| Mar 27, 2012
| 3:00 AM
The American soldier accused of massacring 17 people in a solo rampage on a remote southern Afghanistan village faces multiple charges of murder and attempted murder. Whisked out of the country by the Army, he is now being held at Fort Leavenworth, Kan....
| Mar 28, 2012
| 3:34 PM
William N. Jackson, a decorated World War II veteran and retired Internal Revenue Service group supervisor who assisted in the criminal investigation of 1970s political corruption cases, died at Sinai Hospital on Sunday after falling at his home. He was...
| Mar 29, 2012
| 8:15 AM
Between 2006 and 2011, during the worst economic period since World War II for design and construction firms, my company has quadrupled in size. We have hired both professional and semi-skilled workers. The reason for that is we have focused our work on...
| Apr 1, 2012
| 5:30 PM
Clarence Cromwell Boyle Sr., a Harford County automobile dealership owner who served in World War II, died of heart disease at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center on March 27. He was 85 and lived in Bel Air.
Born at home on his family's farm in the Level...
| Mar 29, 2012
| 12:19 PM
Sisto Joseph Averno Sr., a guard who played on the Baltimore Colts in the 1950s and went on to sell Chevrolets for 57 years, died of complications from Parkinson's disease Monday at Northwest Hospital. He was 86 and lived in Pikesville.
Born in Paterson,...
| Mar 31, 2012
| 8:00 AM
I find it very hard to believe the hatred of Sgt. Robert Bales in William Smith's recent letter ("Don't pity Sgt. Bales," March 29).
Yes, the killing of innocent men, women and children was wrong, and my prayers go out to them. But what about the...
| Apr 2, 2012
| 2:34 PM
Edward O. "Ned" Thomas, a retired District Court and Circuit Court judge for Worcester County who was a Baltimore native, died of congestive heart failure March 20 at his home at Buckingham's Choice in Adamstown. He was 94.
Raised on Englewood Road in...
| Apr 14, 2012
| 12:31 PM
Baltimore's Afro-American newspaper has a rich photo archive — 1.5 million images dating from the Depression, World War II and the civil rights era up to today.
But one of the nation's oldest African-American newspapers didn't have the hundreds...
| Apr 3, 2012
| 2:52 PM
William Brooke Tunstall, a retired AT&T executive who captained two championship Johns Hopkins lacrosse teams, died of a stroke March 30 at his Summit, N.J., home. He was 90 and had lived in Towson.
Born in Norfolk, Va., and raised in Baltimore's Mount...
| Apr 5, 2012
| 6:45 AM
It certainly is a hardship for American employers to provide health insurance to their employees. But what Columnist Robert Ehrlich ("A death-knell for employer-funded insurance," April 1) seems not to realize is that the cost of insurance makes...
| Oct 3, 2012
| 4:09 PM
William E. "Ned" Eakle, former Howard County executive and county administrator, died Tuesday of heart failure at Gilchrist Hospice in Columbia.
The former West Friendship resident was 86.
"We lost a part of our Howard County family — a great...
| May 17, 2012
| 3:40 PM
As many eyes in the sports world focus on Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore Saturday for the 139th running of the Preakness Stakes, it's comforting to know Harford County still has a place in horse racing.
Bel Air's Country Life Farm, as Dewey Fox...