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  • Sisters, 4 and 7, die in four-alarm Cumberland house fire

    A four-alarm house fire early Friday in Cumberland has claimed the lives of two young sisters, according to an afternoon statement from the Maryland State Fire Marshal. Paige M. Ford, 7, was rescued through a window on the second story of the row house....
  • Cumberland man to serve 10 years for running child porn site

    A Cumberland man was sentenced in federal court Wednesday to 10 years in prison, followed by 10 years of supervised release for his part in running a child pornography website, prosecutors said. George Sell, 70, pleaded guilty in November to conspiring...
  • Concert news: Alison Krauss, Young Jeezy, Jordan Knight, Mastodon, Slaughterhouse, Jiffy Lube Live's country megaticket

    Concert news: Alison Krauss, Young Jeezy, Jordan Knight, Mastodon, Slaughterhouse, Jiffy Lube Live's country megaticket
    Because of the success of the Backstreet Boys-New Kids on the Block double tour, some of the members are now going on tour on their own. Thanks everyone who paid for that!Nick Carter is at Rams Head Live Friday, and his 80s counterpart Jordan Knightwill...
  • Carroll should continue as partner with Frederick in waste-to-energy facility

    Carroll should continue as partner with Frederick in waste-to-energy facility Carroll County is approaching decision time on whether it will remain a partner with Frederick County in building a waste-to-energy facility in Frederick County that would...
  • The Seven Wonders of Maryland

    There are wonderful things to see and learn about everywhere you turn in Maryland. From Antietam National Battlefield to the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse. From the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the Appalachian Trail.Even the Patterson Park Pagoda is...
  • Electronic bingo backed by strong lobbying push

    Electronic gambling machines - devices that resemble slots - have been proliferating in rural Maryland counties recently, in part because of a concerted lobbying effort by their manufacturer. Officials in one municipality, afraid that they could be...
  • Mild temperatures, heavy rain, threaten flooding

     
    You knew this couldn't last. We've had three days in a row, now, with highs in the 60s. That hasn't happened here since last Nov. 8-10. But sunny days in the 60s will give way this weekend to four days......
  • Doctors in short supply in rural Maryland

    Doctors in short supply in rural Maryland
    When his longtime physician retired, Southern Maryland lawmaker Thomas "Mac" Middleton faced a predicament: The senator needed a new doctor but couldn't find one who was taking new patients. "I had to go through three different doctor groups before...
  • Prisoner tally set to boost city data

    For more than two decades, Rico Marzano called prison cells in Jessup and Cumberland his home. But this year, the convicted murderer serving four consecutive life sentences will be recorded as a Baltimore resident, even though he won't step foot in his...
  • Anthrax risk is seen as 'extraordinarily low'

    Most Marylanders have little, if any, chance of being exposed to anthrax, state and private health officials said yesterday. In a briefing for the House Environmental Matters Committee, Dr. Sue Bailey, a Persian Gulf war veteran and former assistant...
  • Contraband floods Md. prisons

    A black market bazaar of heroin, marijuana, pornographic videos, tobacco, cell phones and top-shelf liquor is routinely being smuggled past security checkpoints and into Maryland's troubled prisons, an investigation by The Sun has found. Periodic cell...
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