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  • Obama should sidestep Congress

    Obama should sidestep Congress
    Incumbent presidents don't run for reelection simply to preserve first-term accomplishments. Presidents and presidential candidates are men and women of big ambition, driven by the immense self-confidence required to run for the job and a desire to...
  • Gas pipeline to cut swath through trees on several Monkton properties

    Gas pipeline to cut swath through trees on several Monkton properties
    Several residents on Stansbury Mill Road in Monkton are trying to convince Columbia Gas Transmission to alter the route of a new pipeline that would bring it through their properties. Columbia has filed an application with the Federal Energy...
  • Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications

    Loyola's game against Bucknell could have NCAA implications
    What started out as the final game of a competitive four-year series between the men's basketball teams at Loyola and Bucknell became something more last summer. Friday night's game at Reitz Arena has become a preview, a taste of what the future holds for...
  • Win over Denver could be crown jewel of Loyola's tournament resume

    Win over Denver could be crown jewel of Loyola's tournament resume
    Reigning national champion Loyola’s showdown with top-ranked Denver this Saturday at Ridley Athletic Complex will probably be the first of two meetings between these Eastern College Athletic Conference rivals and potentially the first of three...
  • BGE requests rate increase on heels of last case

    BGE requests rate increase on heels of last case
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for another rate increase, three months after winning approval for higher charges, and company officials said they expect to seek more in the future. It's the third time in as many years that BGE has...
  • Johns Hopkins moves into top 20 of latest RPI list

    Johns Hopkins moves into top 20 of latest RPI list
    Johns Hopkins’ 7-4 victory over Maryland not only snapped a stretch in which the team had lost three of its last four games, but it also moved the program into the top 20 of the most recent Rating Percentage Index list – also known as RPI...
  • Loyola finally back at full strength

    Loyola finally back at full strength
    Coach Charley Toomey finally got a glimpse of his Loyola team at full strength, and he liked what he saw from the reigning national champion’s performance in last Saturday’s 9-4 victory over then-No. 8 Ohio State. The offense’s...
  • Eagle Archive: Ralph Condon, 85, retired Carroll County businessman

    Ralph A. Condon, a Carroll County community leader and businessman, died March 27 at age 85. He was a Navy veteran who served in World War II. He was married to Ava Rakes Condon for 65 years. Condon was born in Taylorsville on Sept. 28, 1927. In the...
  • Nuclear regulators uphold ruling on Calvert Cliffs reactor project

    Nuclear regulators uphold ruling on Calvert Cliffs reactor project
    The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission upheld a decision Monday preventing a French company from building a third reactor at the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant in southern Maryland, but it offered glimmers of hope for the project's proponents. The...
  • Cornell surprised about not getting seeded for NCAA tournament

    Cornell surprised about not getting seeded for NCAA tournament
    Despite getting upset by Princeton in the semifinals of the Ivy League tournament last Friday, Cornell was thought to be in position to earn one of the eight seeds in the NCAA tournament and the right to host a home game in the first round. Instead, the...
  • From bubble resident to third seed in NCAA tournament, Ohio State enjoying the ride

    From bubble resident to third seed in NCAA tournament, Ohio State enjoying the ride
    When the 16-team bracket for the NCAA tournament was unveiled Sunday night, Ohio State scooped up the third seed, leapfrogging teams like Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Denver and Atlantic Coast Conference tournament champion North Carolina for...
  • The Terps still have hope, NCAA bracket experts say

    The Terps still have hope, NCAA bracket experts say
    The Maryland men's basketball team begins a critical four-game stretch to end the regular season tonight at Georgia Tech. The Terps are sixth in the Atlantic Coast Conference at 7-7 and they have a 19-8 record overall, but they must make a statement in...