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Harrisburg (Dauphin, Pennsylvania)

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  • Sister Marie Immaculate Fay, teacher

    Sister Marie Immaculate Fay, teacher
    Sister Marie Immaculate Fay, who taught in Baltimore parochial schools, died of cardiopulmonary collapse March 22 at her order's retirement home in Aston, Pa. She was 82. Born Margaret Mary Fay in Dublin, Ireland, she attended public schools in...
  • Marylanders rattled by the unexpected

    Marylanders rattled by the unexpected
    It must have been the construction site across the street. Or maybe it was a tractor-trailer lumbering by, a train rumbling underground or even a pesky friend shaking one's beach chair. Everything, that is, but what it actually was: an earthquake, so...
  • Remembering Agnes: 'We really took a hit'

    Remembering Agnes: 'We really took a hit'
    The flooding in Harford and Cecil counties caused by Tropical Storm Agnes 40 years ago this week is considered among the worst of all time in both Harford and Cecil counties. "That was the worst storm I can ever recall," Wardell Stansbury, a lifelong...
  • Jarrettsville teen wins grand champion at State Fair

    Jarrettsville teen wins grand champion at State Fair
    On Monday, 17-year-old Melissa Grimmel was getting things ready for the first day of school. Like other students around the state, Melissa got a couple extra days of summer vacation due to the effects ofHurricane Irene. But Melissa didn't spend her...
  • Local builder embarks on new apartment construction

    An Owings Mills group is launching work on five new apartment complexes in the Mid-Atlantic at a cost of $186.5 million, all in areas it says have high demand but little new construction. Projects under way by Chesapeake Realty Partners, a residential...
  • Ortiz bids farewell to APG; McClinton takes over garrison command

    Ortiz bids farewell to APG; McClinton takes over garrison command
    A new era began at Aberdeen Proving Ground Tuesday morning, when Col. Orlando W. Ortiz transferred command of APG Garrison to Col. Gregory R. McClinton during a change of command ceremony at the post theater. McClinton comes to APG from Norfolk, Va.,...
  • Forest Hill pond snaps back into action after the storms

    As of this writing, there hasn't been much rain for a few days, but I still feel damp. The ground is soggy when I walk the dog in the morning, and the dew soaks my shoes. And there's that whole matter of having rarely seen the sun for going on two weeks...
  • Elizabeth S. Day, musician

    Elizabeth S. Day, musician
    Elizabeth S. Day, a church musician and retired Baltimore County public school teacher, died March 30 at Johns Hopkins Hospital of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. The Turners Station resident was 91. Born Elizabeth Scott in Pleasantville,...
  • Police arrest two men suspected of armed robbery of Cockeysville jewelry dealer

    Baltimore County police say two men who they believe robbed the Alpha Gold Exchange in Cockeysville early Thursday afternoon are in police custody. Luis Noel Rodriguez, 28, of New York, N.Y.. and Vincent Henry Courts Jr., 28, of Harrisburg, Pa.., have...
  • Police charge two in Cockeysville armed robbery Thursday

    Two out-of-town men have been charged in the armed robbery of a Cockeysville jewelry store on Thursday, officials said. Luis Noel Rodriguez, 28, of New York, N.Y., and Vincent Henry Courts Jr., 28, of Harrisburg, Pa., are being held at the Baltimore...
  • Dr. Ernst F. L. Niedermeyer

    Dr. Ernst F. L. Niedermeyer
    Dr. Ernst Friedrich Lepold Niedermeyer, who was a leading researcher, author, clinician and pioneer in the field of electroencephalogy and its use in epilepsy and other brain research, died Thursday of colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. The...
  • Aberdeen council approves site plan for five-story hotel near APG

    Aberdeen's city council unanimously approved a preliminary site plan for a five-story hotel at Routes 40 and 715 on Monday. The extended-stay Home2 hotel will be part of Aberdeen Exchange, a commercial development bordered by Newton Road, Route 715 and...