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  • Governor opens home for the holidays; cookies steal the show

    Governor opens home for the holidays; cookies steal the show
    The cookies could not be resisted. Boy Scouts grabbed fistfuls. One girl took four and then came back for more. An officer from the Department of General Services filled up plastic bag for her co-workers. Any time a cookie tray appeared light on treats,...
  • The Rev. E. Joseph Cote

    The Rev. E. Joseph Cote
    The Rev. Earl Joseph John Cote, the retired pastor of a Pikesville Roman Catholic church, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 27 at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was stricken while driving on Putty Hill Road as he headed to say daily Mass for the School Sisters...
  • Anne Arundel teacher learns to fly to help students soar

    Anne Arundel teacher learns to fly to help students soar
    South River High School teacher Rob Rice could have taught his aeronautics class without ever leaving the ground. Instead, he's bolstering his teaching skills by soaring over the Bay Bridge in a two-seat propeller plane, learning to become a pilot....
  • Frank A. Mucha, businessman

    Frank A. Mucha, businessman
    Frank A. Mucha, an accountant who served as the first chief of the city Department of Finance's Bureau of Accounting Operations, died Jan. 6 from complications of pancreatic cancer at his Ellicott City home. He was 84. Mr. Mucha was born and raised in...
  • Senator's nuanced advocacy on tolls could help drivers

    When the Maryland Transportation Authority board met in a work session last week to hammer out the final details of what is expected to be the largest toll increase in the state's history, there were only two people there besides members and staff. One...
  • Stevensville firm gets $4.5 million federal grant

    Miltec UV International in Stevensville is a getting a $4.5 million federal grant to develop technology designed to reduce the cost of making lithium ion battery electrodes. The company is one of 40 across the country that is sharing $175 million in...
  • Baltimore Ravens host tryouts for 2012 cheerleading squad

    Baltimore Ravens host tryouts for 2012 cheerleading squad
    The investment banker, the lumber salesman, the kindergarten teacher and the meteorologist all came out Saturday for the Baltimore Ravens' cheerleading tryouts for one reason: the right to bear pompoms. Kristie Tapper of Stevensville — the mother...
  • Congressional candidates stump Harford as primary nears

    The two candidates from Harford County for the Second Congressional District are continuing to campaign, while they also try to fulfill their duties at state legislators. One of them, Del. Rick Impallaria, only formally announced his campaign last...
  • Army vet, 27, found dead in Towson

    A 27-year-old former U.S. Armysoldier was found dead in his Baltimore County apartment Saturday afternoon, police said. Timothy Allan Coyer, of Stevensville, was found dead by roomates in their apartment in the 7700 block of Greenview Terrace in Towson...
  • Raise your glass: The Hop Betty, Alewife

    Raise your glass: The Hop Betty, Alewife
    Picture a curvy-but-cute, sassy-yet-sweet lass with a passion for beer. She is buxom, bawdy, smooth-bodied and straight up. Is she every man's fantasy? Pretty close. She's the image that developed in my mind when when I tried Alewife's signature beer...
  • Verizon employees in Md. to return Tuesday with extension

    Verizon's union employees in Maryland and across the region will head back to work early next week after a deal was reached to extend their expired contract pending further negotiations, the company said Saturday in a statement. About 45,000 workers in...
  • Columbia Weddings and Engagements

    Bentley Fazi and Ryan Deiter Christian and Debra Fazi, of Columbia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Bentley Katherine Fazi, to Ryan Scott Deiter, son of Scott and Yvonne Deiter, ofClarksville. The bride-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Atholton...