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  • Photos allowed on White House tour after four-decade prohibition

    WASHINGTON Now you can take selfies on the White House tour. Visitors strolling through the executive mansion will be allowed to take photos for the first time in more than four decades. First Lady Michelle Obama announced the policy change, effective...
  • Community news for Enfield edition

    Enfield Lions Club donates to ACC veterans ENFIELD - The Enfield Lions Club had another successful fundraiser and were able to again donate a check for veterans attending classes at Asnuntuck Community College. Pictured is James Lombella, president of...
  • In 'historic step,' Obama announces full diplomatic relations with Cuba

    WASHINGTON Casting aside more than a half century of hostilities, President Barack Obama announced Wednesday that the United States and Cuba would restore full diplomatic relations and open respective embassies on July 20. Speaking in the White House...
  • Urban Kids Fishing Derby connects black community to the sport

    Edward Johnson, 2, stared seriously at the small panfish he had just caught and marveled at something he had never seen before. Participating in the Urban Kids Fishing Derby on June 20, he caught his first fish, and he was clearly fascinated by the...
  • Torresson wins record kayak tournament

    Torresson wins record kayak tournament
    Carl Torresson topped a tournament-record fleet of 170 kayaks Saturday to win the Extreme Kayak Fishing Summer Slam Part 1 out of Pompano Beach. Torresson caught two kingfish weighing a total of 40.5 pounds to win the $4,000 top prize plus another $3,...
  • Senior Announcements

    O'Malley Senior Center The O'Malley Senior Activity Center, 1275 Odenton Road, Odenton, will offer the following programs in July: July 6—Van trip to Houlihan's Restaurant in Gambrills at 11 a.m. Advance sign up is required. July 7—Danny...
  • DC stop of Pope Francis trip includes White House, Congress

    Pope Francis will spend 48 hours in Washington during a September visit, stopping at both the White House and Congress on his first trip to the United States as pope, the Vatican announced Tuesday. Francis will arrive in Washington from Cuba the...
  • Change of plans leads Libertyville's Ben Kimpler to Miami (Ohio) football

    Change of plans leads Libertyville's Ben Kimpler to Miami (Ohio) football
    Ben Kimpler made an abrupt change in plans that had a big impact on his future. The Libertyville senior defensive end gave a verbal commitment to Miami (Ohio) on June 28. Kimpler wasn't expecting to announce his college selection over the weekend, but...
  • Low-income kids soar on summer trips abroad

     Low-income kids soar on summer trips abroad
    Growing up in Englewood, 18-year-old Lawon Pace spent his free time playing video games inside his family's three-bedroom apartment because he knew it wasn't safe on the street. When he did go outside, he said, "I always walked with somebody," and he...
  • Memorial Hall: built for vets, with tours and resources for all

    Sunday, June 28, marked the last day of the tour season at Memorial Hall, located at the corner of Main and Elm streets in Windsor Locks. Tours are conducted from 1 to 4 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month, except for July and August. Memorial Hall,...
  • Baltimore living column: A newfound appreciation for family vacations

    Baltimore living column: A newfound appreciation for family vacations
    Within the glorious summer tradition that is vacation, the subset of family vacations tends to get stuck with a rather cheesy reputation. The term can conjure images of tourist traps, fanny packs full of sunscreen, souvenir T-shirts and screaming...