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  • Fourth of July tradition continues at swim club

    Fourth of July at the West Arundel Swim Club became a tradition of family fun for many families over the past 47 years, and Monday was no exception. The beautiful day found more than 400 members and guests enjoying the pool, and many games and activities...
  • Former McDonogh tennis star Sidney set to bring his passion to Cornell

    Former McDonogh tennis star Sidney set to bring his passion to Cornell
    Match point. Say those two words to McDonogh's recently graduated tennis standout Alex Sidney and his eyes light up and a smile quickly takes over the rest of his face. The two words answer many questions. Why do you train almost every summer day...
  • Championship Weekend on tap for Cal Ripken World Series

    Championship Weekend on tap for Cal Ripken World Series
    With pool play wrapped up Wednesday and a day off Thursday for all teams, the schedule for Championship Weekend at the 2011 Cal Ripken World Series is set. Eight teams, four foreign and four from the United States, will begin their respective drives...
  • Clifton Park, N.Y., and Lexington, Ky., move out of National Division pool play with Wednesday victories

    Four National Division teams at the Cal Ripken World Series went into the last day of pool play with matching 2-1 records, knowing that a victory would earn them a spot in the tournament's elimination rounds, and a loss would mean a ticket home, and...
  • Ripken Series headed to final weekend

    Ripken Series headed to final weekend
    The Cal Ripken World Series semifinals are set for both the International and United States after pool play in all three series divisions was concluded on Wednesday at the Ripken Baseball Academy. Japan (5-0) claimed the top spot in the International...
  • Local residents earn plenty of ribbons at Howard County Fair

    The annual Howard County Fair has now been over for a couple weeks — the rides broken down and moved to some other fair, the animals taken back to their own barns and pens cleaned out, indoor entries picked up and the many ribbons earned on...
  • Dominican pitcher no-hits Mexico in Ripken World Series; Japan also advances to International final

    Dominican pitcher no-hits Mexico in Ripken World Series; Japan also advances to International final
    - In one of the all-time classic pitching performances seen at the Cal Ripken World Series, the Dominican Republic's Leudy Santana struck out 14 batters en route to no-hitter in a 1-0 victory over Mexico in Friday's International semifinal match-up at Cal...
  • Orphans from Colombia seek adoptive homes in Columbia

    Orphans from Colombia seek adoptive homes in Columbia
    Rita Allan is a biology teacher in the Howard County school system and was a biologist for 20 years before that, so when she learned that the Colombian boy who would be visiting her family likes science and nature, she took special note of their shared...
  • Bar review: Wild Willy's doesn't live up to its name

    Bar review: Wild Willy's doesn't live up to its name
    When Wild Willy's Rock House & Sports Saloon opened in Annapolis last year, it promised to be the wildest party in town. In the promo pictures, waitresses wore microscopic tops and jean shorts, holding on to pool cues and flashing come-hither looks....
  • Ravens bar of the week: The Ottobar

    Ravens bar of the week: The Ottobar
    The Ottobar in Charles Village is well-known for its live music. Jimmy Eat World, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists and Baltimore's Lower Dens have all played there; electronic musician Dan Deacon, psychedelic band Celebration and duo Wye Oak have announced...
  • Maryland run over in 28-17 loss to Boston College

    Maryland run over in 28-17 loss to Boston College
    It's hard to know which would have been the more long-shot prediction at the beginning of the football season: that it would snow in October or that Maryland would be dismantled at home by a 1-6 Boston College team looking for its first conference...
  • History Matters: Mid-summer dance exceeded expectations of beauty

    100 Years Ago Dusty dating scene In the county social notices: "Mr. David Oland and brother of Brookeville spent several days in Frederick last week. Mrs. Perry Ensey and Miss Mary Stewart of Unity, were the guests of friends in Baltimore this week....