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  • Rescue dogs, handlers worked to find remains at the Pentagon

    Rescue dogs, handlers worked to find remains at the Pentagon
    Jesse quivered and refused to budge. A creature defined by her keen senses, the yellow Labrador retriever was overwhelmed in an atmosphere stained by the stench of jet fuel and saturated with the growl of heavy machinery and thumping of military...
  • Sprawl is the real enemy of rural living

    A war on rural Maryland? We've been under siege for decades. But the enemy is sprawling development pressure, not government policies. ("Rural leaders rebel against O'Malley's statewide growth plan," Oct. 27). I should know. The Bay Bridge empties...
  • Maryland state trooper hits, kills woman in accident

    A Delaware woman died Friday night after being hit by a Maryland state trooper in Queen Anne's County, police said. Iraina J. Curtis, 29, of Dover was struck by a patrol car on westbound Shopping Center Drive in Stevensville, Maryland State Police said...
  • Edward L. Walls Sr.

    Edward L. Walls Sr., a retired decorated career Army officer and bluegrass banjoist, died Tuesday of leukemia at Easton Memorial Hospital. The lifelong Centreville resident was 74. Born in Roberts, Queen Anne's County, Mr. Walls was raised in...
  • Maryland to get new area code in 2012

    Maryland to get new area code in 2012
    Starting in March, residents in counties on the Eastern Shore and in central Maryland requesting new phone numbers may receive a new area code, state utility regulators announced Wednesday. The new area code, 667, is being activated because the Federal...
  • Carroll County ranks as fifth 'healthiest' place in Maryland

    Carroll County was named as the fifth healthiest place to live in Maryland by a national research group analysis. The report, released April 3, comes from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. The...
  • Rural leaders rebel against O'Malley's statewide growth plan

    Bruce Holstein moved to Carroll County eight years ago looking for land to build a house so he could live closer to his grown daughter and her family. He settled on a historic road with no streetlights, flanked by maple and hickory trees, with corn and...
  • Irene disaster declaration expanded to include city and county

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency has added Baltimore and Baltimore County to the list of 13 Maryland counties eligible for federal disaster assistance in the wake of Hurricane Irene. FEMA and the Maryland Emergency Management Agency said the...
  • Maryland State Fair organizers on alert for swine flu

    Maryland State Fair organizers on alert for swine flu
    As the state fair opens in Timonium, pigs that will be judged for prizes will also be under scrutiny from state veterinarians after an outbreak of swine flu nearly threatened to shut down the event. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene...
  • Harris rising through state's sparse GOP ranks

    Harris rising through state's sparse GOP ranks
    He's a rookie in Congress, but Rep. Andy Harris is positioned to become a GOP heavyweight in Maryland. As delegates from across the country converge at the Republican National Convention this week to nominate Mitt Romney for president, the first-term...
  • 'Shameless swindler' sentenced to prison in Anne Arundel paving crimes

    An Anne Arundel County judge sent a man to prison Wednesday for a series of paving scams in the county, calling Tommy Clack a "shameless swindler" who preyed on unsuspecting consumers. Clack, 40, was sentenced to two years in prison and five years...
  • 8 more heat deaths reported in Maryland

    Health officials said 8 more heat-related deaths occurred in Maryland, bringing the total for 2012 to 31. The deaths, reported to the state between July 17 and July 24, include three men between the ages of 45 and 64, one each in Prince George's, Queen...