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10 a.m., the Maryland Department of Transportation was reporting no major incidents on local roadways. However, there are two disabled vehicles reported in Anne Arundel County on southbound I-97 one at Hawkins Road, and another at Veterans Highway.
Lois Noffsinger Spurrier never intended to publish "Ming and The Magic Kite."...It wasn't until she was preparing to move from her Frederick home that she discovered a printed version of the story and decided to look into publishing it. "It was a
The only other Orioles product in the top 100 is Double-A Bowie lefty Eduardo Rodriguez , who participated in the All-Star Futures Game earlier this month...Here's a look at MLB.com's top 20 Orioles prospects (preseason rank in parentheses): 1...
Ethan Saylor simply wanted to see a movie one more time. The Frederick, Md., man had just watched "Zero Dark Thirty" in a theater inside a mall and wanted to see it again. Saylor, 26, had Down syndrome a genetic disorder that impairs physical growth
Harford County woman brutally murdered in 1981 were outraged Thursday as they heard a Frederick County judge set a $500,000 bail and schedule a hearing to open a new trial for a man twice convicted of killing her and her boyfriend. "Congratulations
But it's the routine he'll be taking a break from that has helped elevate Rodriguez from a skinny mixture of promise and arm speed to the organization's top pitching prospect not named Bundy or Gausman. Ryan Minor, who managed Rodriguez at High-A
Kait Vosswinkel \n USA Cycling national championships take over Madison\'s Capitol Square Sunday \n \n by Kait Vosswinkel \n on Monday 07/08/2013 10:55 am \n \n Madison\'s Capitol Square is a popular destination for weekend bicyclists, but the two-
Md. (AP) Two parents of fifth-grade students at a Frederick elementary school say their children have been bullied and the school hasn't taken the incidents seriously enough. The mother of one child says her daughter was dragged by the hair by two
The judge in the Aurora theater shooting case is prepared to summon the largest jury pool ever called in Colorado if the case goes to trial. The 5,000 summonses that Judge Carlos Samour said this week he intends to send out to prospective jurors
The long tradition of ginseng hunting in the U.S. can be traced from Daniel Boone, the folk hero frontiersman, to Glenn Miller, a retired concrete inspector. Ginseng, a medicinal herb long revered in China, has become a hot energy-drink ingredient