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  • Senior briefs

    Arnold Center The following activities will be offered at the Arnold Senior Activity Center, 44 Church Road. Information: 410-222-1922: Scrabble Challenge your brain by playing Scrabble, 12:45 p.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays. New participants are welcome....
  • Route 24 work at state park proceeds slowly

    Route 24 work at state park proceeds slowly
    The contractor working to stabilize part of Route 24 (Rocks Road) in northern Harford County's Rocks State Park is expected to begin the diversion of adjoining Deer Creek this week, so a new retaining wall can be constructed, a State Highway...
  • Bob Timberg's storied life [Commentary]

    In 1970, American blood was being shed on the killing fields of Vietnam. Congress lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. Richard Nixon's Oval Office conversations were being recorded. And in Annapolis, a cub reporter was hired by the Evening Capital. He...
  • Stepping out for artistic pursuits at art walk

    Stepping out for artistic pursuits at art walk
    When Cynthia McBride moved her art gallery to its current location in Annapolis more than two decades ago, she was worried that customers wouldn't be able to find the business. McBride Gallery, which specializes in classical-style paintings, had...
  • Libertarian candidate tackles long-shot bid one voter at a time

    Libertarian candidate tackles long-shot bid one voter at a time
    When you're a Libertarian candidate in Maryland, garnering more than 1 percent of the vote on Election Day counts as a win. But for Shawn Quinn, candidate for governor, nothing short of toppling both the major-party candidates will feel like victory....
  • Towson native finds calling in running industry [Lutherville-Timonium]

    Towson native finds calling in running industry [Lutherville-Timonium]
    On Aug. 9, Timonium residents joined forces with hundreds of local runners for the Charles Street 12 run. The almost half marathon, now in its second year, is the brainchild of Josh Levinson, Towson native and owner of Charm City Run. The run begins at...
  • Regents have open mind in search for next chancellor

    Regents have open mind in search for next chancellor
    In the search for the next leader of the University System of Maryland, stakeholders are looking at a range of candidates, possibly a household name, a well-known CEO, a top government official — someone with star power. Someone like Freeman A....
  • Greenberries' parenting classes make it Howard's favorite consignment shop

    Greenberries' parenting classes make it Howard's favorite consignment shop
    Twin crusades to convert more parents to cloth diapering and to instill confidence in the art of “babywearing” have helped make Greenberries a destination for shoppers from as far away as Annapolis and Gaithersburg. Providing education and...
  • Two entrepreneurs open Jailbreak Brewing Co. in North Laurel

    Two entrepreneurs open Jailbreak Brewing Co. in North Laurel
    Friends Kasey Turner and Justin Bonner had high-powered, top-paying jobs running companies in Howard County for many years, but something was missing. Bonner, the former CEO and managing partner of a government contracting company in Elkridge, said,...
  • Navy's Keenan Reynolds has a chance to do what his mentor didn't: beat Ohio State

    Navy's Keenan Reynolds has a chance to do what his mentor didn't: beat Ohio State
    The first time Keenan Reynolds saw a Navy football game, the Midshipmen were three-touchdown underdogs to sixth-ranked Ohio State in the 2009 season opener. Reynolds was a sophomore at Goodpasture Christian School outside Nashville, Tenn., and was...
  • Maryland schools see influx of immigrants from Central America

    Maryland schools see influx of immigrants from Central America
    With just $40 in his pocket and the killing of two friends fresh in his mind, 13-year-old Leonardo Enrique Navas set off from El Salvador in July and traveled alone for 15 days on buses and taxis until he crossed the border into Texas. Every few days,...
  • More harm than good from crab ban, experts say

    More harm than good from crab ban, experts say
    Angus Phillips, an inveterate Annapolis-area crabber, joined my call for a moratorium on the harvest of blue crabs from the Chesapeake Bay. "The time has come," he wrote in The Washington Post last month, "to stop pussyfooting around and shut down...