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Jacksonville (Duval, Florida)

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  • Sea turtles leave Baltimore after winter rehabilitation

    Sea turtles leave Baltimore after winter rehabilitation
    Three endangered sea turtles that spent the winter in Baltimore departed Saturday evening, joining a caravan of at least 43 others bound for Florida's warm waters and a return to their natural habitat. The three turtles — Chet, Biff and Two-Bit &#...
  • Wedded: Devin Robinson and Joey Rumph Jr.

    Wedded: Devin Robinson and Joey Rumph Jr.
    Wedding day: Oct. 20, 2012 Her story: Devin Robinson, 24, grew up in Baltimore. She is an auditor for Ellin & Tucker, a public accounting and business-consulting firm. Her father, Dwayne Robinson, works in sales for Verizon, and her mother, Bobbie...
  • Congrats to Reba Hause, Nathan McKinsie on their nuptials

    Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Nathan McKinsie on their wedding Saturday at the Barn in Jarrettsville. Mrs. McKinsie is the former Reba Hause, the daughter of Cheryl Whited and the late William Ross Hause. She is also the grand-daughter of Dr....
  • CSX has history of Maryland derailments

    CSX has history of Maryland derailments
    The derailment that killed two young women in Ellicott City Tuesday morning adds one more incident to a long history of CSX trains leaving the tracks in Maryland — from little-remembered events in the company's own railyards to the spectacular...
  • Margaret K. "Maggie" Clark, businesswoman

    Margaret K. "Maggie" Clark, businesswoman
    Margaret K. "Maggie" Clark, a retired businesswoman and former longtime Stoneleigh resident, died Aug. 15 of cancer at Roland Park Place. She was 95. The daughter of a furniture salesman and a homemaker, Margaret Krause was born in Baltimore and raised...
  • CSX coal pier damaged by ship, out of service

    A CSX Corp. coal pier in Baltimore is out of service for the foreseeable future as the railroad assesses the "substantial" damage caused by a ship that hit the structure. The Bayside Coal Pier, on Benhill Avenue in Curtis Bay, was struck Saturday by a...
  • Morton A. Sacks, trial lawyer

    Morton A. Sacks, trial lawyer
    Morton A. Sacks, a retired trial lawyer and former Maryland assistant attorney general, died of heart disease Aug. 29 at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. The Linthicum resident, who lived for 40 years in Bolton Hill, was 74. Born in Baltimore and...
  • City train yard tentatively selected as site of port transfer station

    The state, city and CSX Transportation have tentatively selected the Mount Clare train yard in Southwest Baltimore for a roughly $90 million facility where containerized cargo would be transferred from trucks to trains, a project designed to improve the...
  • Perryville High Class of '72 prepares for reunion

    Perryville High School of 1972 graduation is invited to a reunion. The date is Oct. 20 in Bel Air. For more information, email Linda Land Vest, vestshelton@aol.com An end of summer musical concert will be held on Sunday at 4 p.m. at the Havre de Grace...
  • Baltimore moves up on list of top ports for cruises

    The Port of Baltimore ranks as the fifth-largest port for the number of cruise passengers on the East Coast, according to numbers released recently by the Cruise Lines International Association. The ranking, based on data from 2010 when Baltimore...
  • Anyone on Bay spot a waterspout?

     
    The National Weather Service posted a Special Marine Warning at 3:09 this afternoon advising mariners to watch for a possible waterspout. If you're on the Chesapeake Bay, or on the nearby shores, and you spotted this thing, leave a comment......
  • Atlantic storm pops up on Opening Day

     
    Floridians are looking at an unusual storm system moving onto the peninsula from the Atlantic Ocean today, the first official day of the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season. This weird disturbance actually began as a squall in Michigan. The concentration of...