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  • The value of single-sex education

    The value of single-sex education
    Admission offices in Baltimore's private, independent and parochial schools are hives of activity in January as hundreds of decision letters are being prepared to be mailed to families. For those schools offering single-sex education, this year's...
  • McDonogh hurdler Autumne Franklin takes break to focus on colleges

    After a busy month of running hurdles in national events, McDonogh rising senior Autumne Franklin is spending her time away from track with a sharp focus on her future. The Owings Mills resident is participating in a five-week engineering internship with...
  • Brains, brawn keep Jonathan Ogden man among boys

    Brains, brawn keep Jonathan Ogden man among boys
    The "sale" tag caught his eye. A rib-eye steak at that low price? Jonathan Ogden scooped up the package and angled for the supermarket checkout line. The clerks saw him coming: with his tousled hair and frumpy clothes, Ogden looked less like a...
  • Navy beats Army for 8th straight time

    Navy beats Army for 8th straight time
    In the days leading up to the 110th playing of the Army-Navy game, the Midshipmen listened quietly as their counterparts from West Point talked about the improvements they had made, the new confidence they possessed and the extra motivation they had...
  • Md. researchers joining major study on causes of autism

    Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the Kennedy Krieger Institute are joining in what is being called one of the largest studies to examine early causes of autism. Medical experts have been trying for years to unravel why children develop autism. Is it...
  • Where only swimmers' best will do

    Where only swimmers' best will do
    The home of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club doesn't look like much. Cars overflow the parking lot and spill onto the grass in the summer. Chubby-legged children and haggard parents splash haphazardly around the outdoor pool, which could belong to any...
  • Colts grew with 'Pops' at their side

    Milt Davis knew how to read people - on and off the football field. As an All-Pro defensive back for the Baltimore Colts, he outfoxed receivers, twice led the NFL in interceptions and helped the club win two world championships. As a pro scout, Davis...
  • Star search

    Star search
    Recruiting Tavon Austin: This is the first in a series of occasional articles in which Dunbar football standout Tavon Austin takes readers through the recruiting process in his own words, as told to Sun reporter Stefen Lovelace. Austin, a junior running...
  • 'Raven for life,' Ogden closes era

    'Raven for life,' Ogden closes era
    An overflow crowd of teammates, coaches and reporters jammed into the Ravens' auditorium yesterday to bid farewell to Jonathan Ogden. But the storied All-Pro offensive tackle wasn't ready to say goodbye completely. In a touching and lighthearted half-...
  • New juvenile center surrounded by arguments

    New juvenile center surrounded by arguments
    Silver Oak Academy, a reform school for juvenile delinquents, will open this month in rural Carroll County with nine boys, slowly expanding to four dozen - just a fraction of the size it could be. The sprawling facility, with a 20,000-square-foot...
  • Legal challenge, more inquiries could unfold

    Former Sen. George J. Mitchell called it the closing of a chapter. Baseball commissioner Bud Selig said that with the past now better explained, the game is ready for a more honest future. Many praised the honesty and recommendations in Mitchell's...
  • Ravens hire Harbaugh

    Ravens hire Harbaugh
    John Harbaugh was hired by the Ravens yesterday in a bold move that gives the longtime assistant coach his first head-coaching opportunity. The Ravens will introduce the 45-year-old Philadelphia Eagles secondary coach, who comes from a football family,...