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  • Doris Brandt Bauer, artist and art educator, dies

    Doris Brandt Bauer, artist and art educator, dies
    Doris Brandt Bauer, an art educator and artist whose mixed-media collages incorporated found objects such as driftwood, died of pneumonia and respiratory failure July 17 at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 86. Born Doris Caroline Brandt, she grew up in...
  • Towson football team confident it will turn the corner this season

    As the faces of the Colonial Athletic Association gathered for the conference's football media day, third-year Towson coach Rob Ambrose said he's about halfway done with the "construction project" of his program. That incomplete status doesn't affect...
  • In Bear's Tracks: Ralph Friedgen follows father's footsteps

    In Bear's Tracks: Ralph Friedgen follows father's footsteps
    With trembling hands, he reached for the phone and dialed the number. He was nervous, but his mind was clear. He was done with Maryland football. Finished. Three head coaches in three years had told him 300 different things, and none of them seemed able...
  • Terps football tentatively will open against William & Mary on Sept. 1

    Terps football tentatively will open against William & Mary on Sept. 1
    The Maryland football team is tentatively scheduled to open the 2012 season at home on Sept. 1 vs William & Mary, followed by games at Temple on  Sept. 8, home against Connecticut on  Sept. 15 and at West Virginia on Sept. 22. The matchups have not yet...
  • State: No. 8 Terps women win 3rd in a row, 91-61

    State: No. 8 Terps women win 3rd in a row, 91-61
    Lynetta Kizer scored 18 points and the No. 8 Maryland women's basketball team had six players in double figures while beating host Clemson for the 10th straight time Thursday night, 91-61. The Terrapins (21-3, 8-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), the ACC'...
  • Marjorie G. Gilbert, jewelry store owner

    Marjorie G. Gilbert, jewelry store owner
    Marjorie G. Gilbert, a retired certified public accountant who co-owned a Baltimore County jewelry business, died of pneumonia complications Feb. 13 at Sinai Hospital. She was 88 and lived in Owings Mills. Born Marjorie Gross in Newark, N.J., she was a...
  • What makes a great teacher?

    Editor: Americans have long argued about what makes an effective educator. The federal government, however, has ended that debate. Under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002, proposed by then-President George W. Bushand approved with bipartisan...
  • Boys basketball: Players to watch

    Eric Atkins Mount St. Joseph, guard •Bringing poise, sound fundamentals and versatility to the floor, Atkins will be leaned on heavily as the Gaels try to overcome graduation hits and injury woes. The junior standout averaged 14 points and...
  • Football: First, second team defense

    First-team defense CORY ANDERLIK Century, linebacker Anderlik did the job on both sides of the ball for the No. 11 Knights (12-1), who made it to the Class2A state semifinals. He rushed for more than 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns, but it was on the...
  • Q&A // Kelly Chapman, South River, field hockey

    Talk about learning on the job: South River senior Kelly Chapman - who was born in Alaska and has lived in Hawaii, Kansas and Korea among other places as part of a military family - had never even heard of field hockey until she moved to the area in the...
  • Journey to Jamestown

    My daughter, Isabelle, loves great stories -- especially the ones that are full of gloom. Her favorite movie scene is from Cinderella, when the main character's stepsisters rip apart her lovely pink dress just before the ball, followed closely by one from...
  • 2007 All-Metro Football Team - Defense

    Player of the Year: Bubba Harris, Loyola It's uncertain where the senior linebacker is going to college, but it is certain that he is the area's best defensive player and that he will play major college football. Harris, 6 feet 1 and 235 pounds, was a...