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  • No tornadoes confirmed after weekend storms

    No tornadoes confirmed after weekend storms
    Storms that passed through Maryland and Virginia on Saturday spawned six separate tornado warnings, including one in which a funnel cloud was spotted in Anne Arundel County, but none have been confirmed as tornadoes. That's according to a review of the...
  • The bloodiest day: The legacy of Antietam

    The bloodiest day: The legacy of Antietam
    One hundred fifty years ago today, two great armies clashed in a titanic struggle that would decide the fate of a nation. "Around a cornfield and a little white Dunker church, around a stone bridge and in a pasture lane worn by cow paths, surged a human...
  • Health officials consider increasing plastic surgery center oversight

    Health officials consider increasing plastic surgery center oversight
    Maryland health officials may ask state lawmakers for permission to oversee plastic surgery centers, a move inspired in part by the death of a Lochearn woman after liposuction. The state health department had already been considering whether to ask...
  • Adrian W. Rich, businessman

    Adrian W. Rich, businessman
    Adrian W. Rich, a retired Baltimore businessman and volunteer, died Aug. 29 of heart failure at Roland Park Place. The longtime Lutherville resident was 98. Adrian Warwick Rich was born in Graham, Va., which is now Bluefield, Va. He was a 1932 graduate...
  • Back Story: 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam

    Back Story: 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam
    On a sunny, humid day 150 Septembers ago, the fate of a nation seemingly converged at a diminutive rural Western Maryland village called Sharpsburg. There, 87,000 federal troops under the command of Union Gen. George Brinton McClellan met the...
  • Day Trip

    Day Trip
    Washington Mother's Day Tea at Tudor Place Celebrate Mother's Day with a view of the Potomac River at Tudor Place Historic House and Garden. The Georgetown mansion, formerly the home of George Washington's step-granddaughter, is set in more than 5 acres...
  • Death Valley sizzle

    Death Valley sizzle
    Summertime in Death Valley. Breathing hurts a little. The wind blows heavy like a hair dryer, burning our nostrils. The asphalt sizzles through the soles of our shoes. It's 120 degrees outside, our rented PT Cruiser tells us when we slide back inside....
  • Friday's heat was indeed record-setting

    Friday's heat was indeed record-setting
    It was so hot on Friday that the high temperature of 103 degrees at BWI Marshall Airport would have set a record on any other June day. But even though it didn't technically surpass the official high mark for Baltimore, it did break records. The record...
  • Sixth hospital-based domestic violence program added

    The state plans to open its sixth hospital-based domestic violence program in Hagerstown, officials said today. Other programs have been opened in Baltimore-area hospitals and this will be the first in Western Maryland, according to Lt. Gov. Anthony G....
  • Mack Trucks head to be on CBS' "Undercover Boss"

     
    Mack Trucks president and CEO Denny Slagle will go behind the scenes at three Mack Truck plants including the one in Lower Macungie Township on the hit CBS series “Undercover Boss” at 9 p.m. Sunday. According to a CBS press......
  • Mack Trucks CEO told to "slow down" on CBS's "Undercover Boss"

     
    It looks like a wild ride for Mack Trucks president and CEO Denny Slagle when he goes behind the scenes at three Mack Truck plants including the one in Lower Macungie Township on the hit CBS series “Undercover Boss” at......