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World War I (1914-1918)

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  • Cub Scouts place flags in Bel Air cemetery for Veterans Day

    Cub Scouts place flags in Bel Air cemetery for Veterans Day
    The members of Cub Scout Pack 238 arrived at the Bel Air Memorial Gardens Sunday morning, prepared to honor the veterans buried in the cemetery, but a living veteran honored their efforts as well. Chris MacLarion, a resident of Belcamp who served in the...
  • For some veterans, underage enlistment is point of pride

    For some veterans, underage enlistment is point of pride
    Allan Stover wasn't even in high school when he enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1953. Despite his doctored birth certificate, he believes commanders could tell he was too young to enlist. Stover never admitted it — though he came close when a drill...
  • Commemorating Veterans Day in Towson

    Commemorating Veterans Day in Towson
    Veterans from World War II and all wars to present as well as family members and officials gathered around the Wayside Cross in downtown Towson on a chilly Nov. 11 to commemorate Veterans Day on Monday. Towson American Legion Post No. 22 Commander Ken...
  • Baltimore Symphony presents affecting performance of Britten's 'War Requiem'

    Baltimore Symphony presents affecting performance of Britten's 'War Requiem'
    The Baltimore Symphony has presented an epic work every few seasons since Marin Alsop started her tenure as music director in 2007, works that seem to bring out the best in her and the orchestra. Such was the case with Leonard Bernstein's "Mass" and...
  • Army command honored for hiring workers with disabilities

    Bob DiMichele's left leg has been paralyzed since he was 2 years old. But he says it hasn't held him back from a three-decade career as a civilian in the Defense Department. The public affairs officer for the Army's Communications-Electronics Command,...
  • Defense employees frustrated by furloughs

    Defense employees frustrated by furloughs
    Mary Theresa Nipwoda, a lab technician at Aberdeen Proving Ground, did what she could to prepare for the 20 percent pay cut she knew was coming this week. The Harford County woman, who earns about $67,000 annually, switched her prescription...
  • Trayvon and Brandon: Why does society care about one black death but not thousands of others?

    Trayvon and Brandon: Why does society care about one black death but not thousands of others?
    The George Zimmerman verdict continues to reverberate across the nation, and the nation is coming to terms with the purported notion that we live in post-racial society. I didn't know Trayvon Martin. But nearly a month after the Florida teen was killed,...
  • The sequester gives Obama one more chance to blow it

    The sequester gives Obama one more chance to blow it
    In President Barack Obama's running argument with the Republicans in Congress over who's responsible for the legislative stalemate on Capitol Hill, he suffers self-inflicted wounds by continuing to run up the same white flag that undermined his own...
  • Newsmakers: Reisterstown man expert on National Geographic documentary

    Newsmakers: Reisterstown man expert on National Geographic documentary
    Reisterstown resident Marvin W. Barrash, author of the book, "U.S.S. Cyclops," about the disappearance of the fuel ship, the U.S.S. Cyclops in the area that is known as the Bermuda Triangle during World War I, was filmed July 24 as an expert on the...
  • When Shakespeare meets steampunk, hilarity ensues

    When Shakespeare meets steampunk, hilarity ensues
    It was evident from watching Annapolis Shakespeare Company's director and cast members rehearse Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors" that this young company is making astonishing strides — not small steps, but artful leaps. It was also clear that...
  • All of Howard County is a stage in new theater season

    All of Howard County is a stage in new theater season
    If you're not quite ready to head indoors for the fall, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has just the show for you. Think of it as a way to partake of an early offering in the new theater season in Howard County while watching that show under the stars....
  • 100 years ago: Woodrow Wilson nominated at DNC in Baltimore

    100 Years Ago Candidates in Baltimore From the Times political news: "Wednesday last at Sea Girt, N.J., Hon. Woodrow Wilson, the present governor of New Jersey, was notified of his nomination by the recent Democratic National Convention held in...