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  • Clarksville: Robinson Nature Center hangs bird art by local youngsters

    This brief column is coming to you from Pigeon Forge, Tenn., where I am vacationing with grandchildren Hailey and Joel Sanford and their parents, Russell and Melissa. I hope you are having a delightfully busy summer, too. Visit the Robinson Nature Center...
  • Letter: Rabies vaccine clinics successful

    Editor: The Harford County Health Department extends sincere appreciation to The Aegis for providing such positive publicity and support of Harford County Health Department rabies vaccination clinics in its April 25, article and subsequent May 11,...
  • Pe'Shon Howard will miss Maryland's game at Florida State with the flu

    Pe'Shon Howard will miss Maryland's game at Florida State with the flu
    Point guard Pe’Shon Howard will sit out tonight’s game here at Florida State because of the flu, a Maryland athletic department spokesman said. Zack Bolno said Howard remained in College Park after the team left Tuesday. Howard had lost...
  • Once again, Terps can't hold lead vs. Florida State in 73-71 loss

    Once again, Terps can't hold lead vs. Florida State in 73-71 loss
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Maryland found another way to lose Wednesday night — agonizingly. The Terps led Florida State by as many as eight points in the second half despite Alex Len being in foul trouble for most of the game, and they had a chance to...
  • Analyzing Maryland's loss at Florida State

    Analyzing Maryland's loss at Florida State
    Welcome back to Morning Shootaround, a regular feature this season the day after Maryland basketball games. While we can’t bring you into the Terps’ locker room after games – reporters haven’t been allowed in there since the last...
  • Schools note high absences, blame 'the purple fever'

    Schools note high absences, blame 'the purple fever'
    As tens of thousands of Maryland families reveled in purple pride at M&T Bank Stadium on Tuesday, one mile away, the mood at Digital Harbor High School was blue. Students and staff questioned the Baltimore school system's decision not to amend school...
  • New Laurel KinderMender designed intentionally for fun

    New Laurel KinderMender designed intentionally for fun
    From its name to a play area filled with children's books, games and other toys, Route 1's KinderMender, looks more like a day-care center instead of a pediatric medical facility. KinderMender's play area has a white picket fence, flat-screen television...
  • Health care reform is cutting costs, improving care

    Health care reform is cutting costs, improving care
    This week marks the third anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. For Marylanders, that means a health care system that is stronger than it was three years ago, and a future that looks even brighter. Marylanders who have health insurance now have more...
  • 'Glee' recap: 'Guilty Pleasures'

    'Glee' recap: 'Guilty Pleasures'
    After last week's heavy (relatively speaking) "Feud" episode, we get a dose of "Glee" fluff in this week's "Guilty Pleasures" show. It all starts when Blaine spies Sam pilfering bags of pasta from the school cafeteria. He assumes it's to feed his family,...
  • Maryland child dies from flu

    Maryland child dies from flu
    A Baltimore area child who died in December has tested positive for influenza, state health officials announced Friday, declaring it the first pediatric flu death in Maryland this winter. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene declined to release...
  • The flu strikes hard in Harford

    The flu strikes hard in Harford
    The unusually active flu season continues at full tilt in Harford County, with many of those who haven't either been sick or vaccinated against the illness scrambling to get inoculated. More than 700 people got vaccinated at flu clinics in Harford...
  • Howard Gary Bass, Baltimore District judge

    Howard Gary Bass, Baltimore District judge
    Howard Gary Bass, whose career as a Baltimore District Court judge spanned nearly three decades and who was known as something of a judicial free spirit for his application of humor to the law, died Tuesday afternoon at Good Samaritan Hospital after being...