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Frederick (Frederick, Maryland)

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  • Edythe E. Evans, dental instructor

    Edythe E. Evans, dental instructor
    Edythe E. Evans, a retired University of Maryland dental clinic instructor who was active in her church, died April 9 of Alzheimer's disease at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. She was 83. The daughter of Ernest Evans, a Baltimore & Ohio...
  • Ashes to Go a means to connect beyond church walls for Timonium cleric

    Ashes to Go a means to connect beyond church walls for Timonium cleric
    With a smudge of ash on his forehead and a friendly smile lighting up his face, the Rev. Kristofer Lindh-Payne will be spending Ash Wednesday greeting morning and evening commuters at the Ridgely Road light rail station. After a hearty "Good morning,"...
  • Strong winds, severe storm threat raise power outage concerns

    Strong winds, severe storm threat raise power outage concerns
    Meteorologists and utility officials cautioned of possible power outages Wednesday night as wind gusts up to 50 mph blow through the region, along with possible thunderstorms and then a burst of cold air. The combination of high winds and saturated soil...
  • House panel approves minimum-wage increase

    House panel approves minimum-wage increase
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed increase in Maryland's minimum wage to $10.10 cleared its first hurdle Monday night as a House committee approved the bill and rejected a proposal to set a different standard for rural areas. The House Economic Matters...
  • Catonsville man with ties to Colonial Maryland dies in 1939

    An article in the March 10, 1939 edition of The Catonsville Herald and Baltimore Countian reported the passing of a well-known resident. Last Sunday, March 5, a memorial service was held in the Catonsville M.E. Church at eleven o'clock for Thomas Hammond...
  • Dems in governor's race see opportunity in undecided voters

    Dems in governor's race see opportunity in undecided voters
    Democrats vying to be governor found reasons for optimism Sunday after a Baltimore Sun poll showed that 40 percent of primary voters had not settled on a candidate. With four months until the June 24 primary election, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown...
  • 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'...
  • Hearings on Md. health exchange woes put off

    The head of the state Senate committee that is leading an inquiry into what went wrong with Maryland's health exchange is planning to turn the probe over to state auditors — who would not release a report until summer at the earliest. Sen. Thomas...
  • Carroll County football games postponed, Dulaney-Loch Raven move

    Carroll County football games postponed, Dulaney-Loch Raven move
    Friday's heavy rain has forced the postponement of all of tonight's football games in Carroll County as well as a change of venue for one Baltimore County game. Three of the four postponed Carroll County games have been rescheduled. Manchester Valley...
  • Family of man with Down syndrome sues theater, sheriff's office

    Family of man with Down syndrome sues theater, sheriff's office
    The parents of a developmentally disabled man who died after being handcuffed at a Frederick County movie theater have sued Regal Cinemas and the county in federal court. The lawsuit filed Thursday also names the county sheriff's office, three...
  • Starting over at Boordy Vineyards

    Starting over at Boordy Vineyards
    Boordy Vineyards, Maryland's oldest and one of its largest wineries, has started over. Transforming the northern Baltimore County winery meant ripping up its grape-growing and winemaking operations literally root and branch, and rebuilding them at a cost...
  • Kittleman proposes repeal of stormwater fee

    Kittleman proposes repeal of stormwater fee
    State senator and Republican candidate for county executive Allan Kittleman has prefiled legislation to repeal Maryland's Watershed Protection and Restoration Program, he announced Monday. "While the goals of the Watershed Protection and Restoration...