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  • Huguely jury to begin deliberation Wednesday

    Huguely jury to begin deliberation Wednesday
    Jurors in the murder trial of George Huguely V, accused of fatally beating his former University of Virginia girlfriend two years ago, will begin deliberation in the case later this week, after two weeks of intense testimony and several delays. The...
  • Anne B. Altemus, nurse and homemaker

    Anne B. Altemus, nurse and homemaker
    Anne B. Altemus, a registered nurse and homemaker, died Feb. 12 of cancer at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 80 and had been a resident of the Edenwald retirement community in Towson since August. Anne Watters Bacon was born in Baltimore and raised...
  • What campuses can do to fight high-risk drinking

    Recent Baltimore Sun coverage of the trial of a young man accused of killing a fellow student at the University of Virginia while under the influence of alcohol brings necessary attention to a cultural problem that most college and university leaders feel...
  • Building boom highlights growing ambitions at Salisbury

    Building boom highlights growing ambitions at Salisbury
    If it has been a while since you've driven through the heart of this Eastern Shore city, the buildings might come as a shock. One after another, they tower shiny and modern above the chain restaurants and strip-mall shops that dominate Route 13. The...
  • What they're saying about the Huguely verdict

    What they're saying about the Huguely verdict
    Here's a collection of what other media outlets — and people on Twitter — are saying about the conviction of George Huguely V for second-degree murder and grand larceny in the 2010 death of Cockeysville native Yeardley Love: • Paul Woody...
  • Lawyers say Huguely verdict was just

    Lawyers say Huguely verdict was just
    The last thing George Huguely V's lawyer said as he left the courthouse at the end of his client's murder trial this week was that he looked "forward to some corrections on what happened here." It is unclear whether he thought mistakes had been made by...
  • Remember Yeardley Love

    Remember Yeardley Love
    George Huguely is guilty of murder. He went to the apartment of his on-again, off-again girlfriend, University of Virginia classmate Yeardley Love and, in a drunken rage, broke through her door, confronted her about infidelity, grabbed her, shook her,...
  • On U.Va. campus, Huguely trial a sobering moment

    On U.Va. campus, Huguely trial a sobering moment
    Sarah Wooten played lacrosse at her high school in Woodbridge, Va., but when she decided to go to the University of Virginia last year, her parents suggested she look elsewhere for extracurricular activities. "Maybe sports teams your first year isn't a...
  • The legacy of Yeardley Love

    The legacy of Yeardley Love
    Katherine Williams, a second-year student at the University of Virginia, never had the opportunity to meet Yeardley Love. But like other students who arrived on campus after Love's death in May 2010, Williams lives with her legacy. "I took a class on...
  • On Huguely's behalf, silence

    On Huguely's behalf, silence
    The Charlottesville jury recommended a sentence of 26 years for George Huguely V for the murder of Yeardley Love. Ms. Love's village continues to mourn her death; Mr. Huguely's village is mortified and silent. The phrase "It takes a village to raise a...
  • Girls high school basketball previews

    Bryn Mawr 2010-2011 record: 9-11 Returning starters: Junior small forward Maddie Crowell (5 feet, 10 inches), junior point guard Kate Snouffer (5-8), sophomore forward Katie Groenke (5-11). Breakdown: The Mawrtians have more firepower on the...
  • For Gina Sager, it's mind over medicine

    For Gina Sager, it's mind over medicine
    Not so long ago, Gina Sager set out to cure her patients by wielding a surgeon's scalpel. Today, her preferred tool is a set of two small brass bells connected by a cord — though these, too, require all the precision and delicacy she can muster....