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  • Day trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' • 911 Museum/Memorial, Zabars, Union Square, May 20. $58. Camp Seranova, Mike, 610-972-4063. • "Branson Fever and Crazy Elmer," Penn's Peak, May 7. $78. Holy Family Golden Agers, Frank, 610-759-0576. • Museum of...
  • Area weekend events, April 17-19

    Area weekend events, April 17-19
    A look at events and activities this weekend in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Friday, April 17 Bay bridge boat show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Bay Bridge Marina, 357 Pier 1 Road, Stevensville. http://www.annapolisboatshows.com/bay-bridge-boat-show....
  • Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn

    Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn
    CBS Sports Network men’s lacrosse analyst Evan Washburn provided commentary on No. 19 Navy’s 10-7 victory over Patriot League rival Army on Saturday. Washburn, a former defenseman for Delaware, will cover Saturday’s game between No. 6...
  • Guest column: Let's celebrate National Library Week

    Guest column: Let's celebrate National Library Week
    Sunday marked the beginning of National Library Week, a time dedicated to recognizing the impact of libraries on our community and the commitment of library workers who pour their hearts and souls into bringing you the best possible services, programs and...
  • College Roundup: South River grad Griffin scores three times to lead Maryland women's lacrosse team

    College Roundup: South River grad Griffin scores three times to lead Maryland women's lacrosse team
    MARYLAND WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Three Terrapins scored hat tricks as No.1 Maryland (14-0, 3-0 B1G) defeated No. 14 Ohio State (10-5, 1-2) Sunday afternoon. Taylor Cummings, Megan Whittle and Brooke Griffin (South River) each scored three goals. Zoe...
  • Small senior class makes big impact for Navy lacrosse

    Small senior class makes big impact for Navy lacrosse
    Significant production from a strong group of plebes, and the dramatic improvement of numerous returning players, are the main reasons cited for the turnaround of the Navy men's lacrosse program. However, the steady leadership of a small group of...
  • Century High student raises $11K for wounded service members

    Century High student raises $11K for wounded service members
    When Century High School junior Jarrett Justice decided to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization dedicated to helping injured military veterans, he never expected to surpass his goal of $5,000. As of Wednesday, Justice had...
  • Running: New running club takes shape in Odenton

    Last month we learned that a runners group in the Odenton area has changed its name to reflect interest in becoming a regional club. Based in the Piney Orchard development in Odenton, it had previously been known as the Piney Orchard Run Club. According...
  • Coming up: Bay Bridge boat show, Annapolis Cup croquet, Boatyard Rockfish Tournament

    Annual Bay Bridge Boat Show Get a jump on the boating season at the Bay Bridge Boat Show, featuring everything from paddleboards, inflatables, pontoons, fishing boats and powerboats of all sizes, from April 17-10 at the Bay Bridge Marina in Stevenville....
  • Robert Thomas Jr., Pearl Harbor survivor and ex-O.C. official, dies at 95

     Robert Thomas Jr., Pearl Harbor survivor and ex-O.C. official, dies at 95
    Robert Thomas Jr., Orange County's first chief administrative officer and one of its handful of remaining Pearl Harbor survivors, has died at age 95. Thomas passed away from natural causes Feb. 10 at the home of his son, Robert Thomas III, in Gridley, a...
  • Briscoe becomes four-time Brigade Boxing champ

    Briscoe becomes four-time Brigade Boxing champ
    Satisfaction and relief. Those were the sentiments Keon Briscoe was feeling as he stood in the middle of the ring holding aloft the Tony Rubino Trophy and acknowledging a respectful standing ovation from a raucous crowd of approximately 2,500 at...