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  • William C. Ensor Jr., estate manager

    William C. Ensor Jr., estate manager
    William C. Ensor Jr., a retired estate manager and decorated World War II veteran, died Feb. 13 of heart failure at Lorien Mays Chapel. He was 91. The son of farmers, William Clark Ensor Jr. was born in Monkton and later moved with his family to Ruxton,...
  • Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, registered nurse

    Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, registered nurse
    Rosalie A. "Rosie" Fonner, a registered nurse who had worked for several decades in the mother-baby unit at University of Maryland Medical Center, where she relished her role as an advocate, died Feb. 3 of cancer at her Halethorpe home. She was 62....
  • Free tax preparation help at Ellicott City Senior Center [Ellicott City]

    The Ellicott City Senior Center is one of the host sites for senior citizens in need of free tax preparation help. The American Association of Retired Persons and the Internal Revenue Service are currently offering free personal income tax preparation...
  • Voter fraud allegations against Rosen prompt write-in campaigns

    The Maryland Democratic Party this week said it will back a write-in candidate challenging Republican U.S. Rep. Andy Harris in Maryland's 1st Congressional District — which includes much of Carroll County — after voter fraud allegations...
  • Minus both incumbents, congressional candidates field difficult questions at HCC forum

    Congressional candidates for Districts 1 and 2 addressed issues, such as the economy, partisan voting and Social Security during a moderated forum at Harford Community College Thursday night. Some candidates went so far as to take political jabs at the...
  • Southwest takes off with new jet

    Southwest takes off with new jet
    After two years of comfort-testing its new jets on human bodies of all shapes and sizes, Southwest Airlines was ready to let 153 of its most important bodies — paying customers — aboard Wednesday morning at BWI Marshall Airport. The maiden...
  • 10 things to do on the Eastern Shore in winter

    10 things to do on the Eastern Shore in winter
    With its leafless landscape and almost eerie yellow and pink light, the Eastern Shore in winter is wonderfully different from its warm-weather self. This time of year, it is stripped down to its essence — quiet and spare. Summer, with its crowds and...
  • Aberdeen City Council approves resolution to become biggest recipient of nationwide MTBE suit settlement

    Aberdeen City Council approves resolution to become biggest recipient of nationwide MTBE suit settlement
    Aberdeen's city council formally accepted a $3.9 million settlement Monday night from a nationwide lawsuit over gas station chemical emissions, positioning the city to be the biggest recipient among the 21 plaintiffs in the suit. Aberdeen expects to get...
  • Polar Bear plungers raise record amount for charity

    Polar Bear plungers raise record amount for charity
    A man dressed in a head-to-toe Dalmatian suit, complete with fireman's hat and boots. A shirtless middle-aged fellow in swim trunks, with a lime-green fedora on his head, gyrating to the beat of rock music. A dozen young women hula-hooping in the winter...
  • Couple's retreat

    Couple's retreat
    It's not every couple that can take full advantage of a 3,500-square-foot townhouse. "We use every room in this house," said Jennifer Foster of the property, which has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, a brick patio and a courtyard garden...
  • Dream home near Chestertown is a Colonial classic

    Dream home near Chestertown is a Colonial classic
    By all accounts, Frank and Wendy Bunch's farm in Kent County would be an appropriate — and historically correct — setting for any film or documentary on America's Colonial past. One would only need to replace the couple's late-model cars...
  • While the iron is hot: Nick Vincent built a business from his love of blacksmithing

    While the iron is hot: Nick Vincent built a business from his love of blacksmithing
    Master blacksmith Nick Vincent, founder and past president of the Blacksmith Guild of Central Maryland, says he started out modestly 29 years ago — a hammer, an anvil and very little idea of what he was doing. "The first things I ever made I...