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  • Curtis B. Reiber, Army officer

    Curtis B. Reiber, Army officer
    Curtis B. Reiber, an Army intelligence officer whose career spanned three decades, died Nov. 20 of a stroke at Saint Agnes Hospital. He was 77. The son of a DuPont Co. worker and a homemaker, Curtis Brooks Reiber was born in Centre Hall, Pa., and...
  • Maryland delays growth pollution rules

    State rules requiring "offsets" for water pollution from new development have been delayed until next year, Maryland's top environmental regulator told lawmakers Wednesday. Although the regulations originally had been set for issuance by next month,...
  • How to make a garden bloom at Guilford Elementary/Middle

    In "Harvest of disappointment: Good intentions weren't enough to make a garden thrive at on Baltimore school," (November 23), Bess Keller wrote a compassionate and thorough account of the garden project at Guilford Elementary/Middle School — lessons...
  • Archives exhibit shows how Columbia came to be

    Archives exhibit shows how Columbia came to be
    Run by three county commissioners instead of a county executive, Howard County was a different place in the early 1960s. As required of all counties by the Maryland General Assembly in 1953, Howard had finally approved its General Plan in 1960, a much-...
  • Experiencing deja vu in Howard County farmland fight

    This Howard County movie has played before: the County Council considering laws to restrict rural land development, farmers staging a tractor parade protesting what they see as an attack on their property values, public officials saying preservation...
  • Whole Foods sales disappoint as grocery rival Sprouts goes public

    Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. shares are gearing up to hit the public market at higher-than-expected prices a day after Whole Foods Market Inc. let down Wall Street with its earnings. But when asked about the increasingly crowded natural and organic...
  • Balto. Co. may review backyard chicken regulations

    Balto. Co. may review backyard chicken regulations
    Some Baltimore County officials want to consider whether to allow more residents to keep chickens in their yards, making the county the latest local government in Maryland to examine a national coop craze. A County Council resolution being considered...
  • Away from the madding Brazilian crowd

    Away from the madding Brazilian crowd
    SÃO MIGUEL DOS MILAGRES, Brazil — Anyone who says it's the journey that matters most wasn't trying to navigate through the favelas of Maceió, my launch point for Brazil's Costa dos Corais, or Coral Coast, 50 miles north. Although Maceió has a...
  • Downtown gourmet market Urban Radish celebrates grand opening

    Downtown gourmet market Urban Radish celebrates grand opening
    Downtown's Urban Radish, the first gourmet market of its kind in the Arts District, celebrated its grand opening Saturday with a ribbon-cutting, samples galore and crowds of shoppers. After the 9 a.m. ribbon-cutting, shoppers sampled Urban Radish's...
  • For the love — and health — of dogs

    For the love — and health — of dogs
    John Littlefield feared for the life of his pet, Miss Coco. The 5-year-old Maltese Shih-Tzu seemed to be allergic to everything and itched — seemingly nonstop. Her condition prompted Littlefield, co-host and designer on ABC's "Extreme Makeover:...
  • Vegging out

    Vegging out
    Anyone who has tried to travel while minding a serious diet probably has had to compromise. After being offered only risotto or pasta at several restaurants in Italy, a vegetarian friend ordered "steak and baked potato, but hold the steak" in self-...