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  • Jamaica in January – or anytime
    Jamaica in January – or anytime

    Nonstop: One in a series of occasional articles exploring destinations easily reached from BWI-Marshall Airport.

  • Maryland weddings
    Maryland weddings

    Browse photos of recent Maryland weddings -- from traditional church ceremonies to quirky, Baltimore-themed celebrations. To read more about each couple's story, go to baltimoresun.com/weddings. Just wedded? Email your wedding details to weddings@baltsun.com.

  • Adoptable pets at Baltimore-area shelters
    Adoptable pets at Baltimore-area shelters

    Here's a collection of a few of the dogs, cats and other critters in the Baltimore area who need homes. Be sure to check with the shelter before you go to verify that the animal you want is still there.

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  • Politicizing the chancellor
    Politicizing the chancellor

    When University System of Maryland Chancellor William E. "Brit" Kirwan announced that he planned to retire, the state's Board of Regents hired a firm to conduct a nationwide search to recruit a top-notch academic leader for what is and should be a plum post in American higher education. The...

  • Let the NFL's air out
    Let the NFL's air out

    Professional sport being a gentlemanly pursuit in which participants would surely step forward at the slightest possibility that even the most minor of rules had been bent, let alone broken, it's difficult to imagine anyone associated with the New England Patriots had a hand in deflating the...

  • The power to pardon
    The power to pardon

    The fate of the last four inmates on Maryland's death row was finally resolved this week when outgoing Gov. Martin O'Malley, in one of his final official acts, commuted their death sentences to life without the possibility of parole. It was certainly in keeping with his steadfast opposition...

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  • Workers pick up greater share of health care costs, survey finds
    Workers pick up greater share of health care costs, survey finds

    Health care costs might be rising less sharply than they were a few years ago, but employers continue to make employees take on more of the burden, and that's likely to continue, a new survey shows.

  • Thousands to receive experimental Ebola vaccines in West Africa
    Thousands to receive experimental Ebola vaccines in West Africa

    Thousands of people are to be injected with two experimental Ebola vaccines in trials in West Africa within a couple of weeks, and a Baltimore biotechnology company is launching a human trial of its own candidate in June, as scientists and public health officials work to end the deadly...

  • More Arundel school kids getting whooping cough, officials say
    More Arundel school kids getting whooping cough, officials say

    The Anne Arundel County health department and school officials have notified residents that there has been an uptick this year in cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, particularly in school-aged children, and officials want those who are infected to stay home to stop its spread.

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  • Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks
    Marylanders' data exposed in scores of hacks

    It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates.

  • Nick Mosby: 'I have no involvement' in wife's office
    Nick Mosby: 'I have no involvement' in wife's office

    How much is Councilman Nick J. Mosby involved in the job of his wife, new Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby?

  • Lead-paint oversight of rental housing faulted
    Lead-paint oversight of rental housing faulted

    Maryland regulators are still having trouble keeping tabs on how many rental housing units have hazardous lead paint, state auditors have found, even as the number of homes and apartments they must oversee to protect children from lead poisoning expands dramatically.

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