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  • Battle Monument and its architect inspire Essex student

    Battle Monument and its architect inspire Essex student
    Chloe A. Gudmundsson is a senior at Eastern Technical High School in Essex, and at the suggestion of her English teacher, she decided to research a paper on Maximilian Godefroy, the quirky architect who designed Baltimore's Battle Monument to...
  • Jury fails to reach verdict in trial of two men accused in Towson murder

    Jury fails to reach verdict in trial of two men accused in Towson murder
    The jury failed to reach a verdict Friday in the first-degree murder case against two of the four men charged in the December 2011 fatal shooting of 19-year-old Rodney Pridget outside Towson Town Center mall, and will reconvene on Tuesday, Sept. 4....
  • Obama's full remarks

    Below are President Barack Obama's full remarks as prepared for delivery at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., on Thursday night. Michelle, I love you. The other night, I think the entire country saw just how lucky I am. Malia and...
  • Head of the Class: Awards and accolades for local students

    At James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., several Carroll County residents recently served as first-year orientation guides — known on campus as "FROGs" — as part of the university's orientation team. Included among them were Ashley...
  • Signs of hope at Beit Tikvah congregation

    Signs of hope at Beit Tikvah congregation
    Beit Tikvah Congregation is at a crossroads, facing the future with dwindling membership and finances. But there are signs of recent growth as congregants prepare to celebrate Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, on Sept. 17, with a new, part-time rabbi...
  • Obama makes a gutsy bet on the wisdom and maturity of American voters

    Obama makes a gutsy bet on the wisdom and maturity of American voters
    In his speech accepting the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama neatly transformed the hope and change of 2008 that centered on him into a voter-centered hope and change for 2012. "So you see, the election four...
  • Coachspeak: Glenelg girls soccer's Maureen Hammond

    Coachspeak: Glenelg girls soccer's Maureen Hammond
    When Glenelg's longtime girls soccer coach Dean Sheridan stepped down following last season, the program didn't have to go very far to find his replacement.  For the past six years, Maureen Hammond -- Sheridan's daughter -- has been by his side as an...
  • Margaret A. "Peggy" MacKenzie, kindergarten teacher

    Margaret A. "Peggy" MacKenzie, kindergarten teacher
    Margaret A. "Peggy" MacKenzie, a longtime Park School educator and administrator, died Saturday of cancer at a daughter's Lutherville home. She was 81. "Peggy was an old hand and an old-timer when I became headmaster in 1976," said F. Parvin Sharpless of...
  • Coachspeak: Atholton football's Kyle Schmitt

    Coachspeak: Atholton football's Kyle Schmitt
    In each of his three years as the Atholton football coach, Kyle Schmitt has led the Raiders to the playoffs. After graduating 19 players from last season’s 10-2 team, the Raiders don’t have the same level of experience, but they’ve...
  • Coachspeak with Milford Mill boys basketball's Mike Silverman

    Coachspeak with Milford Mill boys basketball's Mike Silverman
    After spending the previous five seasons as the school's junior varsity coach and varsity assistant under former coach Albert Holley, Silverman is excited about the prospects of maintaining the program's lofty standard on and off the basketball court in...
  • 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. “...