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  • Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood

    Tow company forgives Britt McHenry for rant, others out for blood
    It seems people are not big fans of ESPN reporter Britt McHenry right now and they are making it known.
  • Richard L. Friedman, business manager

    Richard L. Friedman, business manager
    Richard L. Friedman, former business manager of the old News American newspaper, died Saturday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications of a broken hip. He was 90. The son of Meyer Friedman, a Baltimore Transit Co. investigator, and Grace...

    Nan Tucker McEvoy, last of founding family to run S.F. Chronicle, dies at 95

    Nan Tucker McEvoy, last of founding family to run S.F. Chronicle, dies at 95
    Nan Tucker McEvoy, the last member of the San Francisco Chronicle's founding family to head the newspaper, died Thursday at her apartment in the city after a long convalescence. She was 95. Her son, Nion McEvoy, publisher of Chronicle Books, confirmed...

    Entrepreneurs get 'Shark Tank'-style treatment in Orlando

    Entrepreneurs get 'Shark Tank'-style treatment in Orlando
    Greg Devlin’s Thursday did not exactly start off on the right foot. The military veteran’s van broke down on his way to downtown Orlando, where he would pitch his educational comic books to a television crew for an upcoming entrepreneurs...

    Richard L. Tomlinson Sr.

    Richard L. Tomlinson Sr.
    Richard L. Tomlinson Sr., a retired photographer who served at the News American and later was a press photographer for two of Maryland's governors, died of complications from heart failure and chronic obstructive respiratory disease Monday at Gilchrist...