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Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
Summer has always been the season that gets shortchanged. In recent years, summer lost another week with schools going back before Labor Day.
The Neighborhood Files
The 3400 block of Gough St. was hit hard by the earthquake. The side of one building collapsed.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Five musical acts and a belly dancing troupe provided Saturday's entertainment.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
Dundalk native Ryan "Skeet" Williams opened the doors on his crab house in July, keeping everything local and old school.
10-Year-Old Alexandria Callahan Kicked Off Concerts in the Park Thursday with her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner.
The entertainment on this night was Impulse and the Junior Blues Brothers.
Thursday was a another great night at the weekly Heritage Park music series.
The horizon was filled with boats. The water was filled with happy revelers. The soaring temperatures only served to make a day on the water all the more rewarding.
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