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Two men who trashed a historic farmhouse near the Appalachian Trail are headed to state prison to serve lengthy sentences, due to their long criminal pasts. At 22, Ronald C. Ulmer is already what is known as a repeat felony offender, a classification...
Tags: Judges, Theft, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers
email@example.comGenevieve “Genny” Wagner had many passions — her family, the church, music and swimming. Her days were filled with volunteering at St. Ann Catholic Church, water aerobics at the Hagerstown YMCA and attending practices with the many...
Mark Twain noticed that a cat that sits on a hot stove once will never sit on it again. But, he said, it won’t sit on a cold stove, either. Politics is different, because in politics we discover the opposite extreme is true. Having sat on a hot...
CHARLESTON, S.C. -- As the reporter said to the novelist: Why bother to make stuff up? For stories and characters, one needs only a pair of walking shoes in this city, where recent attentions have turned to two salacious stories. One concerns a murder-...
Tags: Government, Jenny Sanford, David Vitter, Elections, U.S. Senate
WASHINGTON -- Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford’s comeback try encountered severe turbulence Wednesday when the National Republican Congressional Committee withdrew its financial support less than three weeks before a special election for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal law enforcement officials stressed Tuesday the public’s role in reporting suspicious activity and talked about what was being done locally in the wake of Monday’s bombings near the Boston Marathon finish line. The bombs, which were...
After protesting at a nearby coal plant in 2008 and becoming discouraged with his own dependence on unsustainable energy, Charles County Commissioner Ken Robinson decided to build a wind generator on his coastal property and get off the grid. He became...
South Mountain Recreation Area rangers and Potomac Appalachian Trail Club members invite trail lovers to join them in taking care of Maryland’s section of the Appalachian Trail on Saturday, June 1, in celebration of National Trails Day. Volunteers...
Change of SubjectBy Jessica Reynolds Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner wants to be New York City's next mayor, he admitted in an interview with New York Times Magazine. Weiner's political committee has already spent $100,000 on research and polling to see......
"What's the second paragraph?" That is my boilerplate response when someone suggests a column idea to me. "Yeah. Right. But where do I go from there?" Not every topic is worth 700 words. So, today I will offer a few words on recent headlines in the...
The Baltimore SunGov. Martin O'Malley has thrown some weight behind electing Elizabeth Colbert Busch, sister of comedian and political satirist Stephen Colbert, to Congress. O'Malley is the only governor on a list of more than 30 high-profile Democrats hosting a Colbert...
If there is a single work that captures the essence of America in sound and movement, it's "Appalachian Spring," the ballet with music by Aaron Copland and choreography by Martha Graham that premiered in 1944 at the Library of Congress. Although the...
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