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Carroll County Man Becomes Sixth Md. Soldier Killed in Iraq in November (Dec. 2, 2004)

Dickerson Native Killed in Iraq, Bringing Md. Death Toll to 19 (Nov. 30, 2004)

Family, Friends Celebrate Short Life of Md. Soldier Killed in Iraq (Nov. 19, 2004)

Iraqi Fighting Claims Four Md. Soldiers in Four Days (Nov. 16, 2004)

Holiday Spirit Overrides DOD Policy (Nov. 5, 2004)

Mail Early to Reach Troops by Christmas (Nov. 5, 2004)

Marylanders Mix Commemoration and Celebration on Third Anniversary of Sept. 11 (Sept. 10, 2004)

Some Fliers Sign on, Others Balk, at Plan to Speed Reagan Airport Check-ins (Sept. 3, 2004)

Montgomery Preparations For Bioterror Attack Should Be Emulated, Report Says (April 1, 2004)

Longshoremen Worry That Port Security Proposals Could Hit Them Hardest (March 12, 2004)

City Officials Demand Access To State's Homeland Security Funds (Jan. 22, 2004)


Lawmakers Want Study of Washington Region's Homeland Security Preparedness (Nov. 21, 2003)

Region's Electric Power Grid Hailed by Federal Official as Model for Others (Nov. 19, 2003)

Some Maryland Soldiers' Pay Was Botched, Part of Larger Pattern, Study Shows (Nov. 13, 2003)

New Anthrax Closures Dredge Up Memories of Brentwood for Postal Workers (Nov. 7, 2003)

Loan Program Helps Businesses Left in the Lurch When Workers Go Off to War (Nov. 7, 2003)

Progress Slow Toward Emergency Radio Systems That Can Talk to Each Other (Nov. 6, 2003)

Wounded Soldiers' Hospital Meal Charges One Step Closer to Being Eliminated (Nov. 5, 2003)

Break is Bittersweet for Soldiers Who Come Home from War on Short Leave (Oct. 24, 2003)

Lawmakers Blast Military Practice of Charging Soldiers for Hospital Meals (Oct. 17, 2003)

Montgomery Victims Remembered on 9-11 Anniversary (Sept. 11, 2003)

Marylanders Remember - and Ride and Read and Wrestle - to Mark 9/11 (Sept. 11, 2003)

FBI Commissions Anthrax Tracking Method (Sept. 5, 2003)

War Cements Partnership Between Aberdeen Businesses and Military Base (April 24, 2003)

Thousands of Marylanders Called to War and Homeland Defense Duties (April 22, 2003)

Soldiers Face Some Legal Legwork Before They Can March off to War (April 4, 2003)

Coast Guard Makes Permanent No-Boating Zone Around Nuclear Power Plant (March 28, 2003)

Words on War Spark War of Words Between Governor and Legislators (March 28, 2003)

School Counselors Try to Help as War Hits Home for Maryland Children (March 28, 2003)

Twins Face Challenges: War and the NCAA Dance (March 27, 2003)

Lawmakers Endorse Resolution Supporting Troops (March 21, 2003)

Deadline Spawns Fears for Saudi, Pakistani Men (March 20, 2003)

Government Workers Called to War Leave Their Civilian Salaries Behind (March 14, 2003)

Teachers Try to Answer Student Questions, Calm Fears as War Talk Hits Classes (March 14, 2003)

Paige Tells Schools to Be Prepared, Plan and Test Terror Response Now (March 7, 2003)

Labor Department Clarifies Eligibility for Sept. 11-Related Jobless Benefits (March 6, 2003)

Maryland Students Join National Anti-War Rally (March 6, 2003)

Security Rules Send Airport Businesses into Tailspin (Feb. 14, 2003)

Extended Restrictions Stall Airport Recoveries (Feb. 14, 2003)

For Maryland Guardsmen, Homeland Security Is Not a Department, It's a Deployment (Jan. 31, 2003)

November 2002

Maryland Projects Proceed, With or Without Terrorism Insurance Protection Bill (Nov. 22, 2002)

Federal Port Security Bill Holds Hope--No Money for Baltimore Officials (Nov. 20, 2002)

October 2002

Coast Guard Pushes for Permanent Protection in Waters Around Nuke Plant (Oct. 18, 2002)

Planners Worry Nursing Shortage May Hurt Bioterrorism Preparedness (Oct. 4, 2002)

Some Md. Airports Get Federal Funds to Defray Closure Costs (Oct. 1, 2002)

September 2002

Officials Lust for Headquarters of "Trophy" Department (Sept. 30, 2002)

Nation's Last Shuttered Airport Cleared to Reopen (Sept. 27, 2002)

