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Maryland WeatherAfter spending a brief period at the top of the snow pile, it looks like Baltimore sledded to 5th position by the season's end in the competition for the title of "Snowiest U.S. City 2009-10."Here are the top 10 finishers,......
Tags: Baltimore Weather, Weather Reports
Despite a last-minute frenzy for Pennsylvania's electoral plenty, John McCain failed to switch this traditionally blue state, which awarded its 21 votes to Barack Obama and helped him win the presidency. Polls closed at 8 p.m. and, moments later, based...
Tags: Polls, Election Day, Maryland, Democratic Party, Sarah Palin
sun reporterDavid Hill's forehead is gashed, his fingernails are caked with grease, the outline of a Copenhagen tobacco tin is traced in filth on the pocket of his mud-drenched T-shirt - and he couldn't be happier, because he is drilling another well. "It's a real...
During the late summer of 1918, Americans were gripped by news from the European front as World War I neared its end. They didn't dream that a larger, more deadly battle would soon be fought on U.S. soil. The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed about 500,...
Tags: Family, Govans, St. Mary's County, Clarksville, Bars and Clubs
Sun StaffOcean City - As visitors strolled the boardwalk on a perfect September day, the mayor reluctantly moved to discourage others from coming until after Hurricane Isabel has gone. Mayor James N. Mathias Jr. canceled a huge craft show and most other...
Sun StaffIt happens an average of three times a day in Baltimore -- an urgent phone call or knock at the door, a fearful dash to the doctor's office, followed by a lifetime of worry. "Your baby has been lead-poisoned." Almost 27 years ago, that baby was Barbie...
River Roadways Discover the Golden Triangle of Pittsburgh, the Laurel Highlands, the historic towns of Johnstown and Altoona, and the festivities of Central Pennsylvania along Pennsylvania's River Roadways. Pittsburgh - Enter Pittsburgh through the...
Sun StaffSHANKSVILLE, Pa. - It can never be understandable when a plane falls out of the sky, but the tragedy that befell a United Airlines 757 seems especially incongruous in this borough of farmers and coal miners that is too small even for a stoplight....
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the national aviation industry experiencing a workforce shortage of aircraft mechanics and technicians, a new Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics training facility in Hagerstown might go a long way toward helping train the workers of tomorrow, a...
The Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewSiding falls off the side of a restaurant. A sidewalk crumbles. Lots sit vacant, with weeds and scattered debris. This is what Jim Hughes sees when he leaves his Trimont condo on Mt. Washington. This is what Hughes fears tourists see when they walk...
Tribune reporterA Tinley Park man was charged with making terroristic threats and stealing a car in Pennsylvania while on a trip to visit his son, Pennsylvania State Police said. Jason Scott Sargent, 39, flew to Pittsburgh to visit his son and stayed with his ex-wife...
Tags: Prosecution, Brownsville, Theft
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