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Wellness classes Howard County General Hospital will offer the following wellness classes in April and May. Classes will be held at the HCGH Wellness Center, 10710 Charter Drive, Suite 100, Columbia unless otherwise listed. Register in advance online...
Applewood Drive rises from Haasadahl Road in South Whitehall Township in a steep climb, and at the top of the hill, there is a reward for the eyes. There are rows of enough lovely apple trees to make John Chapman (the legendary Johnny Appleseed) proud....
Roger Ebert was celebrated Monday as a film critic, newspaperman, social-justice soldier, husband, father, grandfather and champion of artists and imagination, but the great cross-section of mourners at his Holy Name Cathedral funeral spoke to a quality...
The Hartford CourantThe AFL-CIO launched its annual database of CEO pay Monday, showing the average 2012 pay of CEOs at companies on the Standard & Poor's 500 index was $12.3-million, or 354 times more than the average American worker earned. The average of those S&P 500...
ANTAKYA, Turkey — In newly printed textbooks at dozens of Syrian refugee schools, a small piece of Middle East geography has been amended. Seventy-five years ago, Turkey annexed the northern Syrian territory of Hatay against the will of Syria, but...
More Glendale voters used the postal service to cast their votes than a polling center ballot box for the election on Tuesday, a trend that’s been on the rise in the city — and across the state — now for years. The shift, candidates and...
Tags: Politics, Arts and Culture, Local Elections, Polls, Elections
In 1975, when asked to explain why Margaret Thatcher was poised to take over the Tory Party, the irascible British satirist Malcolm Muggeridge replied that it was all due to television and the fact that the telegenic Thatcher had a "certain imbecile...
A social studies teacher and assistant track coach has been replaced indefinitely amid an investigation by Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Kate Snyder, a teacher at Old Mill High School in Glen Burnie who also served as student government and...
As record heat baked Baltimore, a wave of violence unfurled across the city: six shootings and eight people wounded over a period of less than eight hours. The first shots were fired around dinnertime Wednesday, and the violence continued until after...
There is much we don't know about Dr. Ben Carson's decision to withdraw as a commencement speaker for the Johns Hopkins schools of medicine and education. His recent comments in opposition to gay marriage, in which he compared homosexuality to...
New cancer study The American Cancer Society is starting a new research study called the Cancer Prevention Study-3. A kickoff event will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25, at Sleep Inn & Suites, 18216 Colonel Henry Douglas Drive,...
The 9th Council District, which runs south from Staples Center into some of the city's poorest neighborhoods, has evolved from largely African American to predominantly Latino. Yet because a significantly higher percentage of the black residents are...
Tags: Politics, Minority Groups, Jose Huizar, Arts and Culture, China
Apr 19, 2013 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Apr 16, 2013 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
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