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Jean Marbella

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Jean Marbella is a reporter on The Sun’s investigative and enterprise team. She joined The Sun in 1987 and has been a health reporter, a feature writer, a national correspondent, an editor and a metro columnist. She has covered a broad range of stories from 9/11 in New York to Michael Phelps in the Olympics.

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  • Soldier from Bowie killed in Kuwait

    Soldier from Bowie killed in Kuwait

    A soldier from Bowie who was deployed as part of the battle against the self-declared Islamic State died in a non-combat incident in Kuwait on Thursday, the Department of Defense said. Spc. Ronald L. Murray Jr. is the third person from Maryland to die during a military deployment this year. He...

  • A divided electorate, worried about the morning after

    Three priests stood outside a polling place Tuesday in Timonium pondering the sacred and the secular. "My congregation has a bunch of families divided — it's a microcosm of the larger country," said the Rev. Kristofer Lindh-Payne, rector of Epiphany Episcopal Church in Baltimore County. "We do stay...

  • A divided electorate, worried about the morning after

    A divided electorate, worried about the morning after

    Three priests stood outside a polling place Tuesday in Timonium pondering the sacred and the secular. "My congregation has a bunch of families divided — it's a microcosm of the larger country," said the Rev. Kristofer Lindh-Payne, rector of Epiphany Episcopal Church in Baltimore County. "We do stay...

  • Hogan names new state ed board member who supports starting school after Labor Day

    Hogan names new state ed board member who supports starting school after Labor Day

    Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed a new member to the state school board who said she supports his controversial mandate requiring schools to start after Labor Day. Rose Li, a Montgomery County Republican, replaces James Gates, a University of Maryland physicist who resigned in protest of Hogan's...

  • Baltimore man found guilty in 2012 murder

    Baltimore man found guilty in 2012 murder

    A 30-year-old Baltimore man was convicted of first-degree murder and four handgun crimes in the fatal shooting of a man whose body was found four years ago in a wooded area of the Frankford neighborhood A jury on Thursday found Ronald Cornish guilty of the Nov. 7, 2012, shooting death of Warren...

  • Maryland AG sues Sojourner-Douglass College to account for or repay $400,000

    Maryland AG sues Sojourner-Douglass College to account for or repay $400,000

    Maryland's Attorney General has sued Sojourner-Douglass College to account for or repay about $400,000 in state grants that the school, which closed last year, allegedly had not used for authorized purposes. Attorney General Brian E. Frosh's office, which filed suit in Baltimore City Circuit Court,...

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