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The devil may have taken Skylar Marion away, his father says, but God had to figure out how to spread him around. Skylar, a 15-year-old Chesapeake High School freshman who loved to tinker with bicycles and spend time outdoors, was killed in a hit-and-run...
When I heard the news that Ray Lewis was retiring at the end of this season, I cried. Ray Lewis has an emotional hold on this community, state, and fan base — and on my family. He has been, for 17 years, a leader, an inspiration, a sign of hope. A...
Tags: Holidays, Ray Lewis, Johnny Unitas
The message sprawls out across Pat Moore's back like a beacon of hope — a permanent reminder that there is indeed light at the end of the tunnel. 'There are no mistakes, no coincidences. All events are blessings given to us to learn from.' Eight...
We're never really ready for the news and then when it hits the shock just numbs us. On Tuesday, I drove by my old office at the now vacant Aegis building at 10 Hays St. and turned onto Pennsylvania Avenue as I've done so very many times, looking to the...
Tags: Harford County, Heart Attack, Schizophrenia, Rod Stewart, Music
No parent would ever intentionally leave a child in a steaming car on a hot summer day. But it happens every year to astounded parents. Dr. Melissa Sparrow, clinical director of pediatric inpatient and emergency services at Greater Baltimore Medical...
Families are still reeling after a tornado hit the Fallston area last Friday. While some managed to come out of the storm unscathed, others, such as Keith Matthews, weren't as lucky. Matthews suffered multiple injuries when a building collapsed on him....
Tags: Natural Disasters, Tornadoes, PayPal, Inc.
A 46-year-old man who was in a coma since hitting his head on a sidewalk during a domestic fight in April has died, and city police said they are investigating the death as a homicide. No charges have yet been filed with the case. Police said Cornell...
"Don't assume this is a two-hankie book. It is not. You will cry, but you will also laugh. You will experience not only anger, but also gratification. And in the end, you will be uplifted." — Eileen Rudnick, from her book, "The Glass Between Us"...
A Crofton man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison as the result of a plea agreement in a case in which he was accused of carjacking a Macy's employee in the parking lot of Marley Station mall, leaving her with debilitating injuries. Andre M. Ennis,...
Tags: Anne Arundel County, Prisons, Lawyers, Judges, Brooklyn Park
Baltimore Sun reporterBrian Boyle wants to run along the streets of the city that helped him learn to walk again. He doesn't mind the pain of the 26.2-mile Under Armour Baltimore Marathon. He has had more than his share in the past five years. The St. Mary's College of...
Sun reporterThe nine Amish girls shot in the head Monday by a deranged milk truck driver faced long odds: National statistics show that only 5 percent of people who sustain such gunshot wounds survive them. But with four of the girls still hanging on last night,...
Tags: Maryland, Swelling, Surgery, Head Injuries, Brain
Sun StaffSECTION: TELEGRAPH ,1A In a city where more than 20,000 children have been exposed to brain- damaging doses of lead paint in the past two decades, officials acknowledged last week that no effort has been made to track them - and that many have likely...
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