April 11, 2004
One in an occasional series about the fitness habits of Marylanders. Three mornings a week Mike Tate maneuvers his "little Jaguar" through downtown traffic, making the short trip from his apartment near Camden Yards to Power Plant Live. Most of the way he rides on the sidewalk. Reckless driver? A guy with serious pedestrian issues? Not at all. "Jaguar" is one of the nicknames Tate uses for his high-tech, ultra-cool, $10,000 motorized wheelchair. But even more impressive than the mode of transportation (disc brakes, mag wheels, a rockin' max speed of 6 mph)
October 21, 2001
Maryland doctors have been asked to provide the FBI with medical information that might help investigators identify the remains of nine of the 19 men suspected in the Sept. 11 terrorist hijackings. The FBI's request was forwarded in an e-mail sent late Friday by Maryland Med-Chi, the state medical society. Doctors and other health-care providers who might have treated any of the men were asked to provide the FBI with records. The names and birth dates of the men are: Salem Alhazmi, Feb. 2, 1981.
May 16, 2011
This year we had an unusually high number of responses to our readers’ poll which tells us that our readers are more passionate than ever about the businesses and services that are available around town. And though you’ll probably find several repeat winners, there are a lot of new establishments making a very good impression. Thank you all for taking the time to fill out the ballots and send them in with your thoughts and opinions. This poll not only provides the magazine with vital information about our readers’ likes and dislikes, it also provides a very targeted guide to what is very right in Harford County.
December 31, 2011
The Boston private high school football scene isn't known for producing tons of Division I talent. In 2011, the entire state of Massachusetts pumped out just 13 DI players - a surprisingly low figure that helps explain how Abner Logan entered the winter of his junior year with no scholarship offers. “The kid's goal at this time last year was to get a scholarship,” said Casey Day , Logan's coach at the Dexter School in Brookline, Mass. “We're from Boston, from the Northeast.