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A 29-year-old solider from Baltimore was killed in Iraq by an improvised explosive device, the Department of Defense announced last night. Staff Sgt. Marion Flint Jr. died along with another soldier Monday while on a combat patrol operation in Baghdad...
Tags: Harford County, Armed Forces, Explosions, Defense, Maryland
Special To The SunBarracks Row just might be Washington's best-kept secret. It's the manicured tree-lined streets, the historic storefronts brimming with boutiques and cafes, and the sense of community that make this neighborhood minutes away from the Capitol building so...
Tags: Armed Forces, Defense, Fashion Shows, Business, Maryland
Sun staffThe towers hide in plain sight; there is nothing stiller or more silent on the Lewes, Del., beach. They have been part of this place for so long that people who return year after year to the Delaware resorts hardly notice them anymore. The war against the...
SPINNY BEER DAYS FEATURES RARE BEERS Fourteen rotating taps and 350 bottled brews make Spinnerstown Hotel a magnet for beer geeks. At Spinny Beer Days, May 31-June 1, owner John Dale has planned eight days of exceptional beer experiences, and Chef...
The Philadelphia InquirerDoes Philadelphia have room for one more specialized business incubator? It may, indeed, if enough education- technology entrepreneurs choose to take the plunge into what the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education calls its new...
The Press of Atlantic City, Pleasantville, N.J.Mays Landing's Peter Fantacone was an 18-year-old Navy radioman who trained for months to help the Allies communicate during the D-Day attack on June 6, 1944. He crossed the English Channel that morning on Landing Craft Infantry 492, a 150-foot vessel...
Boston HeraldMayor Thomas M. Menino's victory lap -- 20 years in the making -- began yesterday as he unveiled a new handicapped-accessible park in Charlestown that's part of a $1.8 billion parting kiss to Boston to upgrade buildings, roads and public spaces. The...
Tags: Thomas Menino, Roxbury
Boston HeraldBruins star Tyler Seguin's former bachelor pad -- with panoramic city views and a private deck made for entertaining -- is up for sale in Charlestown's Monument Square. This penthouse condo in an 1850-built brick and granite building had an...
Special CorrespondentA frequent stop and embarkation port on New England/Canada and Bermuda voyages as well as starting point of some seasonal Caribbean cruises and an occasional stop on trans-Atlantic voyages, Boston has seen a dramatic increase in cruise business in...
South Bend TribuneEven after almost 70 years, Ray Micin-ski, of South Bend, wonders if he was shaking because he was cold or because he was scared. It was the morning of April 16, 1944, and he was a 19-year-old gunner’s mate on the USS Gandy, a destroyer escort....
Tags: U.S. Coast Guard, New York City, Tampa
Philadelphia Daily NewsLINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD will soon play host to an anxious, angst-ridden crowd of people -- but they won't be Super Bowl-starved Eagles fans. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is set to hold public-input hearings May 8 and 9 at the stadium as the...
The Philadelphia InquirerAfter reporting lower quarterly profits, drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline said Wednesday that it would reorganize its pharmaceutical divisions, with the possibility of someday selling older, "established" brands that it rarely promotes. Glaxo is based in...
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