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  • Towson gets $4.75 million from SECU for arena naming rights

    Towson gets $4.75 million from SECU for arena naming rights
    SECU, the Linthicum-based credit union, will pay $4.75 million over the next 10 years to have Towson University's new basketball facility called SECU Arena. The financial institution will hold a news conference at the university today to announce the...
  • Jonathon Scott Fuqua perseveres as prolific (dyslexic) author, gifted (colorblind) illustrator

    Jonathon Scott Fuqua perseveres as prolific (dyslexic) author, gifted (colorblind) illustrator
    When Jonathon Scott Fuqua was 13 years old, he and his older brother put on their swimming trunks and went surfing during a Florida hurricane. The wind bent the palm trees rimming the Gulf of Mexico nearly double, like boomerangs. The teens were...
  • Pan Am event 'surreal' for Johns Hopkins' Hannah Oneda

    Pan Am event 'surreal' for Johns Hopkins' Hannah Oneda
    The realization that long-distance runner Hannah Oneda would represent the United States at the 2013 Pan Am Junior Athletics Championships in Medellin, Colombia, this weekend didn't fully hit the Westminster native and Winters Mill graduate until she...
  • Howard woman offers 'hope' of college education to teen parents

    Howard woman offers 'hope' of college education to teen parents
    Less than 2 percent of teen mothers who have a child before the age of 18 complete college before they turn 30, according to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. One Howard County woman is trying to change that. "When you...
  • Against Old Dominion, Terps look to avoid recent trend of upsets

    Against Old Dominion, Terps look to avoid recent trend of upsets
    Maryland's game against Old Dominion on Saturday marks the beginning of the end of an era. The Terps plan to phase out games against Football Championship Subdivision opponents in the coming years. But Maryland (1-0, 0-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) knows...
  • Mary J. May, homemaker

    Mary J. May, a homemaker and yachtswoman, died March 31 from bone marrow disease at Heartfields at Easton, an assisted-living community. She was 91. The daughter of a mining engineer and a homemaker, the former Mary Josephine Hundley was born and...
  • Boys Athlete of the Week: Matt Tilley, Gilman, baseball

    Boys Athlete of the Week: Matt Tilley, Gilman, baseball
    The senior shortstop-outfielder led the Greyhounds (12-4) to a 4-1 record last week. Tilley came through offensively and defensively late in a dramatic 9-8 win over No. 14 Mount St. Joseph in the President's Cup semifinal game Saturday. He hit a two-run...
  • Kenyan Kikanae Punyua pursues his dreams in an imperiled Terps program

    Kenyan Kikanae Punyua pursues his dreams in an imperiled Terps program
    COLLEGE PARK -- The college 5K race was ending too soon for University of Maryland freshman Kikanae Punyua. He summoned his legs to stride faster but felt instead an unnerving sense of fatigue — a vulnerability unfamiliar to a 20-year-old who had...
  • Two Columbia residents know difference between pro, amateur triathlons

    Two Columbia residents know difference between pro, amateur triathlons
    The life of a triathlete is decidely different for amateurs and pros. For Ben Bartlett, a 25-year-old former high school runner who turned to triathlons while in college at William and Mary, the goal is to get his pro card. After financial issues led...
  • Notebook: Terps' Brad Craddock shows range, misses kicks vs. Wake Forest

    Notebook: Terps' Brad Craddock shows range, misses kicks vs. Wake Forest
    Maryland kicker Brad Craddock has been something of a mystery to Terps fans in his first season. Since he is a freshman, it was uncertain how much range the Australian had. Craddock, who is still learning the American game, provided some answers about...
  • Harford well represented at Baltimore Running Festival Saturday

    Six-hundred Harford County runners were part of the record field of 27,000 in the Baltimore Running Festival Saturday. Several of them captured age-group awards in the half-marathon, marathon and 5K. Esther Buchser of Abingdon finished first in the...
  • HCC men's basketball team represents well on national stage

    The Howard Community College men's basketball team, under second-year coach Mike Smelkinson, represented itself well at the National Junior Athletic Association Division II tournament at the Danville Area Community College in Illinois The unseeded...