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Thousands run for their lives Saturday in Darlington; hurricane threat cancels Sunday's Zombie eventsRunning in a 5K race can be challenging and tiring. Imagine running over, under and through a dozen obstacles, many involving mud and water on a hilly course and, oh yes, with hordes of the undead chasing you. Sounds like a lot of fun, huh? An estimated...
A Baltimore County woman had about $340,000 in student loan debt discharged by a federal bankruptcy judge this month because Asperger's syndrome prevents her from holding a job. Carol Todd of Nottingham pursued college degrees "as a stepping stone toward...
Maryland has been my home all my life. That is why it is so troubling to see neighbors battle against neighbors over Question 6, the referendum to legalize gay marriage ("Same-sex unions: What would Jesus do?" Oct. 25). As a person who believes deeply in...
Tags: Harford County, Same-Sex Marriage
An open letter to Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts: Welcome to the historic and proud City of Baltimore. Some years ago, some wizard jokingly referred to Baltimore as "The City That Bleeds" (a take on the decades-old handle "The City That...
Tags: Anthony W. Batts
The article entitled "Outside money cements place on Capitol Hill" (Oct. 21) really disgusted me. I realize that the Supreme Court opened the floodgates for corporations supporting candidates and that is a separate issue, but the net concept is the same....
Henry Li was a hesitant Obama supporter when he opened his front door last weekend in Northern Virginia. By the time he closed it, he had committed to vote for the president. In the intervening three minutes, he spoke with Josh Friedman, a 33-year-old...
I turned on my TV to watch the second scheduled presidential debate and instead saw an old-fashioned street brawl break out ("Obama takes an aggressive stand," Oct. 17). Both participants were an embarrassment. The so-called debate convinced me that the...
Tags: Mitt Romney
Sometimes, a typical sports bar can turn into too much of a party scene to truly enjoy a football game. The raucous atmosphere can distract more than entertain: Swamped bartenders and overzealous (or too tipsy) fans spilling beer can dampen even a...
I'm sorry, but I found nothing remotely amusing or cute about the article on dogs in Halloween costumes in the Sunrise section of your paper ("Dressed up to the canines," Oct. 15). I am not a hell-bent animal rights activist, but the photographs of small...
Dan Rodricks' column on the Maryland Dream Act not only showed his obvious attempt to give tax dollars to illegal immigrants but his willingness to use veterans to do it ("Maryland Dream Act benefits veterans," Oct. 11). He correctly notes that "few...
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Anthony Laquinn Pritchett, 43, of the 1400 block of Perrywood Drive, was charged Tuesday with third-degree burglary, second-degree assault, robbery and theft less than $1,000....
Members of Boy Scout Troop 143 worked hard Saturday morning at the VFW Post 8185 and their efforts were certainly noticed by VFW members and personnel. The scouts cleared overhanging tree limbs and excessive brush, weeds and debris along the railroad...
Tags: Port Deposit, Veterans Day
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