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  • AACC students run makeshift restaurants

    AACC students run makeshift restaurants
    Anne Arundel Community College culinary arts student Lynn Brown said that while growing up in Washington, he would watch his mother prepare dishes that she ultimately taught him to cook. Then one day, he said, his mother virtually stopped cooking, all...
  • SATURDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS

    SATURDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || NASCAR || Nationwide Ford 300: Qualifying || SPEED1 || || Sprint Cup Ford 400: Qualifying || SPEED2:30 || || Nationwide Ford 300 || ESPN24:30 || || Sprint Cup Ford 400: Qualifying (T) || SPEED8...
  • Karen M. Liss Levin, engineer

    Karen M. Liss Levin, engineer
    Karen M. Liss Levin, a senior engineer for United Parcel Service who enjoyed playing the piano, died of cancer July 3 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The longtime Timonium resident was 54. Born and raised in Norwich, N.Y., Ms. Levin was a 1976...
  • Try these great Mid-Atlantic beachers

    It's summer. It's beach season. But where to go for the sun and the sand? Whether you're a newbie in the area or a longtime resident in search of fresh ideas, have a look at the itineraries we've pulled together for various types of beachgoers. Then...
  • Planning For Future Of Dodd Stadium, Now 20 Years Old

    Planning For Future Of Dodd Stadium, Now 20 Years Old
    NORWICH — The 20th anniversary of the Thomas J. Dodd Memorial Stadium is a good time to start planning for the next 20 years by investing in capital improvements and marketing, says Glenn Carberry, who launched the idea of bringing minor league...
  • Yorkshire Sculpture Park gets British art prize

    LONDON (Reuters) - An outdoor museum in the English county of Yorkshire that features works by Chinese dissident artist Ai Wei Wei, Henry Moore and other noted sculptors won a 100,000-pound ($170,200) prize on Wednesday as The Art Fund's Museum of the...
  • Sinking holes for cancer

    HANOVER- The Hanover Congregational Church is hosting Sinking Holes For Cancer, a miniature golf tournament benefiting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and The Jimmy Fund. The event will be held at Odetah Camping Resort 38 Bozrah St. Ext. on Sunday July...
  • Survivors pay tribute to life-saving tree

    A man and his grandson, both named Anthony, stood in the shade of a tall, stately sugar maple at the edge of a vacant lot near Franklin Square. With one hand on the 6-year-old boy's shoulder, the man pointed up to the lofty branches where he found...
  • Local farmers' markets up and running for summer

    As gardens around the area begin to yield their bounty, local communities are ushering in the farmers' market season. The weekly markets are a win-win situation: small-scale local growers have a chance to sell their wares and keep their lands in...
  • LAPD cadet program aims to give teens, communities a brighter future

    LAPD cadet program aims to give teens, communities a brighter future
    Let's say you were to approach a teenager in greater Los Angeles and offer this deal: How would you like to give up your Saturdays for the next 18 weeks, agree to do as you're told without exception, attempt one physical and mental challenge after...
  • Bottom Of The Order: Low Pay, Few Amenities For Minor Leaguers

     Bottom Of The Order: Low Pay, Few Amenities For Minor Leaguers
    In the summer of 2006, Garrett Broshuis and three friends shared an apartment just outside of Norwich. The minor league baseball players, members of the Double A Connecticut Defenders, had set up a makeshift dining room table with two sawhorses and a...
  • On The Fly: A Learning Experience For Shabazz

    Shabazz Napier went in with his eyes open, saying last week in Miami that moving up each level of basketball would be "tougher and tougher." The NBA summer league, which started up Saturday, is about learning the ropes, and Napier's first game was a...