Catherine F. Birch
Catherine F. "Kitty" Birch, who managed a farm and was a former secretary of the Harford County Farm Bureau, died of congestive heart failure Dec. 3 at her daughter's East Petersburg, Pa., home. The longtime Norrisville resident was 95.
Top high school football single-game performances of 2014
MaxPreps presents the top individual statistical performances for the 2014 season based on statistics reported by coaches to MaxPreps. Only stats reported to our site are eligible for inclusion. Passing Yards Stat Star - Jorge Amaya (739 yds. passing & 5 TD) 273 views1:30 739 - Jorge Amaya, Hawkins (Los Angeles) 659 - Tucker Israel, Lake Nona (Orlando, Fla.) 655 - Keats Calhoon, Victory ...
Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, registered nurse
Mary L. "Weezie" Miller, a retired registered nurse who had worked for three decades as a head nurse in methadone maintenance programs, died Nov. 21 at Stella Maris Hospice of kidney failure. She was 92.
Tedeschi Trucks Band Add Tour Dates
Tedeschi Trucks Band have added three more dates to their early 2015 touring schedule. The group will now be making stops in Charleston, Pensacola and the Allman Brothers Band?s hometown of Macon, GA following their previously scheduled shows along the East Coast.
Review of 2014: Celebration and sadness as year ends
In the final part of Stephen McGinty?s look back at 2014, he focuses on the last quarter
Elgin Marbles could be loaned to Greece after Russia - providing they send them back
THE Elgin Marbles could be sent to Greece on loan - providing the authorities promise to return them to the British Museum, it has emerged today.
Bowl business: UAB misses out on postseason
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - The remaining 32 college football bowl matchups were set on Sunday following the announcement of the 'New Year's Six' participants. Despite the plethora of postseason games, six bowl-eligible programs were not given a bid, the most notable of which was UAB. UAB was eligible for a bowl for the first time since 2004 and was hoping to play one more time before ...
T-Mobile Wideband LTE Blows by the Competition in New York
T-Mobile today confirmed reported sightings of massive network speeds in recent days, announcing its Wideband LTE is now live throughout the greater New York City metro area.
Boys? basketball: 2014 holiday tournaments for the D.C. area
BOYS? BASKETBALL | Plenty of local teams are staying home during their holiday breaks, or playing close by in tournaments.
Donald N. Brooks, active church member
Donald N. Brooks, a longtime active member of Arlington Baptist Church, where he had served as dean of its Bible college for decades, died Thursday of pancreatic cancer at Loch Raven Veterans Administration Living and Rehabilitation Center. He was 87.