Some people weren't sure what to make of it; others were simply curious about the two young women standing with crosses on their foreheads in front of a big sign labeled "Ashes to Go" on the train platform of the Edgewood MARC station Wednesday morning.
Deborah Castleman, reading specialist at Dayton Oaks Elementary School, wants to thank the teachers and the many parent volunteers for the hours they spent making their "Walk in the PARCC … With a Good Book" into a successful evening.
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Mother Nature could bring us a major winter storm that might last for several days or we could have freezing rain or sleet and very cold temperatures. We have all probably experienced a snowstorm that has kept us homebound, without utilities. Remember "Snowmageddon," the blizzard of 2010? My husband and I and our two dogs were without power, with no lights and no heat for five days. After three days, we couldn't take it anymore; boarded the dogs and went to stay at a local hotel where we could
John Ostrowski, a renowned Southeast Baltimore sausage maker who refused to sell his product to supermarkets for a wider distribution, died of Alzheimer's disease complications Wednesday at Somerford Place Assisted Living in Columbia. The Lutherville resident was 72.
About 30 years ago, the youth fellowship at St. James United Methodist Church fashioned a series of Advent "windows" — decorative inserts that nestle inside the building's glass windows — which the church displays every Christmas season. Last year, the Sunday school teachers and students crafted a similar display for Lent and Easter
The March meeting of the Dublin-Darlington Community Council will be held at the Conowingo Visitor Center on Wednesday, March 19, at 7 p.m. The guest speaker will be Morita Bruce, president of Friends of Harford.