Congratulations to the Cyclones volleyball team, based out of the Gary Arthur Community Center in Glenwood, which recently won second place, earing a silver medal, during the Velocity Invitational Tournament.
Carolyn B. Westerlund, who founded camps and a popular Monkton company that designed floral arrangements for weddings and other fashionable events, died of heart failure April 21 at Gilchrist Center, an inpatient hospice facility in Towson. She was 83.
Churchville residents opposed to the proposed Regent at Stone House equine center and wedding venue made another show of force Wednesday, with at least a dozen people in yellow anti-Regent shirts lined up outside the Harford County Council building in Bel Air well before a 9 a.m. Development Advisory Committee meeting to review the project.
So, remember that time that Cyrus fell for the spy/male escort Elizabeth North hired to dig up dirt on him and then found out he was a spy and was forced to get engaged to him in order to avoid a major political sex scandal? Well, "Scandal" finally did, too.
When Swan Harbor Farm event coordinator Karen Tegges helps a couple plan their wedding day, she knows what they¿ll hear from their guests. ¿Over and over, I¿ll hear that the guests told them it was the most beautiful wedding they¿d ever been to and ask how they found the place,¿ she says. ¿They say they never knew it existed.¿
Meeting the parents makes for a classic sitcom situation (or maybe a funny movie followed by two much less funny sequels). But no one really talks about the challenge lurking ahead in the shadows: the extended family.
Churchville's Tim Limberger may have modified his plans for his proposed The Regent at Stone House equestrian and wedding venue, but his neighbors remained firmly opposed to the project Wednesday night, saying they continue to be frustrated by Limberger's lack of answers about the project his family wants to build on Glenville Road.
Much like "Coven" before it, the season finale of "American Horror Story: Freak Show" arrives with an overarching sense that the entire season can't be browbeaten into cohesion in the space of one episode.