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  • Orioles ownership applauds Duquette, Showalter for moves they didn't make

    Orioles ownership applauds Duquette, Showalter for moves they didn't make
    Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette, newly locked in along with manager Buck Showalter until 2018, said Thursday that he has fielded “umpteen” trade proposals from other teams desiring the Orioles’ top young players. But...
  • Rosemary E. Allulis, lawyer

    Rosemary E. Allulis, lawyer
    Rosemary E. Allulis, a lawyer and world traveler who was also a photographer and musician, died Tuesday of liver cancer at her Villa Cresta home. She was 52. "She was a genius. She had a fast mind and was such a good writer," said Sidney Friedman, a...
  • Mount St. Mary's tabs freshman to start in net, but could go with rotation

    Mount St. Mary's tabs freshman to start in net, but could go with rotation
    In 2008 and 2009, Maryland rotated Jason Carter and Brian Phipps in the net. The Terps’ season-opening opponent this Tuesday may be taking a similar approach. Mount St. Mary’s plans to open tomorrow’s contest with freshman Will Rego in...
  • Deborah Richardson nominated as new county corrections director

    Deborah Richardson nominated as new county corrections director
    Veteran Baltimore County Department of Corrections administrator Deborah Richardson has been tapped to become the department's director, County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Tuesday. "I am delighted that Deborah Richardson is willing to accept this...
  • Towson University student inspires Ravens with his winning attitude

    Towson University student inspires Ravens with his winning attitude
    When the Baltimore Ravens seemed as far from the bright dawn of their 9-2 start as possible, Matthew Jeffers wrote an email early one morning to the team after it had lost three straight games. In a simple three-paragraph note written early on the...
  • No Labels, no excuses

    No Labels, no excuses
    Last week, at a meeting in New York, it was announced that a group of Republican and Democratic lawmakers have agreed to get together once in a while and chat. This made news nationwide. Does that not tell you all you need to know about the sorry...
  • Local Division I men's college basketball preview

    Local Division I men's college basketball preview
    Questions abound for several in-state Division I college basketball team as their regular-season schedules begin Friday. Loyola returns most of its core playing group and faces the pressure of repeating as MAAC champions. Can the Greyhounds make it two...
  • Two reasons Romney lost

    Two reasons Romney lost
    The realities of the 2012 presidential campaign season: 23 million unemployed or underemployed Americans, soaring gas prices, mounting debt, a controversial national health care law about to take effect, unrest overseas, and a fiscal cliff looming....
  • Obama's second-term dilemma

    Obama's second-term dilemma
    Second terms have rarely been kind to American presidents. Our last two-term leader, George W. Bush, ended his tenure with a financial crash so disastrous that his own party has tried to erase him from memory. Mr. Bush's predecessor, Bill Clinton, was...
  • Young veterans easing back into life after war

    Young veterans easing back into life after war
    Joseph Bathgate calls them "the Hollywood questions." When college classmates learn he was a machine gunner for the Marine Corps for two tours in Iraq, they want to know: Did anyone ever shoot at you? Ever get hit? And there's the big one. You ever...
  • Open house builds interest in new Davenport Preschool

    Open house builds interest in new Davenport Preschool
    Anticipation is on the rise over plans for a new preschool in Hampton. Although it might have taken some imagination during Saturday's open house to picture the finished interior of the new Davenport Preschool in the small, plain rooms of its new home,...
  • Albert H. Ford, rose grower

    Albert H. Ford, rose grower
    Albert H. Ford, a retired Bendix Field Engineering Corp. executive who was a noted Maryland rosarian, died Jan. 3 of pneumonia at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 90. The son of a newspaperman and a homemaker, Albert Henry...