Maryland Newsline


Jerry Spessard has been managing the finances of the 207-year-old Hagerstown Town & Country Almanack for 19 years. But he’s afraid that, if sales of the folksy book don’t pick up, it may not be around a few years from now.

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Maryland began reporting HIV infections in 1994. These numbers show  cumulative HIV cases, by county, reported through Sept. 30, 2003.

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On a slightly drizzly morning Sept. 14, about 1,200 bikers converged on the Harley- Davidson/Buell store on Baltimore’s Pulaski Highway. They had come to participate in the third annual "Ride to Remember," an hour-long trip around the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) that the store organized to raise money for the Heroes of Flight 93 Fund.

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