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  • 1750s-era Howard Lodge nominated for U.S. historic register

    1750s-era Howard Lodge nominated for U.S. historic register
    A private residence near Sykesville that predates the Revolutionary War is the latest structure in Howard County to be recommended for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. Howard Lodge, a 21/2 -story brick house built about 1750, was...
  • David Wilson's change of heart has paid off big for Virginia Tech

    David Wilson's change of heart has paid off big for Virginia Tech
    Until he actually stood in Michael Vick Hall outside Virginia Tech's football meeting rooms, David Wilson was convinced he was going to be the next Bo Jackson. He can't put his finger on what changed, but Wilson's feelings about Tech and his future at...
  • Flu season is around the corner -- shots are available now!

    Flu season is around the corner -- shots are available now!
     Flu season in the United States can begin as early as October and can continue through mid-May, with the highest concentration of cases occurring between December and April. Flu symptoms include headache, body aches, fever, fatigue, sore throat and dry...
  • 'Mama Drama' recap: Episode 5, Masquerade party

    'Mama Drama' recap: Episode 5, Masquerade party
    Tonight is ripe with the promise of a masquerade party for the ladies and before even seeing the costumes, there's a fight over them. Gina and Marcella make a beeline for the boxes of costumes to grab matching booty shorts before the other ladies snatch...
  • I thought Tropical Storm Isaac was already here, in my living room

    I thought Tropical Storm Isaac was already here, in my living room
    I had a moment looking around my living room this morning where I thought it looked like a tornado had hit. Maybe it was actually Tropical Storm Isaac. The National Hurricane Center predicts that Tropical Storm Isaac is likely to form in the Caribbean...
  • Vaccines aren't just for children

    Vaccines aren't just for children
    The reemergence of pertussis, or whooping cough, in the U.S. underscores the need for people of all ages to maintain protection against vaccine-preventable diseases, a message Project Immunize Virginia has been promoting for 17 years. "Our mission is...
  • Remarkable Woman: Ann E. Smith

    Remarkable Woman: Ann E. Smith
    Firsts come up a lot in conversations about Ann E. Smith. She was the first African-American woman to win a statewide election in Illinois, for a spot on the University of Illinois Board of Trustees. Years before, she was the first African-American to be...
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • People with shingles show no higher cancer risk

    People with shingles show no higher cancer risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who come down with shingles seem to have no higher-than-normal risk of developing cancer later on, a study published Monday confirms. Researchers found that for nearly 36,000 Taiwanese adults with shingles, the...
  • Tour of Wardour neighborhood kicks off annual House & Garden Pilgrimage

    Tour of Wardour neighborhood kicks off annual House & Garden Pilgrimage
    From the dentils that punctuate the roofline to the wide staircase leading upstairs, the home of Gretchen and A. Denis Clift is a classic. And it's in an Annapolis community where architecture is distinctive, gardens are gracious and century-old trees...
  • Louise Erdrich seeks justice

    "Small trees had attacked my parents' house at the foundation,” begins “The Round House,” Louise Erdrich's wise and suspenseful new novel. Bazil and Joe, a tribal judge and his 13-year-old son, work to pry loose the stalky shoots...