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  • Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout

    Robert Benmosche dies at 70; led financial giant AIG after U.S. bailout
    Robert Benmosche, the former president and chief executive of AIG who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182-billion government bailout, died of lung cancer Friday at NYU Langone Medical Center, the company said. He was 70. Benmosche became AIG's...
  • Former AIG CEO Robert Benmosche Dies Of Cancer At 70

    NEW YORK — Former AIG President and CEO Robert Benmosche, who led the insurer's turnaround after its $182 billion government bailout, has died of lung cancer at age 70, the company announced Friday. The company says Benmosche died Friday morning at...
  • Glenda Watson Hayes: Teacher was co-owner of funeral home

    Glenda Watson Hayes: Teacher was co-owner of funeral home
    For 14-year-old Donald Hayes, it was a framed photograph on a fireplace mantle that sparked infatuation over the woman who would eventually become his wife. Glenda Watson Hayes was the classmate of Donald's childhood friend — one who framed her...
  • Home inspections: What they tell you and what they don't

    Home inspections: What they tell you and what they don't
    After a long search, finding the perfect home feels fabulous. But before you order change-of-address cards, there’s one more hurdle to overcome: the home inspection. During the process, a licensed Maryland inspector will evaluate the home,...
  • Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins

    Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins
    The Orioles' roster carousel spun before the first pitch of Opening Day and it's not expected to stop revolving any time soon, though Dan Duquette thinks it might slow down. "For the last 10 days we've had trade discussions with several teams," said...
  • Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement

    Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement
    Ongoing renovations to better connect BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's concourses have uncovered asbestos and mold, and airport officials expect more could be found in the future. The discovery of the materials has not presented a danger to fliers or...
  • One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer

    One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer
    Jennifer Glose played softball at Allen High School for Ed Stinner in the late 1980s, in an era when the Chicks were one of the best programs in the area and state. Like dozens of other players who played for Stinner at both Allen and Parkland, Glose is...
  • She hopes to outrun cancer

    She hopes to outrun cancer
    A Laguna Beach resident is looking to run from Huntington Beach to Arizona to raise awareness of pediatric cancer. Becky Mudd, 57, plans to start near the Santa Ana River bike trail in Huntington Beach on Saturday morning and make the 265-mile trip to...
  • Local softball community has rallied around Ed Stinner

    Local softball community has rallied around Ed Stinner
    No one has meant more to local softball over the past four decades than Ed Stinner. As a youth, travel team and high school coach, Stinner's impact on the game has been immense. The longtime Allentown school teacher has touched the lives of hundreds...
  • Memory of mother drives Maryland's Isaiah Davis-Allen

    Memory of mother drives Maryland's Isaiah Davis-Allen
    Isaiah Davis-Allen's mother is never far from his heart. Davis-Allen, a sophomore short-stick defensive midfielder for the Maryland men's lacrosse team, has a tattoo of the Virgin Mary on the left side of his chest, and he has dedicated the tattoo to...
  • Death with dignity advocates say they'll return next year

    Death with dignity advocates say they'll return next year
    Cancer took both Edgewater resident Amy Chase's parents. And both times Chase was there holding their hands when they passed away, witnessing them struggle against the pain of the disease. Her father Frank Chase, whose pancreatic cancer was aggressive,...