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The Obama re-election team must be in panic mode. The president is stuck in a virtual tie with Mitt Romney in some polls and behind him in others, so in desperation it has reached out to the Big Dog, Bill Clinton, for help. Mr. Clinton will speak next...
Authorities in North Carolina located the car of a Pasadena man who was found dead in his home Sunday. Officers in Charlotte stopped the vehicle belonging to Darius Keenan Sr., 50, and identified the driver as Keenan's son, 26-year-old Darius Keenan Jr....
Joshua A. Barbati, a retired Baltimore County public school educator and longtime Loch Raven resident, died May 11 of melanoma at Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville, N.C. He was 79. The son of Italian immigrants, Mr. Barbati was born in...
Baltimore Sun staffWho knew Michael Oher was a big NASCAR fan? Oher, a starting offensive tackle for the Ravens, was a pre-race guest at the Coca-Cola600 in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, according to thatsracin.com. Also on hand were super model and actress Brooklyn Decker,...
The shelves have been stocked and the cash registers tested for Wednesday's opening of Harris Teeter's upscale supermarket in Locust Point — part of a broader development push that is likely to bring Baltimore as much retail space as a regional...
The Baltimore SunBaltimore is not at the top of Men's Health's America's Smuttiest Cities list. But it's pretty, pretty, pretty close. The magazine just released the list, ranking cities based on the number of porn DVDS bought, rented or streamed, the number of adult...
Tags: Men's Health, Pornography, Raleigh
Baltimore is a city full of potential to Nancy Welsh, the founder of the rapidly expanding North Carolina nonprofit Builders of Hope Inc. The nonprofit recently announced plans to rehabilitate 500 vacant homes near Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore was a...
It was supposed to serve as the trailer for the featured blockbuster swimming smackdown of the London Olympics, but viewers are going to have to wait a bit: Michael Phelps came in second in the 200-meter freestyle race at the Charlotte UltraSwim Grand...
Tags: Katie Hoff, Auto Racing, Jimmy Fallon
This Baltimore swimmer hopes to add to an already heavy stash of medals in London this summer. But in addition to training for the qualifying trials in June, there are multiple promotional demands of an Olympic year: modeling the Ralph Lauren-designed...
Roy W. Spence, a businessman who founded a Baltimore bus company and was an active churchman, died Saturday of complications from internal bleeding at Northwest Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 84. Born and raised in Camden, N.C., Mr. Spence...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Michael Phelps remembers this as the city where he "came back," prompting his coach Bob Bowman to ask with mock innocence, "from where?" Bowman well knows, of course, that Phelps was referring to swimming his first race, the...
Jean C. Fulton, an artist who worked in watercolors and metal, and with her husband transformed the derelict Monkton Hotel into a venue for artists and vendors, died Sunday of multiple organ failure at Sinai Hospital. The one-time Monkton and Tuscany-...
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