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  • Teachers union head misses the mark in critique of Rolley's voucher plan

    While I have little desire to get into a philosophical debate with the teachers' union over the concept of vouchers in general, I feel compelled to respond to Marietta English's commentary in The Sun about Otis Rolley's education platform. ("Balto....
  • Fundraiser a success from the opening tip

    Fundraiser a success from the opening tip
    The first National Hillel Basketball Tournament ended two weeks ago in spectacular fashion, with a 53-51 triple-overtime victory for Washington University over Yeshiva in the men's final at Ritchie Coliseum. It began two years earlier as an afterthought....
  • Bone on bullet and blood on trousers put Catonsville police on alert in 1961

    An article in the Sept. 14, 1961 edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on a startling discovery made at a Catonsville dry cleaners. The finding of a .38 cal. copper coated lead bullet touched off quite a lot of excitement in this...
  • Ten Maryland schools receive National Blue Ribbon Designation

    Ten Maryland schools have received a National Blue Ribbon designation, the U.S. Department of Education announced Thursday, an award bestowed on the highest-performing schools in the nation or those with extraordinary success in closing the achievement...
  • Anniversary: Brunetts celebrate 50th

    Harry and Joan Brunett Former Columbia residents Harry E. and Joan F. Brunett, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 2, 2011. The couple was married Sept. 2, 1961, at the Church of the Redeemer, in Chestnut Hill, Mass. The Brunetts lived in...
  • Energy Answers incinerator project would put the health of thousands of Baltimore residents at risk

    Columnist Jay Hancock's effort to take another journalistic swipe at BGE and Constellation Energy leaves the impression that the Energy Answers incinerator planned for Baltimore City is a benign, renewable energy project worth Marylanders' support ("...
  • Norbel parents, staff attempt to launch new school

    Norbel School in Elkridge will officially close its doors for good Friday, but a group that includes former Norbel staff and parents are working to launch a similar school for students with learning differences, one that they hope will open in time for...
  • One-man show features many sides of life

    Visitors who stop by Bill Stromberg's one-man art show at Charlestown retirement community this week will find peaceful maritime images, realistic portraits and paintings that recall the American southwest. Thirteen of Stromberg's works form an exhibit...
  • Goodman on 'Tracks' with novel built on short stories

    June 30th saw the debut of local resident Eric Goodman's second book and first novel, "Tracks: a Novel in Stories." Many of us know this Rodgers Forge resident's wonderful first book, "Flightless Goose," a children's story. Well, now adults can thrill...
  • Tom Riddle's daughter a Harry Potter fan

    Tom Riddle's daughter a Harry Potter fan
    Tom Riddle is the most wicked wizard in the Harry Potter universe. Thomas Riddle has served as the mild-mannered principal for Our Lady of Victory School in Catonsville for 21 years. Beyond their names, they have nothing in common, said Kristen Riddle,...
  • Timonium 'Scaregrounds' won't return to fairgrounds

    Timonium 'Scaregrounds' won't return to fairgrounds
    This year, Halloween will be a little less scary in Baltimore County. After turning the State Fairgrounds in Timonium into the "Timonium Scaregrounds" attraction last fall, organizers of the haunted house were unable to reach a deal to replicate the...
  • Ellicott City woman still setting swim records at 91

    Ellicott City woman still setting swim records at 91
    The year Doris Russell swam in her first meet, Franklin D. Roosevelt was in his first term as president, John Dillinger and Pretty Boy Floyd were slain by FBI agents and F. Scott Fitzgerald published "Tender is the Night." Seventy-seven years later,...