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For years, Danielle Oldham checked housing listings, hoping that she, her husband and their two young daughters could find a place in the Anne Arundel County community of Piney Orchard. She researched the area meticulously, scanned county development...
Staff reporterREVS REPEAT! York Revolution reign as champs in 2011, winning back-to-back Atlantic League titles! (York, Pa.): The York Revolution realized the ending they dreamt of for their magical 2011 season, defeating the Long Island Ducks 6-3 in Game 4 of the...
One day deep in the administration of George W. Bush — a time of tumult among environmentalists and conservationists — Roger Kennedy found himself shaking his head and sighing. The Endangered Species Act was in the cross hairs of a...
The Compton Oak on Nicholson Street in Colonial Williamsburg spreads its branches far and wide, inviting you to take a break on benches parked beneath its umbrella-like canopy. In summer, it's probably the coolest spot in town, while its October views...
Daily American CorrespondentLowell Shaffer jokes that he moved from one campus to another: from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown to his current residence at Laurel View Village in Davidsville. Laurel View Village essentially embodies Pitt-Johnstown; Shaffer has made...
email@example.comWilson College ushered in a new era Saturday with the inauguration of Barbara Mistick as the 19th president in the college's 142-year history. More than 500 people attended the inaugural ceremony at Thomson Hall's Alumnae Chapel, including 200 who were...
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 was not a good day to be appointed Port Deposit's town administrator. The town was about to be evacuated in anticipation of the worst flooding in decades. But Rodney Hines, 64, took the challenge in stride, even though the newcomer...
Tags: Port Deposit, Disasters, Arts and Culture, Tropical Storms, Lee
Just about every Friday morning, Karen Lubieniecki takes a leisurely stroll to Laurel Park, finds a place along a railing at the nearly empty racetrack and spends an hour or so watching the horses exercise as the sun climbs the sky. It isn't that she's a...
Here's a Hollywood pitch for you: Leading U.S. neurosurgeon started life as a struggling Mexican boy who made it from illegal-immigrant California farmworker to Harvard Med. Not buying it? You should. Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa was that kid and is that...
Tags: Entertainment, File Sharing, Brain, Neurosurgery, Arts
Culture MonsterThe latest title in Christopher Hawthorne's Reading L.A. series is "Magnetic Los Angeles," by historian Greg Hise...
The Hartford CourantSTATEMENT FROM JOHN HENRY, TOM WERNER AND LARRY LUCCHINO ON BEHALF OF THE BOSTON RED SOX: "We met with Terry Francona, Theo Epstein and Ben Cherington Friday morning to discuss the 2011 season, ways to improve the club in the future, and Tito's status....
When your teen comes home slurring, swaying and smelling of alcohol, here's a research finding that will help you pinpoint whom to finger as the major "bad influence" in the kid's life. First, a couple of hints: It's not that rowdy gang of boys your son...
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