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  • Doubt about marriage shouldn't be ignored

    Doubt about marriage shouldn't be ignored
    When women have pre-wedding jitters they shouldn’t ignore them, according to researchers at UCLA. New research shows that doubts, particularly the woman’s, predicts higher divorce rates and less marital satisfaction years later. “...
  • Children raised by gay parents come of age in Maryland

    Children raised by gay parents come of age in Maryland
    This year's Baltimore Pride is the first since marriage equality was passed in the state, but far from the first for Marylanders who grew up with gay parents. A recent study released by the Williams Institute, a think tank at the UCLA School of Law,...
  • Christy, Cole, Rodia, Ward named to Havre de Grace High's 2012 Hall of Fame Class

    Distinguished alumni Earl Christy, Sheldon W. Cole, Ernest Rodia and Lou Ward have been selected for the Havre de Grace High School Hall of Fame, the committee overseeing the hall of fame announced Monday. The Havre de Grace High School Hall of Fame will...
  • Life expectancy low, but growing in city

    Women in large swaths of America are dying younger than they were a generation ago, reversing nearly a century of progress in public health and underscoring the rising toll of smoking and record obesity. Nationwide, life expectancy for American men and...
  • Hopkins' medical students learn to use their stethoscopes

    Hopkins' medical students learn to use their stethoscopes
    The stethoscope may be an icon of the medical profession to most patients. But it's more of a relic to many doctors. The device used to listen to the heart, lungs and other body parts — invented nearly 200 years ago — has been overtaken by...
  • Oops! Geminid meteors peak tonight, not tomorrow

     
    Your calendar-challenged weather blogger has an apology to make. In Sunday's Maryland Weather blog post, I listed Tuesday night/Wednesday morning as the peak of the annual Geminid meteor shower. The actual peak, it's finally dawned on me, is Monday night/...
  • Boys soccer: First Team

    Mike Gamble McDonogh, forward, junior • Starting forward for U.S. Under-17 national team • Scored 27 goals and had eight assists this season, making him one of most highly touted recruits in country • Spent 10 days training with...
  • Football: First-team offense

    Football: First-team offense
    Thomas Stuart Calvert Hall, quarterback, junior • Gutsy 5-foot-11, 165-pound offensive general not afraid to take a beating • First-year starter after transferring from Good Counsel; 136-for-210 passing for 1,978 yards, 15 touchdowns,...
  • Football: Offensive player of the year

    Football: Offensive player of the year
    Darius Jennings, Gilman, quarterback, senior If you watched Jennings score the final rushing touchdown of his Gilman career, you saw exactly what makes him The Baltimore Sun's Offensive Player of the Year. After taking the snap in the Wildcat...
  • William Pitcher, insurance firm owner, dies

    William Pitcher, insurance firm owner, dies
    William Malcolm Pitcher, an insurance firm owner, died of cancer July 5 at Gilchrist Hospice Center in Towson, one of the local charities he assisted during his life. The Brooklandville resident was 83. Born in Baltimore and raised on Bateman Avenue,...
  • Big decision looms, but Gilman's Jennings focused on season

    Big decision looms, but Gilman's Jennings focused on season
    When Darius Jennings took the field for Gilman's football opener a week ago, he wasn't thinking about being one of the nation's top recruits or about settling on a college program. He tuned that out to focus on the game -- and it showed right away. He...
  • Md. Dream Act forces 'cooling out' of poor, minority kids in community college

    Maryland now has a hard-fought "Dream Act" that offers undocumented-immigrant young people in-state tuition for post-high school education — but with many limitations, including that these "dreamers" must enroll first in Maryland community colleges....