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  • Mount View music students toot their horn [Marriottsville Sykesville Woodstock]

    The music accolades continue this week with good news from Mount View Middle School. Band director Shelly Williams and orchestra director Matt DeBeal would like to recognize their students who auditioned and earned acceptance into select music groups....
  • Harford students lose another day from spring break to snow

    Harford students lose another day from spring break to snow
    Yet another day has been taken away from spring break for students in Harford County Public Schools. The Harford County Public Schools Board of Education members voted unanimously at their meeting Monday night to send students to school on April 17...
  • Wrangling over boundaries for new Timonium elementary continues

    Wrangling over boundaries for new Timonium elementary continues
    A group of Timonium residents who are unhappy with a proposed redistricting map for the elementary school being built in Mays Chapel are lobbying Baltimore County's Board of Education to consider a second option prior to a public hearing on Wednesday....
  • Arbutus teen originally from Myanmar wins Carson scholarship

    Arbutus teen originally from Myanmar wins Carson scholarship
    Thi Dar Aye is one of thousands of people who have left Myanmar (Burma) hoping to find a better life. On Monday she learned she is one of only 510 students from across the United States who have been awarded Ben Carson scholarships. The award honors...
  • Early recruiting ignores academic challenge [Letter]

    Mike Preston's column ("Kids need protection from recruiting frenzy," Feb. 22) addressed the growing trend of athletes getting recruited to play lacrosse at big-name colleges at ever-younger ages, sometimes before they've played a single game of...
  • Thornton's arrival raises hopes [Letter]

    Thornton's arrival raises hopes [Letter]
    It's no secret that for the past eight months the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners had been conducting a robust search for the system's next CEO. With the board's selection of Gregory Thornton to take the helm, I believe the next CEO has...
  • Harford County Public Schools out of snow days this winter

    Harford County Public Schools out of snow days this winter
    Harford County Public School students could be looking at an extended school year, if more harsh winter weather or snow heads to the county. Public schools were closed Thursday, and a code green was issued for essential employees, and will be made up on...
  • Carroll middle school students set to perform Wizard of Oz

    Carroll middle school students set to perform Wizard of Oz
    For Delaney Goodwin, working with the Liberty High School directing tandem of Tony Cimino and Tina Delcher was intimidating at first. Now it's just challenging, and demanding. But the hard work has been worth it, according to the Oklahoma Road...
  • Anne Arundel adjunct professor earns top-shelf wireless certification

    They're called technology evangelists, those who trumpet benefits and trends in the Digital Age without the need of a fire-and-brimstone app. Anne Arundel Community College adjunct professor Travis Bonfigli is a self-proclaimed technology evangelist. You...
  • Shifting the burden [Commentary]

    Shifting the burden [Commentary]
    When my daughter was diagnosed with autism four years ago, our family was determined to make sure she received the right education, one that would meet her needs and give her a chance to fulfill her potential. We never imagined how hard we would have to...
  • Police say no threat intended with shotgun brought to South River High

    Police say no threat intended with shotgun brought to South River High
    An 18-year-old South River High School student was charged as an adult Friday on a weapons charge after a shotgun was found in his vehicle at the school, Anne Arundel County Police said. Police said the student had apparently been hunting previously and...
  • Like/Dislike with Rob Vary, Mount Vernon Ghost Tour guide

    Like/Dislike with Rob Vary, Mount Vernon Ghost Tour guide
    Since moving to Charm City nine years ago, Rob Vary has been quite busy interacting with the many residents of Baltimore — living and not-so living. Vary, 32, is a tour guide for the Baltimore Ghost Tours, which coordinates three ghost tours in...