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  • Linemen get their moment in the sun before summer practices begin

    Linemen get their moment in the sun before summer practices begin
    While many of the more high-profile high school football players spend the summer honing their skills and their competitive edge at 7-on-7 tournaments, linemen continue to toil away in anonymity in weight rooms and at camps and combines. For one day last...
  • Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, teacher, dies

    Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, teacher, dies
    Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, a Sister of Mercy who taught parochial school mathematics before establishing the Sisters of Mercy Windsor Hills Project in the early 1970s, died June 7 of pneumonia at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 91 and had lived...
  • Daniel A. Lafferty, CPA, dies

    Daniel A. Lafferty, CPA, dies
    Daniel A. Lafferty, a certified public accountant and world traveler, died Aug. 13 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications from a stroke he suffered in April. The longtime Wiltondale resident was 72. The son of a postal worker and a...
  • Shuttered Gibbons welcomes its newest alumni

    Shuttered Gibbons welcomes its newest alumni
    Every time Alex Kurth spotted a Cardinal Gibbons High School classmate approaching the ITE Building at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, he would throw open the door and say, "Get in here!" with a grin and a firm handshake. "These are my...
  • Uncertain future for site of closed Cardinal Gibbons School

    The Cardinal Gibbons School is the alma mater of professional athletes, politicians and high-ranking military officers. But since the outcry by parents, students and alumni over its closure at the end of the 2010 academic year, the facility has quietly...
  • Ruth D. Baird

    Ruth D. Baird
    Ruth D. Baird, a retired educator and counselor, died of a stroke Aug. 16 at her Rodgers Forge home. She was 77. Ruth Dudley Dentinger, the daughter of a comptroller and a homemaker, was born and raised in Louisville, Ky., where she graduated in 1951...
  • Legendary DeMatha coach, offensive coordinator and junior QB now at Gilman

    When Gilman hosts its season opener Friday, Aug. 26 (4 p.m.) against the Maryland Christian Saints, there will be some new faces on the sideline and the field for the Greyhounds, most notably former DeMatha coach Bill McGregor. As an assistant on the...
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help welcomes new principal

    Our Lady of Perpetual Help welcomes new principal
    There are many paths to take to Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City – some that wind around hillsides and alongside train tracks near Patapsco State Park. But for Rose Goeres, the school's new principal, the path to OLPH began on...
  • Lawrence T. Doyle, radio sales manager, dies

    Lawrence T. Doyle, radio sales manager, dies
    Lawrence T. Doyle, a retired WBAL-AM and WIYY-FM sales manager, died Aug. 12 of lymphoma at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Parkville resident was 78. The son of a Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. credit manager and a homemaker, he was born in...
  • Pallotti High welcomes new principal

    Pallotti High welcomes new principal
    Last February, Principal David McKenzie was in the chapel at St. Thomas More Preparatory School in Magnolia, Del., organizing holy cards when he came across one of St. Vincent Pallotti. The card stood out to McKenzie for two reasons: He had never heard...
  • O'Malley to lead push for same-sex marriage next year

    Gov. Martin O'Malley pledged Friday to lead the charge next year for a law to recognize same-sex marriage in Maryland, saying he would include the effort among a "handful" of legislative priorities during the 2012 session. Supporters predicted that the...
  • 50 Years Ago: Not all bald eagles were noble birds

    100 Years Ago Preachin' and a play In the bulletin section of the Times: "Emory M.E. church Sunday school 8:30 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by Rev. W.A. Koontz. There will be no services except Sunday school at Providence on Sunday afternoon....