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Hillcrest Elementary School finished in first place at the Baltimore County Public School’s Black Saga Competition last weekend. The school sent two teams to the Feb. 23 competition at Randallstown High School. One was named champion and the other...
Tags: Randallstown, Literature
The Baltimore SunThere are more than 80 players from Baltimore and the surrounding counties on 2013 Division I baseball rosters. Towson boasts the largest number with 14, followed by Coppin State with 10 and Maryland with nine. The season for the majority of the schools...
Tags: College Sports, Baseball, College Baseball
Leola Spotwood had a career-high 24points and eight rebounds as Coppin State (12-15, 8-6 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) defeated Howard, 71-64, on Saturday. The Bison (16-10, 10-4) led 62-56 with 5:34 to play before Bria Harris made a layup and...
Loyola trailed by 12 with less than eight minutes left, but a 19-5 run put the Greyhounds in front, and they held off host Tennessee State for a 69-67 win in men's basketball in Ramada Worldwide Bracketbuster action Saturday night. It was the first...
Unleashing your sociological imagination is a must! In the days of social media, consumers are bombarded by media images and sound bites that become the "reality" of those who relish in having others think for them. The recent announcement by Johns...
Tags: Suicide, General Practitioners
North American Lacrosse League Rockhoppers pound Bombers in 18-9 win Mike Stone scored seven goals and earned Player of the Game honors for the Boston Rockhoppers in their 18-9 victory over the Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Du Burns Arena. With the...
Coppin State University is unable to pay its adjunct professors on time this month, the latest in a string of problems for the embattled college. In an email obtained by The Baltimore Sun, Habtu Braha, the interim associate vice president for academic...
Nationals Gio Gonzalez responds to ESPN PED report Washington Nationals starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez responded with a statement to Tuesday's revelation from ESPN that he did not purchase banned substances from the Biogenesis clinic, but he did not...
Jerrelle Benimon had 17 points and seven rebounds as visiting Towson beat Hofstra, 57-50, in men's basketball Saturday. Benimon's basket gave Towson a 53-44 lead with 1:10 to go as the Tigers won for the first time in the past eight games at Hofstra....
At the time of her brother's arrest and trial, Patricia Booth-Townes supported the death penalty — "an eye for an eye," as she put it. Even after her brother was sentenced to die, she says, she didn't waver. She just didn't believe he'd committed...
Tags: Annapolis, Randallstown, Death Penalty, Criminals, Punishment
Jennifer N. Conyers, a Baltimore City Health Department research analyst who enjoyed making jewelry and photography, was found slain Friday in her Northwest Baltimore home. She was 32. Ms. Conyers' body was discovered in the basement of her home in the...
Tags: Family, HIV, AIDS, Music, University of Baltimore
Redskins Corner Hall released; Carriker's deal redone Forced to make moves to get below the NFL-mandated salary cap of $123 million, the Washington Redskins released cornerback DeAngelo Hall, restructured defensive end Adam Carriker's deal and...
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