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  • Tips for talking to your children about the Perry Hall shooting

    Tips for talking to your children about the Perry Hall shooting
    I don't know what to say about the shooting yesterday at Perry Hall High School. I can't imagine the circumstances that led to this day. I can't imagine the confusion of the freshmen trying to get their bearings on their first day of school. The anguish...
  • Former Anne Arundel police chief Tolliver to return to helm

    Former Anne Arundel police chief Tolliver to return to helm
    Anne Arundel County's beleaguered police force will be commanded by a former Maryland State Police superintendent and political survivor who has led the county department once before. Larry W. Tolliver will take over as chief on Tuesday, more than a...
  • College lines: Harford residents earn degrees, honors

    SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY: Three local students were named to Susquehanna University's dean's list for the spring 2012 semester. The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester. To...
  • Baltimore police: Quality over quantity?

    Baltimore police: Quality over quantity?
    Baltimore Police CommissionerFrederick H. Bealefeld IIIformally retires on Wednesday, and MayorStephanie Rawlings-Blakehas yet to settle on his replacement. She has, however, indicated a broad commitment to sticking to the policing philosophy that Mr....
  • Monday Meltdown: 'Minecraft' invades Xbox, 'Avengers' and 'Family Guy' coming to consoles

    Monday Meltdown: 'Minecraft' invades Xbox, 'Avengers' and 'Family Guy' coming to consoles
    News Roundup •••• CNN published an extensive and interesting piece about the genre of game commentary videos and its most popular producer, “SeaNanners.” I suppose it depends on the game, but it seems this whole “...
  • Staying angry at spouse sometimes healthy

    Staying angry at spouse sometimes healthy
    Sometimes holding onto a little anger after a marital spat is healthy, according to new research. Expressing the anger might be necessary to move past it, said James McNulty of Florida State University, who was investigating “positive psychology.&...
  • Citizen Cope has plenty on his mind

    Citizen Cope has plenty on his mind
    For his fifth album, Citizen Cope needed "a shot of optimism," so he wrote its opening song, "One Lovely Day." The sparse, acoustic guitar-driven track finds its narrator trying to persuade a woman to come with him "to where there ain't no more pain."...
  • A conservative case against Mitt Romney

    A conservative case against Mitt Romney
    The time for conservatives to compromise has come and gone. The time for decisive and prudential judgments in our votes has arrived, and that means abandoning Mitt Romney this election. One of the great mistakes conservatives make when voting today is...
  • Eagles think they're well-equipped for Ravens' no-huddle offense

    Eagles think they're well-equipped for Ravens' no-huddle offense
    PHILADELPHIA -- The Philadelphia Eagles have spent many hours this week preparing for the Ravens’ no-huddle offense. But they only have to go as far as their own practice field to face one in person. The defense has been getting familiar with the...
  • Doubt about marriage shouldn't be ignored

    Doubt about marriage shouldn't be ignored
    When women have pre-wedding jitters they shouldn’t ignore them, according to researchers at UCLA. New research shows that doubts, particularly the woman’s, predicts higher divorce rates and less marital satisfaction years later. “...
  • Rachel Marsden: Why France elected a Socialist president

    Rachel Marsden: Why France elected a Socialist president
    Francehas elected only the second Socialist president in its history -- the first being Francois Mitterrand, who spent 14 years in the driver's seat back when French presidential terms lasted seven years rather than five, and who made a hard-right turn...
  • Researcher dies in apparent Northeast Baltimore robbery

    Researcher dies in apparent Northeast Baltimore robbery
    Peter Marvit never missed rehearsal with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, and this week he showed up wearing one of his trademark ties — short, fat, and brightly colored. After the three-hour practice concluded with "Carol of the Angels," director...