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  • Two Roland Park students win national prize for coloring book

    Two Roland Park students win national prize for coloring book

    Hope Sacco can trace her doubts about herself as far back as when she was 6 years old, when the brunette asked her parents to buy her a blonde wig. Anna Doherty can recall even in recent years being so unsure of herself that she would shy away from speaking up in class. Determined to move past...

  • Corn maze mayhem: Farmers go above and beyond to attract fall visitors

    Corn maze mayhem: Farmers go above and beyond to attract fall visitors

    It takes most people two hours to complete a series of corn mazes at Lawyer's Winterbrook Farm — maybe 40 minutes if you're really an expert. But for those responsible for the maze, it's more of a yearlong effort. And, as families flock to corn mazes across the state each fall, it's not enough...

  • Baltimore named one of the best cities for trick-or-treating in U.S.

    Baltimore named one of the best cities for trick-or-treating in U.S.

    When you're trick-or-treating, there are several factors to to consider — namely, where to rack up the most candy safely and in the least amount of time. Thankfully, Baltimoreans looking for the best places to trick-or-treat don’t have to go far, according to online real estate database company...

  • Rushing in feels right, but holding back gives more

    Rushing in feels right, but holding back gives more

    A friend once shared a parable with me about a man watching a butterfly struggling to emerge from its cocoon. Trying to help, the man snipped the butterfly's cocoon. The butterfly emerged easily, but it had a swollen body and shriveled wings. The man continued to watch it, expecting that any minute...

  • Hospitals embrace family programming as medical benefits emerge

    Hospitals embrace family programming as medical benefits emerge

    When it comes to life-threatening illnesses in children, many families are learning there is more to treatment than pills. There are prepared meals and outings, opportunities to paint a picture and even a fresh set of clothes. There once was little consideration given to patients' and their families'...

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