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  • 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...
  • Letter: Safety measures failing for students in Catonsville

    Happy New Year to all! I am writing with major concerns about South Rolling Road. I know this has been a topic for several years now. I am a concerned parent of two high school students who attend Catonsville High School. Every morning, I choose to...
  • Dining Out in the Lehigh Valley

    AMERICAN 1741 ON THE TERRACE, Hotel Bethlehem, 437 Main St., Bethlehem, 610-625-2226, http://www.hotelbethlehem.com APOLLO GRILL 85 W. Broad St., Bethlehem, 610-865-9600, http://www.apollogrill.com APPLEWOOD GRILLE, 2016 Applewood Dr., Orefield, 610-...
  • Metropolitan Boulevard is only solution to Rolling Road traffic problem

    Kudos to Frances Oldfield and her letter ("Signal seen as only solution to slow Rolling Road traffic," Catonsville Times, July 13). As a longtime resident on South Newburg Avenue, I absolutely concur with her assessment of the traffic problems that exist....
  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Amy Joy Warthen, 27, of the 1900 block of Fletcher Road, was arrested on two bench warrants Tuesday in cases in which she was charged with trespassing and second-degree escape....
  • 100 Years Ago: Water and mud impede traffic flow on Catonsville street

    Water woes in the area were noted in an article in the Sept. 2, 1911, edition of The Argus, which reported that storms had slowed progress on a busy Catonsville street. The heavy rains during the week have played havoc with the improvements of Newburg...
  • U.S. Army Field Band was to perform free concert at Catonsville High in 1961

    An article in the Nov. 2, 1961, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian heralded a concert by a world-renowned group of musicians. The Catonsville Senior High Park Project has announced that for the first time, the U.S. Army Field Band of...
  • Hialeah DE Corey Lemonier schedules visit with Seminoles and remains wide open

    Corey Lemonier's decision-making process that will lead him to his college choice begins in two weeks at Tallahassee and a visit to the Seminoles the weekend of the Labor Day game with Miami. Lemonier, a 6-foot-5, 225-pound defensive end at Hialeah...
  • The first suppers: A tradition of inaugural meals

    The first suppers: A tradition of inaugural meals
    Barack Obama will be sworn into office on Tuesday -- just weeks before the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth. Obama's inaugural theme, "A New Birth of Freedom," has, fittingly, been drawn from his fellow Illinoisan's Gettysburg Address, and he's...
  • Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking

    Chefs Thomas Keller and Mark Peel take on home cooking
    Thomas Keller's Catalan beef stew is a spectacular, meaty dish of tender short ribs, fennel, fingerling potatoes and leeks, savory with the addition of oil-cured Spanish olives, fragrant with orange peel, garnished with fennel fronds and finished with...
  • Crib warnings missed before recall

    Crib warnings missed before recall
    At first, Susan and Robert Cirigliano were thrilled when they learned of Delta Enterprise's October recall of 1.6 million cribs. Finally, they thought, the company was acknowledging the death of their 6-month-old son in a Delta baby bed. Bobby Cirigliano...