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  • Fallston pushing for Youth's Benefit Elementary replacement

    Fallston pushing for Youth's Benefit Elementary replacement
    Fallston residents were urged last Thursday night to press their elected officials to get a new building for Youth's Benefit Elementary School. The Parent-Teacher Association at Youth's Benefit has been working for a year and a half with the organization...
  • Q&A with ESPN's Mark Dixon

    ESPN analyst Mark Dixon provided play by play for No. 13 Princeton’s 14-9 victory over No. 14 Cornell last Saturday and will offer analysis of the America East tournament final this Saturday. The former Johns Hopkins midfielder, who can be...
  • Notre Dame overtakes Loyola to top RPI rankings

    Loyola’s 10-9 overtime loss to Johns Hopkins Saturday opened the door for Notre Dame to move into the top spot in RPI (ratings percentage index). In the third version of the list released by the NCAA Monday evening, the Fighting Irish (11-1) jumped...
  • Proposed pipeline raises concerns in Baltimore, Harford Co.

    Wooden stakes mark the path that a proposed underground gas pipeline would cut through Jonathan Guth's property in Baltimore County along its 21-mile route northeast to Harford County. The project would take out about half a stand of woods that Guth...
  • Loyola earns top overall seed in NCAA men's tournament

    Loyola earns top overall seed in NCAA men's tournament
    After setting a school record for wins and matching another program mark for best start, the Loyola men's lacrosse team reaped a coveted reward: the top overall seed in the NCAA tournament. The 14-1 Greyhounds, who captured their first Eastern College...
  • Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament

    Penn State left with questions about being left out of NCAA tournament
    Straight from the “What else is new” department, Penn State was severely disappointed by the selection committee’s decision to exclude the Nittany Lions from the 16-team NCAA tournament, which was unveiled late Sunday night. And 12...
  • Q&A with NCAA selection committee chair Tony Seaman

    Q&A with NCAA selection committee chair Tony Seaman
    Tony Seaman compiled a record of 263-166 in 30 years as a head coach at Johns Hopkins, Towson, Penn and C.W. Post. In one of his many current roles, he serves to chair the selection committee tasked with filling out the 16-team field for the upcoming NCAA...
  • Residents criticize natural gas pipeline proposal

    Harold Burns, president of the Falls Road Community Association, stepped to the microphone at the Oregon Ridge Lodge Tuesday night and threw down the gauntlet before representatives of a gas company proposing an underground pipeline through his part of...
  • Loyola wraps up regular season atop RPI rankings

    Capturing the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament crown helped Loyola close out the regular season as the team with the best RPI (ratings percentage index) in Division I. In the fourth version of the list released by the NCAA Monday evening,...
  • Some consumers oppose smart meters in Md.

    Some consumers oppose smart meters in Md.
    Jonathan Libber likes his analog utility meter just fine. And no amount of debate will convince him that new wireless, digital "smart meters" being installed by Baltimore Gas & Electric and other utilities around the country would help conserve energy,...
  • Robert B. Reich: How Wall Street is trying to avoid U.S. oversight

    Robert B. Reich: How Wall Street is trying to avoid U.S. oversight
    While all eyes are on the Supreme Court and Obamacare, a quieter battle is being waged against the president's other major initiative, the Dodd-Frank financial reform act. Wall Street has already watered down or delayed most of Dodd-Frank. Now it wants...
  • O'Malley: Benefits of Exelon-CEG merger go beyond rate credit

    O'Malley: Benefits of Exelon-CEG merger go beyond rate credit
    While Maryland business, labor and environmental groups backed a $1 billion settlement between Gov. Martin O'Malley and Exelon Corp. related to the Chicago company's buyout of Constellation Energy Group, not everyone was satisfied. Merger opponent EDF...