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  • Not all cats kill wildlife

    Not all cats kill wildlife
    In response to the letter, "Cats: Natural-born killers" (March 9), so are humans. When I moved into my house in Havre de Grace 18 years ago, there was an abandoned house behind our property and there still is. There were also 19 feral cats. There were...
  • Brother Patrick Ellis, college president

    Brother Patrick Ellis, college president
    Brother Patrick Ellis, a member of the Christian Brothers who served as president of La Salle University and Catholic University of America, died Feb. 21 of leukemia at a Christian Brothers nursing home in Lincroft, N.J. The Baltimore native was 84....
  • Melody A. Cronin, attorney

    Melody A. Cronin, attorney
    Melody A. Cronin, a Baltimore attorney who was known for her pro bono work with the Wills for Heroes Foundation, died Sunday of acute myelocytic leukemia at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Fells Point resident was 35. "Mel was a quick-witted,...
  • Notebook: MRIs confirm minor injuries for Marshal Yanda, Bobbie Williams

    Notebook: MRIs confirm minor injuries for Marshal Yanda, Bobbie Williams
    Both of the Ravens' starting offensive guards suffered minor injuries with magnetic resonance imaging exams Monday confirming that diagnosis. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda, who left the game briefly to head to...
  • Frederick A. 'Fritz' Glos, machinist

    Frederick A. "Fritz" Glos, a retired machinist and World War II veteran who volunteered onboard the Liberty ship John W. Brown, died Friday of complications from leukemia at a stepdaughter's Perry Hall home. He was 89. Frederick Adam "Fritz" Glos was...
  • IHOP to serve free pancakes for charity Feb. 5

    IHOP to serve free pancakes for charity Feb. 5
    What’s better than IHOP pancakes? Free IHOP pancakes. The restaurant chain’s National Pancake Day will be back Feb. 5, when diners will be served complimentary buttermilk pancakes from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Customers also will be encouraged to...
  • Glenwood: Public comment sought on changes at Dayton Post Office

    I recently received a notice that the Dayton Post Office is being evaluated for reduced window service hours, and even possible closure. Dayton residents should have received a survey to express their preference and share comments. A public meeting at...
  • Ravens watched video of Chuck Pagano in Monday's team meeting

    Ravens watched video of Chuck Pagano in Monday's team meeting
    The inspirational words of Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano have found their way to the Ravens' locker room. Battling leukemia, the popular former Ravens' defensive coordinator delivered an emotional speech to his players that the Colts released...
  • Ravens have a good shot to win the AFC championship

    OK, so I finished up 2-2 in my predictions of last week's NFL playoff games ad to much delight for most of you, the Baltimore Ravens win in Denver was one of my two losses. The Green Bay Packers were my other defeat, failing to show up in San Francisco...
  • Who is best choice to be Bears' new coach?

    Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who'...
  • Wedded: Marielle Newman and Benjamin Schiffman

    Wedded: Marielle Newman and Benjamin Schiffman
    Wedding day: Oct. 27, 2012 Her story: Marielle Alexis Newman, 27, grew up in New Rochelle, N.Y. She is a color specialist for Under Armour. Her dad, Howell Newman, works for IBM and her mother, Leona Newman, works for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society....
  • American Cancer Society kicks off new study at Mountain Christian Church

    American Cancer Society kicks off new study at Mountain Christian Church
    About 100 people attended an event Tuesday morning held by the American Cancer Society, kicking off enrollment for a cancer prevention study. The study, ACS says, will help researchers better understand various factors, such as genetics, environment...