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  • Common sense not so common [Editorial]

    In dismissing an Aberdeen Ethics Commission ruling against Mayor Mike Bennett, Harford County Circuit Court Judge Stephen M. Waldron called the ruling that the mayor had acted improperly when he visited Augusta, Ga., in 2011 to promote the IronBirds minor...
  • GOP's Harris takes on health care policy

    GOP's Harris takes on health care policy
    Three years after touting his medical background as he campaigned for Congress, Rep. Andy Harris is emerging as a top spokesman in opposition to Obamacare — and taking on other health policy issues as well. For Harris, a Baltimore County...
  • PETA attacks animal research for sexual health issues

    PETA attacks animal research for sexual health issues
    Animal advocacy group PETA called Tuesday on the National Institutes of Health to stop animal experiments related to sexual health, including Johns Hopkins studies of erectile dysfunction using rodents. In a letter to the NIH director, People for the...
  • Centennial's Nalubola nabs postseason trifecta during stellar junior cross country season

    Centennial's Nalubola nabs postseason trifecta during stellar junior cross country season
    As a freshman, Shreya Nalubola was barely on the radar for Centennial cross country coaches as a viable varsity option. The ability was there, and so was the work ethic. Knowing she had the potential to be great, Nalubola decided it was time to start...
  • Md.'s ruinous welfare-state mentality [Letter]

    Md.'s ruinous welfare-state mentality [Letter]
    Democratic gubernatorial candidates Helen Mizeur, Anthony Brown and Doug Gansler are now campaigning in our neighborhoods. I thank them for their service to Maryland and the country even though they do not see things the way I do. However, I do...
  • Eugene Monroe is giving the Ravens steady contributions on the offensive line

    Eugene Monroe is giving the Ravens steady contributions on the offensive line
    Growing up in Plainfield, N.J., Ravens left offensive tackle Eugene Monroe would rise at dawn whenever his father was heading out for his latest contractor job. As the youngest of 10 brothers and five sisters, Monroe quickly became accustomed to the...
  • Dance has consulting job with company doing business with schools

    Dance has consulting job with company doing business with schools
    Several months after the Baltimore County school system signed an $875,000 contract with a professional development company in Illinois, Superintendent Dallas Dance took a part-time job with that company to coach Chicago school principals. Dance is...
  • Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance

    Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance
    Getting kicked off the Virginia Tech football team could have ended Telvion Clark's career. Instead, he turned it into an opportunity to find success at Towson. After playing a limited role during his freshman and sophomore years, Clark was poised to...
  • Dr. John M. Freeman, neurologist

    Dr. John M. Freeman, neurologist
    Dr. John M. Freeman, an internationally renowned Johns Hopkins pediatric neurologist and expert in pediatric epilepsy who had also been a medical ethicist, died Friday of cardiovascular disease at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. The longtime Ruxton resident...
  • Lockheed Martin ends support of Boy Scouts over ban on gay leaders

    Lockheed Martin ends support of Boy Scouts over ban on gay leaders
    The Boy Scouts of America's ban on gay leaders is losing the organization more money -- this time from Maryland. This week, Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin, one of the largest private employers in the state, announced it will no longer provide...
  • A 'NewsHour' filled with reruns and PBS promotion -- not so much the news

    A 'NewsHour' filled with reruns and PBS promotion -- not so much the news
    Earlier this year, I wrote about PBS "NewsHour" losing almost half its audience the last eight years and now averaging under a million viewers a night. I attributed that in part to the program not actually reporting news as much as talking to reporters...
  • Varsity Q&A with Archbishop Spalding wrestler Jacob Parker

    Varsity Q&A with Archbishop Spalding wrestler Jacob Parker
    Archbishop Spalding junior Jacob Parker is a true three-sport athlete and an old-school gamer. When asked which sport he most enjoys playing — football, wrestling or lacrosse — Parker says: "Whatever the season is." Right now, he's on...