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  • Maryland Live fake poker chip scheme leads to charges against couple

    Maryland Live fake poker chip scheme leads to charges against couple
    The Northern Virginia couple throwing down $100 tokens at Maryland Live casino last month may have looked like aspiring high-rollers, but police say they were gambling with fake chips. Maryland State Police have charged a husband and wife from Annandale,...
  • Wine PressTown Point Wine Competition awards announced

      During Virginia Wine Month, the 22nd Annual Town Point Virginia Wine Competition was held Oct. 11 at  the Town Point Club in downtown Norfolk . Though this competition is not connected with the Town Point Wine Festival, which will be held Saturday,...
  • Maryland casinos' June revenue reaches $66.5 million

    Maryland casinos' June revenue reaches $66.5 million
    Maryland's four casinos took in about $66.5 million in revenue in June, capping a fiscal year in which they far exceeded expectations, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Friday. Even with stiff competition from more established...
  • Ragdale opens doors to artists, its art to public

    Ragdale opens doors to artists, its art to public
    Novelist Lise Haines is scheduled to arrive at O'Hare this afternoon. She will then spend the night with relatives, and Monday will make her way to north suburban Lake Forest and a place called Ragdale and begin a creative adventure. Haines is a child...
  • Harford County seniors graduate, ready for the next step

    They've waited 13 years for this day to finally come – Graduation Day. For the hundreds of members of the Class of 2013 in Harford's public and private schools, it's the end to 13 years of hard work and the beginning of something new, whether it...
  • Tony Awards Nominations Tuesday: The Guessing Game

    Now for some fearless predictions in advance of Tuesday's 8:30 a.m. announcement of the Tony Award nominations: Best play: The Nance, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Lucky Guy, The Assembled Parties,  Best revival of a play: The Trip to...
  • First call of "Taps"

    First call of "Taps"
    It’s just 24 notes sounded on a bugle — and it lasts only 50 to 60 seconds all told. Yet no piece of music is more widely known in America than the strains of “Taps” — or more deeply felt. When the plaintive call was...
  • Town Point wine competition winners announced

    Town Point wine competition winners announced
    The 2011 Viognier produced by Annefield Vineyards was named Best in Show at the Town Point Virginia Wine Competition held last week in Norfolk. Located in Charlotte County about 110 miles southwest of Charlottesville, Annefield Vineyards is owned by...
  • William L. Hanna

    William L. Hanna of Damariscotta, ME, formerly of Foxboro, MA, passed away February 9, 2013, at the age of 91. He was predeceased by his wife of 70 years, Anita. He is survived by his brother, James, of Huntington Beach, CA, and his family; sons,...
  • Softball | Tribune/WGN-TV Preps Plus Athlete of the Month: Oak Forest's Emily Naegele

    Softball | Tribune/WGN-TV Preps Plus Athlete of the Month: Oak Forest's Emily Naegele
    First she was sick. Then she was hurt. Mononucleosis prevented Emily Naegele from playing much basketball for Oak Forest last winter. A broken middle finger on her right hand put the bulk of her softball season in doubt. "At first they said I had to...
  • Maryland's new mortgage delinquencies improve

    The share of Maryland homeowners newly behind on mortgage payments fell to the lowest level for March in four years — an important milestone because the state's new-delinquency figure is now better than its pre-crisis average. Just under 3...