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County officer shot by suspect Had stopped pickup on Pulaski Highway
By Joan Jacobson and Jay Apperson | Joan Jacobson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writers Staff writer John W. Frece contributed to this report
Clinton gears up campaign for NAFTA ratification Trade pact goes to Congress Wednesday
By Carl M. Cannon | Carl M. Cannon,Washington Bureau
Federico Fellini, master of the surreal, dies at 73 Italian director had been in coma
By Stephen Hunter | Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic
A Straight Line Pointing Up to Calamity
By GEORGE F. WILL
It's all here: NFL, Barney and a use for your $1 bill
By ROGER SIMON
No decision made on B&D water Firm hopes to clean contamination
By Katherine Richards | Katherine Richards,Staff Writer
POLICE* Westminster: A Coca-Cola delivery truck driver...
FIRE* Eldersburg: Sykesville responded to a brush fire on...
FIRE* Harney: Harney assisted Adams County, Pa., for a...
FIRE* Mount Airy: Mount Airy assisted Howard County with a...
Detention center's budget request too high, Councilman Gray says Corrections officials defend need for greater security
By James M. Coram | James M. Coram,Staff Writer
POLICE LOG*Elkridge: 5900 block of Hunt Club Road: A lock...
Elkridge: 5900 block of Hunt Club Road: A lock...
Voters, parties stay ambivalent on '93 election
By Los Angeles Times
President Aristide, the populist, wants us to starve his...
By DAN BERGER
Shrinking support for UM
Parham backed for schools job Group wants status made permanent
By Jody Roesler | Jody Roesler,Staff Writer
Sacred TruthHow ironic that the media cite the Catholic...
Harper's Choice: 5300 block of Iron Pen Place...
It's official: Leedmark is closing Some 297 workers being laid off immediately
By Kim Clark | Kim Clark,Staff Writer
South African activist to give lecture at WMC
Tradersmart didn't have operating permit Code violations hadn't been corrected, inspectors say
By Andrea F. Siegel | Andrea F. Siegel,Staff Writer
Water service to be affected by inspection
By Gregory P. Kane | Gregory P. Kane,Staff Writer
School meals win praise from USDA Howard honored for creative menus
By Lan Nguyen | Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer
Morgan's Role Model
Police relations community council to discuss victim's rights
By PHYLLIS FLOWERS AND PHYLLIS LUCAS
Angry Israeli settlers block West Bank roads
By Los Angeles Times
FIRE* Hampstead: Hampstead assisted Baltimore County with...
A theater of longing
By Michael S. Weaver
An edited history of the movies
Was scheduled to begin a unique debate at noon...
By THEO LIPPMAN, JR
Gun rights groups divided over bills
By Christopher Wilson | Christopher Wilson,Capital News Service
Rising wave of violence is attracting limelight Young offenders, elections cited
By Susan Baer | Susan Baer,Washington Bureau
Packwood papers may be Pandora's box Internal struggle has Senate aquiver
By Boston Globe
Is Carroll Going to the Horses? CARROLL COUNTY
NATO Is a Solution, or It Is Nothing
By WILLIAM PFAFF
Peg Browning's heroic example
AARP chapter to hold harvest festival at St. John Lutheran Church
By ROSALIE M. FALTER
By Bern E. Francis
Even for a judge, cost of following conscience is controversy
By DAN RODRICKS
A better name for hurricanes
By Michael C. McGovern
1994 rural heritage calendar features drawings by 9 artists cost is $7.50
By LYN BACKE
Annapolis: Get Out and Vote ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Sea scouts launch recruitment effort Open house held to win new hands
By Consella A. Lee | Consella A. Lee,Staff Writer
Don't Worry, Dad
By TIM BAKER
Son of George and Margaret Meyers of...
The Attorney General Takes on TV Pollution
By NEAL R. PEIRCE
Baltimore CitySHOOTING: Eastern District -- A 16-year-old...
By Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City and Baltimore County, reported by Richard Irwin
Foes of death penalty gather in rain at prison Protest staged to spare Thanos JOHN THANOS -- THE STRUGGLE OVER THE DEATH PENALTY
By Jay Apperson | Jay Apperson,Staff Writer
Sea Explorers hold open house in effort to recruit more deckhands
By Consella A. Lee | Consella A. Lee,Staff Writer
5 arrested, charged with possession of drugs
Western District -- Two men were...
By Police Blotter is a representative, not comprehensive, list of crimes in Baltimore City, and Baltimore County, reported by Alisa Samuels and John A. Morris
School vouchers in Calif. may get wrists slapped ON POLITICS
By JACK GERMOND & JULES WITCOVER
Californians worry about mudslides
By Los Angeles Times
Lumber rigs that travel alley disturb peace of West George Street residents
By Donna E. Boller | Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer
Brutality in Kashmir
Edgewater man, 26, is arrested after shotgun blast
Douglass grads salute past, fret about today Alumni celebrate school's 110 years of achievement
By Gary Gately | Gary Gately,Staff Writer
Teacher helps kids have fun while learning
By CINDY PARR
Denny jury shows way out of burden of justice
By MIKE ROYKO
AUDREY POWERSSchool: Mount de Sales Academy in...
Council may change pension rules Vesting period could be shortened
Meredith Baxter likes time with her twinsMeredith Baxter...
Student: Carrie Guenther, 17, of Broadneck Senior High...
Carroll County heating and air-conditioning program wins award from state
By Anne Haddad | Anne Haddad,Staff Writer
Butt-head, Mom and Dad
By Anna Quindlen
Good things can happen in public schoolsIn a climate in...
