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  • Curfew centers are no substitute for good parenting [Letter]

    Curfew centers are no substitute for good parenting [Letter]
    While it sounds encouraging on paper, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's plan to open youth curfew centers in Baltimore represents a misplaced priority ("Mayor proposes year-round curfew centers," Feb. 10). Once again, the onus is on Big Brother, not...
  • Social Security to expedite veteran disability claims

    Social Security to expedite veteran disability claims
    The Social Security Administration plans to streamline its review of disability claims for veterans starting next month, shaving weeks off the process by which it determines benefits, officials are set to announce Wednesday. The Woodlawn-based agency...
  • Preston's scathing assessment of Ray Rice is unwarranted [Letter]

    Preston's scathing assessment of Ray Rice is unwarranted [Letter]
    Who slipped the "flawed Ray Rice" pills to Sun sports writer Mike Preston ("The fall has come quickly for Rice," Feb. 17)? Mr. Rice and his fiance were apparently involved in a situation at a casino where slaps were traded, but the couple left the...
  • For safety's sake, U.S. should pull out of Sochi Olympics [Letter]

    For safety's sake, U.S. should pull out of Sochi Olympics [Letter]
    I believe the timing is right. Critical decisions should be made to keep our Olympic athletes and coaches at home. The environment is simply too volatile to send our athletes and coaches to Sochi. Russian President Vladimir Putin is bound and determined...
  • Edward L. Funk, investment broker

    Edward L. Funk, investment broker
    Edward Lewis Funk III, a retired investment broker active in Masonic circles as well as in his church, died of heart disease Sunday at his Owings Mills home. He was 70. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Edward Lewis Funk Jr., an office manager, and...
  • Please sell the O's, Mr. Angelos [Letter]

    Please sell the O's, Mr. Angelos [Letter]
    I have become disenchanted with the sportswriters at The Sun, namely the ones who cover the Orioles. Whether it be from intimidation or any other alibi, they are afraid to lash out at the Orioles' majority owner, Peter Angelos. Does anyone in their...
  • Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister

    Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister
    The Rev. William W. Trumbore, a retired Episcopal minister who enjoyed working with young people, died Monday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 81. The son of Clarke Trumbore, an Episcopal minister, and...
  • Make recycling a daily ritual [Letter]

    Make recycling a daily ritual [Letter]
    It's high time for all to get involved with recycling agendas. I live in a condominium in northeast Baltimore County where, on every street, there are dumpsters, clearly denoted for either garbage or recycling. They are strategically placed throughout the...
  • Gansler PartyGate is blown way out of proportion [Letter]

    Gansler PartyGate is blown way out of proportion [Letter]
    I must take exception to a letter from attorney Susan L. Burke Tuesday's Sun ("Gansler's comments reflect 'boys will be boys' culture," Nov. 12). She questions the inherent character of Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler in reference to the (now...
  • Mall shooting shows cost of America's obsession with guns [Letter]

    Mall shooting shows cost of America's obsession with guns [Letter]
    Our nation is carving its niche history with its firearms, and as citizens our lives are evolving into a state of constant vigilance ("No answers in Columbia mall shooting motive," Jan. 26). We can no longer go to the movies, the mall or to the fast-...
  • Port Deposit honors fallen fire policeman, Davey Barr

    We pray that the folks here in southwestern Cecil County never have to bury another public servant killed in the line of duty. The outpouring of love and respect knew no bounds as countless "men in blue" said good-bye to one of their own over the...
  • Golden years grow dimmer as workers labor longer

    Golden years grow dimmer as workers labor longer
    Before the recession, Madie Green's home daycare was normally full. As parents lost their jobs and pulled kids out, the 55-year-old District Heights woman spent through her savings to keep up on her mortgage and auto payments. Her business still hasn'...