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Shirtless, hair flowing, legs pumping, Dr. Theodore Houk is a familiar sight running along North Charles Street on his twice-daily, 5.5-mile trek between his Lutherville home and his job at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. "You always see him out...
Before it became "The Wall That Ate Some Cars," it was just a stone wall on Mulligans Hill Lane, bracing a 20-foot-high embankment — stalwart as the steep hills that give Ellicott City's historic district much of its character. Then in early...
The Hartford CourantThe state's largest electric utility is filing its receipts for reimbursement. Connecticut Light & Power sent more than 600 pages of documents to regulators Thursday, launching its case for repayment of $414 million the utility said it spent on five...
Tags: Northeast Utilities, Halloween
Homeowners will see increases in the rates they pay for flood insurance soon, if they haven't already, with owners of vacation homes seeing the biggest jump. But that isn't reason enough to drop coverage. Flood insurance is one of the best deals going....
Tags: FEMA, Natural Disasters, Floods, Insurance
Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesPowerful blizzard Nemo — predicted to be the biggest winter storm in a century in some cities — was bringing ......
The Baltimore SunI'm not keen on anthropomorphizing nature, a tendency best left to nineteenth-century poets: Shelley, Wordsworth, that element. So I grit my teeth and endure the National Weather Service's practice of naming tropical storms and hurricanes. It's a well-...
Gwen Darwin McDade, a retired architect who worked on the Johns Hopkins medical campus and later designed structures for the State Highway Administration, died of heart disease Saturday at his Glen Arm home. He was 87. Born in Verona, Pa., he was the son...
Sun SentinelBill Proenza said fighting to ensure forecasts are as accurate as possible and speaking his mind has gotten him into trouble again. This time, he was fired as a top manager for the National Weather Service. Proenza, 68, was ousted as National...
The Chesapeake Bay is showing increased resilience in the face of natural and man-made abuses, though it's still seriously impaired, according to the latest official report on the regional restoration effort. The annual "Bay Barometer" released...
The Hartford CourantSpecial to the Courant Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson sat in his office staring at his iPad on Dec. 14 2012, watching coverage of a school shooting 30 miles away. Like countless others, he was engrossed in the story, following the chilling details for...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERThe Somerset County commissioners signed a contract Tuesday to receive $741,261 in community development funds for 2012 projects. The process was delayed by five months mainly because of fiscal uncertainty at the federal level, according to Somerset...
As the worst storm in recent Connecticut history started to tear through the northeast in late October, the inevitable happened: authorities closed the Merritt Parkway. Like the two major weather events before Hurricane Sandy — the tropical...
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Dec 18, 2012 |Story| WTXX-LTV
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