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  • Most rural Marylanders say, 'War? What war?'

    Most rural Marylanders say, 'War? What war?'
    Nobody asked me but . . . This news, via MarylandReporter.com, might come as a shock to members of the General Assembly who believe the O'Malley administration is waging a "war on rural Maryland": A poll by OpinionWorks finds that 62 percent of...
  • Harold A. Cohen, chairman of health cost commission

    Harold A. Cohen, chairman of health cost commission
    Harold A. "Hal" Cohen, the first chairman of Maryland's Health Services Cost Review Commission and a respected medical economist, died of cancer Monday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. He was 73 and had lived in Pikesville. Remembered by colleagues as a...
  • Essex native Bielski named national high school baseball coach of year

    Essex native Bielski named national high school baseball coach of year
    In the 1980s, many were captivated by the Baltimore Orioles and their future Hall of Fame shortstop Cal Ripken. Growing up in Essex and playing shortstop for Calvert Hall, Rich Bielski was one of them. Now the coach at Archbishop McCarthy High School...
  • Towson Football Preview 2011

    Towson Football Preview 2011
    While area prep squads prepare for new season, coaches are feverishly attempting to figure out the best way to put more oomph into offenses and determination into defenses. Look for your favorite team's most uplifting prospects below: Boys' Latin...
  • Davis will spend rest of season playing third base

    Davis will spend rest of season playing third base
    One question the Orioles hope to figure out in the next three weeks is whether Chris Davis can be in the mix at third base heading into 2012. A good defensive first baseman, Davis will be the club's primary third baseman until the season ends, assuming...
  • Ann M. Klingaman, Baltimore County teacher

    Ann M. Klingaman, Baltimore County teacher
    Ann M. Klingaman, a retired Baltimore County public school educator whose career spanned more than three decades, died Sunday of complications from a broken hip at Gilchrist Hospice in Columbia. The former longtime Catonsville resident was 88. The...
  • Bloomberg chicken study is flawed

    In their continuing campaign against animal protein and modern agriculture, the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health has published findings that, in my opinion as a microbiologist and veterinarian, defy logic and sound science....
  • Maryland medalists

    They range from a shooting specialist to one of the great sprinters of his generation. The former Maryland Summer Olympians who have won medals are listed below. Despite exhaustive research, it's possible we left someone out, so let us know at sports@...
  • Alumni report: Swimmer Botek finds her way through choppy waters

    Alumni report: Swimmer Botek finds her way through choppy waters
    After wrapping up an illustrious high school swimming career at McDonogh in 2006, one that included All-America status 16 times and a handful of school records that still stand, Anne-Marie Botek is exactly where she wants to be four years later. As the...
  • Phelps officially added to squad

    Michael Phelps was formally introduced as an Olympian last night. The United States is allocated 26 berths on the men's swim team that will go to Sydney, Australia, next month. Runners-up are all but guaranteed a spot, but with 13 individual events and...
  • Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels

    Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels
    The night after I graduated from Northwestern, I stayed with my parents in a Fairfield Inn in Gurnee, 32 miles north of campus. It was the closest room my family could find and afford. More than a decade later, downtown Evanston boasts all of five...
  • Extreme medicine: The search for new antibiotics

    NORWICH England (Reuters) - Pampering leafcutter ants with fragrant rose petals and fresh oranges may seem an unlikely way to rescue modern medicine, but scientists at a lab in eastern England think it's well worth trying.     As the world cries out...