| Aug 31, 2012
Rep Stage opens its 20th season with Jon Marans' play, winner of the 2010 Drama Desk Award, through Sept. 16 in the Studio Theatre of Howard Community College's Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, 10901 Little Patuxent...
| Sep 4, 2012
E. William "Bill" Scriba, a former T. Rowe Price treasurer and vice president who dedicated himself to supporting the Johns Hopkins University, died Aug. 28 at his residence in an assisted-living community in Sunnyvale, Calif., of undetermined causes....
| May 30, 2012
| 10:33 AM
Two Baltimore City high school students were awarded a $1,500 scholarship and paid summer internship at the Maryland Science Center as the recipients of the Maryland Science Center’s Dr. H. Bentley Glass Scholarship, according to a release sent by...
| Jun 6, 2012
| 1:08 PM
The chance to chronicle a teacher's battle with multiple sclerosis while learning documentary movie-making and earning a slot in a new film competition — it all came together for 18 students at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute with their nonfiction...
| Jun 6, 2012
Rudolph Walter Kozojet and the former Rose Marie Wist were married at St. Joseph's Monastery in Baltimore on June 7, 1952.
Sixty years later, the couple is residing in the Springlake subdivision in Timonium, where they have lived for 50 years. They...
| Jun 11, 2012
| 3:00 AM
Two of Maryland's greatest self-made men of recent years — Under Armour founder Kevin Plank and Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti — have taken the routine renewal of their companies' marketing agreement and are extending it to a combined...
| Jul 16, 2012
| 3:28 PM
You walk into a job interview prepared to be grilled about your skills and what you can bring to the position. Instead, the interviewer throws a curveball:
"If you were a box of cereal, what would you be?"
That's an actual question Wegmans posed to a...
| Feb 8, 2012
| 5:45 PM
For the fourth year in a row, Maryland ranked No. 1 in the nation in the percentage of its graduating seniors who successfully passed the rigorous Advanced Placement exams, leaping further ahead of other top states.
Twenty-nine percent of last year's...
| Aug 11, 2012
| 8:16 AM
There was pre-show pandemonium in the dressing room — really, the computer room —as children and youths prepared to stage “High School Musical” Friday, culminating the Roosevelt Recreation Center 2012 Performing Arts Camp in...
| Mar 11, 2012
| 9:52 PM
Christopher Michael Lyles, an engineer who was the second person in the world to receive a synthetic trachea, died March 5 at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore. The cause of death is unclear.
The Abingdon resident was 30 years old.
He was a graduate...
| Apr 23, 2012
Parishioners at Church of the Redeemer were greeted Sunday by a banner that said, "Going geothermal, for our earth, for our future, for our children."
Wearing a ceremonial construction hard hat, the Rev. Paul Tunkle stood at the altar —...
| Dec 16, 2012
| 2:48 PM
Harry Ratrie Jr., a World War II and Korean War veteran who became a leading businessman in Maryland's highway construction industry, died Dec. 8 of a heart attack at a hospital in Naples, Fla.
The longtime Baltimore County resident, who moved to Florida...