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  • Winter storm could bring 8-10 inches of snow by Monday night

    Winter storm could bring 8-10 inches of snow by Monday night
    The National Weather Service is forecasting up to 8-10 inches of snow on top of a layer of ice across Central Maryland by Monday night, with sleet and freezing rain expected Sunday night, turning to heavy snow into Monday. Forecasters remain uncertain...
  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, 'Still'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, 'Still'
    "What doing?" If you sent that text message to Daryl Dixon and Beth Greene, this week's episode of "The Walking Dead" would have adequately answered your sparsely worded query. Rather than sending a ridiculously long Snap Chat video response, Daryl...
  • Anne Arundel copes with another snowstorm

    Anne Arundel copes with another snowstorm
    With yet another storm dropping snow across the region, schools, government offices and a number of workplaces in Anne Arundel County were shut down on Monday. As with past storms, officials urged people to stay home if possible, to allow plow crews time...
  • Almost 7 million visit Maryland National Parks

    Almost 7 million visit Maryland National Parks
    Almost 7 million people visited national parks in Maryland in 2012, generating some $217.2 million in spending and 2,770 jobs, according to the National Park Service. In Baltimore, Fort McHenry National Monument and Shrine drew more than 744,000...
  • House panel approves minimum-wage increase

    House panel approves minimum-wage increase
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed increase in Maryland's minimum wage to $10.10 cleared its first hurdle Monday night as a House committee approved the bill and rejected a proposal to set a different standard for rural areas. The House Economic Matters...
  • Kathleen DeSales Nolan, PR executive

    Kathleen DeSales Nolan, PR executive
    Kathleen DeSales Nolan, a public relations executive who headed communications for Constellation Energy, died of melanoma March 2 at her Ellicott City home. She was 64. "There was never a communications challenge that Kathy couldn't handle," said...
  • Harford man found guilty of murder in 1972 fatal fire could leave prison

    Harford man found guilty of murder in 1972 fatal fire could leave prison
    A Harford County man, who was found guilty of first-degree murder more than four decades ago in connection with a fire that killed two teenage girls, is another step closer to winning his freedom after a Cecil County judge threw out his two remaining...
  • 'Scandal' recap, 'We Do Not Touch the First Ladies'

    'Scandal' recap, 'We Do Not Touch the First Ladies'
    My revised list of people who have to die: Quinn, Fitz — and though it hurts my heart to say this — James. There is a whole lot of whininess and poor decision-making happening in “Scandal’s” Washington, D.C. and the...
  • Maryland's largest national park gets left out [Letter]

    Maryland's largest national park gets left out [Letter]
    We were pleased to see your recent report on visitation to Maryland's national parks ("Almost 7 million visit Maryland National Parks," March 4). However, we were dismayed that the article overlooked the largest and most visited national park in...
  • Laurence O'Dwyer, Center Stage actor

    Laurence O'Dwyer, Center Stage actor
    Laurence "Larry" O'Dwyer, who delighted Center Stage audiences with his theatrical irreverence and memorable performances, died of cancer Feb. 28 at his home in Knox City, Texas. The former Mount Vernon resident was 77. A local favorite, he was often...
  • Joppatowne by any other name remains what it is [Column]

    For a few years now, there's been something of discussion about the name of the large community in the southeastern corner of Harford County. The two key questions under consideration in some circles are: • One word or two? • With or...
  • No one cards at Starbucks [Commentary]

    No one cards at Starbucks [Commentary]
    In Maryland, as in other states, consumers need to show ID when buying alcohol or tobacco products. Energy drinks could be added to that list of "adult" products if bills before the General Assembly are passed. House bill 1273 and Senate bill 986 were...