Senate Reaches Compromise on Union Protection for Homeland Securities Employees (Sept. 25, 2002)

Schools' Sept. 11 Remembrances Marked by Caution, Concern for Students (Sept. 10, 2002)

Wynn, Bartlett, Cardin Pass on 9-11 Memorial in N.Y. (Sept. 5, 2002)


March 2002

License Plate Sales Could Create Scholarships for Children of Sept. 11 Victims (March 1, 2002)


February 2002

Lawmakers Worry Coast Guard Budget Boost May Not Cover Expanded Sept. 11 Roles (Feb. 15, 2002)

Little Change Expected as Feds Take Over Airport Security (Feb. 15, 2002)

Civil Liberties Concerns Cloud Anti-Terrorism Bill (Feb. 6, 2002)

November 2001

BWI to Get New Explosive Detectors (Nov. 14, 2001)

With Anthrax Cleanup Delayed, Md. Offices Continue to Get Brentwood Mail (Nov. 12, 2001)

Police Protect World's Oldest Operating Airport (Nov. 9, 2001)

Bioterror Hotlines Close as Anthrax Hysteria Fades (Nov. 8, 2001)

October 2001

Counties Seek Federal Help for Response to Terror (Oct. 26, 2001)

Md. Post Offices Get Mail, After Anthrax Closes D.C. Facility (Oct. 23, 2001)

Empty Anthrax Tower Stands as Reminder of Biological Weapons History (Oct. 21, 2001)

Terror Victims' Families May Get Help in Settling Estates (Oct. 12, 2001)

Maryland Students Join Millions Nationwide to Pause for Pledge of Allegiance (Oct. 12, 2001)

World's Oldest Operating Airport Imperiled (Oct. 12, 2001)

Anne Arundel Man's Gift Sends Officers to N.Y. (Oct. 11, 2001)

Governor Announces Boosts to Tourism Industry (Oct. 10, 2001)

Reagan National Airport Reopens to Cheers (Oct. 4, 2001)

College Campuses Share in 'Unprecedented' Rise in CIA Recruitment (Oct. 3, 2001)

Bartlett Says U.S. Should Help Afghan Resistance (Oct. 2, 2001)

September 2001 

Early Detection Key to Fighting Bioterrorism (Sept. 30, 2001)

State Police, National Guard, to Protect Airports (Sept. 27, 2001)

Md. Reservists Called to Active Duty (Sept. 26, 2001)

Officials Say It's Time to Reopen National Airport (Sept. 26, 2001)

Md. Biotech Firms Could Be on Front Line of New War (Sept. 24, 2001)

One Town Grieves for Five Lost in Attack (Sept. 23, 2001)

Md. Delegation Welcomes Bush's Call for Unity (Sept. 20, 2001)

Maryland Tourism Industry Suffers (Sept. 20, 2001)

Airlines Ask for Billions in Aid to Head off Bankruptcies (Sept. 19, 2001)

Airport Owners Panic Over Plummeting Profits (Sept. 19, 2001)

USNS Comfort Provides Respite for Workers (Sept. 18, 2001)

Synagogues Take Extra Precautions (Sept. 18, 2001)

Maryland Search and Rescue Team Returns From Pentagon (Sept. 18, 2001)

Investors Turn to Gold and Bonds (Sept. 17, 2001)

Muslim and Arab Americans Struggle to Cope (Sept. 16, 2001)

Another 20 Missing at Pentagon (Sept. 14, 2001)

Navy Releases Names of Six Marylanders Missing at Pentagon (Sept. 13, 2001)

BWI and Dulles Resume Flights (Sept. 13, 2001)

Schools Try to Get Back to Business Get Back to Business (Sept. 13, 2001)

Some Channel Their Anger into Patriotism (Sept. 12, 2001)

Donors Wait Hours to Give Blood (Sept. 12, 2001)

A Subdued Capitol Hill Goes Back to Work After Attack (Sept. 12, 2001)

Gun and Ammo Sales Spike (Sept. 12, 2001)  

Governor Evacuates Statehouse, Declares State of Emergency (Sept. 11, 2001)

Gridlock Strikes Region in Wake of Airplane Attacks (Sept. 11, 2001)

Attacks, Evacuations Leave Washington Tourists, Workers Dazed and Worried (Sept. 11, 2001)  

Military Surplus Stores Report Brisk Business in Survival Gear (Sept. 11, 2001)  

Attacks Close Some Md. School Systems (Sept. 11, 2001)

U. of Md. Students Express Shock, Fear Over Attacks (Sept. 11, 2001)

Shoppers Crowd Area Groceries in Search of Staples After Offices Shut Down (Sept. 11, 2001)

Students React Angrily As Campus Stays Open (Sept. 11, 2001)

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