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  • Less than six degrees of separation in Huguely trial

    Less than six degrees of separation in Huguely trial
    Even by the admittedly low standards of such affairs, this was a college reunion filled with more than the usual awkwardness and the sense of an unrecoverable time. When last they were together in May 2010, George Huguely, his fellow University of...
  • Huguely trial postponed until Friday

    George Huguely V's murder trial was delayed Thursday because one of his attorneys, Rhonda Quagliana, is ill. The trial is expected to resume Friday. Circuit Judge Edward Hogshire has said he plans to send the case to the jury for deliberation by the...
  • Notre Dame Preparatory School to dedicate Yeardley Love Field on Sept. 9

    Notre Dame Preparatory School to dedicate Yeardley Love Field on Sept. 9
    Notre Dame Preparatory School announced Thursday that the school will dedicate a turf field named in honor of alumna Yeardley Love on Sunday, Sept. 9, at 5 p.m. School officials said the ceremony will include prayers and remarks from representatives of...
  • Alec John Cosgarea, swimmer

    Alec John Cosgarea, swimmer
    Alec John Cosgarea, a champion McDonogh School swimmer who also competed for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, died Monday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being injured in an automobile accident. The McDonogh senior and Owings Mills resident was...
  • Johns Hopkins joins group of elite universities offering free courses online

    Johns Hopkins joins group of elite universities offering free courses online
    The Johns Hopkins University is joining a group of elite universities that will offer free online courses through a company called Coursera, a collective leap that could open higher education to a broader audience. Though Johns Hopkins already offers...
  • Allan Chaney gets another chance to play the game he loves

    Allan Chaney gets another chance to play the game he loves
    Standing in the living room of his mother's Belair-Edison home late one summer evening, Allan Chaney raised his plain white T-shirt below his collarbone. He had just been asked to show his chest, to reveal the remnants of a more than two-year ordeal...
  • 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-...
  • 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,...
  • UVa. coach, officials sued over Yeardley Love's death

    UVa. coach, officials sued over Yeardley Love's death
    Sharon Love has sued the University of Virginia men's lacrosse coach and other athletic officials for negligence in the 2010 death of her daughter, Yeardley, saying they ignored previous violent, drunken behavior by the player who was ultimately convicted...
  • It could be the right time to start your own business

    There couldn't be a more unfavorable time to start a business. Right? Wrong, says author Ed Hess, a professor of business administration at the University of Virginia. Despite the recession, company closings, layoffs and the spike in jobless claims,...
  • Copycat crime can feed more violence

    A spate of school shootings in less than a month has raised fears that even more "copycat" crimes lie ahead - with psychologists warning that news media attention could, in fact, perpetuate the violence. "When you have someone already on the edge,...