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  • Sol Hirsch

    Sol Hirsch
    Sol Hirsch, a former National Weather Service forecaster whose career spanned three decades and in retirement became active in his community and synagogue, died Oct. 5 at his Pikesville home of complications from heart disease. He was 91.
  • U.S. troops take on invisible enemy in Liberia Ebola mission

    ROBERTS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Liberia (Reuters) - Marine pilot Captain Chris Legere has dropped troops into combat in Afghanistan and flown into Libya to evacuate U.S. embassy staff, but now he faces an enemy both silent and invisible: Ebola. Legere is...

    Inside the BRD: Poquoson, Lafayette open second half with battle for first place

    Inside the BRD: Poquoson, Lafayette open second half with battle for first place
    This isn't a midseason showdown for first place in Bay Rivers District football that many saw coming. Poquoson was picked seventh in the preseason and defending champion Lafayette was picked as the runaway winner. But a share or sole possession of first...

    Liberian leader brings money and hygiene message to Ebola's "hot zone"

    GANTA Liberia (Reuters) - Normally bustling with trucks carrying rubber, timber and other goods to and from Guinea, the streets of Ganta in Liberia's Ebola "hot zone" have fallen quiet since the bridge spanning the border was shut in August to try to halt...

    Exclusive: Liberian leader sees signs Ebola in decline but aid too slow

    GBARNGA Liberia (Reuters) - International aid to battle the Ebola epidemic in Liberia is arriving too slowly, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said on Wednesday, though she said there were early signs that the outbreak in her West African country might...