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Sun StaffJulie Pierson fought tears as she stood in the hazy sun outside Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Essex yesterday, temporarily homeless and with only an erratic cellular phone to connect her to the world. The floodwaters that sent her fleeing by boat early...
Special To The SunIn 1774, the brave citizens of Chestertown banded together to protest British tyranny and dumped a load of tea -- and a few British sailors who got in the way -- into the Chester River. Saturday, the citizens of Chestertown will recall this historic...
Tags: Maryland, Arts, John Smith, Severna Park, Kent County
Sun StaffJust off a stretch of Route 1 in Delaware, where summer beach traffic often grinds to a halt, a billboard featuring a wholesome young guy greets visitors: "Welcome to Lewes," it says. The sign raises a question that recurred often during my weekend visit...
Sun StaffIt was a tough day at the polling places yesterday for the two members of the Kennedy clan who were on the ballot in Maryland. One nearly voted for his opponent - and was later stung by yellow jackets. The other almost wasn't allowed to vote at all....
Sun StaffKweisi Mfume's abrupt departure as head of the NAACP left some observers wondering where he will go - and whether there's more to why he left. He said yesterday that he wanted a vacation after nearly nine years, and he might explore opportunities in...
Tags: Maryland, Bill Clinton, U.S. Senate, Contracts, Sex
Sun ReporterKweisi Mfume, a former Baltimore City councilman and U.S. congressman who has led the NAACP for the past nine years, is expected to announce his resignation from the civil rights organization today. A source with knowledge of the announcement said last...
Tags: Elections, AFSCME, NAACP, Trips and Vacations, U.S. Senate
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - President Bush called yesterday for a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage, pushing an explosive cultural issue to the forefront of the 2004 presidential campaign. In a brief announcement, Bush urged Congress to pass an...
The sand. The dunes. The gulf. The serenity of an island in the sun. Without condos. St. George is a long, skinny barrier island, drifting between Apalachicola Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, just south of Apalachicola. Skip the developed middle of the...
If you've been scouring the Web for photos of "Twilight" actress Kristen Stewart's new digs in Los Feliz, you may have passed over the one of a square of lawn. But that's the image a real estate agent has inserted online and is visible through the guest...
Florida has landed the No. 1 beach in the U.S. seven times, but not in 2012. This year's crown goes to Coronado Beach in San Diego, California, but that doesn't mean Florida still isn't the place to be for the finest stretches of sand. The Sunshine State...
L.A. NOWA pastor was sentenced Friday to 330 years in prison for sexually assaulting five boys between the ages of 9 and 15 in his Lake Forest apartment between 2007 and 2011. Oscar D. Perez, 69, was an Apostolic pastor and......
Channel Guide MagazineTickets are on sale for the Theresa Caputo tour. The Long Island Medium is taking her show on the road making live appearances at various venues across the nation. Similar to her popular TLC series, Long Island Medium, Theresa will be doing super-sized...
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