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Mountain Lake Park Chautauqua celebrates historic spirituality, science, song

Mountain Lake Park, MD — A century ago – when the automobile of choice was the Model T – Americans who wanted to travel any distance usually opted to journey by rail. One popular destination for many seeking relief from […]

Cards which annouced the Mt. Park Camp Meeting Association's Camp Meeting Season were on display in the Mountain Park Lake Museum during Chautauqua, Then & Now. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Mountain Lake Park Chautauqua celebrates historic spirituality, science, song

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Mountain Lake Park, MD — A century ago – when the automobile of choice was the Model T – Americans who wanted to travel any distance usually opted to journey by rail. One popular destination for many seeking relief from […]

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Keith Mills is getting the local hero treatment for his legendary sportscasting career

BALTIMORE – Keith Mills slips out of daily sportscasting now, to the sound of affectionate cheers from the bleachers. He’s getting the hero treatment as a pro who never had

Oh Manny, be gentle on the Orioles

BALTIMORE – Now comes that moment when the gods of baseball pour salt into the wounds of the Baltimore Orioles. The year’s not embarrassing enough? Now Manny Machado’s coming

Masked police officials attend a demonstartion in this photo from Reflections: A Brief History of Looking at Ourselves at the Maryland Historical Society.

‘Reflections’ links past to present at Maryland Historical Society

Masked police officials attend a demonstration in a gripping image from Reflections: A Brief History of Looking at Ourselves. (courtesy Maryland Historical Society) Baltimore -- In a world where we

Keep Preakness in Baltimore? Don’t bet on it

(Preakness screenshot from YouTube and Preakness Stakes twitter account.) BALTIMORE – They should have played Auld Lang Syne after War of Will galloped across the finish line here Saturday to

2019 Preakness: War of Will Wins the Second Leg of the Triple Crown

The 144th Preakness Stakes, the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown and the signature race in the state of Maryland was celebrated by 131,256 guests. The total handle

Charm city is at crossroads but hope is still alive

BALTIMORE – This city has come to a crossroads in its history, and not only because a new mayor has arrived with the old one disgraced and forced from

Mayor Pugh says she is ‘sorry for the harm’ and resigns

BALTIMORE — Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned Thursday afternoon amid a growing scandal over her sales of children's books to entities that do business with the city. At a news conference,

Why should Mayor Pugh be the only one to pay the price?

BALTIMORE —  The most nervous people in town right now should be the enablers of Mayor Catherine Pugh. The FBI and the IRS are pursuing the mayor, raiding two Pugh

Mayor Pugh’s home raided by FBI, IRS; Hogan calls for her resignation

BALTIMORE — Agents from the FBI and the IRS raided the home of Baltimore’s embattled mayor along with City Hall Thursday morning as an investigation into the embattled city leader’s

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