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  • Ravens' playoff game against Colts set for 1 p.m. Sunday on CBS

    Ravens' playoff game against Colts set for 1 p.m. Sunday on CBS
    The AFC North division champion Ravens' AFC wild-card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts is set for Sunday at 1 p.m. at M&T Bank Stadium, the NFL announced tonight. The game features the emotional return of Colts coach Chuck Pagano, a popular ...
  • Notebook: Hood makes Barber the youngest coach in Division III lacrosse

    Notebook: Hood makes Barber the youngest coach in Division III lacrosse
    Frederick native Brad Barber has been promoted to head coach of the Hood men’s lacrosse program, making the 23-year-old the youngest head lacrosse coach in NCAA Division III, the school announced Wednesday. Barber served as a graduate assistant for...
  • Music never stops for Maysa

    Music never stops for Maysa
    Maysa Leak had always heard music in her head. But when the 46-year-old soul singer from Gwynn Oak lost her mother to Leukemia last summer, the music stopped. For the first time she could ever recall, the artist simply known as Maysa heard nothing. "I...
  • Fundraising, fitness and competition blend at Kidz Triathlon

    Fundraising, fitness and competition blend at Kidz Triathlon
    For Clemens Crossing Elementary School rising fifth-grader Emily Erwin and her friends, participating in the sixth annual TriColumbia Kidz Triathlon on Sunday, July 21, was about more than receiving a medal at the finish line. It was about finding hope...
  • Fallston company to host Media Boot Camp for Executives

    The Fallston Group and SLM Multimedia will host their 2013 Media Boot Camp for Executives on Thursday, Oct. 3. The inaugural program season in 2012 was a tremendous success as the Fallston Group and SLM teamed to execute two sold-out programs for...
  • Rodricks: Incident shows our vulnerability to disaster

    "We love our children with all our hearts," Gordon Livingston, psychiatrist, philosopher, author and twice-bereaved parent says from his home in Howard County. "We imagine that they will bury us. Then fate intervenes and we must bury them. Nowhere is...
  • Edward Supplee Terry Jr., 77, stalwart member of Arena Players

    Edward Supplee Terry Jr., 77, stalwart member of Arena Players
    Edward Supplee Terry Jr., former head science librarian for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a decades-long stalwart of Baltimore's Arena Players, died July 1 of leukemia. He was 77. Mr. Terry, a resident of Baltimore, taught tap...
  • Houses of Hope, built by children with cancer, on display at Columbia mall

    Houses of Hope, built by children with cancer, on display at Columbia mall
    April Huff remembers the moment she learned her then-two-year-old daughter, Athena, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. It was a little over a year ago, and it changed her life forever, she said. But if one thing makes it bearable, she said,...
  • Birdhouse creations share hope, trials of pediatric cancer patients

    As students and their parents go back-to-school shopping this month at Towson Town Center, Chris Federico, president and co-founder of the Cool Kids Campaign, hopes a set of hand-painted birdhouses on display at the mall will remind shoppers that many...
  • Blood cancers affect people of all ages

    Harford County Council joins the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in designating September as Blood Cancer Awareness Month issuing a proclamation at the Council meeting on Sept. 18. Leukemia, lymphoma (both non-Hodgkin lymphoma and Hodgkin lymphoma) and...
  • Getting in the swim to raise money for Hopkins cancer lab

    Getting in the swim to raise money for Hopkins cancer lab
    On the first mile of her three-mile swim Sunday morning, Susan Spencer concentrated on the 25 names written in black marker on her right arm — those of friends and family members who had succumbed to cancer. On her second lap, the Baltimore...
  • Mt. Hebron bucks trend, holds on to win in girls soccer

    Mt. Hebron found itself in the same situation Friday night as it's been in twice already this season. The Vikings had first-half leads — even against unbeaten county powerhouse River Hill — in their last two games but ended up losing both...