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Dan Rodricks is absolutely clueless. His article criticizing CEOs for their opinions regarding taxation and regulatory policies ("Complaining CEOs need to take a hike," May 8) has to be the most stupid piece on the subject that I have ever read. The...
Tags: Corporate Officers
Finding specialty goods — organic eggs, goat cheese, goat cheese cheesecake, whole grain bread and rolls, honey, vegetables, herbs, pork, lamb, turkey, chicken, flavored olive oil, balsamic vinegar, native plants, trees, shrubs and flowers —...
Tags: Beets, Recipes, Arable Farming, Farms, Dog Biscuits
Portions of Interstate 81 in Harrisburg, Pa., are expected to remain closed for several more days following a massive fuel tanker crash and explosion Thursday morning that damaged the highway and bridge, Pennsylvania transportation officials said....
Tags: Explosions, Emergency Incidents
Congratulations to the Triadelphia Sparks Pathfinder Bible Bowl team from Triadelphia Adventist Church on taking first in state competition in Baltimore, in regional competition in Harrisburg, Pa., and now a national win at Union College in Lincoln, Neb....
Penn State has had a run of the neighborhood for as long as anyone can remember, from its years as the most successful independent Division I-A football program on the East Coast and a national power, to a little more than the past two decades in the...
The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Monday. We prefer email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in the...
Richard Oare, an attorney who successfully defended the the mayor of York, Pa., on a decades-old murder charge dating to a 1969 race riot, died of prostate cancer March 26 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The White Hall resident was 68. Born John...
Robert P. Slaff, a former marine-supply vendor and journalist who wrote widely on Chesapeake Bay maritime and environmental matters, died March 8 of congestive heart failure at Crofton Care and Rehabilitation Center. The Epping Forest resident was 89....
Tags: Heart Failure, Mount Vernon, Crofton, U.S. Navy, Star Sailing
First comes love, then comes marriage and then comes time to pick out the baby carriage — and decorate the nursery. Already the tabloids are speculating on the room where England's heir to the throne will lay his royal head when Prince William's...
Cecil Singleton had settled in to watch an episode of "Parenthood" when he caught a TV news teaser featuring the words "Elmo sex scandal." A man had accused puppeteer Kevin Clash — the man behind the world's most popular Sesame Street puppet —...
The Baltimore SunBrian Doyle had been to the Eastern Sports and Outdoors Show in Harrisburg, Pa., as a consumer, but the Pasadena resident was looking forward to this year's event for a different reason. Doyle and Ken Kerschner of Centreville were going for the first time...
Bobby Spivey can walk through the halls of Sparrows Point High School without drawing much attention from anyone aside from his group of close friends. But put the 16-year-old in the small Southern hamlet of Stuttgart, Ark. — the self-proclaimed...
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