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  • Dance, listen and reminisce at the 50+ Center [North Laurel/Savage]

    Learn to dance. Improve your hearing and memory. The 50+ Center has a lot happening in March. Starting on March 18, there will be lessons in Ballroom and Latin Dance. Singles and couples are welcome. The cost is $52 and registration is required. March...
  • Bel Air shaking off winter doldrums

    Bel Air shaking off winter doldrums
    Bel Air town officials are eager the see the last of this winter's snow melt away and the temperatures warm up, as the first of the community's early spring activities are quickly approaching. "It can't snow on St. Patrick's Day," Town Administrator...
  • Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine

    Police say Columbia mall shooter wanted to mimic Columbine
    The teenager who led a deadly January assault at The Mall in Columbia did not target his victims, but planned a killing spree inspired by the 1999 Columbine High School shootings, Howard County police revealed Wednesday. In a wide-ranging news...
  • Craig vows to reverse gun laws, seek sales tax break for Md. goods

    Craig vows to reverse gun laws, seek sales tax break for Md. goods
    Republican Harford County Executive David R. Craig said that if elected governor, he would roll back Maryland's strict gun-control laws and push a sales tax exemption for goods manufactured in the state. Craig identified at least six taxes he would like...
  • Seton Keough High School students' walk-a-thon for cancer

    Seton Keough High School students' walk-a-thon for cancer
    The loop in front of Seton Keough High School on Caton Avenue was filled with students Wednesday morning for the all-girls Catholic school's seventh annual Kathleen Bowen Walk for Hope. Hundreds of girls wearing purple shirts walked laps around the...
  • Hearing on plan to sell Baltimore's public housing draws concerns

    Hearing on plan to sell Baltimore's public housing draws concerns
    The Baltimore Housing Authority's plan to sell 22 of its 28 apartment and townhouse complexes drew dozens of concerned tenants and workers Wednesday to a City Council committee hearing. Floyd Vines, a resident at J. Van Story Branch high-rise, one of...
  • UM data breach slightly smaller than thought

    UM data breach slightly smaller than thought
    A cyber attack at the University of Maryland, College Park, affected 21,499 fewer people than originally thought after an analysis revealed the database contained some incomplete and inaccurate data, university officials said Wednesday. Hackers obtained...
  • Destination: River Hill High for big yard sale

    There's plenty going on at River Hill High School. Here's a rundown. You may still be able to reserve space at the annual River Hill High Student Government Association yard sale March 22. Go to http://www.riverhillsga.org to register. Have you...
  • KAL channels Thomas Nast [Letter]

    KAL channels Thomas Nast [Letter]
    Perhaps it's a stretch, but Sun cartoonist KAL is like a modern-day Thomas Nast, whose political cartoons helped bring down the most corrupt mayoral rein in New York City's history, Tammany Hall under "Boss Tweed" in the 1850s. Mr. Nast capitalized on...
  • Cardin a no-show for his gun bill [Letter]

    Cardin a no-show for his gun bill [Letter]
    Del. Jon Cardin is quite obviously putting politics ahead of what, he claims, are his strongest legislative priorities. The Sun's article, "Bill to close gun law 'loophole' draws fire" (March 5), makes crystal clear that Mr. Cardin cares more about...
  • Lawmakers debate reforms to address gun backlog

    As lawmakers debate a measure to strengthen protections against the sale of guns to people legally barred from owning them, gun advocates are complaining that the proposal could further drag out sales already delayed for months by a large backlog in state...
  • Shortage of housing for poorest families grows

    Shortage of housing for poorest families grows
    It's growing increasingly difficult for the poorest families in Baltimore to find affordable rental housing, and some housing advocates worry new housing policies such as privatization could make the problem worse. An analysis by the Urban Institute...