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  • 'He had a spirit that would not give up'

    Mike Woods' death last week was much like his abbreviated NFL career with the Baltimore Colts: It went largely unnoticed. To suggest it was unlamented would be wrong, however. Very wrong. Woods' career was cut short in 1982 by an assailant's bullet that...
  • Surprising Westminster clinches boys lacrosse title

    Though the Westminster boys lacrosse team has made a habit of advancing deep into the playoffs in recent years, few expected the Owls to be a factor in the Carroll County title race this spring. Coach Jeff Doolan's team entered this season facing the...
  • Scientist linked to anthrax case dies

    One of the nation's top biodefense researchers has died in Frederick, apparently in a suicide, just as the U.S. Justice Department was to file criminal charges against him in the anthrax mailing assaults of 2001 that killed five, the Los Angeles Times has...
  • For colleagues, a 'quiet, giving kind of guy'

    Friends and colleagues expressed shock yesterday that Bruce E. Ivins - an award-winning scientist who played guitar in his church folk group - would kill himself after being targeted in a federal anthrax probe, even as a contrasting portrait emerged of...
  • Long under suspicion

    Long under suspicion
    The Frederick County scientist who killed himself days before federal prosecutors reportedly planned to charge him with five murders related to the 2001 anthrax attacks had been under suspicion for more than a year and was recently accused of making...
  • Hometown digging

    Barbara Weisenfelder didn't believe the FBI agents for one minute. They had told the director of this village's historical museum that they had come all the way from Washington to interview residents as part of an insurance fraud investigation. The...
  • Players optimistic about Harbaugh

    His brother Jim is more familiar to his newest players, but news of John Harbaugh's ascent to the Ravens' head coaching vacancy was well received by several players last night. "I'm excited that we have a coach," running back Cory Ross said. "Now we...
  • Ravens seek to retain Ryan as coordinator

    The Ravens are in negotiations with Rex Ryan to keep him as the defensive coordinator on new coach John Harbaugh's staff, an NFL source said. To retain Ryan, the Ravens likely have to give him a significant raise. Ryan is in the final year of a two-...
  • Ravens' focus now on coordinators

    Ravens' focus now on coordinators
    After the Ravens made their biggest decision by hiring a new head coach, John Harbaugh now has his own hiring to do. Harbaugh has started the search for a coaching staff, a pivotal process, especially for a rookie head coach. It is believed that the...
  • Women: You are having more headaches around menopause, researchers say

    Women: You are having more headaches around menopause, researchers say
    Women’s migraine headache problems rise in the years shortly before before and at the start of menopause, researchers say. That news might feel like vindication to the women who suspected as much but didn’t always get support from their...
  • Non-Equity theater actors juggle day jobs

    Non-Equity theater actors juggle day jobs
    No one pursues a career in theater looking to make a quick buck. That holds especially true in storefront theater for directors and playwrights, designers and stage managers. But non-Equity actors are the public face of this financial reality, which...
  • Duo take jazz, one another, to heart

    Duo take jazz, one another, to heart
    They fell in love, first with one another and then with jazz. They were teenagers at Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts. She was born and bred. He had just moved there from New Paltz, N.Y. They were starting 11th grade. "Andy was a...