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  • Playing Maryland 'absolutely special' for Michigan's Blake Countess, a Reisterstown native

    Texts were exchanged last week, friendly trash talk between Michigan cornerback Blake Countess and some of his former teammates in advance of Saturday's game between Maryland and the Wolverines. The game has added meaning for Countess, a Reisterstown...
  • Soapstone Mountain Has A Perfect View, No Matter The Season

    Soapstone Mountain Has A Perfect View, No Matter The Season
    For some, the best time to climb to the top of a mountain is in the spring, when the trees are first budding and the warm winds begin to make a dent in the snowpack. For others, the best time is a hot summer day or crisp autumn morning in the middle of...
  • Why Iraqi army can't fight, despite $25 billion in U.S. aid, training

    Hussein Shehab knew things were going badly when he spotted the Iraqi police pickup trucks. They were flying the black flag of Islamic State fighters, who were driving the vehicles straight toward him and his fellow Iraqi security force soldiers. It was...
  • Over 900 Pounds Of Baked Goods Donated To Enfield Cookies For Camouflage Drive

    Over 900 Pounds Of Baked Goods Donated To Enfield Cookies For Camouflage Drive
    ENFIELD – Over 900 pounds of donations were collected Sunday in the fifth annual Cookies for Camouflage campaign. Cookies for Camouflage was started by Enfield Hooah, a military support web site run by Enfield resident Lori Gates. Organizers...
  • An epic stream of American war horses and mules flowed from World War I Newport News

    An epic stream of American war horses and mules flowed from World War I Newport News
    Two months after the United States entered World War I in April 1917, the Army selected its principal ports of embarkation for sending a massive expeditionary force to Europe. Writing in a June 20 memorandum to the chief of staff, Quartermaster Gen....
  • Inside The Lab: The Race To Create An Ebola Vaccine

    Inside The Lab: The Race To Create An Ebola Vaccine
    MERIDEN — Rick Chubet paces from machine to machine inside a clean, white lab at Protein Sciences. The vaccine scientist pulls up to a monitor displaying fresh results from a test. Two lines, one blue, one red, cut across a graph. He walks to...
  • Dredging Conowingo Dam won't save the bay

    Dredging Conowingo Dam won't save the bay
    In a world of competing policy priorities, there is one policy objective that seems to generate more agreement than any other — we must protect the Chesapeake Bay. To do so requires good science, and recently we acquired some. The U.S. Army...
  • Community honors veterans at two annual ceremonies

    Veterans were on the minds of everyone who took part in ceremonies throughout Boynton Beach recently. The city of Boynton Beach and Tom Kaiser of the Boynton Veterans Association had their annual memorial ceremonies at the Veterans Memorial Park, 411 N....
  • Ruppersberger nearing end of 12-year run on House intel committee

    Ruppersberger nearing end of 12-year run on House intel committee
    When Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger joined the House committee that oversees the nation's intelligence agencies, Osama bin Laden was still alive, Edward Snowden was still in college and the government's response to the threat of cyber attacks was still...
  • 'Fury' should top 'Gone Girl' at box office this weekend

    'Fury' should top 'Gone Girl' at box office this weekend
    The World War II film "Fury" probably won't tank at the box office this weekend. Brad Pitt's latest action flick is on track to gross up to $30 million, putting it ahead of two-time box-office winner "Gone Girl," according to people who have seen pre-...
  • CDC recommends looser Ebola monitoring than state quarantines for health workers

    The federal government announced new guidelines Monday for monitoring healthcare workers returning from West Africa that are far less restrictive than the quarantines that some states put in place for aid workers at risk of contracting Ebola. The...