Though the first Democratic debates are nearly two months away, and the first actual contests won't take place for more than nine months, some early patterns are beginning to develop in the party's sprawling, unpredictable presidential race.
Step out David Boteach’s front door and a gentle world beckons — one filled with wondrous plants, waterfalls and whimsical bronze busts of fauna peeking over the leafy flora. More than 35 years in the making, the garden remains “a work in progress,” says Boteach.
Bob Bloom didn’t know exactly what he was doing when he came to Havre de Grace in October 1988 looking to start a radio station. Thirty years later, 103.7 WXCY country station is still on the air and Bloom and general sales manager Lisa Layne were recognized by the Havre de Grace City Council.
I do not understand why the German major and minor and all German courses are being totally eliminated when the college is keeping the minors in all the other affected programs (with the exception of Music).
A large crowd gathered at 6 p.m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, at Pennsylvania and Fremont avenues, northwest of downtown Baltimore, to remember recent shooting victims and march for peace in surrounding blocks.
Those in need of a bite or company are Welcome at The Shepherd's Staff Thanksgiving Day Community Dinner at The Portico of St. John, Westminster. Shuttles will bring people in from around Carroll County, with pick up locations in Hampstead, Eldersburg and New Windsor.