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Target expands drive-up service in Maryland

Target is expanding its drive-up service to nearly 20 stores in Maryland, including Baltimore’s Canton and other locations throughout the Baltimore region. Stores are getting the service in Timonium, Cockeysville, Columbia, Middle River, White Marsh, Owings Mills, Pikesville, Bel Air, Abingdon,...

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    Commentary: LEO Clubs, teens and young adults in action

    Various research studies have shown that teens who volunteer in their communities are generally more responsible with greater self-esteem and better overall attitudes than many of their counterparts and are 50% less like likely to abuse drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or engage in destructive behavior....

  • Letter: Aberdeen should heed warning and not spend more on Ripken lawsuit

    I am writing this additional editorial to make sure that the residents of Aberdeen are aware of the pending lawsuit against the Ripkens. The City of Aberdeen initiated $150,000 to retain lawyers for this lawsuit. There really is no ceiling on the amount the City could spend in lawyer fees moving...

  • Commentary: Saying Farewell as APG, the Army, and America Hold Strong

    Commentary: Saying Farewell as APG, the Army, and America Hold Strong

    A little more than two years ago, my husband Lucas and I arrived at Aberdeen Proving Ground with excitement. As Chesapeake Bay enthusiasts, we could not have been happier to relocate to beautiful northeast Maryland — and to move out of a very small apartment in Washington, D.C. My tenure as APG...

  • COMMENTARY: Maryland Comptroller reflects on D-Day

    COMMENTARY: Maryland Comptroller reflects on D-Day

    As Americans remember the sacrifices of the brave soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy 75 years ago this June 6, let us reflect on those who were lost, those who were wounded and those who survived the war to carry on. Their countless acts of courage turned the tide of the Nazi onslaught...

  • Letter: Thank EMS providers, learn how to be first link in saving a life

    Recently, during the week of May 19 to 25, Maryland joined the rest of the nation in celebrating National Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week. Consistent with Gov. Larry Hogan’s strong commitment to public safety and the well-being of all Marylanders, he has recognized the dedication of EMS workers...


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