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  • For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl

    For McDonogh's Barclay, a 'crazy ride' to Rose Bowl
    It began as a "cool idea" three years ago in the backyard of a friend's house in tiny Shelby, Ohio, after Devin Barclay found in a closet an old football that needed to be pumped up. The Annapolis native, now 26, who played soccer at McDonogh before...
  • Girls Athlete of the Week: Alyssa McClure, Digital Harbor, indoor track

    The senior All-Metro sprinter won three events in the Baltimore City indoor track championships at the 5th Regiment Armory to lead the Rams to their first city title. In her best event, McClure won the 55-meter dash in 7.15 seconds. Earlier this season,...
  • New cards, DVD put message from police in hands of suspects

    Baltimore police aren't just looking to arrest criminals anymore, they're trying to get inside their heads. Officers are distributing cards designed to intimidate suspects arrested in East Baltimore, and the department is developing a video to counter...
  • 2003 All-Metro girls indoor track

    GIRLS PERFORMER OF THE YEAR Novia Brown Milford Mill, senior Also the All-Metro Performer of the Year last winter, she seems to set a state indoor track record every time she races. Brown, who set a Class 3A state mark in the 300-meter dash with a time...
  • Microsoft's Garage strives to inject innovation into tech giant

    It doesn't take much to get Ben Gilbert enthused. Mention backpacking, and he'll tell you about being an Eagle Scout and his hiking trips through Yosemite and the Grand Canyon. Ask him about hobbies and he'll get into his past involvement in theater and...
  • Parents of boys with Duchenne urge drug OK

    WASHINGTON A wheelchair by age 12, maybe 15 if he were one of the lucky ones. A ventilator would be next and then would come the casket, probably before he turned 30. That was what Terri and Bill Ellsworth expected for their son when doctors confirmed...
  • Kate Galbraith: Objective environmental studies of fracking needed

    Kate Galbraith: Objective environmental studies of fracking needed
    With Russia menacing Ukraine and Europe with its natural gas heft, the cry has gone out from British Prime Minister David Cameron, The Wall Street Journal, and even (implicitly) President Barack Obama: more fracking! If only the EU would stop...
  • Ohio State gives cartoon history a big new home

     Ohio State gives cartoon history a big new home
    Visiting the newly opened galleries at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum is like paying a call on old friends. There's Lucy pulling the football away from Charlie Brown. Nearby, Beetle Bailey matches wits with Sarge. And there's Calvin and Hobbes...
  • A new way to gauge college debt, starting salary

    Here's a typical college scenario: Your daughter's dream job is to be an elementary school teacher and reading specialist. Yet she'll need to dive deep into debt to pursue her undergraduate degree, and borrow more if continuing to grad school. She's...
  • Walter G Parsel October 10, 1924 - December 30, 2013

    Dr. Walter G. Parsel Walter Parsel was born in Bucyrus, Ohio on October 10, 1924; he passed away on December 30, 2013. Walt was a veteran of the United States Army where he served as a paratrooper. He attended undergraduate at Kenyon College and medical...
  • Athlete unionization doubtful in Virginia, other right to work states

    Athlete unionization doubtful in Virginia, other right to work states
    A controversial decision that would allow Northwestern University football players to unionize is unlikely to have an impact at the College of William and Mary. Should the ruling stand, the ramifications might be felt throughout the nation at private...
  • John Kelly takes over as FAU's new president

    John Kelly gave his son Christopher a big hug before returning to Clemson University to finish up his master's degree. A longtime Clemson vice president and a student once himself there, Kelly is settling into the presidential suite at Florida Atlantic...