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Sun Reporter'Technician' showed surgeon what to do Adviser: Vivien Thomas helped Dr. Alfred Blalock and Dr. Helen Taussig develop the 'blue baby' operation. -------------------- Vivien T. Thomas, who was born in New Iberia, La., and raised in Nashville, Tenn., had...
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Sun ReporterJuanita Jackson Mitchell -------------------- Juanita Jackson Mitchell, the proud first lady of Maryland's leading civil rights family who fought racial discrimination on the picket line and in court, died July 7, 1992. She was 79. Mrs. Mitchell's...
Sun reportersThere's a new narcotic on the street in Baltimore and other communities - and taxpayers helped put it there. The hexagonal orange pills some users call "bupe" are championed as an exceptional treatment for heroin and pain-pill addicts. Federal...
Sun staffPlayer of the year Andy Peters, McDonogh Peters, a senior, beat reigning champion Ted Kelly, 6-4, 6-1, in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association's No. 1 singles championship, avenging two regular-season losses. Kelly jumped out to a 4-1...
Sun ReporterThe quarterback's buddy had an idea for meeting girls. He made a shirt that read "I'm Joe Flacco" across the chest and wore it for a night out on the University of Delaware campus. The guise of a future NFL draft pick would have to improve his romantic...
Sun staffPlayer of the Year: Brian Farrell, Boys' Latin, defense At 6 feet 5, 230 pounds, Farrell is an imposing presence on defense and a strong threat on offense. Even as the Maryland-bound senior defender locked down on the rival team's best offensive player...
From "My Guy Barbaro: A Jockey's Journey Through Love, Triumph and Heartbreak with America's Favorite Horse," by Edgar Prado with John Eisenberg. Copyright(c) 2008 by Edgar Prado. Reprinted by arrangement with HarperCollins Publishers. When you get...
Sun reporterBrenda Santiago is running late. Her lacrosse game with the Pacas has started, but first she must serve up a meal of rice and beans - with salad and sliced apples - she has made for two young brothers. She leaves her North Luzerne Avenue home only after a...
The Washington PostThe man who killed his wife and three young children and then himself in a tiny Frederick County town last week was at least $460,000 in debt and owned a Florida house that was in foreclosure, according to property records and police officials. In one of...
Sun ReporterAn overlooked stay in the city NAACP founder Du Bois was Morgan Park resident -------------------- The life of William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, the civil rights leader, scholar and one of the five founders of the National Association for the...
Sun reportersFor eight months, Barbaro took fans of horse racing and lovers of horses on a bumpy ride of hope and worry as he struggled to recover from devastating leg injuries suffered in the Preakness. That struggle ended yesterday morning, as the Kentucky Derby...
In his quest to capture a spot at a top college, Andrew Lutz has done just about everything right at Pikesville High School. He has earned a nearly straight-A average, taking 10 Advanced Placement classes and wrapping up two years of calculus by the...
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