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  • Bits & Pieces: Mundy now an assistant coach for the Yale women's lacrosse team

    Our county has produced more than its share of athletes who have gone on from high school to excel in college and beyond. Alexandra Mundy has to be on the top of any list that records sports achievement. Alex, a 2006 Glenelg High School graduate and an...
  • UMBC, College Park place high on U.S. News list

    UMBC, College Park place high on U.S. News list
    The University of Maryland, Baltimore County and the University of Maryland, College Park were again listed among the nation's top up-and-coming schools in annual rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. Most of the state's colleges and...
  • Loraine P. Bernstein

    Loraine P. Bernstein
    Loraine P. Bernstein, a musical trust's administrator who assisted young musicians in gaining an audience, died of a heart attack Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 82. Born Loraine Panek in Warehouse Point, Conn.,...
  • Heralded young prosecutor joins city state's attorney's office

    Heralded young prosecutor joins city state's attorney's office
    When Thiru Vignarajah left the Maryland U.S. attorney's office to lead a new unit of the city prosecutors, there was the matter of putting together a new team of lawyers to pursue major crimes, bolstering relationships with police and other law...
  • Baltimore police to develop faster DNA testing

    Baltimore police to develop faster DNA testing
    The Baltimore Police Department is taking part in a program to develop and test new technology that could significantly cut DNA analysis time. The National Institute of Justice is putting $1 million toward the project. Police will partner with...
  • En garde! Fencing competition draws 340 participants

    En garde! Fencing competition draws 340 participants
    Lisa Dobloug, 72, is proof that fencing competitors are not all youngsters. The Washington resident competed Sunday in the 24th annual Charm City Classic, a two-day event at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for fencers 13 and over. "I am...
  • Jay Frisby, sailing into history with 'South Pacific'

    Six years ago, Jay Frisby appeared on Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre stage as a high school student at Glenelg Country School competing for a prestigious Cappies Award. This week, he is back at the Hippodrome performing as a professional in the big-budget...
  • Sliding-seat rowing transitions from the gym to the water

    Sliding-seat rowing transitions from the gym to the water
    Tired of getting beaten up on the basketball court or twisting the night — and your back — away lunging to get that low volley? Is playing 18 holes frustrating, but not invigorating enough to get the endorphins cranked? Does a walk around...
  • Pregnancy not as easy for older women as it may seem

    Middle-aged Hollywood stars and their newborns may make it seem like a fountain of youth has been discovered for women's fertility. But researchers at Yale University School of Medicine say these stars may be giving women the wrong perception.  Many...
  • Boy critically injured in 1911 after falling from tree while gathering nuts in Catonsville

    An article in the Oct. 21, 1911, edition of The Argus reported that a chance passer-by came to the aid of a young boy who had falled out of tree and injured his back. While gathering chestnuts Sunday morning near Catonsville, Max Davidson, 12 years old,...
  • In today's GOP, Social Darwinism reborn

    In today's GOP, Social Darwinism reborn
    Listen carefully to the Republican debates and you get a view of the kind of society many Republicans seek. The last time we had it was in the Gilded Age of the late 19th century. It was an era when the nation was mesmerized by the doctrine of free...
  • UMBC seeks fresh ways to teach familiar introductory courses

    UMBC seeks fresh ways to teach familiar introductory courses
    Bill LaCourse felt inadequate. Some of his Chemistry 101 students sat in the back of the lecture hall and spaced out. Others simply left class as they pleased. "Maybe you're just not a good teacher," his department head said when LaCourse sought advice....