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  • Kindergarten teacher embraced changes over 43-year career at Norwood

    Kindergarten teacher embraced changes over 43-year career at Norwood
    Eleanor Saulsbury's entry into teaching did not bode well for a long, successful career. When she graduated from what is now Coppin State University in 1968, she had asked to be placed at Norwood Elementary in Baltimore County because it was close to her...
  • South River coaches get lesson on positive coaching

    When Leslee Brady first heard about the Positive Coaching Alliance, she felt right at home with the program's philosophy. In nearly 20 years as the field hockey coach at Archbishop Spalding, Brady has never been a perfection-demanding, clipboard-...
  • Tips for choosing outdoor lighting

    Tips for choosing outdoor lighting
    Sometimes, shedding new light on a situation is all that's needed to completely change your outlook. This can be true of life, a job or, for that matter, a front porch. Pop-psychology and self-help books often recommend not getting bogged down in...
  • Owings Mills Times Head of the Class

    Jennifer Frank, of Reisterstown, daughter of Timothy and Jamie Frank, and a graduate of Garrison Forest School, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Bucknell University. Stephen Wilkes, a 13-year-old eighth-grade student at...
  • Lisa J. Heiser, Hopkins vice dean for faculty development, dies

    Lisa J. Heiser, Hopkins vice dean for faculty development, dies
    Lisa J. Heiser, vice dean for faculty development and equity at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an author, died Monday of leukemia at her Annapolis residence. She was 56. "She has left an indelible mark on Johns Hopkins and its...
  • William F. Weinstein, psychology professor, dies

    William F. Weinstein, psychology professor, dies
    William F. Weinstein, a retired psychology professor who was on the faculty of Catonsville Community College for more than three decades, died Sunday of heart and kidney disease at Transitions Health Care in Sykesville. He was 75. William Frederick...
  • Five for Friday: Five reasons for Orioles optimism in 2011

    Five for Friday: Five reasons for Orioles optimism in 2011
    The Orioles have given Baltimore 13 straight seasons of losing baseball, a streak that would make them the laughingstock of the major leagues if not for that train wreck of an organization in Pittsburgh. There still has been plenty of giggling at the...
  • Daniel Bongino: Running to restore government to its proper size

    Daniel Bongino: Running to restore government to its proper size
    Two weeks ago, I announced my candidacy for the United States Senate. I have been a Maryland resident for nearly a decade and call Severna Park my home. My daughter was born here, my first and only home was purchased here and my wife and I will never...
  • Five for Friday: Five reasons to be pessimistic about the Orioles

    Five for Friday: Five reasons to be pessimistic about the Orioles
    In last week’s Five for Friday post, I half-filled my coffee mug with orange Kool-Aid, listing five reasons to be optimistic about the Orioles finally breaking the .500 mark in 2011. But today, my mug is half-empty, and the sweet taste of winning...
  • O's Q&A with Keith Law: 'Clearly the worst team' in AL East

    O's Q&A with Keith Law: 'Clearly the worst team' in AL East
    Keith Law, the lead baseball writer for ESPN's Scouts Inc., has been critical of the Orioles' offseason moves, so I thought my readers might want to see what he had to say about the additions of Vladimir Guerrero and J.J. Hardy, the Matt Wieters debate...
  • Orioles optimism on Opening Day is not just a fleeting feeling

    Orioles optimism on Opening Day is not just a fleeting feeling
    The wait is over. Six months ago, Buck Showalter’s Orioles ended the 2010 season on a tear that left us asking fellow bird watchers on neighboring bar stools and office chairs, “Where has that been all these years?” The anticipation...
  • William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies

    William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies
    William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved. Mr. Schaefer was 89....