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  • Jean E. Breiner, school nurse

    Jean E. Breiner, school nurse
    Jean E. Breiner, a registered nurse who had been the school nurse at Padonia Elementary School for more than two decades, died Friday of myleoid leukemia at her Timonium home. She was 77. The daughter of a truck driver and a homemaker, the former Jean...
  • John Edwards' fake sincerity wears off

    John Edwards' fake sincerity wears off
    Now that a North Carolina jury has ruled that former Sen. John Edwards is not a crook, at least in terms of misusing campaign contributions, he is free to go on conning his fellow citizens that he remains an instrument of The Almighty to serve the...
  • Friends School seniors honor leukemia victim who would have graduated this year

    Friends School seniors honor leukemia victim who would have graduated this year
    Graham Harrison won't be graduating with his classmates at Friends School on June 12, but he will be with the senior class in spirit. Three years after his death from leukemia, the former Friends ninth-grader, who lived in Villages of Homeland and...
  • Real Housewives of New York City premiere recap, dinner parties, blackmail and newbies

    Real Housewives of New York City premiere recap, dinner parties, blackmail and newbies
    To be honest, I was planning on boycotting "The Real Housewives of New York City" after they fired half of the cast and kept the craziest of the bunch for season 5. But I am so happy I decided to watch it because these newbies bring some new drama and I...
  • Prostate cancer counseling a personal cause for Baltimore City Council aide

    Prostate cancer counseling a personal cause for Baltimore City Council aide
    Roland Park residents know Robert Ginyard as an aide to City Councilwoman Sharon Greene Middleton, who represents the community. Ginyard is Middleton's point man and a regular at meetings of the Roland Park Civic League, a listening ear for complaints and...
  • Baltimore health officials answer seniors' oral health questions

    Seniors with questions and concerns about their teeth will be able to get free answers through a new program from the Baltimore City Health Department. Called “My Smile,” the program targets low-income seniors who are in need of dental...
  • At Relay for Life, emotions on display in battle against cancer

    At Relay for Life, emotions on display in battle against cancer
    Donna Holt was healthy and strong, a breast cancer survivor. But while training for the Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon in 2009, she was surprised to find she couldn't complete the practice swim. Turns out, the breast cancer she had conquered in 1998 had...
  • Letter: Runabouts rock Havre de Grace

    The Runabouts Then and Now 2012 concert held on May 19 at the Havre de Grace Community Center was a huge success. Paid attendance was 417 with 34 musicians performing four sets of rock and roll. After expenses, a total of $6,780.00 will be given to the...
  • Founded in Towson families' loss, Red Devils still building momentum to aid breast cancer patients

    Founded in Towson families' loss, Red Devils still building momentum to aid breast cancer patients
    When Christopher Schardt lost his wife, Ginny, to breast cancer 10 years ago, he resolved that her passing could not be in vain. "We didn't want it to not impact us," he said. "We wanted to do something to change us, to change others, and to make a...
  • Sports notices: Friday night cross country series starts

    Submitting sports notices The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. Monday. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). Questions? Call 410-332-6578. Running The Howard County Striders/Bullseye Running Friday Night Cross Country Series...
  • A quiet life worth remembering

    There won't be a big news story about Gregory Seagle's death. And that's a shame, because if there was ever anyone on this planet who deserved to be publicly remembered for how he lived, it was Greg, who died last week from cancer at 61. Greg was a...
  • Field hockey game to raise money for fight against cancer

    Field hockey game to raise money for fight against cancer
    Archbishop Spalding has been hosting a fundraiser for the fight against cancer for the past six years, but Thursday's field hockey game carries special meaning for both the Cavaliers and their opponent, St. Mary's, which is playing in the contest for...