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The Atlantic Coast Conference has always had a reputation for being a top-heavy basketball league, especially when its top two teams, North Carolina and Duke, were significantly better than their competition. As ACC play begins this weekend, there is a...
Five state-owned toll bridges will be getting an $11 million security upgrade, including new lighting, sensors to detect stopped vehicles and cameras to peer above and below the spans. Work on the bridges — Bay, Key, Nice, Tydings and Hatem —...
In the past 30 years we have seen such an incredible change in the WWE. If you were alive to witness it, or if you went through the archives, you’ll notice how unique and diverse each era has been, especially those eras of prosperity. With recent...
Television watchers can thank Peter Larsson and his fast-growing Hanover company for one of the best views available for Sunday's race through downtown Baltimore — and for just about any car race anywhere in the U.S., for that matter. Larsson's...
Both city and race officials count the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix as a success, but when it comes to tallying the number of people who attended the three-day event, there was not as much agreement. Dale Dillon, general manager of the Baltimore...
If you're looking to buy your very first home, HGTV wants to cast you in its weekly series "My First Place." The home and garden television network is searching for first-time homebuyers in Baltimore to appear on the show, which will be airing its 11th...
Tags: HGTV (tv network), Television, Annapolis, John Clark
Glenn H. Lahman, a pioneering television broadcast chief engineer who never lost his affection for old tube radios, died of cancer Oct. 10 at his Annapolis home. He was 86. Born in Bucyrus, Ohio, he left a farming community for the Valparaiso, Ind.,...
Tags: Television, Engineering, Memorial Day, Annapolis, WJZ-TV
Networks should pay Coley Harvey Orlando Sentinel With the reforms announced last week, at least we can finally say the NCAA is no longer crawling around aimlessly on its hands and knees. The big boy diapers may remain, but at least the association has...
Baltimoresun.com StaffT.J., Bel Air: Does Troy Patton's shoulder condition -- and the Orioles' knowledge of it prior to the Miguel Tejada trade -- change your perception of the deal at all? Dan Connolly: No, it really doesn't. If Patton can't come back from shoulder surgery...
USA Swimming said late last night that it has decided to suspend Michael Phelps from competition for the next three months as punishment for a photo that was published in a British tabloid over the weekend that appeared to show him smoking marijuana. The...
The Celebrity Mercury,the newest of Celebrity Cruises' Century-class ships, offers 9-night and 12-night cruises from Baltimore. The ship has an impressive list of unique amenities, including a saltwater pool, cigar and champagne bars, tea service, and a...
Sun Foreign StaffMOSCOW -- The technicians and cosmonauts working in Russia's once-glorious space program were laboring in obscurity a week ago, ignored by the world they had once astonished. Today, the fate of the $100 billion International Space Station, and the...
Tags: World War II (1939-1945), Finance, NASA, Death, Vehicles
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