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The Hartford CourantDrive along the Berlin Turnpike, and you're inundated with a plethora of fast-food and franchise dining options. But tucked in between are a few restaurants that stand on their own, and the newest addition in that comfortable home-style category is...
Ten Baltimore area post offices are at risk of closing. They are among 41 in Maryland and 3,700 nationwide that the Postal Service says it can no longer afford to operate, either because they don't have enough patrons or are located near another post...
KTUU.comTwo Fort Wainwright soldiers were killed Sunday morning and seven others wounded by the detonation of an improvised explosive device in southern Afghanistan. The Army identified the two soldiers as Master Sgt. Kenneth B. Elwell and Pfc. Tyler M....
PIX11.comWe've had actor Eric Balfour on our show a couple of times and each appearance he is full of personality--and this time was no different. During his latest visit, he went one-on-one with PIX11's Sukanya Krishnan and the two experienced a little love...
Soteria House was supposed to be a safe place. The sprawling green multiplex on Doris Street was designed to be a respite from psychiatric wards and institutions; a chance for young people diagnosed with serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia to...
NEW YORK — The innkeeper wore a Mets cap. He skidded his bike to a stop, removed his backpack, threw the bike's frame over his shoulder and trudged up the granite steps of the townhouse. It was raining, and from behind the wrought-iron doors we...
Tags: Carnegie Hill, Woody Allen, Blueberries, Vermont, New York City
CTW FeaturesOverwhelmed by the many (expensive!) details that go into mapping out a wedding and trying to figure out what to prioritize? Here, a bridal editor, wedding planner and real bride each share the top three things they think matter most – other than...
Tags: Photography, Family, Disc Jockeys, Marriage, Weddings
For a little over a century, starting with the end of the Revolutionary War, Maryland craftsmen were producing some of the finest home furnishings anywhere. Inlaid bellflower furniture, painted furniture, repousse silver, case clocks and other goods...
Congress may find it impossible to agree on funding priorities, but 200 men in blue blazers and white slacks recently joined forces in Newport Beach to raise $60,000 benefiting the annual Balboa Bay Club & Resort's 1221 Club Scholarship Fund. The 17th...
News DirectorThe 2000-mile long Appalachian Trail (AT) is the longest continuous footpath in North America and stretches from Georgia to Maine. An estimated three million hikers traverse its entire length or portions of it annually. Between all that foot traffic and...
Growing up, Angela Showalter was no stranger to the harsh realities that come with being a foster child. The wife of Orioles manager Buck Showalter can remember the times when her family would take care of a couple of foster children from time to time...
Tags: Mental Health, Maryland, Buck Showalter, North Carolina, Georgia
DEC. 19, 1928-AUG. 11, 2011 Jean DeVore Calhoun, 82, of Hagerstown, passed away Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011, at her home, surrounded by her beloved family. Born Dec. 19, 1928, in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of the late Austin Bryan and Leona...
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