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Irish, Italian, even Spanish laying claim to Costello
By GREGORY KANE
Army officials drop plan to build 350-foot tower in Harford Co.
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER
An article in yesterday's Maryland section incorrectly...
House narrowly approves HMO bill GOP measure would broaden treatment, cut insurer protection
By David Folkenflik and Jonathan Weisman | David Folkenflik and Jonathan Weisman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Alan B. Shepard First in space: Astronaut flew mission that gave Americans confidence in their science.
Better procedure urged in child-abuse inquiries Boy's death prompts Worcester grand jury to seek state action
By Greg Garland | Greg Garland,SUN STAFF
Tazio Secchiaroli,73, one of the world's most famous...
Capitol security worked, legislators, police say They say gunman evaded checkpoint for tourists
By Tom Bowman | Tom Bowman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Southwest Baltimore man, 73, draws 50-year term in wife's fatal shooting
By Eric Siegel | Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF
Overwhelming view of barge restaurant: 'Bubba...
10 given grants to help poor Fellowships awarded under Soros program to improve inner city
By Ernest F. Imhoff | Ernest F. Imhoff,SUN STAFF
Starr reported set to subpoena Clinton President wishes to avoid grand jury appearance
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
Boeing, FAA at odds over jet rewiring timetable Firm says it needs 2 years, questions fuel area order
By SEATTLE TIMES
Seizing progress after embassy Iran: Massoumeh Ebtekar, who as 'Mary' lashed out at America while taking the U.S. Embassy in 1979, has come a long way. Other Iranian women are doing the same, says Iran's first female vice president.
By Robin Wright | Robin Wright,LOS ANGELES TIMES
Reuben Ash, 62, Baltimore Teachers Union official
By Robert Hilson Jr. | Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF
Tourists scramble for cover As gunfire erupts, officers fan out to lead families to safety
By David Folkenflik and Ellen Gamerman | David Folkenflik and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Same-sex education has long been part of public schools in...
County jury found a former Owings Mills...
By From staff reports
Ferdinand E. Fidati, 76, managed Woolworth storesFerdinand...
Gunman kills 2 in Capitol One officer tried to stop man at door, other exchanged fire
By David Folkenflik and David L. Greene | David Folkenflik and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Aiding a community's children Insurance company workers contribute to Ethiopian district
By Ernest F. Imhoff | Ernest F. Imhoff,SUN STAFF
Keeping the spirit on track Racing: The sadness over a tragic barn fire Monday won't keep the Ocean Downs facility in Berlin from celebrating its golden anniversary tonight.
By Tom Keyser | Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF
City weather cooles, to a degree Station: The National Weather Service's move from a hot roof to a grassy knoll has cooled readings, if not temperatures.
By Frank D. Roylance | Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF
Chicken leftovers Tyson lawsuit: State seeks to stop waste dumping by poultry processor on Worcester County farm.
At Fort Meade, making best of a bad situation Superfund: Anne Arundel didn't relish designation, but it will speed cleanup at Army base in transition.
Aron files suit against husband She alleges malpractice in prescribing drugs
By Marcia Myers | Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF
Hot corner NATIONAL LEAGUE
NL stars NATIONAL LEAGUE
Tough decision, but Alomar to go on DL As Kamieniecki returns, All-Star MVP ineligible to play until Aug. 2
By Joe Strauss and Bill Free | Joe Strauss and Bill Free,SUN STAFF
Key goes six in Single-A tuneup Veteran gives up 2 runs
By Roch Kubatko | Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF
Orioles' wild run gains more speed Palmeiro, Becker lead offense, Mussina tames Mariners in 7-4 win
By Joe Strauss | Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF
Zeier keeps fire inside Ravens: With a new $2.6 million contract and confidence from last year's finish, backup quarterback Eric Zeier patiently waits for his chance to show what he can do.
By Gary Lambrecht | Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF
Mouton back on top of world with Japan stint behind him Call-up pleased to get another chance in majors
By Joe Strauss and Chris Ewell | Joe Strauss and Chris Ewell,SUN STAFF
BaseballAthletics: Recalled P Steve Connelly from Triple-A...
Maris watch NATIONAL LEAGUE
Draw hope, comparison from Red Sox' 1988 run
By Ken Rosenthal
NBA, union agree to talk Aug. 6 Last meeting was June 22
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
Americans work OT to top Canada, 15-14 After losing 10-1 lead, U.S. needs 2 late goals for lacrosse crown
By Jamison Hensley | Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Focused Agassi breezes into Legg Mason semis Top seed Chang gains upper hand over Courier
By Phil Jackman | Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF
This weekend at Laurel
Ready-to-rumble veterans put crunch, pop into camp Graham, Rhett, intensity impress coach on Day 1
By Mike Preston | Mike Preston,SUN STAFF
Crosland like a pro, defends her crown Out-of-bounds shot hurts Pifer comeback bid in women's state amateur
By John W. Stewart | John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF
Australia takes third with 8-goal outburst Iroquois Nation game but outmatched, 17-5
By Eduardo A. Encina | Eduardo A. Encina,SUN STAFF
Better late than ever, W. Burton gets pole As sun sets at Pocono, fast run bumps J. Gordon
By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF
Buehler boosts Columbia Darby Late addition's two goals pave way to 4-3 victory, spot in under-20 final
By Gary Davidson | Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Speed secret: Stay out of water Power boats will be flying on Chesapeake
By PETER BAKER | PETER BAKER,SUN STAFF
Writer Lacy still helping to break through barriers
By John Steadman
Migrating Americans changing South
By Cox News Service
150 years ago in The SunJuly 29: Now that the Mexican War...
By Fred Rasmussen
All things change -- and often for the better
By Jacques Kelly
A fortune was in the cards Luck: Richard W. Davis didn't know his old baseball cards were valuable. Now he's wondering what to do with them.
By Robert Little | Robert Little,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
On a hot day, city burned Fire: Flames spread from a factory on Clay Street, ultimately destroying two churches, more than 100 houses, and several commercial buildings.
By Fred Rasmussen | Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF
Walter Sondheim has had a tellar public policy career and has all the money and acclaim he needs. Yet, at 90, all he cares about is coming to work every day
By M. Dion Thompson | M. Dion Thompson,SUN STAFF
Willis leaves a town let down Disappointment: While action-film star celebrates the opening of his new Planet Hollywood restaurant in Baltimore, another city mourns what jTC could have been.
By Stephanie Shapiro | Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF
It's D-Day, almost to a T Veterans: Soldiers who were there say Steven Spielberg brings it all back with 'Saving Private Ryan.' @
By Carl Schoettler | Carl Schoettler,SUN STAFF
Md. car sales up 10%, despite GM shutdown Effects of strikes barely felt, thanks to large inventories
By Ted Shelsby | Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF
Calif. suit claims Northrop hid news of failed merger Executives allegedly benefited as stock soared over deal with Lockheed
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
Chesapeake Biological's loss grows to $392,000 Revenue declines after a top client goes elsewhere
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF
Turning technology into commerce Incubator: An $800,000 grant from the Goddard Space Flight Center will help companies in the Baltimore area access space-age technology and give them assistance in manufacturing and marketing new uses for it.
By Kristine Henry | Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF
Blue Cross defends its claims denials No medical necessity given as reason for some refusals to pay
By M. William Salganik | M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF
Pipe leak shuts reactor at Calvert Cliffs
Cable TV rates soar despite controls Competition to drive rates down never materialized
By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE
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