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  • Caution: Children on board

    Caution: Children on board

    Across Maryland, most students are back in school as of today, and here's a preliminary number that schools, parents and everyone else ought to contemplate for the next nine months — 83. As a test score, that might not sound threatening, but it's no "B" and it's definitely not something that anyone...

  • Open the primaries

    Open the primaries

    The fastest growing segment of Maryland's electorate is voters who decline to identify as Republicans or Democrats. As The Sun's John Fritze reported recently, their numbers are up by 57 percent in the last decade, and they continue to grow despite the likelihood that both major parties will have...

  • More jobs and better schools

    Ask anyone who lives in Baltimore the two things the city needs most and you're likely to get the same answer: Better schools for its children and more jobs for its working-age adults. That's why a proposal to make sure as many local residents as possible get work from the $1 billion plan to rebuild...

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  • Summer break was too short

    Summer break was too short

    When Baltimore County students went back to school more than two weeks before Labor Day this fall, everyone talked about how short the summer seemed. That's because it was shorter this year — a total of only nine weeks.

  • Green energy won't create jobs

    Green energy won't create jobs

    Letter writer Shilpa Shenvi recently claimed the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act should be renewed because it will add $1.6 billion to the state's economy and generate 37,000 jobs ("Green energy = jobs," Aug. 22).

  • Trump the demagogue

    Trump the demagogue

    I was extremely pleased to read Armin Mruck's letter regarding Donald Trump ("Triumph of the Trump," Aug. 27).

  • Towson U's leading man

    Towson U's leading man

    The recent Sun photo spread of Towson University's most famous celebrities left out one of its most famous graduates.

  • A gift for friendship

    A gift for friendship

    Fred Rasmussen's fine obituary of Peter W. Culman highlighted Peter's outstanding career in the theater ("Peter W. Culman, former Center Stage managing director, dies," Aug. 24).

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