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Online courses at Harford Community College are becoming more available to students and such opportunities encourage self-starters, two employees of the college's e-learning center said. LeRoy Trusty, director of the college's e-learning center, and...
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Tags: Media Industry, Twitter, Inc., Social Media, PayPal, Inc., Homes
The number was untraceable - almost. On Election Night in 2010, The Baltimore Sun's switchboard lit up with reports of a suspicious "robocall": it told voters to relax, that President Obama and Gov.Martin O'Malley had been successful, and that there...
The Baltimore SunRay Rice is showing off his chess skills in a new online ad campaign. The increasingly marketable Ravens running back has been unveiled this week as not only the newest pitchman for Xenith football helmets, but the face of the company's player safety...
Tags: Ray Rice, Football, Online Advertising
The Baltimore SunA couple of controversial, Internet piracy bills in Congress have pit the tech industry against the music business, even independents. In a statement sent out early Wednesday afternoon, A2IM, the largest trade organization of independent musicians and...
On Oct. 19, four classes of students from Ridge Ruxton School in Towson were scheduled to attend a special performance at the Hippodrome Theatre of "A Gazillion Bubbles." The production has been created especially for autistic students. More than 600...
If you're plagued by potholes in your community, perhaps this week's Consumer Website of the Week can help. I write The Sun's Watchdog feature, and this week we tackled the ubiquitous pothole --- helping one Dundalk man figure out who to call for craters...
Tags: Transportation, Road Transportation, Dundalk
Chanting "Return to sender" outside the Waverly post office Wednesday, four Baltimore City Council members protested a United States Postal Service plan to close as many as eight post offices in the city. On the list is Waverly, 3000 Homewood Ave., which...
Singe marks still scar the wall of the Canton grocery store where Stanislaw Ptak spent his final night outside. The homeless man died six months ago after he accidentally set himself on fire while lighting a cigarette. The rowhouse on Pitcher Street...
Dining@LargeOver on Consuming Interests, they're talking about the FDA's freshly launched food-recall search engine. This was something the agency was compelled to do under the Food Safety Modernization Act. Food Production Daily provides a useful side-by-side...
Content Editor, night production Job description: The Baltimore Sun has an opening for a content editor who would oversee digital efforts and breaking news at night while helping to put the finishing touches on the next day's print edition. This editor's...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the Midnight Sun blog: In response to an inquiry from the federal government trade czar, the Recording Industry Association of America released Monday a filing itemizing "notorious markets" across the globe. Notorious markets are physical places...
Tags: Movies, Business, Sales, Sound Recordings, Ukraine
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