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  • US Lacrosse prepares to move to new home as game continues booming

    US Lacrosse prepares to move to new home as game continues booming
    Even as US Lacrosse prepares to move from its city headquarters to a business park in a Baltimore County, the governing body for the country's fastest-growing sport isn't straying from its roots. The organization outgrew its original base on...
  • Five questions for Steve C. Huber

    Five questions for Steve C. Huber
    Investors for years have poured money into bonds despite the low yields, viewing them as low-risk and reliable. The trend has been so dominant that some experts have warned of a so-called "safety bubble." But after the Federal Reserve indicated that...
  • Edward Supplee Terry Jr., 77, stalwart member of Arena Players

    Edward Supplee Terry Jr., 77, stalwart member of Arena Players
    Edward Supplee Terry Jr., former head science librarian for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a decades-long stalwart of Baltimore's Arena Players, died July 1 of leukemia. He was 77. Mr. Terry, a resident of Baltimore, taught tap...
  • Bits & Pieces: Bocce league putting down roots in Columbia

    Bits & Pieces: Bocce league putting down roots in Columbia
    The sport of bocce was played during the Roman Empire and, as of this past Saturday, is now being played in Columbia as well. Roughly 30 people showed up at the bocce courts off Cedar Lane to open the new league here over the weekend. Just a month or...
  • Football coaches plan to keep moment going

    Football coaches plan to keep moment going
    Calvert Hall and Hereford both have some unfinished business from last season, while Dulaney, Loyola Blakefield and Loch Raven shoot to get above .500. The Cardinals lost a double-overtime thriller in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A...
  • New heat policy in Md. public schools aims to keep athletes safe

    New heat policy in Md. public schools aims to keep athletes safe
    A new Maryland State Department of Education policy aimed at better acclimatizing student athletes to the heat during the early days of practice nearly brought teddy bears and trash cans to the football field this week. While much of the model heat...
  • Towson High's Stark graduates to next level in baseball

    Towson High's Stark graduates to next level in baseball
    Towson High graduate Sam Stark isn't wasting time getting ready for his first baseball season at Division II  Millersville University in Pennsylvania. Five days a week, the shortstop spends about three hours lifting weights, fielding and practicing...
  • William Jabine II, reporter and editor

    William Jabine II, reporter and editor
    William Jabine II, a former Evening Sun reporter and assistant city editor who later became spokesman for the old State Roads Commission and the Department of Natural Resources, died Wednesday of pneumonia at Catonsville Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation...
  • Athletes recognized for accomplishments on, off the field [Commentary]

    Athletes recognized for accomplishments on, off the field [Commentary]
    A week ago, I had the pleasure of attending The Baltimore Sun's High School Athletes of the Year luncheon and awards ceremony. It was the 47th annual event in which high school student athletes from Baltimore City and surrounding counties were invited...
  • Walter Budko

    Walter Budko
    Walter Budko, a retired insurance sales agent who was a first-round draft choice of the old Baltimore Bullets basketball team, where he played for three seasons, died of cancer May 25 at Stella Maris Hospice. The Timonium resident was 87. According to...
  • Towson baseball's revival

    Towson baseball's revival
    Melancholy fits the game of baseball like a batting glove. For every moment of heroic achievement, there is one of misery and despair; for each Bobby Thomson "shot heard 'round the world" to win the 1951 National League Pennant for the New York Giants,...
  • Catherine R. Kane, government administrator

    Catherine R. Kane, government administrator
    Catherine R. Kane, a Harford County government administrator who earlier had worked for the Baltimore County Department of Social Services, died Feb. 12 from colon cancer at her Bel Air home. She was 65. "She really was an important part of Social...