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The Greater Towson Committee's annual meeting, held Thursday, June 28, served as an appropriate end to the tenure of outgoing Executive Director Cindy Bledsoe. The meeting, which served as a farewell to Bledsoe after seven years of leading the Towson...
Having grown up around Orioles baseball, Steve Johnson's dream was always to play for his hometown team. That dream came true Sunday, when the St. Paul's alum was told he was being recalled by the Orioles. His first call was to his father, former Orioles...
The Baltimore SunFormer Orioles great Jim Palmer had his three Cy Young Award plaques hanging on his wall. His Gold Glove awards are in storage. They’re mementos of accomplishments he will always remember and cherish, but Palmer says he didn’t need them to...
Dr. Rondalyn Whitney, of Towson, was recently named assistant professor of occupational therapy at the University of the Sciences, in Philadelphia. Previously, she served as the senior research coordinator at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. At Kennedy...
Stephen G. Smith, who was known as "Stash" on 98 Rock, pleaded guilty Monday morning to drunk-driving charges and was sentenced to six months in the Harford County Detention Center. District Court Judge Susan Hazlett reduced the original one-year...
The good works quietly done by area residents never cease to amaze me. So it was on Sept. 8 when Howie Feaga and Chris Marchetti, owners of Merry Acres Farm, hosted a horse show and family fun day with the purpose of raising money for the Howard County...
"So You Think You Can Dance" is back for its 9th season and I already know there's some format changes (1 night a week, instead of 2) and two winners, a male and a female dancer. Let's see what else they tell us about on tonight's premiere. We start...
Tags: Cat Deeley, Dance, Mia Michaels, Louise Brooks, Blindness
A Baltimore County woman had about $340,000 in student loan debt discharged by a federal bankruptcy judge this month because Asperger's syndrome prevents her from holding a job. Carol Todd of Nottingham pursued college degrees "as a stepping stone toward...
Tags: Asperger Syndrome, Nottingham, Students, Catonsville, Judges
Because most votes the Howard County Council casts are unanimous, the political views of its five members are not often on display. But every May, when the council meets to adopt the county budget, the partisan divide between the council's four...
Sometimes it's the lyrics and not the music that set a song apart. For the Ellicott City-based ShowTime Singers, one of the most challenging musical numbers they've performed was "America the Beautiful" — when they sang it in Mandarin for a Chinese...
Christina Antolick of Sykesville, a 2012 graduate of Century High School, has been named by The Arc of Carroll County as the recipient of the fourth annual Timothy J. Atkinson Memorial Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship is presented each year to help...
Sheppard Pratt Health System Inc., Maryland's largest provider of mental health and special education services, is forming an affiliation with Alliance Inc. in what would essentially be a merger in the business world. Towson-based Sheppard Pratt and...
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