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  • Former Mount St. Mary's basketball star Dick Talley dies

    Colleges Former Mount St. Mary's star Talley dies Dick Talley, the captain of Mount St. Mary's 1962 College Division men's basketball national championship team, has died, the university announced. Talley scored a team-high 23 points on 10-for-16...
  • Izzo, former CMW teacher, living, teaching and running in Nicaragua

    Jeff Izzo found his toughest, warmest, mid-winter running challenge not far from home — his temporary home in Managua, Nicaragua, that is. The former C. Milton Wright English teacher and cross-country coach completed the rugged Fuego y Agua (Fire...
  • Morgan State's Justin Black uses 2nd half run to help beat Coppin State

    Morgan State's Justin Black uses 2nd half run to help beat Coppin State
    Justin Black has become one of the most electrifying players in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference this season with his ability to take over a game. Midway through the second half against Coppin State on Wednesday night, he grabbed a loose ball and...
  • State women: Carter scores 1,000th point, but Coppin loses to Morgan, 66-61

    Tracey Carrington scored a game-high 22 points and host Morgan State beat Coppin State, 66-61, Wednesday night. The Bears improved to 3-22 overall and 1-11 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, and the Eagles fell to 12-13 and 9-4. Coppin's...
  • Morgan employee accused of stealing $66,000 from state

    Morgan employee accused of stealing $66,000 from state
    A Morgan State University employee with a previous record of theft was indicted this week, with prosecutors alleging he stole $66,000 in state funds. Robert Lee Terrell, 70, of Baltimore was arrested Tuesday and charged with five counts of felony theft...
  • Morgan State rallies around injured teammate

    Morgan State rallies around injured teammate
    Morgan State forward Thair Heath was unable to move in the minutes after he hit the ground in a game against Coppin State last week. It was in those moments his teammates knew they wanted to win the game in his honor. "The guys really wanted to play...
  • Powerful inside game guides Poly girls to win over City, 50-45

    Powerful inside game guides Poly girls to win over City, 50-45
    Poly's inside game proved too much for City to overcome in Tuesday night's girls basketball showdown between archrivals who went into the game undefeated in Baltimore City's Division I. The No. 2 Engineers exploited their dominance in the paint all...
  • State hoops: Black leads Morgan State men over UMES

    State hoops: Black leads Morgan State men over UMES
    Senior guard Justin Black led a trio of Morgan State scorers, who each notched 20 points or more, with 24 points in the Bears' (88-72 road win over UMES Monday night. Forward Cedric Blossom scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and center Ian Chiles...
  • Coppin State men looking to better home record in second half

    Coppin State men looking to better home record in second half
    Fang Mitchell doesn't like Coppin State's Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference home record, and he doesn't know what to do about it.  "We're 2-2 in the conference at home, and that is not what I expected at this time," the coach said.  Coppin State (8-14),...
  • From vice, MK Asante finds his voice

    From vice, MK Asante finds his voice
    Young buck. Buck wild. Make a buck. Buck the system. The buck stops here. "Buck" stops here. In his office at Morgan State University, MK Asante, the youngest professor ever to receive tenure at the school, is reflecting upon his teen years in the...
  • African Art Museum shines light on the continent [Column]

    Doris Ligon may be Baltimore born and bred, but she can't seem to get her mind off Africa. "I was in my 30s before I heard anything positive about Africa," recalls Ligon, 77, who, along with her late husband, Claude, opened the African Art Museum of...
  • Snow moves Anne Arundel County basketball championships, others unchanged

    Snow moves Anne Arundel County basketball championships, others unchanged
    The big snow has forced Anne Arundel County officials to move their basketball championships to next Friday, Feb. 21 instead of Wednesday, because some postponed games have backed up into the middle of next week. The Anne Arundel championships were...