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Maryland WeatherSoppy as it's been this Tuesday morning, the rainfall we've seen here in Central Maryland from these storm systems - a half-inch or less - can't compare to what they've reported from the Eastern Shore and Southern Maryland.The heaviest rain......
Associated PressSALISBURY, Md. -- Authorities on Maryland's Eastern Shore say they have found the body of a missing girl near the Delaware state line after a search by thousands of volunteers. Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis said at a Friday evening news conference...
A 28-year-old woman who was slightly injured when her Honda Accord hit a Cadillac Escalade driven by Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps in Baltimore's Mid-Town Belvedere neighborhood is to be charged with running a red light, a city police spokesman...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the outside, the new brick classroom building at St. Mary's College looks much like the other Colonial-style structures on the riverfront campus of this small, historic liberal-arts school. But inside, Goodpaster Hall represents something very...
Baltimore City Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS), 301 Stockholm St., Baltimore. - Open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday and until 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. - The adoption fee for dogs and cats is $65; includes spaying or neutering, initial...
Sun StaffRecord-keeping problems could cost Baltimore's school system at least $12.2 million - and perhaps millions more - as federal auditors examine the spending of Medicaid dollars earmarked for special-education students. The $12.2 million represents about...
A soldier who was raised in Salisbury has died of injuries suffered in Iraq, the Pentagon said yesterday. Spc. Eric T. Caldwell, 22, died Sunday in Iraq after his patrol encountered enemy small-arms fire north of Baghdad, said his uncle, Melvin "M.J."...
Sun StaffBeneath deceptively clear, blue skies, Marylanders pushed their preparations for Hurricane Isabel yesterday, securing homes, businesses and boats, and rushing their harvests to beat the heavy rains and gales expected tomorrow. Isabel, which had packed...
Associated PressFirst lady Kendel Ehrlich, in a fiery speech to Republican supporters on the lower Eastern Shore, joined her husband's public fight against newspapers, saying they "lie" and "need to be punished." As the guest speaker at the Lower Shore's Lincoln Day...
Sun StaffDelaware officials said they found no new cases of the potentially devastating avian influenza yesterday - but that was little comfort to farmers in the poultry-intensive Delmarva peninsula, who are isolating themselves in an effort to keep their...
Sun ColumnistThis is the first in a series of stories about restaurants around the state that help define their communities. HEBRON - Chances are excellent that in any given week every resident of this town, population 806, has eaten at the Hebron Family Restaurant -...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Vehicles, New York, Groton
Sun StaffIn one awful span of five days, messengers in crisp dress uniforms have brought the war in Iraq to Maryland's doorstep, delivering grim news to the families of four slain soldiers. Their faces - smiling, or stoic, too young all of them - are haunting in...
Tags: Homes, Defense, Television, U.S. Army, Hospitals and Clinics
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