Oak Crest

What could a retired Catholic schoolteacher stand to learn from a high school student? A heck of a lot, if you ask Joan Klug.


This Thanksgiving, Harold and Dorothy Moors have a lot to be thankful for. With the help of Erickson Realty & Moving Services, they were able to sell their Glen Burnie home of 59 years in less than a week for more than they asked.


In a year riddled with foreclosures, layoffs, and stock market losses, you may think it would be difficult to find reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving.

Cedar Crest
Cedar CrestandSeabrookare home to many voracious readers.
Since 1999, the annual Seabrook Turkey Trot has donated almost 3,000 turkeys to charity and brought together thousands of people in the spirit of goodwill. And this year, the bar has been raised, asSeabrookresidents and staff are hoping to collect more money and more turkeys than ever before.

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After organizing the Rockville Prime Timers for ten years, it comes as little surprise that Peter Kach would be the man behind Riderwood's popular and ever-growing singles club. Not long after I moved here, I got to thinking, he says.


As Americans share a holiday meal with family and friends this month, there will be those living at Greenspring who are most thankful for the thoughtfulness of their neighbors.

Wind Crest

Stroll through the Evergreen Crossing neighborhood at Wind Crest, and you re likely to hear soft piano chords coming from Kathryn Kay Nickolls home. [caption id="attachment_2994" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Kay Nickolls has been playing piano since age 7.

Wind Crest
Wind Crestheld its first red-carpet, Hollywood-style movie premier last month. [caption id="attachment_2986" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Wind Crest resident Elly Anderson sits with her granddaughter, actress AnnaSophia Robb.