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  • Five appointed to HCC Board of Trustees

    Five appointed to HCC Board of Trustees
    Richard D. Norling of Darlington and Cordell E. Hunter Sr. of Havre de Grace were appointed to the Harford Community College Board of Trustees by Gov. Martin O'Malley this week. O'Malley also reappointed the board chairman Bryan E. Kelly and board...
  • Homecoming at Everyman Theatre

    Homecoming at Everyman Theatre
    The domestic drama unfolding on the stage of Everyman Theatre these days in Michael Weller's "Fifty Words" can get pretty messy — stories about marriage frequently are. But the set that the two actors in this play get to inhabit is a study in calm,...
  • Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62

    Terps squander early lead but recover to beat Cornell, 70-62
    After scoring the game's first 16 points, Maryland seemed poised to end the evening's suspense early against Cornell and to open Atlantic Coast Conference play this weekend riding a confidence-inducing seven-game winning streak. But the Terps are a young...
  • Stress may cause brain to shrink

    If  you're stressed out from a divorce, a hard day at work or a fight with your girlfriend it might be causing your brain to shrink. A study by Yale University researchers found that stressful life events can reduce gray matter in regions of the brain...
  • Bayhawks strengthen transition game with Costabile as first pick

    The Chesapeake Bayhawks added nine rookies in the Major League Lacrosse college draft Friday night in Philadelphia, including long-stick midfielder CJ Costabile with the fifth selection overall and former McDonogh goalie Tyler Fiorito five picks later....
  • New class inducted at Aberdeen High Hall of Fame

    On March 21, Aberdeen High School again hosted the Hall of Fame event that was initiated in 2006. These events honor past Aberdeen High graduates who are positive mentors to youth and demonstrate commitment to their community and exceptionality in their...
  • Alleged document thief pleads not guilty

    Barry H. Landau, whom authorities call the mastermind behind a scheme to swipe American treasures from museums throughout the Mid-Atlantic, pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal theft and conspiracy charges that prosecutors now characterize as the...
  • Q&A // Alicia Seelaus, River Hill, basketball

    The label "smart player" is often overused, but few descriptions are more appropriate for River Hill High School senior Alicia Seelaus. The 6-foot-tall Seelaus excels in the classroom and is headed to Yale University in the fall. Her tireless work on the...
  • The curious captains of a reckless industry

    When the U.S. Navy began its great sell-off of surplus ships in 1991, Richard Jaross was among the first to see an opportunity.He began dismantling Navy ships at a California scrapyard, where workers were exposed to lead and asbestos. He came to Baltimore...
  • Liberals try to make 'profit' a dirty word

    It's been weeks since the Supreme Court handed down its decision in the contraception-mandate case, Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, but the pace of urgent fundraising appeals has barely slackened. Several times a day, another pops up in my email inbox. Some are...
  • Those trapped in worst areas don't realize Chicago's improved safety

    Those trapped in worst areas don't realize Chicago's improved safety
    Living in a city that had 82 shootings over the Fourth of July weekend, Chicagoans could be forgiven for envying the residents of Indianapolis. Imagine living in a place where homicides have been reduced by more than half in the past two decades, where...
  • When food's the reward, obese women's judgment fails them

    When food's the reward, obese women's judgment fails them
    At the risk of inspiring offensive commentary from misogynists and fat haters, I bring you this intriguing finding about obese women from researchers at Yale University: Compared to their normal-weight peers, obese women -- but not men -- appear to have a...