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  • Harford superintendent search warrants more attention [Editorial]

    Such is the nature of Internet culture that when the general public has the opportunity to weigh in on what qualities a new superintendent of schools for Harford County are most important, the results are being collected and tabulated by a website with...
  • Things to know for Monday

    Things to know for Monday
    The United States has won the Gold Cup final against Panama. Welcome to your trends report for July 29, 2013. TRENDING NOW Gold Cup Final Where: Google Search Why: Panama failed to answer and the U.S. secured a 1-0 triumph and its fifth Gold Cup...
  • Things to know for Wednesday

    Things to know for Wednesday
    Racer Tony Stewart has hurt his leg and will be out of competition for the near future. Also, the government has decided it can pretty much take whatever it wants from you, whether you're charged with anything or not. Additionally, George Duke, who...
  • Opposed to the field house at intersection in Fallston [Letter]

    Editor: An alternate view on " In favor of a field house at Rts. 1 and 152." Do we desperately (having lost all hope) need an "Arena Club" in Fallston's Aumar Village? A healthy lifestyle is an attitude, a choice, not a venue. So is community....
  • NSA director says he's 'not wedded' to surveillance programs

    NSA director says he's 'not wedded' to surveillance programs
    In a public appearance in Baltimore on Thursday, National Security Agency director Keith Alexander forcefully defended surveillance methods that have come under scrutiny this year but acknowledged that some of them may need adjustments. Alexander, an...
  • Reining in the NSA

    Reining in the NSA
    Speaking in Baltimore last week, National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander defended the methods his agency uses to spy on the private phone calls and emails of millions of American citizens, but he did appear to give a little ground to critics...
  • Don't change school schedule

    Don't change school schedule
    The latest plane being rolled out of the hangar at Dallas Dance Airlines (also known as the Baltimore County Public School headquarters) should be grounded before it has a chance to take off. The recently announced plan to move to an eight-class...
  • Millennial Media shares fall sharply on news of deal, losses

    Millennial Media shares fall sharply on news of deal, losses
    Shares of Millennial Media fell nearly 20 percent in early trading Wednesday on news that the Canton mobile advertising company would buy a competitor at a bargain price and that its second-quarter losses widened. Millennial announced Tuesday it struck a...
  • Century field hockey stops Glenelg in state semifinals on sudden-victory goal

    Century field hockey stops Glenelg in state semifinals on sudden-victory goal
    For the first time in four years, Glenelg’s season ended before the Class 2A state championship game. It was a give-and-go fastbreak that became the game-winner for Century Wednesday night at Broadneck in the Class 2A state semifinals. The goal...
  • Learn more about unusual six-tailed asteroid in online chat

    Learn more about unusual six-tailed asteroid in online chat
    Scientists have plenty of questions about a bizarre asteroid spotted spouting what looks like six comet-like tails, but they are nevertheless giving the public an opportunity to make their own queries about it. Researchers are holding a Google Hangout...
  • 'Scandal' recap: 'Everything's Coming Up Mellie'

    'Scandal' recap: 'Everything's Coming Up Mellie'
    Always a team player, Mellie is in the middle of shooting a behind-the-scenes look at the East Wing, to rehab her image. Basically, she has to drone on about curating the White House’s art, etc, poor thing. Flashback to 15 years ago in Santa...
  • Google to pay Md. $1M over privacy breach allegations

    Google to pay Md. $1M over privacy breach allegations
    Google will pay the Maryland state government $1 million as part of a $17 million, 37-state settlement for collecting information on consumers' Internet browsing activity without their consent. The data was gathered from iPhone and iPad users despite a...