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A head-on collision early Saturday morning on Route 50 in Anne Arundel County sent two men to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, according to police. Ryan Christopher John, 24, of Greenbelt, was driving a 2007 blue Honda Civic east in the...
Maryland WeatherGrab your juleps. There are more showers and storms headed this way on Wednesday, and then we're going to be back on the griddle for Friday and Saturday, with more oppressive humidity, and high temperatures once again threatening the 100-degree mark....
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Find out about historic and scenic sites, as well as programs, fees and directions to Maryland's national parks, monuments and recreation areas: ANTIETAM NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD AND CEMETERY // P.O. Box 158, Sharpsburg 21782 301-432-5124; nps.gov/anti...
Traffic backed up on the Capital Beltway starting about 3 a.m. Washington subway riders were packed together like Tokyo commuters. Lines at some stations forced would-be riders to wait for hours amid the crowds seeking to return home after witnessing...
Sun reporterSecond of three parts Maryland's official Web site on physicians shows no malpractice claims history for Dr. Willie C. Blair, a Greenbelt surgeon. But that picture is incomplete. An Internet site run by the medical board in Virginia, where Blair also...
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 National StaffWASHINGTON - The money came from Afghanistan. The plot was likely hatched in Germany. And the 19 young men who carried out the catastrophic suicide attacks acted largely alone inside the United States, leaving behind few co-conspirators. One month, 655...
Special To The SunDuring the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized building in Greenbelt one of the first of three planned communities, hoping to create towns that were better connected both socially and economically. The towns were designed to...
Sun StaffArriving in buses and carrying light sticks to pierce the dark, thousands of teachers, parents and students marched to the State House last night to implore politicians to honor a commitment to a $1.3 billion-a-year schools funding plan despite tight...
Baltimoresun.com StaffCrime statistics Annapolis daily police activity report Anne Arundel County crime trends Baltimore City crime mapping
Special To The SunAmid the tumults of 2001, this region's authors and publishers have stayed by their keyboards and their cash-flow charts, producing new books for the general reader. Here, accordingly, is the annual try at a census of such works, by Marylanders or about...
Sun StaffGREENBELT - Federal prosecutors rolled out detailed charges yesterday that could bring the death penalty for the 41-year-old Army veteran suspected in the Washington-area sniper slayings, as U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft called the attacks...
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