Bethlehem foreman dies after 16-foot fall
United Cable in violation 550 in S. Baltimore still lack service
By Eric Siegel | Eric Siegel,Staff Writer
Elaine L. BresnahanCollege educatorDr. Elaine L...
Church offers homeless touch of warmth, safety Quilts made to give to shelter residents
By Angela Winter Ney | Angela Winter Ney,Staff writer
Dunloggin school eighth-graders broadcast the news
By JEAN LESLIE
Access 'the world' via Seymour Md. network will let computer users tap libraries, Internet with phone call
By Frank Langfitt | Frank Langfitt,Staff Writer
Haitian rightists call on Aristide, Cedras to resign Coalition wants U.N. envoy out, urges elections
By Ginger Thompson | Ginger Thompson,Staff Writer
Party lures ghouls, goblins, appliances Halloween show goes on without its ousted founder
By Traci A. Johnson | Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer
Ellicott House has new owners Descendant buys it for consulting firm
By Sherry Joe | Sherry Joe,Staff Writer
The 'passive female' is just another of our sexual fancies
By Robin Abcarian
Town gone, its band plays on Polkas and ghosts of bustling Daniels
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,Staff Writer
Recent report on Baltimore's drug problem and the...
Fallstaff resident wants an easy out
'Merely wires and lights in a box'
By J. Herbert Altschull
Capitol fixture: Americana or eyesore?
By Gilbert A. Lewthwaite | Gilbert A. Lewthwaite,Washington Bureau
Flag House Courts: Suddenly cleaner, safer, nicer Drug dealers swept away with the filth
By Michael A. Fletcher | Michael A. Fletcher,Staff Writer
George W. H. Pierson II, ex-county councilman
By Fred Rasmussen | Fred Rasmussen,Staff Writer
Peg Browning's Heroic Example HOWARD COUNTY
At St. Patrick's, the resurrection now is complete Stained-glass is back after '83 fire
By JACQUES KELLY
Of balks and saves and Panthers raves
By JOHN EISENBERG
For Caps, mission accomplished 4-1 road trip puts team back on track
By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,Staff Writer
Park duplicates upset of Lutheran with 4-2 victory Bruins capture their first MSA championship since '81 Boys soccer
By Jeff Seidel | Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer
Oriolelanders reclaim N.C. title behind Wooden
By From Staff Reports
FootballOttawa Rough Riders (CFL) -- Suspended former...
Guida says he can be bought Minority owner would sell if Manfusos are forced out
By Ross Peddicord | Ross Peddicord,Staff Writer
Bills eye Super foe sweep vs. struggling Redskins Buffalo has beaten Cowboys, Giants
By Vito Stellino | Vito Stellino,Staff Writer
Duckworth has filled big order at center, but at high price
By Jerry Bembry | Jerry Bembry,Staff Writer
Mitchell throws Shula into a tie with Halas, 30-10 3 TD passes drop Chiefs for win 324
By Armando Salguero | Armando Salguero,Knight-Ridder News Service
Glazers came up with the right price, but at wrong time
By John Steadman
By Vito Stellino
Giants, Cowboys tied up in East topknot Jets win battle of New York, 10-6
By Rick Gosselin | Rick Gosselin,Dallas Morning News
Head games don't slow down Wright's Tharpe Senior is carving big-time reputation
By Kent Baker | Kent Baker,Staff Writer
Zoonaqua shows she can still be a winner
By Bob Mieszerski | Bob Mieszerski,Los Angeles Times
Giants, Cowboys tied up in East topknot Smith's 237 yards run down Eagles
By Ken Murray | Ken Murray,Staff Writer
Jacobson, pro from Timonium, 35th in Ironman TRIATHLON
By James Raia | James Raia,Special to The Sun
Holyfield vows Bowe II won't be a rerun
By Phil Jackman
Wallace's Cup hopes hit Slick Earnhardt 126 up
By Knight-Ridder News Service
Sorry, but Rams aren't going anywhere, on or off the field
By Steve Bisheff | Steve Bisheff,Orange County (Calif.) Register
BALTIMOREFor more Baltimore convention information, call...
A pothole on information highway Hundreds of computer break-ins expose the weaknesses in Internet'd security
By New York Times News Service
Delaying DOS upgrade? The wait may be over
By MICHEAL J. HIMOWITZ
ConQuest catches Motorola's attentionConQuest Software...
By Steve Auerweck | Steve Auerweck,Staff Writer
Reader gripes lead to a fresh look at coordinating volunteerism efforts
By LESTER A. PICKER
Beyond conventional lies revolutionary changes
By TOM PETERS
Software allows custom ratings
By Ian Johnson | Ian Johnson,New York Bureau
Leapfrogging word processor programs are making the good even better
By PETER H. LEWIS
The following are recent bankruptcy filings in U.S...
Juvenile Diabetes is the benefit organization for Holiday...
Lucky charms really work, wearers say
By Rose-Marie Turk | Rose-Marie Turk,Los Angeles Times
A Chinese writer of the unspeakable will take on Mao
By Robert Benjamin | Robert Benjamin,Beijing Bureau
Disraeli biography is thorough but dense
By Richard O'Mara | Richard O'Mara,Staff Writer
Two bad movies make it a long night
By David Bianculli | David Bianculli,Contributing Writer
What's so fab about Fabio?
By Kevin Cowherd
For Californians, it's not the Big One but the Burning One
By MIKE LITTWIN
Three recent films go back to our baser instincts
By Stephen Hunter | Stephen Hunter,Film Critic
The End of P.C. It's gone too far, and a backlash has started settling in
By Patricia Rodriguez | Patricia Rodriguez,Contributing Writer
Cellist soars, despite an injured hand
By Stephen Wigler | Stephen Wigler,Music Critic
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