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Sun StaffTrying to reassure postal workers and an anxious public, the postmaster general moved to shore up the U.S. postal system against biological attack -- even suggesting that people should wash their hands after touching their mail. "We're telling people...
Sun StaffAll five of them were doing the most ordinary things before a gunman ended their lives, one at a time, over 16 hours. James Martin was in a grocery store parking lot on his way home from work. Sonny Buchanan was mowing the lawn outside a car dealership....
Sun StaffNever mind that one is quintessential New York and the other pure Arbutus. Yesterday, standing on stage in the middle of a Gaithersburg fairground, they were two-of-a-kind -- at least according to former Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani. At an afternoon rally...
Sun StaffWhen the National Weather Service issued a "special marine warning" at 4:05 p.m. Saturday urging boats to seek shelter, the alert came too late for a Baltimore harbor water taxi. A fierce gust had capsized it about 5 minutes earlier, dumping its 25...
Sun StaffFAIRFAX, Va. - Defense lawyers for teen-age sniper suspect Lee Boyd Malvo argued yesterday that his capital murder trial should be moved out of this Washington suburb, maintaining that potential jurors in Fairfax County were tainted by news reports and by...
Sun StaffWith further havoc expected today, Hurricane Isabel delivered its promised punch last night, lashing Maryland with high winds and heavy rain that caused flooding across the state and knocked out power for hundreds of thousands. The storm claimed one...
SunSpot StaffAdelman, Kristen (Columbia) Ale, Chelsea (Silver Spring) Best, Brandon (Mitchellville) Boggs, Bradley (Baltimore) Bond, James (Baltimore) Bou, Verick (Gaithersburg) Boyer, DeWayne (Silver Spring) Brewer, Margaret (Silver Spring) Brigham, Elizabeth...
Sun StaffGREENBELT -- Advocates and opponents of a proposed highway linking Montgomery and Prince George's counties clashed last night at the first of four hearings on the project, with supporters praising it as a job-creating antidote to gridlock and foes...
Sun StaffIn Maryland and around the country, Sept. 11 will be a day of mournful choral music and memorial walks, of church bells and flag-raising, of button wearing and volunteering, of both pausing and going on. As the first anniversary of one of the most...
SunSpot staff and wire reportsMontgomery County Police Chief Charles A. Moose, head of the task force investigating the Washington-area sniper, has attempted to respond to the person who left a message and a phone number at the scene of a shooting Saturday night at a Ponderosa...
Sun StaffSupport for legalized slot machines has reached a new high in Maryland, with 56 percent of voters saying they favor expanded gambling to help deal with the state's budget shortfall, a new poll for The Sun shows. The push for slots, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich...
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