Archive for: October 2007

October 31, 2007

Halloween Ghost Stories

Filed under: Baltimore, History - 31 Oct 2007

A 2000 story in the City Paper has some Baltimore ghost stories you may not have heard before.

Ghosts of the Prairie has a page on Haunted Ellicott City while the Shadowlands index has a page of Haunted …

October 22, 2007

Clemson RB Davis guarantees win against Terps

Filed under: College Football, UMCP - 22 Oct 2007

The Maryland Terps, fresh off a heartbreaking homecoming loss to Virginia Saturday night, host the Clemson Tigers this Saturday at 3:30 in College Park., the Clemson fan site that’s part of the Scout network, had the following article

October 9, 2007

Baltimore-area UAV maker sold

Filed under: Business, Military, Technology - 09 Oct 2007

shadow-uav.jpgUnited Industrial Corporation of Hunt Valley has been sold to Textron, Inc. of Rhode Island (more here and here.) United’s subsidiary AAI is responsible for the manufacture of the …

October 8, 2007

Aberdeen passes vague surveillance law

Filed under: Crime, Harford County, Aberdeen - 08 Oct 2007

Madison Park had a report in The Sun yesterday on a new surveillance camera law passed by Aberdeen City Council.

Carnival of Maryland 17

Filed under: Blogs - 08 Oct 2007

Monoblogue was the host this time.

Holiday Closings

Filed under: Government, Baltimore - 08 Oct 2007

The Baltimore Sun has a comprehensive list of government closings for the Columbus Day holiday.

October 7, 2007

Ravens-49ers Preview

Filed under: Ravens, NFL - 07 Oct 2007

ravens-logo.jpgThe Ravens are in San Francisco today taking on the 49ers at 415 p.m. EDT (on WJZ TV and WBAL/98 Rock.)

Yahoo Sports has the injury updates for both the Ravens and …

College Football Wrap-up

Filed under: College Football - 07 Oct 2007

After leading 21-3, Maryland fought off a Georgia Tech comeback attempt to win the game 28-26 at Byrd Stadium. Georgia Tech missed what could have been the game-winning field goal with a minute left. The Terps were …

Columbus Day Parade today at 1

Filed under: Baltimore City, Events - 07 Oct 2007

Details of today’s Columbus Day Parade downtown (which starts at 1) can be found here. The parade route will be Key Highway to Light Street, Light to Pratt Street and Pratt to Exeter Street. The reviewing stand will be …

October 6, 2007

Maryland leads 21-10 at halftime

Filed under: College Football, UMCP - 06 Oct 2007

Chris Turner started at QB with Jordan Steffy still sitting. Andrew Crummey has gone down with an ankle injury and is not expected to return. Rick Costa, who started for the injured Erin Henderson, was transported to Shock Trauma …

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