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  • Local student to talk weight loss on 'The View'

    Local student to talk weight loss on 'The View'
    Kaci DeWitt-Rickards remembers being a chunky kid with a steady diet of Burger King chicken tenders, vanilla milkshakes and Papa John's pizza. By her sophomore year in college at the University of Miami, her adolescent pudge had ballooned into a...
  • Joseph A. Miklasz, attorney

    Joseph A. Miklasz, attorney
    Joseph A. Miklasz, a trial attorney who practiced in Glen Burnie and was a wine collector, died of cancer Sunday at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 71 and lived in Crownsville. Born in Baltimore, he was raised in Severn and in East Baltimore, where he...
  • 'Autism is not disability'

    'Autism is not disability'
    April is National Autism Awareness Month, which naturally raises the question: awareness of what? As a parent of a 19-year old son with autism, if you had asked me that question years ago, I would have said things like, "Be aware that kids with autism...
  • Cary Williams overcame abuse and anguish on way to NFL

    Cary Williams overcame abuse and anguish on way to NFL
    The Ravens locker room, even on the quietest of days, is a churning, bubbling storm of music and voices. Most of the time, it feels as chaotic as a busy train station, as crowded and lively as a food market. A high-stakes game of bean bag toss in the...
  • Ray Lewis training for second career as businessman

    Ray Lewis training for second career as businessman
    There will come a time — no one is sure when — that Ray Lewis will retire from the National Football League. When he does leave the grueling training and game schedule, he'll turn to running an eclectic collection of companies trading on the...
  • Joe Ehrmann: To avoid school sports scandals, make athletics part of the curriculum

    Joe Ehrmann: To avoid school sports scandals, make athletics part of the curriculum
    The recent accusations aimed at the University of Miami's athletic department are just the latest example of moral failure involving educational institutions, athletics and athletes. Every scandal seems to debunk the myth that sports builds character....
  • Scuba diving may hold promise for paraplegics

    Scuba diving may hold promise for paraplegics
    Outfitted in scuba gear and 100 feet underwater, Cody Unser noticed a weird tingling in her legs. She dived a second and a third time, and again felt tingling. It was subtle, but it was the first new sensation that she had felt in three years, since...
  • Bosley Mouldings is in the family mold

    Bosley Mouldings is in the family mold
    I wish I had met Bosley Wright three years earlier. Back in 2008, I embarked on a do-it-mostly-myself kitchen renovation that included adding architectural millwork around the door and window frames. Easy enough, except that I wanted to match the...
  • After spectacular fall, Struever reappears on the radar

    After spectacular fall, Struever reappears on the radar
    Two years after C. William Struever's real estate empire collapsed and the once-ubiquitous developer dropped off Baltimore's radar, the urban visionary has reappeared as a managing director of a new company, working on the same kinds of projects that...
  • Hopkins clinician mixes art, science in facial prosthetics

    Hopkins clinician mixes art, science in facial prosthetics
    She enters the clinic on a walker, slow yet remarkably steady, and as Pauline Wood hails her host for the day, she gives him a bag of lemon tarts she rose early that morning to bake.  With her white hair and glasses, Wood, 89, is every inch the lovable...
  • Lawyers claim Jewish brothers can't get fair trial in Baltimore

    Lawyers claim Jewish brothers can't get fair trial in Baltimore
    Attorneys for two Jewish brothers, who are accused of beating a black teen while patrolling their Northwest Baltimore neighborhood, argued Monday that their trial should be delayed or transferred because African-American leaders and the news media have...
  • Ray Rice to host anti-bullying, teen suicide prevention outreach

    I am pleased that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will soon be here for an anti-bullying forum. Called A Ray of Hope, the forum will be held in the Howard High School auditorium on Saturday, May 5 from 3 to 5 p.m. Howard County General Hospital...