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Sometimes I wonder how the human race was able to survive for 50,000 years without having access to worldwide, uninterrupted cellphone service. I guess we were just plain lucky — at least to hear the cellphone companies tell it. For example, how...
Mary Catherine Corderman, 94, died Dec. 31, 2011, at Calvert Manor Healthcare Center, Rising Sun, Md. Born Oct. 20, 1917, in Big Pool, Md., she was the daughter of Clarence A. and Anna V. Frush. She is survived by her children, Ann C. Helton and...
KIAHMore proof that America’s economy is going down the toilet. The Washington Monument took a big blow when that 5.8 quake hit last August. The damage cost? $15 million! But Congress, going for broke, could only dish out $7.5 million leaving the...
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Lately in Mount Vernon, especially in the vicinity of the Washington Monument, there's the faint but unmistakably syrupy aroma of barbecue in the air. Follow the trail and you'll find yourself at an unexpected place — the Midtown Yacht Club. The...
If Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's decision to strip City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young of his tickets to a Ravens playoff game didn't make it clear enough, the list of those who have been invited to share the city skybox this season confirms...
Scientists say there is no link between a controversial natural gas drilling technique and the Virginia earthquake that rattled the East Coast in August. “Let’s be very clear: fracking did not cause the Virginia earthquake,” said...
The annual lighting of the Washington Monument on Mount Vernon Square took place on Thursday. It was a perfect December night for it: clear and crisp with a holiday feeling. Many years my husband and I have gone. This year we stayed put at home and...
Tags: Mount Vernon, Roland Park
The Baltimore SunIf you show up early for the Thursday night's lighting of the Washington Monument, say at 5:30 p.m., you'll have couple of hours to spend on Mount Vernon before they actually light the thing. If choral music makes you hungry, don't worry. This year'...
Fireworks lit up Mount Vernon Place, the sound of choirs echoed off townhouses and laser lights illuminated the chilly air Thursday evening for the 40th annual lighting of Baltimore's Washington Monument. "The fireworks this year were the best. They were...
email@example.comA Masonic apron given to George Washington in 1784 by the Marquis de Lafayette was the guest of honor Sunday at the 200th birthday celebration of the local Masonic lodge. The apron came home for a day. It decorated a wall in the upstairs meeting room of...
NEWS7 MeteorologistFor the first time in over a century, a rare, and strong earthquake shook the eastern United States in August, rattling buildings and nerves. Since earthquakes are uncommon in Virginia, the 5.8 magnitude earthquake left many stunned. It's WDBJ's...
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