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  • Hundreds show up for 'House of Cards' casting call in Bel Air

    Hundreds show up for 'House of Cards' casting call in Bel Air
    They came by the hundreds – actually upward of 2,000 – from near and far, hoping to get their few seconds of fame on the small screen. The "House of Cards" open casting call for extras needed in Season III of the Netflix TV political thriller...
  • In Maryland attorney general's race, look past name

    In Maryland attorney general's race, look past name
    When you think about it, name recognition in business and politics is really a double-edged sword. If the name is golden, or even brass-plated, it can open doors and take you places. But a widely recognized name can also cause people to question you...
  • Eating, shucking and loving the Chesapeake oyster

    Eating, shucking and loving the Chesapeake oyster
    Second of two parts; read first article here. Brian McComas can't quite remember the first oyster he ever ate, but he guesses that before swallowing the slippery seafood, he was "a bit apprehensive." McComas, who with wife Jennifer owns the Ryleigh'...
  • Navy veteran accused of stealing from files of famed historian grandfather

    Navy veteran accused of stealing from files of famed historian grandfather
    A grandson of the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Samuel Eliot Morison has been charged with stealing nearly three boxes of documents that his grandfather used to write a 15-volume history of World War II commissioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt....
  • Alcohol is just another drug [Letter]

    Alcohol is just another drug [Letter]
    We noted an important connection between two separate articles that appeared in the June 4 issue of The Sun. In the article regarding hazing among Towson University cheerleaders ("Towson U. hazing details released"), we read that according to...
  • Fact checking the debate [Editorial]

    For today's edition of the Maryland Democratic gubernatorial debate fact-check, we'll focus on a recurring point of contention between Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, and on the one aspect of Del. Heather Mizeur's...
  • Molly O. Molter, boat decorator

    Molly O. Molter, boat decorator
    Molly O. Molter, the last surviving member of the family that owned Owens Yacht Co., who was known as "The Lady Boat Builder," died May 2 of respiratory failure at Genesis Eldercare Spa Creek Center in Annapolis. She was 104. The daughter of Charles C....
  • Alleged brothel operator not guilty in 2008 Annapolis killing

    Alleged brothel operator not guilty in 2008 Annapolis killing
    An Anne Arundel County jury has found an alleged brothel operator not guilty in the 2008 death of a man who prosecutors said was a rival in the Annapolis prostitution business. On Friday, Kerlin Fuentes, 26, was found not guilty of first-degree and...
  • Candidates line up for six Harford school board seats to be filled by voters

    Candidates line up for six Harford school board seats to be filled by voters
    Six seats on the Harford County Board of Education will be filled in this year's election, the first time that's happened since state legislation passed five years ago setting up a board with six elected and three appointed members. One board member...
  • 'Sloppy' Bayhawks look to clean up problems all over the field

     'Sloppy' Bayhawks look to clean up problems all over the field
    Through three games this season, the Chesapeake Bayhawks are tied for last in Major League Lacrosse in goals scored with 27 and rank second-to-last in goals allowed with 37. It should come as no surprise, then, that the two-time defending champions...
  • Pasadena man charged in death of woman at medical office

    Pasadena man charged in death of woman at medical office
    Anne Arundel County Police have charged a Pasadena man in the stabbing death of a female cleaning worker whose body was found Monday morning in a Glen Burnie medical office building, saying the two were involved in the illegal drug trade. An employee...
  • Rain shifts Black-Eyed Susan races, closes roads around region

    Rain shifts Black-Eyed Susan races, closes roads around region
    Nearly 2 inches of rain fell across the region Thursday night into Friday morning, canceling some races at Pimlico Race Course, closing roads and disrupting rail travel. At Pimlico, all six turf races scheduled for Black-Eyed Susan Day were moved to...