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  • Learn more about Sellersville man's finds on NAtGeo's "Abandoned"

     
    Fans of National Geographic Channel's reality show "Abandoned" which stars Sellersville's Jay Chaikin can now find out more about the items Jay uncovers on a blog written by Jay's wife Ricki at the National geographic Channel web site. On the......
  • Visit a farm during Northampton County's Open Gate Tour

     
    Fall is the season when Northampton County farms open their gates to the public for one weekend so visitors can see greenhouses, farm animals and working dairies. The Open Gate Farm Tour will be held noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with 18 farms...
  • Recipe Finder: Cheese Pie

    Janet Powell from Oak Ridge, Tenn., was looking for the recipe for a cheese pie that both of her grandmothers made. She said that it was a dessert pie made with cottage cheese. Vivian Glover from Joppatowne sent in a cheese pie recipe that her best...
  • Three Rivers Teen Dies After Diving Accident

    Three Rivers Teen Dies After Diving Accident
    Adam Learn died from injuries he suffered when he dove into a pond at his home west of Three Rivers in Cass County. The 14-year-old boy took the fatal dive around 5:30 p.m. Monday at his home in Newberg Township near Corey Lake. Adam, along with two...
  • Catonsville's power source took turn for worse in 1911

    An article in the June 17, 1911 edition of The Argus reported on a blackout in Catonsville. Catonsville was in darkness for several hours Monday night owing to the water wheel of the Baltimore County Water and Electric Company being broken at its power...
  • A signal only solution for slowing traffic on South Rolling Road

    Wasting money on decorative brick crosswalks is not going to solve the traffic/speed problem on Rolling Road ("Rolling Road work may get on a fast track," Catonsville Times, June 22). Baltimore County might as well not do anything and not waste taxpayer...
  • Our Laguna: City awash in glorious food and beverages

    More than 800 folks wined and dined at the five major events of the inaugural Laguna Beach a la Carte, not to mention all the people who partook in prix-fixe menus and other specials at 28 local eateries. Laguna Beach Visitors and Conference Bureau...
  • Recipe Finder: Country Pie

    Bonnie Conrad from Pasadena was searching for an old recipe called "Country Kitchen Pie." She said the recipe was on the back of a box of Minute Rice during the 1960s and had ground beef as the crust and rice and cheese as the filling. This must have been...
  • Kyra Sedgwick says thank yew to 'The Closer' fans

    Kyra Sedgwick says thank yew to 'The Closer' fans
    As TNT gets ready to air the final six episodes of "The Closer"Monday night, series star Kyra Sedgwick says an emotional goodbye to the cast, crew and fans in a behind-the-scenes video. In the video from TNT, Sedgwick offers her thoughts on leaving...
  • Electrical fires spark blackout as 1912 arrives in Catonsville

    An article in the Jan. 6, 1912 edition of The Argus reported on the ominous start for the new year. The greater part of Catonsville was in total darkness Sunday night on account of the grounding of the electric current supplying the lights, caused by the...
  • Albert Reymann, engineer

    Albert Reymann, engineer
    Albert C. Reymann, a retired Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory mechanical engineer who led a team that helped create the forerunner of the global navigation and positioning systems in use today, died Monday of heart disease at Gilchrist Center...