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  • Md. projects seek foreign dollars from would-be immigrants

    The private developers of two high-profile state projects are seeking financing through a visa program that lets wealthy foreigners go to the front of the line for green cards and possible U.S. citizenship in return for a $500,000 investment....
  • Dr. Herbert Leonard Warres

    Dr. Herbert Leonard Warres
    Dr. Herbert Leonard Warres, a World War II combat surgeon who later became a radiologist and headed the outpatient radiology department at what is now the University of Maryland Medical Center, died Wednesday at North Oaks retirement community in...
  • Ivy bookshop gets new owners

    Ivy bookshop gets new owners
    Fans of the Ivy Bookshop in North Baltimore got some good news today, with the announcement that new owners have been found. Ann and Ed Berlin will take ownership in January, according to an email from store owner Darielle Linehan. She said the "Berlins...
  • With 'Jamesy Boy,' Annapolis brothers ready to take on Hollywood

    With 'Jamesy Boy,' Annapolis brothers ready to take on Hollywood
    Growing up in Annapolis, Tim and Trevor White were hardly inseparable. Each brother had his own set of friends and pursued his own interests: Trevor discovered a passion for film early on, while Tim seemed more adrift. But recently, a shared commitment...
  • For a Muslim American in the Middle East, a new kind of prejudice

    As a Muslim from the United States traveling to study in the Middle East, I assumed this would be the end to discrimination and prejudice toward me for being a Muslim, but I soon discovered otherwise. Even in a Muslim country, there were ways in which I...
  • The rising Sun

    The rising Sun
    A little more than 175 years ago, an ex-journeyman printer from New England boarded a carriage bound for America's southernmost big city. His hope was to start a newspaper there and run it himself. His friends thought he was out of his mind. Baltimore,...
  • 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...
  • Phelps photo no joke, some say

    Phelps photo no joke, some say
    Ten years ago, a photo that showed an athlete like Michael Phelps apparently getting high at a party probably would have resulted in considerable fallout. That might still happen to the athlete who has won the most gold medals in Olympic history, who has...
  • Obama's challenge changes

    Obama's challenge changes
    In running a successful national campaign, Barack Obama laid down guidelines that came to be seen as hallmarks of his leadership style. He prizes loyalty, discretion, teamwork and selflessness, say those who have worked with him. But as he shapes a new...
  • Army-Navy rivalry often a family affair

    Army-Navy rivalry often a family affair
    It happens, inevitably, at every sporting event. Katie Odierno Funk hears the national anthem and her eyes well up with tears. It's true whether she's watching baseball or basketball, but it hits her the hardest, without fail, at the Army-Navy football...
  • Loyola joins SAT-optional colleges

    Loyola joins SAT-optional colleges
    Loyola College's Jesuit tradition calls for it to serve students who did not start with every economic, social or geographic advantage. Widespread research, meanwhile, shows that standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT favor those from privileged...