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  • Girls basketball: Catonsville rides defense, inside game to win over Dulaney

    Girls basketball: Catonsville rides defense, inside game to win over Dulaney
    A few hours before host Catonsville defeated Dulaney, 53-34 on Friday night, Comet coach Mike Mohler called senior Rachel Schwaab the "Cal Ripken of Catonsville basketball." Schwaab was in danger of missing some game action when she sprained her ankle...
  • Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs

    The Orioles announced their minor league coaching staffs for the 2012 season, most notably making official the hiring of longtime minor league manager Ron Johnson as manager of Triple-A Norfolk. Johnson was the first base coach for the Boston Red Sox...
  • Kenneth Allen Maylath, broadcaster

    Kenneth Allen Maylath, broadcaster
    Kenneth Allen Maylath, a veteran Baltimore broadcaster who had been host of "Conference Call" on WFBR-AM and was later news director at WCBM-AM, died Saturday of sepsis at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The longtime Parkville resident was 75. Born and...
  • Harford tourism, room tax room tax advocates trek to Annapolis

    Residents, government officials and business people representing various segments of Harford County's economy filled all the seats in their legislative delegation's meeting room Friday to express their support for Harford tourism and the need to enact a...
  • Kevin Van Valkenburg: A fond farewell to The Sun and its readers

    Kevin Van Valkenburg: A fond farewell to The Sun and its readers
    In the Spring of 2000, I was winding down my senior year at the University of Montana. And though I couldn't put the feeling into words, each day, I wandered around my hometown of Missoula feeling directionless. I had no plans after graduation. I had been...
  • Ripken encouraged by Orioles' offseason moves

    Ripken encouraged by Orioles' offseason moves
    When looking back at last year's Orioles , the one thing that stuck out to Cal Ripken, Jr. was that their pitching was ranked last in the majors. Before the former Orioles great held the eighth annual Cal Ripken Sr. Aspire Gala on Friday night at the...
  • Bonner's marching orders bring him to Cockeysville

    Cockeysville Baptist Church, located on Warren Road, is happy to welcome its new pastor, the Rev. Tim Bonner.  He holds a master of divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, graduating in 1988, and also holds the rank of...
  • Cal Ripken special section

    Cal Ripken special section
  • Talbot County grub and grit

     
    New York Times restaurant critic Sam Sifton fills today's review of a Greenwich Village restaurant with all sorts of Baltimore references, most related to The Wire.He mentions Wire characters Avon Barksdale and Stringer Bell. He ends the review by...
  • A hero's welcome, a new life in fame

    A hero's welcome, a new life in fame
    When Michael Phelps left his mother's house in Rodgers Forge four years ago, he was - despite his six gold medals and his 19 years on Earth - still a boy in almost every sense. Soon he'll return to Baltimore a 23-year-old man. He'll return not to his...
  • What they're saying about the Ravens

    Here's a look at recent media coverage of the Ravens: • A team source told The Baltimore Sun today that the Ravens aren't expected to pursue Terrell Owens. ESPN.com writer James Walker thinks the recently released Dallas Cowboys wide receiver...
  • 25 years later, still a a good Joe

    25 years later, still a a good Joe
    If Opening Day were any indication, the 1983 Orioles were due to be blown away - like the parachutist the club hired to land on the pitcher's mound before the game. Winds whisked him onto the stadium parking lot instead. On the field, Joe Altobelli...