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  • School community reaches out to support family

    School community reaches out to support family
    Wearing just their T-shirts and underwear, Christina Means and her family escaped from a house fire that struck in the middle of the night. They watched the Rosedale house burn in the cold December air and waited for the firetrucks, wrapped in the one...
  • Images and items from Laurel's past, showcased online

    Images and items from Laurel's past, showcased online
    The process has involved library research and community outreach, making connections with people online and on the streets of Laurel. It's also involved scrolling through websites like eBay for items that evoke hometown nostalgia, that stir long-...
  • Scrabble helps students sharpen their skills

    Scrabble helps students sharpen their skills
    Neal Kewalramani admitted he felt a little nervous about taking part in Saturday's Baltimore Scrabble Tournament at theUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County. But words didn't fail the eighth-grader at Arbutus Middle School. The Catonsville resident...
  • Raw Recap: Circular storytelling with Undertaker and Triple H may be a bit stale

    Raw Recap: Circular storytelling with Undertaker and Triple H may be a bit stale
    At its core, professional wrestling is about storytelling. Every writer has good works and bad; it's simply the nature of the beast. Sometimes the simplest stories gain traction when they really shouldn't and become sensations (just ask Stephanie Meyer)....
  • Actor Kevin Bacon promoting social good at College Park

    Actor Kevin Bacon promoting social good at College Park
    How many degrees of separation are there between actor Kevin Bacon and the University of Maryland? Come April, just one. As part of a "Do Good" challenge, Bacon is asking College Park students to design projects aimed at promoting positive social...
  • Consumers are starting to flex their newfound muscle

    Stef Gray recently delivered a petition to Sallie Mae's Washington office, asking the giant private lender to eliminate a fee that unemployed college graduates must pay to suspend payments until they find a job. The 23-year-old New Yorker's online...
  • Venus Theatre grows up with 'Punk Rock Mom'

    Venus Theatre grows up with 'Punk Rock Mom'
    When the Ramones released "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment" in 1977, the punk rock band hadn't a clue that their provocative antiestablishment lyrics would one day set the tone for a story about fierce parental love. Thirty-five years later, pop punk has...
  • Sarah Nalty wins inaugural spelling bee at Folly Quarter Middle School

    Folly Quarter Middle School recently conducted its 2012 Spelling Bee. Congratulations to Sarah Nalty for being their first Folly Quarter Spelling Bee winner! Sarah's next step will be to participate in the Howard County Library Spelling Bee March 9. The...
  • Towson Twitter ban comes as legislators move to protect student freedoms

    Towson Twitter ban comes as legislators move to protect student freedoms
    Towson's resurgent football season ended when wide receiver Ryan Spadola had 13 catches — a Johnny Unitas Stadium record —to help Lehigh beat the Tigers in the playoffs in December. The next week, Spadola didn't even play. He'd been suspended...
  • Surveillance state saps freedom

    Surveillance state saps freedom
    The surveillance state expands. The Patriot Act allows our phones to be wiretapped. Our email and Internet transactions leave a trail for some to follow. The police can access our GPS location data through our smartphones without a warrant. Retailers...
  • Former Baltimore Police internal affairs commander retires

    Former Baltimore Police internal affairs commander retires
    Baltimore Police Maj. Nathan Warfield, the former commander of the internal affairs section who was reassigned last year after pictures surfaced of him socializing with two men accused of drug dealing, is retiring, officials confirmed.  Warfield joined...
  • The Sun at 175

    The Sun at 175
    If Arunah S. Abell dared to imagine 175 years into the future when he produced the first copies of The Sun on May 17, 1837, he almost surely would have guessed that the nature of his business would remain fundamentally unchanged. The news would be printed...