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  • Friday Buffet: Vita's big launch, health hazards of Wii and 'Star Wars' nerd-rage

    Friday Buffet: Vita's big launch, health hazards of Wii and 'Star Wars' nerd-rage
    News Roundup •••• Sony launched the PlayStation Vita on Wednesday in North America and Europe, and analysts are predicting it could actually be a hit for the beleaguered company despite slowing sales in Japan. [Los Angeles Times]...
  • Review: 'Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning' blazes its own magical trail

    Review: 'Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning' blazes its own magical trail
    "Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning" Developer: Big Huge Games/38 Studios Platform: Xbox 360/PS3/PC Score: 8/10 “Kingoms of Amalur: Reckoning” is not “Skyrim,” and that is completely OK. It seems unfair to review such an ambitious game...
  • Mayo author makes new, familiar tale from 'Secret Garden'

    Mayo author makes new, familiar tale from 'Secret Garden'
    When she was growing up, Ellen Potter was an avid reader, and nothing thrilled her more than settling down with her well-worn copy of Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic 1911 children's novel, "The Secret Garden." The book's heroine, 10-year-old Mary...
  • Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: Mt. View Middle School teams impressive at First Lego League challenge

    The mission: identify an area where food spoilage or contamination could potentially occur and develop an innovative solution to the problem. Design and program a robot to safely convey foods from their point of origin to their point of consumption....
  • Building learning with Legos

    Building learning with Legos
    Second-graders at Worthington Elementary School in Ellicott City are taking on science, technology, engineering and math brick by brick. Lego bricks, that is. Last month, Worthington formed a partnership with Howard High School in a new Lego Robotics...
  • First-time principal leads Woodholme Elementary to Blue Ribbon honor

    First-time principal leads Woodholme Elementary to Blue Ribbon honor
    With only 10 minutes notice, the 45 teachers of Woodholme Elementary School eagerly escorted their 781 students to a mystery assembly. Principal Maralee Clark had carefully crafted what she would say to them and quickly began building the suspense. "Boys...
  • Empty Stocking Fund exceeds 2011 goal

    Empty Stocking Fund exceeds 2011 goal
    More generous donations in the past week from Harford County area residents, businesses and organizations helped The Aegis Empty Stocking Fund exceed its 2011 fundraising goal. As of Monday evening, the Empty Stocking Fund has raised $84,048 in donations...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    Lots of new TV, local shows for the first week of 2012. MOVIES OPENING (Friday; subject to change) The Devil Inside Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy NOTABLE TV MONDAY The Bachelor (season premiere; 8 p.m.; ABC) Pretty Little Liars (returns from hiatus; 8...
  • The little boy who no longer lives here

    I won't be reading this column today; it was hard enough just to write it. This is the father-notes-little-boy-growing-up column that I fought off a dozen times. Nick's high school graduation was in June. I attended, of course, and found myself too...
  • No final whistle for these high school coaches

    No final whistle for these high school coaches
    At Glenelg High, a robot named "The Dean" is this summer's big star. The robot is designed, built and programmed by students of the school's robotics club, founded in 2001 under the direction of longtime teacher and softball/girls soccer coach Dean...
  • Bargain-hunting consumers grant stores' fondest wishes this shopping season

    Bargain-hungry consumers went on a spending spree over the post-Thanksgiving weekend, sparking hope of a better-than-expected holiday season for retailers. But stores will need to keep promoting heavily to meet - if not beat - last year's holiday sales,...
  • St. Charles, Batavia police blotter: Feb. 10

    St. Charles, Batavia police blotter: Feb. 10
    The following items were gathered from police reports: St. Charles •A Mercedes-Benz parked outside Rookies, 1545 W. Main St., was found with a "substantial" amount of damage, according to police. The car was vandalized between 2 p.m. Jan. 30...