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  • Rich Zinkand named Calvert Hall soccer coach

    Rich Zinkand named Calvert Hall soccer coach
    Calvert Hall has named Rich Zinkand, a 1987 graduate and a member of the school’s English department, as its new varsity soccer coach. Zinkand has been the head men’s soccer coach at CCBC-Essex for the past 10 years and replaces retired...
  • Rodgers Forge: Ending school year carries accolades to Towson-area local students

    Honors will be heaped on Rodgers Forge resident John Zylstra, who will receive the Outstanding Graduating Senior Award from the Mathematics and Statistics Department from theUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County. Later, on May 21, John will graduate...
  • Meet the Recruit: Terps defensive line commitment Roman Braglio

    Meet the Recruit: Terps defensive line commitment Roman Braglio
    This is part of a series of 2012 Maryland football commitment Q&As leading up to Signing Day on Feb. 1. All answers are provided by the featured player. Name: Roman Braglio Birthdate: June 28, 1993 Birthplace: Woodstock, Md. Hometown: Woodstock, Md....
  • Offbeat bar crawls offer a fun spin on your night out

    Offbeat bar crawls offer a fun spin on your night out
    A pub crawl is simple: Gather some friends, hit some bars and stumble your separate ways home. While fun, the routine can get a little repetitive. That's why, in the past couple years, a number of off-beat bar crawls have sprung up. Now, you and a...
  • Savage/North Laurel

    'Fall History Lecture Series' Michael Bosworth, a naval architect and historian specializing in the War of 1812 and the Federal period, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Montpelier Arts Center, 9652 Muirkirk Road in Laurel. Free....
  • Montpelier/South Laurel: Montpelier Mansion offers Black History Month program Jan. 28

    New Year's greetings to all of our Montpelier/South Laurel community, hoping that 2012 finds us happy and healthy. As usual, there are lots of goings-on in our community to keep us engaged. There will be a coffee for seniors sponsored by Prince George'...
  • Mt. de Sales Academy teacher returns from fellowship program in Abraham Lincoln's Springfield home

    In July, Michelle Natale, a teacher at Mount de Sales Academy, participated in the Horace Mann-Abraham Lincoln Fellowship Program in Springfield, Ill. In addition to viewing Lincoln's home, tomb and museum, the group heard experts speak on the Civil War...
  • Scouting the Ravens' three potential playoff opponents

    Scouting the Ravens' three potential playoff opponents
    Jarret Johnson is "a little sick of football" right now — at least when it comes to watching on TV. With the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl and Beef O'Brady's Bowl and the TicketCity Bowl dominating the TV in recent weeks, the Ravens linebacker can't...
  • Table Talk: Zagat survey says Baltimoreans are among nation's least frequent diners

    Table Talk: Zagat survey says Baltimoreans are among nation's least frequent diners
    Zagat has released its 2012 America's Top Restaurants Survey, covering 1,578 of the nation's top restaurants across 45 U.S. markets, including Baltimore, which is yoked together in most, but not all, of the survey questions with Washington. Restaurant...
  • Banks joins Harford Educator Hall of Fame

    Banks joins Harford Educator Hall of Fame
    Maudeline A. Banks was inducted into the Harford County Public Schools Educator Hall of Fame as its 163rd member Monday. Banks, 92, who retired in 1979, taught at the Bel Air Colored School, later named Central Consolidated, that is now Hickory...
  • E-readers debut at Anne Arundel libraries

    Electronic readers will make their debut this week at Anne Arundel County public libraries, when 200 e-readers become available for patrons to take home. E-reader technology allows a user to have hundreds of hours of reading materials on a portable,...
  • Red Pump Elementary lays cornerstone

    Red Pump Elementary lays cornerstone
    Red Pump Elementary School just north of Bel Air was filled with a sea of red and black, as students, staff, parents and community leaders came out Friday to celebrate the formal dedication of Harford County Public Schools' newest school. The children,...