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  • Diving: Forest Hill splits meets; North St. John's takes two

    Two days after losing to North St. John's, 58-23, Forest Hill defeated Five Oaks, 49-37. Forest Hill results: Five Oaks meet: 6-UB: 1. Patrick Conron, 29.40; 2. Stephen Brunner, 22.80. 8-UB: 1. Christopher Ward, 55.30; 2. Ryan Stewart, 51.30; 5....
  • Sally Ride had the cool to break the barriers

    Sally Ride had the cool to break the barriers
    Sally Ride had the coolest name. Perfect for the first American woman in space. On that day in 1983 when she shattered the ultimate glass ceiling aboard the shuttle Challenger, many in the crowd of a quarter-million people watching the launch — a...
  • City council approves bill requiring more audits

    The Baltimore City Council gave final approval Monday to a scaled-down version of a bill to require regular audits of major city agencies, some of which have not had a detailed financial review for more than a decade. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake...
  • Baltimore City towing contracts awarded for $1.8 million

    Baltimore officials awarded $1.8 million in contracts for the city's lucrative towing business on Wednesday, ending a practice that had allowed a small circle of companies to bypass the city's competitive bidding system for decades. City Councilman...
  • Tennis: Loyola sweeps Severn

    Loyola Blakefield coach Don Kraft said his team has its best shot to advance to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association team championships in May since he took over as head coach in 2000. The Dons showed signs of that with the season's first...
  • John Edward Edmondson, sales executive

    John Edward Edmondson, sales executive
    John Edward Edmondson, a retired sales executive and merchandiser, died April 18 of pancreatic cancer at his Catonsville home. He was 79. The son of a steelworker and a homemaker, Mr. Edmondson was born and raised in Cincinnati. After graduating from...
  • Tennis: Loyola builds confidence

    Tennis: Loyola builds confidence
    It has been McDonogh, Gilman and everybody else in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. "They have won 23 out of the last 24 championships, so everything goes through them," Loyola Blakefield coach Don Kraft said. Kraft,...
  • Russett: Learn about environmentally safe energy sources and products at Green Day

    Earth Week may be over but "going green" is on the rise. Alternative energy sources, such as solar and wind power, electric cars, earth friendly household products and more, are becoming very commonplace. Learn about going green at Russett's fourth...
  • Farm Fresh offers special discounts at Norfolk store

    Farm Fresh offers special discounts at Norfolk store
    As Farm Fresh continues rolling out its renovated stores, the North Military Highway store in Norfolk is the latest location to offer a special discount event.  Starting Wednesday, Aug. 27, the North Military Highway store will offer special prices on...
  • Consumer Reports: 'Natural' foods with a catch

    You see the word "natural" on a food label, and you assume it means that there's nothing artificial in it, right? So you figure that it must be healthier for you. Maybe, but maybe not, warns ShopSmart, the shopping magazine from the publisher of Consumer...
  • 2-a-days: Role players replace star power for No. 8 Lincoln-Way East

    2-a-days: Role players replace star power for No. 8 Lincoln-Way East
    Program recognition is not a problem for Lincoln-Way East football. Thirteen years. Thirteen playoff berths. One state championship. One runner-up finish. More than 100 Lincoln-Way East football players have moved on to play in college, coach Rob...
  • Steinberg: NFL franchise values continue to skyrocket

    T he United States economy has been locked in the worst recession since the 1930s for a number of years, with unemployment and underemployment rampant. The business of sports is a shining exception as the new Forbes Magazine National Football League...