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  • John F. Zellers, pressman

    John F. Zellers, a retired pressman and salesman, died July 27 of complications from dementia at his Nottingham home. He was 71. Born in Baltimore and raised in Brooklyn Park, Mr. Zellers was a 1960 graduate of Brooklyn Park High School. From 1960 to...
  • Sun should cover city's violent reality

    Sun should cover city's violent reality
    A letter writer recently claimed that The Sun writes too much on city violence ("Sun focuses too much on city violence," Sept. 4). I am having a hard time trying to determine just what Barb Trautman wants your paper to print. Although it is painful to...
  • Men pull a knife on walkers along Walther Boulevard

    Men pull a knife on walkers along Walther Boulevard
    Baltimore County Police say two men, one of them with a knife, confronted two people as they were walking in the 8500 block of Walther Boulevard in the early hours of Monday, Aug. 5. Nothing was taken. Police said the attempted armed robbery occurred at...
  • Irish hospitality meets American classics at The Harp in Nottingham

    Irish hospitality meets American classics at The Harp in Nottingham
    Historically, the Irish aren't known for their food, but The Harp isn't a typical Irish restaurant. The Nottingham spot — originally The Twisted Harp but under new ownership since 2011 — combines the convivial atmosphere of an Irish pub with...
  • Baltimore's IndyCar boondoggle

    Baltimore's IndyCar boondoggle
    It's high time Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake came clean and admitted what a boondoggle the Baltimore Grand Prix has been ("Grand Prix 2014? Not so fast," Sept. 8). I believe the time is perfectly appropriate to cut ties with this "Grand Spree." Hat...
  • Old neighbors make a surprise visit in Perryville

    What a delightful surprise Roger and I had on Sunday. We had a visit from Janet and Bill Carter. Janet was the daughter of Herbert and Dorothy Sprankle, who lived next door to us for many, many years. Over those years we have become good friends, watching...
  • The Grand Prix was never a good fit for Baltimore

     The Grand Prix was never a good fit for Baltimore
    It seems that when it comes to the doomed Baltimore Grand Prix, there is really no gray area. Baltimoreans either embraced it or abhorred it. I am in the latter category ("Grand Prix of Baltimore canceled through 2015, and likely beyond," Sept. 13). But...
  • College Lines

    WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Washington College in Chestertown has announced its dean's list for the spring 2013 semester. Dean's List students are recognized for their academic excellence and have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the semester....
  • Yard sales planned throughout Port Deposit this weekend

    This is the weekend for yard sales! While I was on my way to Kilby Cream for an ice cream cone last week, I noticed several signs for yard sales scheduled for Saturday, including the annual event at Colony Acres (their rain date is Sunday), Harmony...
  • Zero tolerance for zero tolerance

     Zero tolerance for zero tolerance
    The zero tolerance mentality that many schools have incorporated is just so un-American. The mind-set is rigid, unyielding and is just utterly ridiculous ("Common sense in the classroom," Sept. 3). Our school systems have lost their focus on priorities,...
  • Laurel's Catala wins silver and bronze at wheelchair games

    Laurel's Catala wins silver and bronze at wheelchair games
    Ventura Catala, 53, began competing in archery as a 12-year-old growing up in New York, and he later threw the javelin and shot at high school in Queens. In 1984, Catala suffered a spinal cord injury on a training jump with the 82nd Airborne in the...
  • Courts, not arrests, at heart of crime problem

     Courts, not arrests, at heart of crime problem
    The vitriolic discourse between Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Gov. Martin O'Malley should be directed to the judges and courts ("Don't return to a failed crime-fighting strategy," Sept. 22). The number of arrests don't matter if the courts fail...