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Sun reporterLexington Park // From his office window here, Todd Morgan can see how the Pentagon's periodic shuffling of military bases has changed the face and pace of rural St. Mary's County. The large white-walled complex where Morgan works brims with the...
When his longtime physician retired, Southern Maryland lawmaker Thomas "Mac" Middleton faced a predicament: The senator needed a new doctor but couldn't find one who was taking new patients. "I had to go through three different doctor groups before...
Sun reporterA Senate committee voted almost unanimously yesterday to advance a bill seeking to ban slots-like video gambling machines that have proliferated throughout Maryland, setting the stage for the full Senate to take up the measure today. The committee...
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Sun reporterMany of the electronic gambling machines that have proliferated across the state in recent months are illegal, according to an opinion released by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's office Monday. Some, however, are still operating within the law...
As the sun rose over the Atlantic in the early hours of April 15, 2003, an Ocean City police officer pulled his squad car into the parking lot near the inlet that separates Assateague Island from the carnival rides of the boardwalk. He had been sent there...
sun reporterAs a boy, Matthew P. Wallace built forts - in his front yard, down the street from his home in Lexington Park, at the beach, dreaming always of becoming a soldier, his family said. He enlisted in the Army in February 2004 and was sent to Iraq in...
Sun ReporterLawyers for The Sun will argue today in a Richmond, Va., courtroom that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. had no constitutional right to forbid state officials from speaking with two of the paper's journalists, and that the ban was a violation of the First...
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Sun StaffMaryland will become the focus of the volatile national debate on gay rights today, as a Baltimore Circuit Court judge hears arguments challenging the state's prohibition of same-sex marriages. On the eve of the legal fight over whether Maryland's...
During the late summer of 1918, Americans were gripped by news from the European front as World War I neared its end. They didn't dream that a larger, more deadly battle would soon be fought on U.S. soil. The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed about 500,...
Sun StaffLAS VEGAS - Steve Dannenmann, an Anne Arundel accountant, has a strategy for winning the World Series of Poker main event. It involves riding only in cabs whose serial number ends in an even digit, taking the same route from his hotel to the Rio All-...
Sun reporterLori Ann Lewis-Rivera was the shy little girl with fine blond hair, the teenager who didn't use profanity, the young woman absorbed in mystery novels and, finally, a 25-year-old nanny thousands of miles from home. She was Marion and Jo Lewis' daughter,...
Sun ReporterThe night sky is missing. It hasn't fallen, exactly. But, for most of us, it most definitely has dropped out of our lives.Urban light pollution and our reluctance to go outside at night and look up have left many of us estranged from the star-spangled...
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