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  • Maryvale's new president will be first-ever layperson to lead school

    Maryvale Preparatory School in Brooklandville announced Thursday, March 8, that Tracey Ford, a former trustee at the school, will take over as the school's next president on July 1, 2012. Ford will be the first layperson to serve as president in the...
  • Tracey Ford to become first lay leader of Maryvale

    Maryvale Preparatory School, an all-girls Catholic school in Brooklandville, named Tracey Ford its president on Thursday. She will become the first lay leader in the school's 66-year history on July 1. Ford, 56, currently director of development at...
  • Dr. Fray F. Marshall

    Dr. Fray F. Marshall
    Dr. Fray Francis Marshall, a urologist and former Johns Hopkins professor who developed surgical technique for the treatment of kidney cancer, died of cancer Dec. 2 at the Atlanta Hospice. He was 67 and had lived in Ruxton before moving to Georgia in...
  • Notre Dame Prep to name field after Yeardley Love

    Notre Dame Preparatory School in Hampton will break ground on a $1.2 million turf field that will honor alumna Yeardley Love, thanks to a $165,000 gift from the Charles T. Bauer Foundation. The all-girls Catholic school anticipates a spring...
  • Two men arrested in early morning assault in Towson

    Baltimore County Police on Friday charged two Anne Arundel County men as part of an group that they say attacked two people in Towson on April 13. Police charged Glen Kyle Staley, 27, of Pasedena, and Jamar Rashad Patterson, 22, of Arnold, with second-...
  • George Huguely's father convicted of DWI

    George Huguely IV, whose namesake son was convicted of second-degree murder this winter for beating University of Virginia student Yeardley Love to death while in a drunken rage, pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving while impaired by alcohol, according to...
  • Murder trial of UVA lacrosse player set to begin

    Murder trial of UVA lacrosse player set to begin
    Nearly two years after Cockeysville native Yeardley Love was found dead, bruised and lying in a pool of blood in an off-campus apartment near the University of Virginia, her former boyfriend and fellow lacrosse player is scheduled to stand trial for her...
  • City to name new director of finance

    A former District of Columbia and Richmond, Va., finance official will be named Baltimore's new director of finance on Monday, city officials said. Harry E. Black, a Baltimore native who wrote a guide to economic development for cities, will replace...
  • Yeardley Love's mother files $30 million lawsuit

    Yeardley Love's mother files $30 million lawsuit
    The mother of Yeardley Love, a University of Virginia student murdered in 2010, filed a $30 million civil suit Thursday against the onetime boyfriend and fellow U.Va. lacrosse player convicted of killing her, George Huguely V. Sharon D. Love's suit,...
  • WHAT JUST HAPPENED

    Maryland authorities have stopped collecting DNA samples from suspects arrested on violent crime and burglary charges after the state's highest court ruled the crime fighting tool that has helped solve dozens of cold cases unconstitutional. On Friday,...
  • Aberdeen High graduate Baker receives second star

    Aberdeen High graduate Baker receives second star
    In a ceremony at the Pentagon, hosted by Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on Jan. 6, Brig. Gen. Ralph O. Baker, an Aberdeen High School graduate, was promoted to major general in the U.S. Army. The ceremony was attended by...
  • Bill would limit public information requests of professors

    In Virginia, the attorney general, skeptical of global warming, tried to use his subpoena powers to build a fraud case against a climatology professor. In Wisconsin, Republican Party officials sought the emails of a history professor, trying to...