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  • Havre de Grace Art Show still shines in its 50th year

    Havre de Grace Art Show still shines in its 50th year
    Fifty years after its inception, the Havre de Grace Art Show shows no signs of stopping, and even the cloudy skies and occasional raindrops didn't keep people away on the final day Sunday. Tydings Park in Havre de Grace was again filled with jewelry,...
  • With Target Sighted, Campitelli optimistic for Maryland Million Turf

    With Target Sighted, Campitelli optimistic for Maryland Million Turf
    What do you call a horse who stops and sights his target — the racetrack — before a workout? Target Sighted, of course. And to exercise rider Molly Moran, who arrives early to wait with the horse for the Laurel Park track to open for training...
  • U.S. intervention in Syria unjustified

    U.S. intervention in Syria unjustified
    President Barack Obama is making the hard sell for intervention in Syria ("Obama faces 2-front threat," Sept. 9). He alludes vaguely to numerous bad things that will happen if the U.S. does not intervene. He ignores the bad effects likely to ensue...
  • College students from Laurel graduate and make dean's list

    Erin Miranda Snyder, of Laurel, graduated with a Master of Science in packaging science from Clemson University, in Clemson, S.C. The following students from Laurel were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Washington College, in...
  • Memories of the financial crisis, five years later

    Memories of the financial crisis, five years later
    The excited voices on CNBC radio riveted financial adviser John Bacci's attention as he drove to Chestertown five years ago for a routine client visit. The stock market was in freefall that Sept. 29 after Congress rejected a $700 billion rescue of the...
  • 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....
  • Terrence W. "Terry" Armstrong, mechanic

    Terrence W. "Terry" Armstrong, a marine mechanic and outdoorsman, was killed Saturday after being struck by a motorist near Chestertown. He was 50. "Terry was riding his bike and was hit from behind by the driver of an SUV. He was thrown from the bike...
  • Harford's triathletes endure, enjoy busy 2013 season

    For Harford County triathletes, the 2013 racing season has been busy, challenging and rewarding. Mike Kemen of Bel Air describes his recent triathlon as "the best experience ever." It was his first race at the full Ironman distance, the Coeur D'Alene...
  • Zimmerman's acquittal a travesty of justice

    Zimmerman's acquittal a travesty of justice
    George Zimmerman's acquittal was unjustified as self-defense ("Martin verdict protests continue," July 17). In Mr. Zimmerman's 911 call about Trayvon Martin, the dispatcher told him to stay in his car while police sped to the scene. He ignored this...
  • Shirley D. Patterson, chemist

    Shirley D. Patterson, chemist
    Shirley D. Patterson, a retired chemist who taught at what is now Community College of Baltimore County at Essex, died July 15 of heart failure at her Chattanooga, Tenn., home. She was 68. The daughter of an educator and a homemaker, Shirley Dale...
  • Louis Goldstein's lessons of leadership

    "How can a man who collects taxes," Gov. William Donald Schaefer asked at Louis L. Goldstein's 81sth birthday party in 1994, "be so popular?" That is perhaps the greatest achievement of this great Marylander, who was born 100 years ago, and who died 15...
  • 150 years ago, Meade planned to fight Lee in Carroll County, not Gettysburg

    If Union Gen. George Gordon Meade had had his way, the battle that changed the course of the Civil War would have taken place on Maryland soil. A fight in a Pennsylvania crossroads town called Gettysburg wasn't in his plans for July 1, 1863. Nor was the...