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  • New school discipline policy will put teachers at risk [Letter]

    Kudos to your reporters for exposing reality as it exists in many schoolhouses ("Painful lessons: Run-ins with students take toll on teachers, city finances," Feb. 16). I realize this expose is part of a long range look into workman's compensation,...
  • Perry Hall student among top winners for Black History Month essay contest

    Perry Hall student among top winners for Black History Month essay contest
    A Perry Hall Middle School student received honors in a recent Black History Month essay competition, according to a news release from Baltimore County Public Schools. Patrick Krack was the second-place winner in M&T Bank's 27th annual "Champions of...
  • New FAA hiring policy disappoints CCBC Catonsville students

    New FAA hiring policy disappoints CCBC Catonsville students
    For air traffic control student Diogenes Gama, hearing the news about the new Federal Aviation Administration hiring policy that went into effect Feb. 10 was a shock. The new FAA "off the street" hiring policy will no longer give any preference to...
  • Towson students, artist hope these bowls won't stay empty [Column]

    Fifth-grade students at Cromwell Valley Elementary are working with Towson artist Kathy Fick (www.kathyfickdesigns.com) in a genuine act of community giving by painting bowls for the Empty Bowls Baltimore Project. The painting party was scheduled to...
  • Christ Child Society finds ways to meet simple needs

    Christ Child Society finds ways to meet simple needs
    Running through the Christ Child Society's list of projects is a dizzying task. From tutoring and mentoring students to knitting hats and scarves for low-income children or providing books to two Baltimore schools — this Riderwood-based volunteer...
  • Carroll offers agribusiness seminar for aspiring farm entrepreneurs

    Carroll offers agribusiness seminar for aspiring farm entrepreneurs
    Carroll County students interested in agribusiness will have an opportunity to learn more about the topic during an upcoming seminar. The Carroll County Economic Development department is now accepting registrations for "Cultivating Opportunities in...
  • Dedication and determination add up for Carroll figure skater

    Dedication and determination add up for Carroll figure skater
    When American figure skater Gracie Gold competes Wednesday and Thursday at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Erin Coyne, a 13-year-old spectator from Westminster with a special interest in the event, will be paying careful attention. "I love watching it,"...
  • Connecting startup firms, bright graduates

    Connecting startup firms, bright graduates
    Peter DiPrinzio interviewed for jobs with big finance and consulting firms in his senior year of college in Vermont. Then he heard about a fledgling effort to send talented new graduates in a different direction — to jobs at startup companies in...
  • Curbing classroom violence [Editorial]

    Every year, hundreds of Baltimore City teachers are injured at work by violent or unruly students, and many school employees believe such incidents have become more common in recent years as a result of the policies aimed a keeping troublesome students in...
  • Howard schools eye new data warehouse

    The Howard County Public School System is investing in a new data warehouse for student information, and school officials think it will garner attention from the business community. Justin Benedict, director of data management for the school system,...
  • Black males need opportunities, mentors [Commentary]

    Black males need opportunities, mentors [Commentary]
    "I'm reaching out to some of America's leading foundations and corporations on a new initiative to help more young men of color facing tough odds stay on track and reach their full potential." President Barack Obama, 2014 State of the Union address....
  • Bel Air teen makes crisis bears for kids

    Bel Air teen makes crisis bears for kids
    One John Carroll School senior helps children find comfort during tragic situations by hand making teddy bears to give them. Carley Bynion, 17, of Bel Air, took what started out as her student project and turned it into a labor of love. To graduate,...