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Tracy Balazs, the president and CEO of an Annapolis-based staffing firm, was named Entrepreneurial Success of the Year last month by the Baltimore district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration. She founded the company, Federal Staffing...
College wrestling UM's Myers, O'Neill win titles at Wilkes Open Five Maryland wrestlers won places on the podium Friday at the 80th annual Wilkes Open in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., led by individual championships for 285-pound Spencer Myers and 125-pound Paul...
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The Baltimore SunSt. Paul's defenseman Travis Wood, a Johns Hopkins recruit, was named "Most Likely to Dominate" at his position after the Oct. 8 conclusion of the inaugural invitation-only Project 9.9 camp at St. Paul's. The camp was co-founded by former Hopkins All-...
Growing up on Long Island, Anthony Burgos was steeped in two sports that make him a good fit in Baltimore – football and lacrosse. He played both at Nassau Community College in Garden City, N.Y. His lacrosse team won the national junior college...
A 36-game losing streak dating to 2005, including an 0-12 season in 2011, had the sophomores on the CCBC-Essex women's lacrosse team considering calling it quits this year. "Last year we didn't win any games," said sophomore midfielder Paige Orpin (Perry...
NewsdayNassau Community College's trustees took a defiant stand last night, voting 5 to 3 to reject the SUNY's chancellor's urgent request they redo the search for a new college president. The five votes bypassed Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher. The board is...
NewsdayThe leaders of three full-time faculty groups at Nassau Community College are defending the integrity of the search for the school's next president and calling on college trustees to continue with a formal investigation into allegations of bias during the...
NewsdayHours before the public portion of the Nassau Community College trustees meeting Tuesday night, SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher asked the board's chairman to suspend the search for NCC's new president. It was a request, not an order, because Nassau...
Old Dominion, ranked 25th nationally, opened the weekend with an impressive 26-9 win over The Citadel. Jerome Robinson (125 pounds) led off the slate with a 14-1 major win over Joaquin Marquez. Scott Festejo (133) followed with a 7-4 decision over...
The Art & History Museums – Maitland (A&H) continues its popular Artists' Critique & Conversation series on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. The program is free and open to the public. Each critique is led by artist, arts writer and instructor Josh...
It says a lot about the American people that so many good folks from around the country have headed to the Atlantic Seaboard to assist those affected by the wrath of Superstorm Sandy. Those who have responded to the crisis have included people from the...
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Staff WriterEl Centro nurse practitioner Arlyn Duval could not be with her grandson Monday to celebrate his fifth birthday. She is in New York, assisting with relief efforts after Tropical Storm Sandy slammed into the East Coast a little more than a week ago....
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