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firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the general election scheduled for Nov. 8, The Jessamine Journal finishes its two-week profile on the many candidates. This week, using information form the candiate’s websites, The Journal will profile the races for agriculture commissioner...
Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American actress to win an Academy Award, won for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Mammy in Gone with the Wind (1939). Today, a controversy exists over the whereabouts of the McDaniel Oscar. In his 1990...
William Arthur Urie, a former FBI special agent who later was secretary of the state Department of Licensing and Regulation, died of cancer Monday at his Silver Spring home. He was 92. The son of a store owner and a beautician, he was born and raised in...
Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and...
Tags: New York City, Religion and Belief, Book, Journalism, Education
Paul C. Ergler Sr., a retired Martin-Marietta Corp. aeronautical engineer who later became a professor of business management at what is now Loyola University Maryland, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Oak Crest Village. The longtime Glen Arm resident...
Clashes between Verizon Corp. and its workers have escalated as contract negotiations remain deadlocked and thousands of workers have been striking for more than a week. The company has trained current and retired managers to fill jobs, angering union...
Wilbur O. Miller, a career Army officer who fought in World War II and Korea, died Aug. 6 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Oak Crest Village in Parkville. He was 95. Born and raised in Baltimore, he was a 1934 graduate of Polytechnic...
As teachers at the Renaissance Institute, retirees Sidney Leibovitz and Gregory Halpin fascinate their adult students with history courses ranging from the Chinese Revolution to French Connections. Their own histories are fascinating, too. Leibovitz's...
Colliers International, headquartered in Columbia, named Vincent M. Brocato vice president. Brocato joins the commercial real estate firm with more than 23 years of experience in tenant and landlord representation in Baltimore. Before joining Colliers...
Tags: Politics, Education, Ellicott City, Howard County, Realty
Roanoke County's police chief is retiring. Chief Ray Lavinder made the announcement Friday. He's been chief since 1997. Assistant Police Chief Terrell Holbrook will step in as acting chief when Lavinder's retirement becomes effective on November 1st. ...
Tribune reporterHow hot is honey? Well, hives nudge the edges of fruit orchards and flower-filled fields and in backyards across the country, as a story in the Tribune's Good Eating section reports. And you'll find them perched atop restaurants, high rises and civic...
Newport Beach resident CoCo Vandeweghe won her first-round match at tennis' U.S. Open on Tuesday, defeating Alberta Brianti of Italy, 7-5, 6-3, in Flushing Meadows, New York. It was the first win for Vandeweghe, 19, in the singles main draw of a Grand...
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