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  • Busch gets new ride with Phoenix Racing

    Busch gets new ride with Phoenix Racing
    Kurt Busch has a new ride. Busch, who became one of NASCAR's most polarizing figures this past season, will return to the Sprint Cup series in 2012 to drive the No. 51 car for Phoenix Racing and owner James Finch. Busch told The Associated Press that...
  • Model trains create popular attraction at Bedford Museum

    Model trains create popular attraction at Bedford Museum
    Is your family stuck at home with nothing to do this week? A group in Bedford wants to get your kids off the couch, and get them excited about an old hobby. "I love trains, and I love people," said Wallace Post, a retired rail engineer and model train...
  • Getting a ducky start to the new year

    The illuminated duck will drop over Havre de Grace, Saturday, Dec. 31, with fireworks on the Havre de Grace Middle School grounds on Lewis Lane. Thank you Susquehanna Hose Company volunteers for continuing this tradition in Havre de Grace. Happy New Year...
  • Norman Reedus thanks fans for giving Daryl Dixon, 'The Walking Dead,' lots of love

    Norman Reedus thanks fans for giving Daryl Dixon, 'The Walking Dead,' lots of love
    Norman Reedus doesn't watch TV, so "The Walking Dead" star wasn't familiar with any of the characters his TV persona, Daryl Dixon, defeated in RedEye's Best TV Character Tournament over the past two weeks. On Wednesday, the zombie-killing Daryl...
  • On New Year's Eve, some Maryland towns will drop anything but a glittering ball

    On New Year's Eve, some Maryland towns will drop anything but a glittering ball
    New York City has its descending ball. Miami Beach has its giant orange. And Princess Anne has its stuffed muskrat. At midnight Saturday, the town of 2,400 people in Somerset County will become the latest in a line of Maryland communities — and...
  • Incorporating happiness into the workplace

    Incorporating happiness into the workplace
    Rarely do we associate the words "happiness" and "work." They're an unlikely pairing, like "squirrel" and "yummy" or "Kardashian" and "admirable." But because it's the new year and I'm feeling peppy and optimistic, let's connect those two nouns with a...
  • Opera AACC celebrates a decade of performance, training

    As Anne Arundel Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary, Opera AACC marks its own milestone as a company now in its 10th year. Founded by musician Douglas Brandt Byerly as artistic director, Opera AACC provides professional training for young...
  • Remarkable Woman: Christine Sneed

    Remarkable Woman: Christine Sneed
    Christine Sneed has spent much of her life writing—short stories, mostly, and poetry. And for nearly 20 years, her rewards were small. Some were published in prestigious literary journals, but many more didn't make it. One short story, "Quality...
  • The Year of the Quitter: Why Stopping These Twelve Habits Will Make 2012 Your Best Year Yet

    The Year of the Quitter: Why Stopping These Twelve Habits Will Make 2012 Your Best Year Yet
    Overall, Americans are just plain exhausted—and it isn’t surprising. Society tells us (not very subtly, either) that we need to perform to a certain standard, look a certain way, weigh a certain number, make a certain amount of money, and much...
  • District sharpening policies amid Leko scandal

    Fallout from the Gabrielle Leko scandal continued this week, as the school board considers requiring La Caņada Unified employees to report any inappropriate conduct they witness between another employee and a student. Spurred by complaints that the La...
  • Walters exhibit has a touch of science

    Walters exhibit has a touch of science
    The Baltimore Sun Though the small statue with the greenish hue is nicknamed "The Modest Venus," she is anything but. It's true that the 10-inch figurine from the Italian Renaissance has one hand demurely covering her fig-leaf area, and the other held...