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  • Raymond A. Benson, framer

    Raymond A. Benson, framer
    Raymond A. Benson, a picture framer and former art gallery owner, died Dec. 29 of complications from an ulcer at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 65. The son of an engineer and a homemaker, Raymond Alan Benson was born in Philadelphia and spent his...
  • Woodward Reese "Wood" Smith, ironworker, dies

    Woodward Reese "Wood" Smith, ironworker, dies
    Woodward Reese "Wood" Smith, a retired ironworker who during his nearly 50-year career worked on some of the nation's most notable bridges, died July 13 of pneumonia at his Loch Raven Village home. He was 93. The son of a construction superintendent and...
  • A photographic tour of Towson

    A photographic tour of Towson
    Melissa Schehlein, a Towson native, walked the streets and byways of the Baltimore County seat in search of what was while documenting with her camera what is. The result of her search was the recently published book, "Towson: Then and Now," a 96-page...
  • Kiplinger: Baltimore one of the best cities for high-paying jobs

    Kiplinger: Baltimore one of the best cities for high-paying jobs
    I love rankings, particularly when Baltimore or Maryland makes the cut by some outside group. Who can forget when Baltimore was rated by a travel magazine as having the ugliest people. In this latest rankings, Kiplinger magazine named Baltimore as one...
  • Horse sense: Columbia teen on the rise in riding circles

    Horse sense: Columbia teen on the rise in riding circles
    Passersby on Owen Brown Road are likely to notice something not often seen in a Columbia residential neighborhood — two horses standing in the front yard of a small Hickory Ridge home. But inside the home is something even more unusual to the...
  • Harford had 23 highway deaths in 2011

    Harford had 23 highway deaths in 2011
    There were 23 fatalities on Harford County highways in 2011, a slight decrease from the previous year, but still too many, according to local police. They're hoping a new countywide task force will prevent at least some fatal accidents. "None of us want...
  • Early Tuesday morning accident kills Harford man

    It's been a deadly month on Harford County highways with accidents killing four people, the most recent which occurred near Churchville shortly after midnight Tuesday, according to state police. Around 12:37 a.m., a 1995 Honda Accord was being driven...
  • Summer jobs for foreigners crowd out Americans

    Summer jobs for foreigners crowd out Americans
    February may seem a little early to start thinking about summer jobs. But a "cultural exchange" program run by the State Department is already filling jobs in Ocean City and elsewhere — jobs that will not be available when American kids start...
  • College students from Laurel named to dean's list

    Benjamin Glass, of Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at Tufts University, in Medford, Mass. Dustin Stout, of Laurel, was named to the dean's list for the fall semester at the University of Albany, in New York. Katherine Reading,...
  • Towson education notes

    Christine Shultz, of Lutherville and Isabel Galupo, of Towson have been named to the dean's list at Ithaca College, Ithaca, N.Y., for the fall 2011 semester. Stephanie Hogge, of Baltimore has earned a degree in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia...
  • Craig: 'We accomplished much in 2011, but we have many more opportunities for success in the future'

    Craig: 'We accomplished much in 2011, but we have many more opportunities for success in the future'
    The following is the 2012 State of the County Address delivered by Harford County Executive David Craig at the Feb. 21 county council legislative session: Harrisburg, PA: Requesting Bankruptcy. Jefferson County, AL: Bankrupt. The State of Maryland:...
  • Five myths about the Pulitzer Prizes

    Joseph Pulitzer — publisher of the New York World and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch until his death in 1911 — created the Pulitzer Prizes through his will, back when national awards were rare. He wanted the prizes to go to the year's best in...