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  • C Milton Wright graduate publishes ice cream cookbook

    C Milton Wright graduate publishes ice cream cookbook
    A 1999 C. Milton Wright High School graduate, Lindsay Clendaniel (formerly Dillinger) recently published her first cookbook, "Scoop Adventures - The Best Ice Cream of the 50 States." Clendaniel, who is a pediatric psychologist by day, spends her off-...
  • Chuck Stone, professor and pioneering journalist, dies at 89

    Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr., a pioneering black journalist and an influential journalism professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, died Sunday at 89. Stone was remembered by his colleagues as a gifted teacher who shared...
  • Chuck Stone, journalist and teacher, dies at 89

    Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr., a pioneering black journalist and an influential journalism professor, died Sunday at 89. Stone was remembered by his colleagues as a gifted teacher who shared insights with students based on his extensive career as a...
  • Should you get your business degree now, or wait?

    Brazen Careerist Whether you're a recent college graduate or further down your career path, you might be asking yourself this question. The question isn't "should I or should I not go to graduate school?" It's a question of when should you go. Here...
  • Wendell Garrett dies at 83; 'Antiques Roadshow' appraiser

    Wendell Garrett dies at 83; 'Antiques Roadshow' appraiser
    Wendell D. Garrett, a historian and authority on American decorative arts who was widely known for his appearances as an appraiser on the long-running PBS series "Antiques Roadshow," has died. He was 83. Garrett died Nov. 14 of natural causes at a...
  • Hacking incidents prompt universities to rethink balance between openness, security

    Hacking incidents prompt universities to rethink balance between openness, security
    In the two weeks between recent revelations that hackers stole data on students, alumni and faculty from the University of Maryland, College Park and the Johns Hopkins University, nearly 360,000 records were swiped in similar attacks at schools in...
  • More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack

    More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack
    The personal information of more than 309,000 students, staff and alumni of the University of Maryland was compromised in a "sophisticated" cyberattack, University President Wallace Loh announced Wednesday. The breached database held names, Social...
  • Charlestown residents offer nearly $225,000 in scholarships

    Charlestown residents offer nearly $225,000 in scholarships
    Erika Gonzalez, 18, has been working at the Charlestown retirement communtiy in Catonsville for nearly two years, coming in after school and on weekends to wait tables and serve as a hostess in the Atrium dining room. She started working there because...
  • Allison Marie Borchers to wed Timothy Shawn Halligan

    Wayne and Ann Borchers of Fallston along with Jeffrey and Lisa Rierson of Abingdon as well as Timothy Scott Halligan of Bel Air announce the engagement of Allison Borchers to Timothy Shawn Halligan. Borchers is a graduate of the University of Delaware...
  • Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?

    Do people fail to respond to tornado warnings?
    The violent tornado that ravaged Joplin, Mo., killing at least 117, had hospital employees rushing to transport patients to safety at the last few minutes and forced others into refrigerators for shelter. There was 20 minutes of advance warning provided...
  • Are humans hard-wired for racial prejudice?

    Are humans hard-wired for racial prejudice?
    Reaction to the acquittal of George Zimmerman was just the latest reminder: Race continues to divide us as a species. But why? Are human brains hard-wired to notice and react to racial differences? At first glance, that's precisely what research seems...
  • A year later, celebrating the lives lost in train derailment tragedy

    A year later, celebrating the lives lost in train derailment tragedy
    The fence edging Tiber Park along Main Street in Ellicott City is bare now, a far cry from the makeshift memorial of clustered flowers, candles and notes that grew after the CSX train derailment last year that took the lives of two 19-year-old Ellicott...