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  • Patterson Mill raises $19,000 through Hoops for Heart

    Patterson Mill raises $19,000 through Hoops for Heart
    Patterson Mill Middle School faculty and students held their fourth Hoops for Heart and Tobacco Awareness Assembly last Friday, rewarding the school for meeting and exceeding its goal of raising $17,000. The event, sponsored by the PMMS physical education...
  • Family ties drive Wilfong's work with heart association

    It's only natural that J. Scott Wilfong, president and CEO of SunTrust Bank for the Greater Washington/Maryland area, would want to give back to the American Heart Association. After all, heart disease runs in his family. His wife, Susan, suffers from...
  • .Com is so 1990s -- Internet braces for a lot more domain name variety

    .Com is so 1990s -- Internet braces for a lot more domain name variety
    The worldwide entity that acts as a traffic cop for Internet domain names, ICANN, today released a list of hundreds of proposed top level domain names that could supplment the current 20+ suffixes in use, such as .com, .org., .net, .org, and .xxx. ICANN...
  • Bits & Pieces: Columbia Association developing an Aquatics Master Plan

    The Columbia Association continues to work on its Aquatics Master Plan to determine the swimming needs of the future for that organization's indoor and outdoor pools. We are seeing that lap lane space is becoming critical. If you are a competitive...
  • Bits & Pieces: BWI Airport Run celebrates its 25th year of raising money for Down Syndrome

    When Wayne and Cynthia Malone's son, Jaron, was born in 1980 they knew he was a special child — more special than others because he had Down syndrome. When the Malones sought information about their son's unique needs at the local library, what they...
  • Bits & Pieces: Columbia Association developing an Aquatics Master Plan

    The Columbia Association continues to work on its Aquatics Master Plan to determine the swimming needs of the future for that organization for its indoor and outdoor pools. We are seeing that lap lane space is becoming critical. If you are a competitive...
  • Laurel High teacher honored as Healthy Schools Program Champion

    Henrique Vissotto, a foreign language teacher at Laurel High School, is among 21 educators nationwide selected as Healthy Schools Program Champions by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, founded by the American Heart Association and the William J....
  • St. Vincent Villa youngsters learn the secrets to heart health

    The children at St. Vincent's Villa recently were participants in a "Heart Healthy"-themed summer camp held on the Villa's Dulaney Valley campus.  The two-week program showcased healthy eating tips, exercises and more. Under the sponsorship of Harkins...
  • Mount Zion offers HeartSaver training

    The CareGiver's Ministry at Mount Zion United Methodist Church is hosting American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR and AED training classes, Saturday, April 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at church Fellowship Hall, 12430 Scaggsville Road, in Highland....
  • W. Thomas Barnes

    W. Thomas Barnes
    W. Thomas Barnes, retired chief financial officer of Johns Hopkins Hospital whose charitable interests included many Baltimore nonprofits, died Jan. 17 from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville....
  • Going B.I.G. at Burleigh Manor

    Going B.I.G. at Burleigh Manor
    The only sounds louder than the squeaks of tennis shoes on the hardwood gym floor Friday, Jan. 20 at Burleigh Manor Middle School in Ellicott City were the shouts of victory and cries of defeat from teams of students and teachers. At the third annual...
  • Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock: Conservancy to host Art of Stewardship exhibit beginning April 19

    For the past three years, the Howard County Conservancy has served as host for a juried "Art of Stewardship" exhibit that commences in January with a call to artists and concludes in April with an awards reception and auction. This year, the show's theme,...