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  • Civil War exhibit a highlight at B&O Train Museum [Mostly Main Street]

    Now that the holidays are over, and the looming Super Bowl doesn't seem to be as big a deal around here as it was last year, you have time to do some exploring in the historic district. Bring the family down to the B&O Railroad Museum, Ellicott City...
  • First day of school a time for new beginnings at Relay Elementary

    First day of school a time for new beginnings at Relay Elementary
    Susan Menefee and Erin Brice stood near the front door of Relay Elementary School, blinking back tears as they waited for the first day of school to begin. They weren't scared first-graders — or even the mothers of scared first-graders. Brice'...
  • Competition, collaboration showcased at Ridgely Robotics Camp

    Competition, collaboration showcased at Ridgely Robotics Camp
    Students won't be starting back at Ridgely Middle School for another week, but the boisterous energy and collaborative thought displayed by students at the school's Robotics Camp snapped the school out of its summer calm Friday at the end-of-camp...
  • FIRST Lego League comes to Ellicott City's Triadelphia Ridge

    FIRST Lego League comes to Ellicott City's Triadelphia Ridge
    Triadelphia Ridge Elementary School fifth-grader Alex Liu likes Legos for the same reason he likes robotics: with the same pieces of equipment, he can do countless things. "You can use one set and make tons of different things. You don't have to keep...
  • Derailment reaction: 'I thought it was a missile, that we were under attack'

    Derailment reaction: 'I thought it was a missile, that we were under attack'
    The explosion blasted out the windows at Shepherd Electric Supply as pieces of the ceiling rained down and the building groaned. Roger Sampson, an employee, had lived in earthquake-prone Los Angeles for eight years and felt a quake shake Maryland two...
  • Cool down hot schools, Baltimore County board told

    Parents and students from Carney Elementary and Westowne Elementary in Catonsville lobbied the Baltimore County Board of Education for air conditioning Thursday night at hearing on the FY 2015 capital budget.  "We students find it hard to learn well...
  • Port observes Maritime Day, holds inaugural Career Expo

    Port observes Maritime Day, holds inaugural Career Expo
    Although it leads the East Coast in several categories of shipping activity, the port of Baltimore often seems to be hiding in plain sight. So officials used the Saturday observance of National Maritime Day to throw open a pier at the Canton Marine...
  • UM showcases first foals born on campus in 30 years

    UM showcases first foals born on campus in 30 years
    College junior Steve Moirano has no children of his own, but he played the proud parent Saturday as a pair of foals debuted to a crowd of onlookers at the University of Maryland campus farm. "What was it like?" Brandon Hurn, a sophomore chemical...
  • No shortage of ways to celebrate Mother's Day in Ellicott City

    No shortage of ways to celebrate Mother's Day in Ellicott City
    Here's wishing every lady who is celebrating, a very happy Mother's Day. I hope the weather cooperates on Sunday, and you can take your family for a stroll down Main Street. As luck would have it there are several things going on this Mother's Day. One...
  • Two programs on school system's TV channel address educational disparities

    While many public school systems are gravitating toward the Web to reach audiences about programs, the Anne Arundel school system has turned to an older method to inform the public about its efforts to address purported educational disparities —...
  • The value of arts in education

    One dreary spring morning, I entered Robert Moton Elementary as opera resounded through its halls, stirring my soul like never before. As a school psychologist with limited exposure to classical genres, I was startled but tremendously invigorated by...
  • From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values

    From Sun Magazine: Phelps family values
    Hilary Phelps was approaching the finish line of her first Ironman triathlon. Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" was playing. She was wrung out from more than 14 hours of swimming, cycling and now running, certain that there wasn't a single drop of...