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  • Harford high school juniors recognized for achievements in math and science

    Harford high school juniors recognized for achievements in math and science
    Twelve 11th grade girls from Harford County high schools were honored Saturday at the 26th annual Judith Resnik Mathematics/Science Awards luncheon at Harford Community College. Sponsored by the American Association of University Women Harford Branch,...
  • Rocker Tommy Lee joins Baltimore's Soft Side campaign

    Rocker Tommy Lee joins Baltimore's Soft Side campaign
    Who knew rocker Tommy Lee was such a softie? The creators of Baltimore's Show Your Soft Side campaign, apparently, since they convinced the founding member of Motley Crue to join their movement pushing for the humane treatment of animals. Lee's ad was...
  • After accident, Sam Schmidt shifts from driver to owner

    After accident, Sam Schmidt shifts from driver to owner
    Sam Schmidt knows he would have been long retired by now, his racing career faded completely from life's rearview mirror. He isn't sure what he would be doing aside from helping his wife, Sheila, raise their two teenage children at their home outside...
  • College lines: Harford residents earn degrees, honors

    SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY: Three local students were named to Susquehanna University's dean's list for the spring 2012 semester. The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester. To...
  • Thinking things through on pit bulls

    Thinking things through on pit bulls
    In contrast to their rush to approve a gambling bill crafted in closed-door negotiations, Maryland lawmakers exercised commendable prudence in their handling of the other item on their to-do list for this week's special legislative session, a bill to...
  • Highland/Fulton: County police offer course to help teen drivers

    Some of the primary risk factors associated with most teen driving fatalities: poor hazard detection, low risk perception, risk-taking, not wearing seat belts, lack of skill, alcohol and drugs, carrying passengers and night driving. I also think...
  • Art provides relief to Parkinson's patient

    Art provides relief to Parkinson's patient
    Sometimes it's easy for Vincent Vono to feel down about having to live with Parkinson's disease. The disease has snatched his independence and sense of a normal life. The 76-year-old stopped driving last year as his motor skills slowed. He doesn't cook...
  • Q&A with Arundel boys basketball player Ryan Hill

    Q&A with Arundel boys basketball player Ryan Hill
    One of the key components to Arundel's consistent success in recent years has been how players have been able to take on expanded roles as their careers have progressed. Wildcats senior power forward Ryan Hill is the perfect example. Hill gained some...
  • Ravens parade draws north Baltimoreans to City Hall

    Ravens parade draws north Baltimoreans to City Hall
    North Baltimore was well represented in Ravens Nation as a noontime parade in honor of the Super Bowl champions kicked off outside City Hall on Tuesday, followed by a victory celebration at M&T Bank Stadium. "How often do you get to do this?" said...
  • Varsity Q&A with Darius Walker, Edmondson, basketball

    Varsity Q&A with Darius Walker, Edmondson, basketball
    When he's not on the basketball court, Edmondson senior guard Darius Walker is more laid back than loud. But there was one exception recently when he simply couldn't help himself. It came last Thursday at Randallstown, when he helped lead the No. 5...
  • Towson physical therapy center must pay $29,000 to the company 401 (k) plan, court judgment says

    Towson Rehabilitation Center LLC, a Towson physical, occupational and speech therapy provider, must restore more than $29,000 in interest to the company's 401(k) retirement plan, according to a consent judgment obtained in federal court by the U.S....
  • Westminster gym for the disabled specializes in small miracles

    Westminster gym for the disabled specializes in small miracles
    It's a sunny morning in Westminster, and the pulleys are squeaking, the weights clinking as a half-dozen members of a small gym give the equipment a workout. Bouncy music comes though a stereo's speakers. A trainer encourages a client on a treadmill....