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Midshipmen add poetry to the military arts Writers: Midshipmen poets turn out reams of the stuff for their creative writing journal. The only verse form not allowed is whining about the academy.
By Rob Hiaasen | Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF
Bitter Testimony Polish Jew Rubin Sztajer lived to tell of the Holocaust. The fear, the wounds, the unbearable memeories survived with him.
By Carl Schoettler | Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF
Let's hear it for 'Silence' and its winning co-stars
By Chris Kaltenbach
A warm summer memory Essay: It was a long time ago, but a promise kept resulted in a memory that continues to shine like the summer stars.
By Helen B. Jones | Helen B. Jones,SUN STAFF
States act to increase security at rest stops Incidents along highways show need for caution by weary travelers
By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE
Teflon president finds it all slides off with ease
By Jack W. Germond & Jules Witcover
Even Elvis can't miss Essex festival Celebration: Thousands came to the 20th annual Essex Day. They saw celebrity impersonators, and they conquered the heat.
By Douglas M. Birch | Douglas M. Birch,SUN STAFF
John G. Scales: The obituary for John G. Scales yesterday...
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Howard...
FireWinfield: Firefighters responded at 10: 03 a.m...
Spend that state surplus wisely $120 million excess: New or expanded programs could create deficits in future years.
Show Clinton the tobacco money
By Thomas Oliphant
McVeigh's point is that the government taught the people...
By Dan Berger
Lane closures set at Patapsco River Bridge
'Smart' computer controls traffic flow on Route 140
Tobacco lobby unlikely to die Settlement provision called mostly symbolic
By Susan Baer | Susan Baer,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Nothing being left for parks chiefIn an Aug. 7 editorial...
Deer Park United Methodist plans fried chicken, ham dinner
By Lois Szymanski | Lois Szymanski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
A story in Saturday's editions of The Sun about the...
By Neal R. Peirce
New direction for jail Howard County: Detention center appointee brings administrative and legal experience.
China moves to 'deepen' its reforms Signals on economy come as Communists get set to pick leaders
By Frank Langfitt | Frank Langfitt,SUN FOREIGN STAFF
Vanity license tags: Request renews debate over what flies on fenders Squabble: Arguments over a Rising Sun resident's application for personalized plates become another round in a fight about civil rights.
Fells Point landmarks condemned BGE subsidiary that owns buildings seeks to trade properties
By Brenda J. Buote | Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF
Executed American lies in Italy as 'martyr' Killer became a symbol in the campaign against capital punishment
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Tax break would encourage landlords to renovate Balto. Co. proposal aims to revitalize aging, large complexes in older areas
By Larry Carson | Larry Carson,SUN STAFF
Changes in children show up at start of school
By Lyn Backe | Lyn Backe,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Downtown merchants brace for garage renovations Shuttles, valet parking are options for patrons of Annapolis events
By Dan Thanh Dang | Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF
Rainbow realities South Africa: As euphoria over Mandela leadership wanes, disillusionment is setting in.
Arthur W. Dana Jr., metallurgist, created metals for space shuttle
By Tom Pelton | Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF
Travelers are passing independent motels Lodging chains with familiar logos get more business
By Edward Lee | Edward Lee,SUN STAFF
Technical troubles continue to afflict Mir Space station's new crew forced to delay exercise
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Tape stokes furor over deadly force Shooting of Quarles by Baltimore officer is 71st since Jan. 1995
By Peter Hermann | Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF
Tree ornament created for town's anniversary
By Jean Leslie | Jean Leslie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Clearing graft in Mexico's cities Mayors: Opposition party members taking control of some of the country's largest cities hope to institute reforms where corruption has run rampant for decades.
By Sam Quinones | Sam Quinones,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Progress, poverty for India's 50th
By Jonathan Power
Rosemont's steadfast warrior Councilwoman Welch fights for area's survival amid drugs, violence
By JoAnna Daemmrich | JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN STAFF
Highway of change Route 2: Road that altered a county still evolving, perhaps for the better.
Clinton enjoys belated honeymoon Surge in popularity is tied to economy, mood of the nation
By Carl M. Cannon | Carl M. Cannon,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore city...
By Michael James
An artist up against a wall Sculpture: An art graduate at Western Maryland College is trying to make a statement -- 6 feet high, 18 feet long and 1 foot thick.
By Jonathon Shacat | Jonathon Shacat,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
A sport that has outgrown its roots NASCAR racing: More and more, it looks like a sport with staying power.
Bridge signs teach ecology Facts: Information on the Bay Bridge signs comes from books, naturalists and students
By Michelle Wong | Michelle Wong,SUN STAFF
Every 3rd Friday, block celebrates itself St. Paul St. merchants sponsor events to enliven area near Johns Hopkins
By Jamie Stiehm | Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF
Killer to get civil trial in inheritance battle Balto. Co. man in prison for parents' '93 deaths, seeks $140,838 bequest
By Joan Jacobson | Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF
5 casual dining chains pick sites on Route 140 Area's demographics attract restaurants
By Sheridan Lyons | Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF
Shorebirds fall in 17th, lose twice Minor leagues
By FROM STAFF REPORTS
Field gets only a glimpse of 'Glance'
By Kent Baker | Kent Baker,SUN STAFF
Ravens rounding into shape Despite 0-3 preseason, coach, owner upbeat
By Mike Preston | Mike Preston,SUN STAFF
It's almost post time at Colonial Workers race toward opening on Labor Day
By Tom Keyser | Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF
Surgery to end Coppinger year Still aching right-hander to have shoulder cleaned
By Roch Kubatko | Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Danielle Rumore contributed to this article
O's torment Angels some more, 5-4 Rally, near-miss in 9th set up winning hit by Webster in 10th, 5-4
By Roch Kubatko | Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF
Ledesma starts to make an impression Call-up responds in clutch in first back-to-back starts
By Danielle Rumore | Danielle Rumore,SUN STAFF
Hits and misses
By Roch Kubatko
'Dehydrated' fears all wet, Palmeiro is pouting power
By Ken Rosenthal
Love clears a major hurdle Final putt in five-shot PGA runaway falls in at end of a rainbow
By Don Markus | Don Markus,SUN STAFF
Maggert is Ryder member easily He gets automatic berth by firing record-tying 65
By Don Markus | Don Markus,SUN STAFF
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed 1B Matt Logan.Reds: Optioned...
Below are insider transactions of 1,000 shares or more for...
By Insider Trading is written by CDA/Investnet of Fort Lauderdale, Fla
Like other trends of 1970s, oil anxiety might return
By Jay Hancock
Md. economy could lose some steam Worker shortage is a problem for many companies
By Jay Hancock | Jay Hancock,SUN STAFF
The Roth IRA is a gift straight from Congress
By Jane Bryant Quinn
New positionsAmericom selects Sidell as chief financial...
In Disney's world on Web site, the only intruder is advertising
By Stephen Manes
Recent filings in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of...
Aug. 23-26SciTex Graphic Arts Users Association, Baltimore...
More IRS mileage on taxes Travel: A 7.5 percent excise tax on the sale of frequent flier miles by airlines is coming. Consumers may end up paying for it
By Suzanne Wooton | Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF
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