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  • Police investigating crash that killed boy, 10; site is same as fatal 2009 distracted driving case

    Police investigating crash that killed boy, 10; site is same as fatal 2009 distracted driving case
    Lake County Sheriff’s police say they will be trying to piece together details leading up to Monday’s fatal crash that killed a 10-year-old Island Lake boy and injured his twin brother.  But for now, officials are giving the boys’ father...
  • Vacation

    Vacation
    A few hours before I interviewed Tom Hanks last month, I joked to my friends that I was going to perform like Michael Jordan in the 1997 NBA Finals when he scored 38 points while battling the flu. I had been battling a massive headache for three or...
  • New tile roof may not save you money

    Many South Floridians think tile roofs are among the strongest against hurricanes. For years, insurance companies gave homeowners discounts on their premiums for installing them. But some insurers have stopped giving the discounts because of the state'...
  • Vaccines largely safe, U.S. expert panel finds

    Vaccines largely safe, U.S. expert panel finds
    CHICAGO (Reuters) - After a close review of more than 1,000 research studies, a federal panel of experts has concluded that vaccines cause very few side effects, and found no evidence that vaccines cause autism or type 1 diabetes. The report, issued on...
  • Scrabble at the Bain Center

    Activity Pals For single seniors. Get together with others to attend events, shop, go sightseeing, dine out and more. 301-596-6385. The Bain Center 5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia. 410-313-7213. •Acting Up! Most Tuesdays, 10:30 a.m. A theater club...
  • Missing four years, family embraces its long-lost pup

    Missing four years, family embraces its long-lost pup
    When their dog disappeared four years ago, the Willey family of Owings Mills searched and searched. They combed their neighborhood, they called everyone they could think of and then they called them again. For months. But eventually they gave up. And...
  • Bricks turning to dust? Moisture's the culprit

    Bricks turning to dust? Moisture's the culprit
    Q: I own a rowhouse built in 1905, and the bricks in the basement seem to be turning to dust over time. What should I do? A: Moisture does it every time. Bricks are porous. You see the deterioration in chimney bricks especially, so you'll need to track...
  • Female lawyers forging new paths to success

    Female lawyers forging new paths to success
    On a typical day, Mindy Mora arrives at her law office about 8 a.m. and leaves 12 hours later. She will drive home, eat dinner and put in a few more hours of work, even taking client calls late at night. "Being a partner at a law firm is not a 9 to 5 job,...
  • Home values continue their slide

    Home values continue their slide
    Home prices in Burbank continued their slide in December compared to the same period a year earlier, but agents said they're hopeful that 2012 would bring better market conditions. The median price for a single-family home was $510,000 last month, down...
  • Pages from the Past: Police follow trail in snow to capture man stealing from cars in Catonsville in 1961

    An article in the Nov. 30, 1961 edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported that a thief left a trail that led to his arrest. Footprints in last week's snow led police six blocks to a 44-year-old man who was apprehended for the theft...
  • Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure

    Chatfield Trail In Killingworth: Where Your Hike Becomes An Adventure
    The thought first crossed my mind as I contorted my body under ledges and sucked in my stomach to fit through narrow gaps between boulders as I followed the blue blazes along Burlington's "Mile of Ledges." That same thought ran through my head Wednesday...