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  • Construction contract awarded for new HCC nursing, allied health building

    Construction contract awarded for new HCC nursing, allied health building
    Kinsley Construction Company of York, Pa., was recently selected as the builder of Harford Community College's new Nursing and Allied Health Building. Kinsley was selected for the $13.9 million contract after members of the HCC Board of Trustees reviewed...
  • Laurel health and wellness ambassador brings free yoga, tai chi classes

    Laurel health and wellness ambassador brings free yoga, tai chi classes
    McCullough Field is a popular spot for softball leagues, pick-up basketball games and volleyball tournaments. This summer, the sports spot will be the site for something a little more unusual: free, outdoor yoga classes for adults and kids. Carl Powell,...
  • Ravens again show confidence in drafting small-school players

    Ravens again show confidence in drafting small-school players
    Growing up in the farming community of Fort Morgan, Colo., Ravens rookie offensive lineman Ryan Jensen would never have been mistaken for a future NFL draft pick. Although his older brother, Seth, had played defensive tackle at Nebraska, Jensen...
  • Adam Thompson 5K Run/Walk at HCC raises $20,000

    Adam Thompson 5K Run/Walk at HCC raises $20,000
    More than 350 runners and walkers raised $20,000 Sunday to benefit the Adam Thompson Memorial Nursing Scholarship at Harford Community College and the Adam Thompson Memorial Education Scholarship at Upper Chesapeake Health. The Adam Thompson 5K Run/Walk...
  • Coppin to break ground on $80 million science center

    Coppin to break ground on $80 million science center
    Coppin State University is moving forward with an $80 million Science and Technology Center that it hopes will boost sagging enrollment despite concerns that the West Baltimore school will not have enough money to operate the building. A ceremonial...
  • Catonsville's Manley to be special guest for college fundraising roast

    Catonsville's Manley to be special guest for college fundraising roast
    The Community College of Baltimore County will roast one of college'sĀ pioneersĀ during a special event 6-9 p.m., Saturday, May 4, in the Q Lounge on the school's Catonsville campus, 800 S. Rolling Road. Catonsville resident Jack Manley, one of the...
  • Physical education is no game in Howard County

    Physical education is no game in Howard County
    Anna Spring remembers the resources that were poured into combating teen smoking and pregnancy. The retired Howard County physical education teacher said she hasn't seen the same response to address childhood obesity. "We have all this research that...
  • Howard health council calls for stronger focus on wellness language

    Howard health council calls for stronger focus on wellness language
    A health advisory group to the Howard County Board of Education is calling for stronger language in policy-making that focuses on the health and wellness of county students — including the policy currently before the board that has drawn criticism...
  • Police still investigating background of College Park shooter

    Police still investigating background of College Park shooter
    Authorities say they are continuing to investigate a student murder-suicide this year just off the University of Maryland, College Park campus, a revelation that comes a month after the case was declared closed. Detectives are not looking for additional...
  • Bullies thrive when civility and respect for others decline

    Bullies thrive when civility and respect for others decline
    Del. Jon Cardin's recent comment on bullying suggesting that "kids were hurting kids" while "parents and teachers hadn't a clue" was remarkable ("Journey in grief leads to new curbs on bullying," May 2). Where has Mr. Cardin been? As a mother of three...
  • Hopkins announces $4.5 billion fundraising goal

    Hopkins announces $4.5 billion fundraising goal
    Johns Hopkins announced Saturday a $4.5 billion fundraising goal — among the largest in the country — to help the university and health system address some of the world's most challenging issues, including water scarcity, education quality and...
  • Beall out as Glenelg girls basketball coach

    Beall out as Glenelg girls basketball coach
    As a basketball player, Don Beall knows what a blind-side pick is. As a coach, now he also knows how it feels. Beall recently lost his varsity girls basketball coaching position at Glenelg. "I never saw it coming, not even a little bit," he said....