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  • I-95 stays busy after Christmas in Harford, accidents reported

    I-95 stays busy after Christmas in Harford, accidents reported
    A brief snow squall Thursday morning dusted Harford County, making the roads slippery, catching some drivers by surprise and leading to a flurry of minor accidents. Meanwhile, I-95 was backed up throughout Harford County for much of the day after...
  • Governments begin Christmas tree disposal, recycling

    Governments begin Christmas tree disposal, recycling
    Sick of the holidays? Santa didn't bring what you wanted? Or maybe you are just looking to spruce up the garden? Send your Christmas tree to the wood chipper. Christmas tree disposal began as early as Thursday and continues into January around the...
  • Bear with me food snobs, Red Lobster is worth saving

    Bear with me food snobs, Red Lobster is worth saving
    I have a confession to make. I kind of love Red Lobster. Yes, I live in the land of the jumbo lump crabcakes and fresh rockfish, but there's something oddly comforting for me about the chain restaurant that my dad took me to as a kid. I'm known for...
  • Holiday shoppers are feeling time-crunched

    Holiday shoppers are feeling time-crunched
    With a shortened holiday season punctuated by weekend winter storms, holiday shoppers in Maryland are feeling the pressure. There are six fewer days this year between Thanksgiving and Christmas than last year. And three Baltimore-area snowfalls in three...
  • Chef raising dough for National Kidney Foundation of Maryland gala

    Chef raising dough for National Kidney Foundation of Maryland gala
    When Ben Simpkins was 16, he was involved in an auto accident that turned out to be more of a lucky break than a tragedy. During an examination that followed, doctors discovered the teenager's kidneys were failing. Without immediate action, Simpkins,...
  • Karla Porter sentenced to life without parole in husband's death

    Karla Porter sentenced to life without parole in husband's death
    A White Marsh woman will spend the rest of her life in prison for hiring a hit man to kill her husband — a man she has insisted subjected her to years of abuse. A judge handed down the sentence Monday after jurors rejected Karla Porter's claim of...
  • Traffic: No unscheduled road closures at 8:42 a.m.

    Traffic: No unscheduled road closures at 8:42 a.m.
    With the clearing of a single-vehicle crash with injury on US 50 West in Parole, state and local transportation departments reported no unscheduled road closures at 8:42 a.m. on Wednesday. The State Highway Administration said that the Baltimore...
  • Traffic: Beltway outer loop near Route 295 reopens

    Traffic: Beltway outer loop near Route 295 reopens
    Baltimore Beltway near Route 295 in Anne Arundel County has reopened after a four-vehicle collision had closed the roadway, according to the state Department of Transportation. The Maryland Transportation Authority said that the Interstate 695 Curtis...
  • Anne Arundel County Digest

    Y facility open The Y of Central Maryland celebrated the opening of the Greater Annapolis Family Center Y with a ribbon cutting Nov. 1 at the center, 1209 Ritchie Hwy., Arnold. Formerly Big Vanilla Athletic Club in Arnold, the facility became the Y of...
  • Snapshot of women on the home front for war-era 'Cover of Life'

    Snapshot of women on the home front for war-era 'Cover of Life'
    Bowie Community Theatre has double cause for celebrating its 47th season — a slate of shows and a new home for rehearsals at the city's Kenhill Center. BCT President John Nunemaker says the new location offers adequate rehearsal and workshop...
  • Remembering JFK cutting the ribbon to open the Northeastern Expressway

    Remembering JFK cutting the ribbon to open the Northeastern Expressway
    My parents were not of the same political persuasion even though they voted in the same primary. Daddy was a Johnson Democrat, and Mother was a Kennedy Democrat. Daddy held his convictions quietly, but not Mother. She organized coffees and got out the...
  • The JFK Highway: 'Essential to the progress of our people'

    The JFK Highway: 'Essential to the progress of our people'
    First of two parts Fifty years ago Thursday, President John F. Kennedy traveled to the Maryland-Delaware state line to celebrate one of the largest transportation accomplishments of the era, one that would have a profound effect on Harford County in the...