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McDonogh track star gears up for competition in Cuba

McDonogh junior Dalton Hengst has grown into a high-level distance runner who is so talented that he regularly receives invitations to compete in track meets in various places around the country. He recently ran in Philadelphia and New York and is headed for Boston and North Carolina in the coming...

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    Zirkin finds political power is double-edged sword

    Bobby Zirkin, the Owings Mills-Pikesville state senator, is learning leadership requires a thick skin when making tough decisions that don't please everyone. This past 90-day General Assembly session put Zirkin repeatedly on the hot seat. He's chairman of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee,...

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    Old-fashioned rice pudding still appealing today

    You just don't see rice pudding like you used to, but it's so simple and creamy good! Of course, it is easier to just open up a prepackaged container from the grocery store, but what fun is that? What I love about rice pudding is that everything you need for it is in the refrigerator and pantry...

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    10 educational websites to develop your kids' minds

    Play is critical to your child's social, emotional, and physical growth. It's your child's way of learning about the world. And digital games have been an outlet for creative play since the days of Atari. But digital games can also be educational and help your child build foundational skills such...

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    You, too, can craft a great California roll

    My introduction to a sushi-type food was a California roll with a spicy "yum yum" mayo. I soon learned that this was Sriracha mayonnaise, which I really liked on this new food venture. I've tried several grocery and restaurant California rolls and they vary greatly in taste and freshness. I've...

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  • Former Baltimore County executive appointed to school board

    Former Baltimore County executive appointed to school board

    Roger Hayden, a former county executive, has been named to the Baltimore County school board. Gov. Larry Hogan appointed Hayden Tuesday to fill a vacancy that was created when board member Romaine N. Williams left last month. Hayden, a Republican county executive from 1990 to 1994, also served...

  • Maryland Sings group impresses on stage, to hold upcoming fundraiser

    Maryland Sings group impresses on stage, to hold upcoming fundraiser

    For the past 26 years a nonprofit youth performing group called Maryland Sings has been belting out songs and dancing their way locally and around the globe. Under the tutelage of Dr. Bill Myers, these young people have dedicated every Saturday to practicing their craft; some have gone on to perform...

  • Taste of Pikesville offers food treats, chance to aid the needy

    Taste of Pikesville offers food treats, chance to aid the needy

    The Pikesville Chamber of Commerce tries to put on events which give people a look at their community while creating interest to entice them to visit the area. The chamber will be at it again later this month – using food to help with the task. The chamber will host its annual Taste of Pikesville...

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    Math teacher at middle school in Pikesville charged with sexually abusing female student

    A Baltimore County middle school teacher has been charged with sexually abusing a minor after police said he committed sexual acts with a 13-year-old girl in his classroom. Chadwick Zamarron, 35, a math teacher at the Northwest Academy of Health Sciences in Pikesville, wrote hall passes for the...

  • Baltimore County school board to start search for interim superintendent

    Baltimore County school board to start search for interim superintendent

    The Baltimore County school board is planning to begin the search soon for an interim superintendent to replace Dallas Dance, who abruptly announced Tuesday that he will leave his job at the end of June. Board President Edward Gilliss said he believes the board must select an interim superintendent...

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