| Apr 9, 2012
For the 100th anniversary of the Titanic sinking, "Reader's Digest" compiled surprising bits of trivia and Titanic facts you've never heard of. David Noonan, National Affairs Editor of "Reader's Digest" will be here with a few of the facts.
| May 19, 2012
| 1:07 PM
Thousands of people converged on Harrisburg’s City Island to honor and pay tribute to men and women who have served our country as part of the national Armed Forces Day.
Steven Bosan, of Camp Hill, started serving in the military before Armed...
| Jun 8, 2012
| 3:42 PM
The endangered list keeps growing and growing: the California condor, the Asian elephant, the Texas courthouse... You read right.
This week, 70 Texas courthouses made the list of endangered sites put out by the National Trust of Historic Preservation....
| Jun 20, 2012
| 7:48 PM
Después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la fábula del sueño americano empezó a alimentar las aspiraciones de millones de inmigrantes ansiosos de prosperar en Estados Unidos. Para sorpresa de muchos, en la última década esa ilusión se ha vuelto cada vez...
| Jul 7, 2012
| 6:19 PM
Fourteen-year-old Carl Bradley sank long jump after long jump Saturday from the Xtreme Basketball Xhibition courts at Baltimore's African American Festival in a sweat-soaked gray T-shirt, while his former NBA star father, Dudley Bradley, hung out in the...
| Jul 10, 2012
| 2:58 PM
Joseph Patrick Byrne, founder and proprietor of J. Patrick's Irish Pub, a popular Locust Point tavern with a reputation as a venue for Irish music that went well beyond Baltimore, died Saturday of cancer at Harbor Hospital.
The former Cockeysville...
| Jan 16, 2012
| 12:20 PM
Four years ago, Drew Houston was just another super-smart hacker with ambitions of starting his own company.
He'd strap on headphones to block out everything but the endorphin rush as he cranked code late into the night on a new service that instantly...
| Jan 22, 2012
Rarely has a city been as in love with a shipping company as Rotterdam, Netherlands, is with the Holland America line.
So July 3, when the 1997 Rotterdam VI left the Netherlands' second-largest city for New York City, the Dutch turned out in force to...
| Feb 5, 2012
| 10:50 AM
County Councilman Jerry Walker plans to introduce a bill at Monday night's council meeting that would declare English the official language of Anne Arundel County.
The Gambrills Republican said the bill is the first in a series he plans to press that...
| Dec 26, 2011
100 Years Ago
A Look back at 1911
• Baseball was getting very popular, but airplanes were still thought of as just for racing and sport.
• Popular books in early 1900s were "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz," by Frank Baum, "Up From Slavery,"...
| Dec 26, 2011
| 2:51 PM
I am 87 years old and have witnessed much of history. In the 1930s, postage was 3 cents for a letter and 2 cents for a postcard. We also had two deliveries a day.
We could leave our doors unlocked and no one would enter. Teachers were respected by both...