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  • Walk your best friend for charity at Patterson Park

    The annual BARCStoberfest & Strut Your Mutt Walk will happen Saturday, Oct. 22, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at Patterson Park, at the corner of Eastern and Linwood streets. The event, which is sponsored by the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, is held to...
  • For many, unemployment drags on and on

    For many, unemployment drags on and on
    Jo Anne Schneider studies marginalized groups: refugees, the poor, people with disabilities — and, lately, Americans who have been unemployed for months and months, which includes a lot of people who never would have considered themselves on the...
  • Md. defense contractors press Congress for details of cuts

    Northrop Grumman Corp. says it is already having difficulty attracting bright, tech-savvy workers. The CEO of Lockheed Martin Corp. told Congress this month that his company could have to lay off thousands of employees. They and other Maryland defense...
  • Softball: Twins from Seton Keough earn roster spots on Catonsville Chaos

     Softball: Twins from Seton Keough earn roster spots on Catonsville Chaos
    Catonsville Chaos under-18 softball coach Kerry Burns wasn't sure what to expect when he asked 15-year-old twins Allison and Hailee Clampitt to join his club team this summer. With only one tournament left — a college showcase tournament this...
  • Port Deposit: Town hosts 6th annual Rockfish Tournament

    The 6th Annual Rockfish Tournament was held last month in Port and the winners for the biggest fish were Randy Wilson, first prize of $1,125; Ed Haile, second prize of $562.50; and Lee Haile, third prize of $281.25. Three youngsters won gift...
  • Maryland lost 11,000 jobs in June, labor report says

    Maryland lost 11,000 jobs in June, labor report says
    Maryland's unemployment situation took a turn for the worse this spring and hasn't bounced back, with new estimates suggesting that the state lost 11,000 jobs in June — among the worst performances in the country. The U.S. Department of Labor...
  • Mount St. Joseph's Phil Booth one of the nation's top 2014 guard prospects

    Mount St. Joseph's Phil Booth one of the nation's top 2014 guard prospects
    The approach Phil Booth Sr.took in teaching his son the game of basketball could best be described as a trial-by-fire method. Booth would drive his elementary school-aged son to various Baltimore County basketball courts, and then let Phil Jr. fend for...
  • Two Laurel students will attend Washington Youth Summit on the Environment

    Laurel residents Thomas Smith, a student at Atholton High, and Alexandra Barrett, a student at Reservoir High, were among 250 individuals selected as National Youth Delegates to the Washington Youth Summit on the Environment, June 24-29 at George Mason...
  • How to deal?

    How to deal?
    There is no prescribed path, no blueprint Mike Hargrove can give Joe Gibbs. Dealing with death in sports is not in any coaching manual. In the aftermath of the shooting death of Pro Bowl safety Sean Taylor, Gibbs has to pull his shattered team together...
  • Volleyball: First, second teams

    Samantha Brostrom Centennial, hitter A two-year starter, the sophomore came into her own this season in helping the top-ranked Eagles win the Class 3A state title. A powerful hitter, she led Centennial with 172 kills and was the go-to player at the...
  • Just-announced concerts

    KISS at the Verizon Center on Oct. 13. Buckcherry will be the opening act. Tickets go on sale Aug. 29. 410-547-7328 or ticketmaster.com. Bruce Hornsby and The Noisemakers with The Wood Brothers (featuring Chris Wood of Medeski, Martin and Wood) at the...
  • Campaigns signal bright future for women

    Voting for the first time, 19-year-old Erika Bowman was beaming as she walked out of the voting booth at Glen Burnie Park Elementary. Her presidential pick was Sen. Barack Obama, but the months-long election cycle instilled in her a larger sense of...