A heroin bill has been withdrawn; the newest movie theater being built in Harford County is slated to have beer, wine and liquor sales, provided the legislation that would allow them passes the Maryland State Senate, and a bill designed to resolve municipal election ties such as the one affecting Aberdeen's City Council has passed the House of Delegates and moved to the Senate.
Matt Snyder attended Sandymount Elementary School and West Middle School before graduating from Westminster High School in 2003. In October of that year, he enlisted in the Marines Corps. In March of 2006, he was killed while serving in Iraq.
Some organizations in the county are continuing to keep the memory of those lost alive. The Town of Mount Airy lost two of its residents during the attack on the Pentagon. In honor of these two men, the town will be holding its annual Patriot Day Ceremony at 7 p.m. at Pine Grove Chapel on Main Street.
Brig. Gen. Linda Singh grew up in Frederick and Carroll counties before leaving home, dropping out of school and joining the Army National Guard. In May 2013, she was promoted to be the first female and first African American leader of the Maryland Guard.
The 2014 edition of the Under Armour Lacrosse Classic will have a little something for almost everyone ¿ after all, 55 games are scheduled in all ¿ when the showcase begins July 11 at Towson University and concludes two days later.
After two years of planning, fundraising and actual construction, the veterans living at Perry Point Veterans Medical Center now have a gazebo to shelter them during summer picnics. For James Heuser, 18, of Towson, the project served as a way to show his gratitude to the veterans and earn his Eagle Scout award.
Stephanie Engel coaches a group of girls who are just learning softball. These are the Dolphins who play in the Westminster Jaycees Girls Slow-Pitch Softball League¿s second through fourth grade Bantam Division.
Hey folks, this is just a reminder that the new Lee's Landing opened over Memorial Day weekend and the pleasant early June weather and marvelous river views have increased the patronage at the former Susky River Grille
Well, the Maryland baseball game wasn't on ESPN2 Monday night, but rather USPNU. Either way, however, the result was the same as the Terps seemingly magical ride came to an end with the lopsided 11-2 loss at the hands of Virginia. Certainly not the way Maryland players and fans hoped the season might end, but it did.