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  • Jon Schmidt makes most of senior year at Friends

    Jon Schmidt makes most of senior year at Friends
    Jon Schmidt's basketball prowess is such that the 6-foot-7 senior will play the sport at Brown University next winter. It's how the 2011 Baltimore Messenger Athlete of the Year handled his other sports — soccer and lacrosse — that shows...
  • Boston mayor had defused racial tensions

    Boston mayor had defused racial tensions
    Former Boston Mayor Kevin Hagan White, who steered the city through the racial storm caused by court-ordered school desegregation and is credited with giving political access to blacks, women and gays, died late last month at his Beacon Hill home. White,...
  • Benson puts week-long hold on O'Ms state police chief appointment

    Prince George's County Sen. Joanne C. Benson wants an extra week to examine a "personnel matter" she wants resolved with Gov. Martin O'Malley's nominee for superintendent of the state police, Marcus Brown.  "There is something that needs to be done,"...
  • Guard Aaron Parks leads Lake Clifton boys to win

    The Lake Clifton boys basketball team has something special going on these days. It starts with a flustering zone defense, continues with responsible work on the boards and is rounded out with unselfish play on offense. The No. 5 Lakers had each facet...
  • Schools, parents try to keep pace with cyber-bullying tactics

    Schools, parents try to keep pace with cyber-bullying tactics
    Katie Anger, a bright-eyed redhead from West Friendship, opened the door for cyber-bullying as a middle-schooler, when she installed the "Honesty Box" app on her Facebook page. Some teens used the now-defunct Facebook feature to criticize her...
  • Gilman rallies from 59 points down to win MIAA indoor track title

    Gilman rallies from 59 points down to win MIAA indoor track title
    LANDOVER — Gilman didn't enjoy the first part of Friday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship meet, as Mount St. Joseph got off to a very fast start. But the top-ranked Greyhounds rallied back from a 59-point hole to edge the...
  • Coppin State defeats Morgan State, 80-77

    Shawntae Payne scored a career-high 18 points, leading four players in double figures as Coppin State extended its season-best winning streak to six with an 80-77 victory over host Morgan State on Saturday at Hill Field House. The Eagles (13-10, 8-2 Mid-...
  • Columbia weddings and engagements

    Tim and Sandy Gillen, of Columbia, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Gillen to Tom Lipinski, son of Edith Lipinski, of Concord, Mass.; and Dr. Joseph Lipinski, also of Concord. Shannon Gillen and Tom Lipinski Tim and Sandy Gillen, of...
  • Howard County weddings and engagements

    Sharon and Jerry Kramer, of Ellicott City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Elizabeth Kramer, to Stephen Robert Heussler, son of Robert and the late Marcia Heussler, of Hamden, Conn. Allison E. Kramer and Stephen R. Huessler Sharon and...
  • Weekend Wrap: Terps still in the running for shooting guard Darrick Wood

    Weekend Wrap: Terps still in the running for shooting guard Darrick Wood
    Maryland remains in the mix for a top shooting guard target, and the Terps' stiffest competition appears to be the school where this player was originally committed.NBE Basketball Report caught up with Darrick Wood at the National Prep School...
  • Anne Arundel County exhibit briefs

    'Lina Vargas De La Hoz: Portable Places, Permanent Spaces' Exhibition is on view through Monday, Feb. 27, in Anne Arundel Community College's Cade Center Gallery, 101 College Parkway, Arnold. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays-Fridays and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m....
  • Pasquale 'Pat' Panaggio

    Pasquale 'Pat' Panaggio
    Pasquale "Pat" Panaggio, a World War II veteran who worked for the state Department of Human Resources for more than two decades, died Sunday of cancer at his Towson home. He was 89. The son of a shoemaker and a homemaker, Mr. Pasquale was born and...