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  • Lacrosse Q&A: Towson defender Alexa Demski

    Lacrosse Q&A: Towson defender Alexa Demski
    Each week, The Baltimore Sun publishes a Q&A with an area college lacrosse player to help you become more acquainted with the player and his or her team. Today's guest is Towson senior defender Alexa Demski, a Loch Raven graduate and third-team All-...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Eight years after paralysis, Van Brooks continues moving forward

    Eight years after paralysis, Van Brooks continues moving forward
    Last September, Van Brooks walked for the first time in eight years. A wobbly video, recorded on a smartphone and posted on Facebook, shows the lower body of an undeterrable young man. Legs violently shaking as he refuses to accept his initial...
  • 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...
  • Colosseum Gym's new Kinetics System focuses on form

    Colosseum Gym's new Kinetics System focuses on form
    Mobility, stability and agility are the targets inside the new Kinetics System room at Colosseum Gym in Columbia. Everyone from power-lifters to post-rehab patients can work with trainers to reach their goals, according to trainer Vic Selvaggi....
  • Staff, visitors remain confident in Hopkins security after shooting

    Staff, visitors remain confident in Hopkins security after shooting
    Cobin Burrell, a 31-year-old Johns Hopkins Hospital worker, had the task of cleaning blood from Room 873, where a man killed his ailing mother, then himself after shooting a doctor. The assignment didn't bother him. "I've seen it on the street a lot of...
  • Changes you may encounter while preparing this season's tax return

    Changes you may encounter while preparing this season's tax return
    For taxpayers who are procrastinators, this is your year. Not only is the Internal Revenue Service asking those with more complex returns to hold off filing until mid-February, but the usual tax deadline has been extended three days, to April 18, because...
  • Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet

    Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet
    In May, Chris Mason-Hale posted a photo on his Facebook page of himself standing during a break from therapy at the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Looking all of his 6 feet 4 with arms crossed and head...
  • Howard County weddings and engagements

    Howard County weddings and engagements
    Mac and Kathy Edwards, of Sneads Ferry, N.C., announce the marriage of their daughter, Nicole Edwards, to Paul Zimmerman, son of Larry and Susan Zimmerman, of Highland, on May 29, 2011. The bride earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of...
  • Four local graduates selected as 'Amanda Wins' scholarship recipients

    Some of you will remember Amanda Post, who passed away in 2009 during her freshman year at River Hill High School because of complications from a bone marrow transplant for relapsed Acute Myeloid Leukemia. She was in her ninth year as a player with the...
  • Councilman not yet sold on Y proposal

    Following his July 8 meeting with representatives from the Y of Central Maryland, 1st District Councilman Tom Quirk said he is undecided about supporting a proposal to build a 60,000-square-foot medical building on the Y's South Rolling Road campus....