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District 10 VFW Ladies Auxiliary met for their quarterly dinner meeting April 2 at the VFW Post 8185, Port Deposit. Auxiliary units from Elkton, Chesapeake City, and North East joined the auxiliary unit from Post 8185 to make plans for June's convention....
North Harford's girls lacrosse team upset No. 2 St. Paul's, 12-11, on Tuesday, bouncing back from a defeat in the conference division title game last week. The Hawks (8-2) lost to No. 3 C. Milton Wright, 12-10, in Thursday's Upper Chesapeake Bay...
Tags: Saint Mary's Gaels, Baseball, Lacrosse, Sports
More than 100 gloved volunteers, some in boots and others in waist-high waders, streamed along narrow paths and historic sea walls Saturday in a secluded nook of wetlands just south of Fort McHenry, their eyes scanning for trash or the perfect spot to...
Tags: War of 1812, National Parks, Fort McHenry, Pikesville, Pigtown
According to a 19th-century poet named Francis Scott Key, the United States is the "land of the free and the home of the brave." If he were writing those lyrics today, he might add an asterisk with the notation: "Void in the aftermath of terrorism."...
The top scholars in the high school football Class of 2013 will be honored Wednesday night at Martin's West during the 50th annual Scholar Athlete Award dinner, sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College...
When President Obama took office, he offered a way for Americans to submit petitions to the White House online. It was supposed to be way for citizens to have their voices heard, but instead it became a way for dipshits to ask Obama to build a Death...
Tags: R. Kelly, Google Inc., White House, Barack Obama
A former Lexington mayor will spotlight that city’s Hunt-Morgan House at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the March 14 Second Thursday program at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. H. Foster Pettit, mayor of Lexington from 1972 to 1978 and a partner with Wyatt,...
Ballet Theatre of Maryland's production of "Frontier: The War of 1812 on the Chesapeake" comes to the Chesapeake Arts Center at 3 p.m. March 17 as part of the Performing Arts Association of Linthicum. The show continues the association's season bringing...
So misunderstood is the historical context of the War of 1812 that Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture has become something of a standard at American concerts of patriotic music. Actually, it was written by the Russian composer in honor of his...
Century High claims team title, Manchester Valley runner sets new record during state track championship meetThe Century boys' track and field team and Manchester Valley senior Abby Culp were the definition of excellence at the Maryland Class 2A-1A indoor track and field state championships. Century easily won its second state title in three years during the...
Feb. 3rd’s Chicago Tribune offers insights into forgotten wars (“Obscure wars,” Perspective) and also a letter to the editor (“Tough anthem,” Voice of the People) about forgetting the words to the National Anthem. I think the...
If you want a taste of the Gilded Age, just plunk down $450,000, the asking price for a Baltimore townhouse once owned by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The author who gave us "The Great Gatsby" and other classics lived in Towson and Baltimore while wife Zelda...
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