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  • Memories of the financial crisis, five years later

    Memories of the financial crisis, five years later
    The excited voices on CNBC radio riveted financial adviser John Bacci's attention as he drove to Chestertown five years ago for a routine client visit. The stock market was in freefall that Sept. 29 after Congress rejected a $700 billion rescue of the...
  • Open house is a chance to get outside with the kids [Clarksville]

    Are you enjoying crisp fall days? Cooler weather usually makes us want to get out and absorb sunshine and activities with family, friends and neighbors. There are always plenty of opportunities to do that in October. An open house presented by the...
  • Shutdown not a star-spangled moment

     Shutdown not a star-spangled moment
    It is a sad day ("The unproductive shutdown," Oct. 1). Congratulations to our elected government officials. They have accomplished what the British could not do: They shut down Fort McHenry. H.J. McCormick, Linthicum
  • Traffic: Accident with injury closes MD 26 in Eldersburg

    Traffic: Accident with injury closes MD 26 in Eldersburg
    All lanes are closed on MD 26 in Eldersburg due to a four-vehicle collision with injury at Old Liberty Road at 8:57 a.m. on Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT also reported a two-vehicle collision in Howard County on MD...
  • How we work out: Jazzercise in Glen Burnie

    How we work out: Jazzercise in Glen Burnie
    Most workouts are built on the concept of getting fit, but they often lack a certain edge that distinguishes them from other routines. Jazzercise — a mixture of dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga and kickboxing — combines exercising...
  • Dream home: Renovated home gathers family to the farm

    Dream home: Renovated home gathers family to the farm
    When hearth and home — together with a growing family and an onsite family business — are at the center of day-to-day living, a small and dated one-story farmhouse in Ellicott City begins to burst at the seams. To keep their extended family...
  • Annapolis public housing community to get a makeover

    Annapolis public housing community to get a makeover
    The Newtowne 20 public housing community in Annapolis is about to get a new life. The Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis has started the process to renovate or rebuild the aging 78-unit complex at the end of a dead-end street off Forest Drive....
  • Edward H. Hooper, engineer

    Edward H. Hooper, a retired electrical engineer and model railroader, died July 8 from Parkinson's disease at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 81. Edward Harley Hooper was born in Massena, N.Y., and raised in Muscle Shoals, Ala., where he graduated in 1949...
  • Towson's search for new athletic director could be complete by mid-August

    Towson's search for new athletic director could be complete by mid-August
    Donald C. Fry, head of the group leading the search for Towson's next athletic director, said Thursday he hopes to have a new leader for the Tigers in place by the middle of August. "We're going through resumes now, so we're not in the final interview...
  • Anne Arundel County volunteer briefs

    Emergency preparedness The Annapolis Office of Emergency Preparedness and Risk Management will conduct its annual Citywide Emergency Preparedness Exercise from 9 a.m.. to 2 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center, 273 Hilltop Lane. Volunteers...
  • O'Malley says state has 'moral obligation' to avert climate change

    O'Malley says state has 'moral obligation' to avert climate change
    Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that Maryland will not meet its ambitious goal to cut greenhouse gases unless the state adopts more aggressive measures he is proposing. The governor — who said the state has a "moral obligation" to avert...
  • Judge hears plea to reinstate Arundel councilman ousted after tax charges

    Judge hears plea to reinstate Arundel councilman ousted after tax charges
    The attorney for ousted Anne Arundel County Councilman Daryl D. Jones said Monday her client made a mistake in failing to file tax returns for several years, but she said that after serving his time, Jones is "fit to be a lawyer and he is fit to be a...