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  • Abandoned Henryton hospital slated for demolition

    Abandoned Henryton hospital slated for demolition
    Perched on a wooded bluff in rural southeastern Carroll County, the old Henryton State Hospital bears silent witness to the ravages of decades of neglect and vandalism. First opened in 1923, the 18-building complex that once housed the sick and...
  • Today hosts wrong to humiliate subway photographer

    By now, many have seen the horrific photograph from the front page of the New York Post ("Police question man in N.Y. subway train death," Dec. 5). A man clings helplessly to the platform of a New York subway seconds before he is struck and killed by an...
  • Ellicott City photographer brings nature to life

    Ellicott City photographer brings nature to life
    With its triangular, armored head, bulging eyes and serrated forearms, the predator attacking its prey is a menacing sight. The Transformer-like creature on the computer screen in George Grall's home office is actually a Carolina mantis chowing down on a...
  • Ray Lewis talks photography and style

    Ray Lewis talks photography and style
    Some consider Baltimore Ravens star linebacker Ray Lewis, 37, an artist on the football field. But that's only one area where he expresses himself. You'll find creativity in how he presents himself -- he designs most of his suits -- and the world he...
  • Back Story: Photos vividly brought Civil War home

    Back Story: Photos vividly brought Civil War home
    If Vietnam was the nation's first televised war, then the Civil War was the country's first photographed war, dramatically and vividly bringing into American homes the horrors and carnage their husbands, brothers and sons faced on the battlefield. In his...
  • Battle with traffic cameras intensifies as new technology arrives

    COLLEGE PARK — As the number of speed cameras and red light cameras on Maryland roads grows, frustrated drivers can turn to any number of technologies to avoid automated tickets. Drivers have used sprays, reflective license plate covers and even...
  • At Savage library lab, teens get turned on to technology

    At Savage library lab, teens get turned on to technology
    A new space at the Savage branch of the Howard County Library is giving teens the opportunity to experiment with the latest digital technology. And the HiTech digital learning lab has developed a following, with some students coming every afternoon,...
  • Add Hollywood style to Halloween

    Add Hollywood style to Halloween
    Even though Halloween has become synonymous with "sexy" and "trashy" — heck, there's even a naughty ladies' "Bert & Ernie" ensemble — you have a choice. And you can choose fashion and sophistication. There are plenty of options that will have...
  • Howard County history, landmarks on display in photographs

    Howard County history, landmarks on display in photographs
    When Beverly White-Seals took over as president and CEO of the Columbia Foundation this spring, one of her priorities had nothing to do with managing a 33-year-old foundation that awards grants to nonprofit organizations in Howard County. She wanted to...
  • Harford Community College student magazine wins national honors

    Harford Community College student magazine wins national honors
    Owl Magazine, the student magazine of Harford Community College in Bel Air, recently won national honors in the Apple Awards Competition sponsored by the National College Media Association. The Winter 2012 issue placed second in the category of Best...
  • Twentey equals $10,000, as Parkville teacher nets Outstanding Young Educator Award

    Twentey equals $10,000, as Parkville teacher nets Outstanding Young Educator Award
    Ryan Twentey, an advance placement photography teacher at Parkville High School and a resident of Bel Air, won $10,000 this week as one of two national honorees of the ASCD 2013 Outstanding Young Educator Award. The award was announced Sunday at the...
  • 'Taste of Baltimore' photos by Timonium man on display at Towson Library

    'Taste of Baltimore' photos by Timonium man on display at Towson Library
    Twenty-five-year-old Greg Nickey has shot photos all over the continent, but his favorite subject to photograph is the city of Baltimore. Nickey said he idolizes 20th-century Baltimore Sun photographer A. Aubrey Bodine, whose images of the city graced...