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  • The legacy of 9/11

    The legacy of 9/11
    Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks and serves as a point to measure the indelible impact that day has had on the American people. In recent weeks, much has been written and broadcast about the shock and horror of that day and its...
  • Recipe Finder: Yellow Squash Casserole

    Ronni Biolosky from Cleveland was looking for a recipe for a squash casserole similar to one she had enjoyed recently at a dinner party. She said it was made with yellow squash and probably had egg and cheese in it as well. Holladay Bank from Butler sent...
  • Families gather at Bel Air concert to remember 9/11

    Families gather at Bel Air concert to remember 9/11
    A sizable group of people gathered in Shamrock Park in Bel Air Saturday afternoon to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. The Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra led the Remembrance and Hope concert, hosted by 91.5FM WBJC host and program director,...
  • Annual flag-waving event recalls 'tragedy that should never have happened'

    Annual flag-waving event recalls 'tragedy that should never have happened'
    Every year since 2001, Del. Pat McDonough has brought out dozens of residents from Harford County and around the region to remind everyone of the 9/11 terror attacks by waving American flags on Route 152 over the I-95 bridge. This year, the 10th...
  • Save the oysters by privatizing them

    Save the oysters by privatizing them
    A new study from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science recommends a moratorium on oyster fishing to protect against extirpation and provide an opportunity for recovery of the oyster population, which the authors estimate has declined...
  • Getting more in the 'Zone' with new boxed sets

    Two of the most memorable episodes from 1960s television become available this week in new box sets certain to turn collectors' heads all over Howard County. And — cue the eerie Theremin music — both are connected to "The Twilight Zone."...
  • Unhappiness with Democrats key to low turnout

    In his explanation for the anemic turnout for the city's primary election, University of Baltimore public affairs professor Lenneal J. Henderson paints with too broad of a brush ("Election draws lowest turnout in history," Sept. 14). The professor...
  • Search for lost dreams explored in Venus Theatre's 'The Stenographer'

    Search for lost dreams explored in Venus Theatre's 'The Stenographer'
    Morality, ethics, guilt, broken dreams and addictions are all themes that evolve in philosophical discussions between two unlikely characters in the world premiere of "The Stenographer," on stage at Venus Theatre, on C Street, through Sept. 25. Written...
  • Mittens takes Manhattan: Diary of the Cat of the Year's award trip

    Mittens takes Manhattan: Diary of the Cat of the Year's award trip
    Baltimore's Mittens is officially a celebrity. The abused cat, recently named ASPCA's Cat of the Year, just returned to Baltimore after a whirlwind trip to Manhattan where she not only stayed at a fancy hotel and enjoyed limo service, but was...
  • Deborah S. Edelman, writer

    Deborah S. Edelman, writer
    Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and...
  • Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of an unforgettable manhunt in Havre de Grace

    Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of an unforgettable manhunt in Havre de Grace
    Twenty-five years may have passed since a New York City man turned a routine traffic case into a night of mayhem when he killed a police officer and wounded three others in Havre de Grace, but for some of those close to the manhunt and the overnight siege...
  • Frederick W. Glassberg, community developer

    Frederick W. Glassberg, a one-time Rouse Co. executive who became a prominent real estate and community developer in Howard County, died Sept. 15 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia of complications from Parkinson's disease. He was 77. A native of...