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Yale goalie Eric Natale doesn't want his dream to become a nightmare. During most of his childhood days while playing for the Gamber recreation program in Westminster, he dreamed of playing in a NCAA Division I tournament game against one of the top...
At an investment conference last week, Harvard historian Niall Ferguson created a huge mess for himself. He glibly speculated that maybe because economist John Maynard Keynes was a childless, "effete" homosexual, he embraced a doctrine that favored...
With all three seats open in District 12 of the Maryland House of Delegates, candidates are starting to come forward for the 2014 election. Del. Elizabeth Bobo, who represents Howard County in District 12B, announced her retirement in September 2012....
Mark D. Sokolik, a corporate lawyer remembered as a fitness and music enthusiast, died last week after complications from a fall. He was 30. A former Hunt Valley resident who attended Loyola Blakefield in Towson, Mr. Sokolik went on to graduate from the...
The City of Aberdeen's Ethics Commission and city Mayor Mike Bennett are getting ready for a May 17 court hearing over the commission's November 2011 "admonishment" of Bennett's trip to Augusta, Ga., taken at the behest of Ripken Baseball. City lawyer...
Tags: Values, Local Government, ShopRite, Mike Bennett, Lawyers
The salary for any future mayors of Aberdeen would be more than doubled and the salary for city council members nearly doubled, if a bill introduced by the city council Monday night is approved. The mayor would get a salary of $24,000 instead of the...
President Barack Obama awarded Navy's football team with the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy on Thursday afternoon in the East Room at the White House. Here are the president's remarks: Hello, everybody. (Applause.) Hello. Please, everybody have a seat. ...
In March, 2012, Cody Sharkey was nearing the pinnacle of his wrestling career. Then a junior at Winters Mill High School, Sharkey was just three wins from a wrestling state championship. But a torn meniscus in his left knee forced Sharkey to default in...
Tags: Wrestling, Schools, Values, Students, Engineering
When the "Arab Spring" erupted, the cry of demonstrators to their rulers was Irhal ("get out"). And now, in Cairo, Tunis and elsewhere, we again hear cry of Irhal, directed at the new leaders of what increasingly seem like the old systems,...
Former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold was led out of a courtroom Thursday with his wrists handcuffed behind his back and his head lowered, bound for the county jail after being sentenced for his misconduct in office conviction and...
A Baltimore County Council member has withdrawn a controversial bill that sought to bar protests near public and private schools in the county — a measure that drew wide criticism from organizations including the American Civil Liberties Union,...
Two months after winning the Super Bowl, the Ravens are in position to have a good draft and make another serious run at a championship. Even though there was a mass exodus of players in free agency, which began last month, the Ravens have made solid...
Tags: NFL Draft, Values, Super Bowl, Terrell Suggs, Paul Kruger
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