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  • With session's start, Annapolis again at center of state government, politics

    With session's start, Annapolis again at center of state government, politics
    The 2014 General Assembly session got underway Wednesday, turning Annapolis into the state's center of debate, protest, legislation and proclamation for the next 90 days. Legislators from Anne Arundel County are promoting bills that range from rolling...
  • Telling tales as an art form, and to preserve a precious heritage

    Telling tales as an art form, and to preserve a precious heritage
    As a 5-year-old sitting on his great-grandmother's knee in the 1950s in Philadelphia, Marc Young listened patiently as she whispered in broken English the same two sentences she would come to repeat in a weekly ritual for years. "God gave the Ten...
  • Are the kids soft, or is this the same story for a new generation [Commentary]

    I'm not a hyper-dedicated user of social media sites, but I have a Facebook account, and I check it a few times a day. On Tuesday, when the Harford and Cecil County public school systems decided to close down because of single-digit morning temperatures,...
  • Jon Graham providing an unexpected source of toughness for Terps basketball

    Jon Graham providing an unexpected source of toughness for Terps basketball
    COLLEGE PARK — He wears the same No. 25 jersey worn by his father, a number that hangs from the ceiling of Comcast Center as a reminder of a career that included a record-setting performance 35 years ago. That is where the on-court similarity ends...
  • State women: Geif leads Mids past Army, 75-64

    Navy faced a rival Army squad with the same record and no conference losses Saturday. The host Mids won, 75-64. Kelsey Minato posted a game-high 25points for the Black Knights (11-4, 3-1 Patriot League), and Jade Geif scored a team-high 24 points for...
  • State men: Cormier leads Loyola past Lehigh, 72-68

    Loyola Maryland evened its record in the Patriot League with a 72-68 victory over visiting Lehigh on Saturday at Reitz Arena. The Greyhounds, who won for only the second time in their past eight games, improved to 7-8 overall and 2-2 in the Patriot...
  • Ex-Ravens running back Damien Berry denies putting Super Bowl ring up for sale

    Ex-Ravens running back Damien Berry denies putting Super Bowl ring up for sale
    Former Ravens running back Damien Berry denied putting his Super Bowl XLVII ring up for sale, telling The Baltimore Sun that the pending auction wasn't authorized by him. Berry said a friend put the ring up for sale without his knowledge, selling the...
  • Maryland lawmakers to take up anti-spying measures

    Maryland lawmakers to take up anti-spying measures
    Maryland legislators will consider a package of laws to curb electronic surveillance by police, requiring a search warrant to use drones, email, cellphone towers or license plate readers to track people. Measures sponsored by a bipartisan pair of...
  • Rawlings-Blake says Christie created 'culture of callousness'

    Rawlings-Blake says Christie created 'culture of callousness'
    In her second appearance on "Meet the Press" in two months, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake offered opinions on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and the allegations his staff caused a traffic jam as payback against a mayor who wouldn't endorse him....
  • Ex-Baltimore heavyweight Larry Middleton dead at 71

    Ex-Baltimore heavyweight Larry Middleton dead at 71
    Former Baltimore heavyweight contender Larry Middleton died Thursday at age 71. Middleton won 23 bouts, including 14 by knockout, lost 10 and drew 10 in a career that started in 1965 and ended in 1978. Fighting out of Baltimore-based trainer Mack...
  • Terps forward Mullins wins second MAC Hermann Trophy

    Terps forward Mullins wins second MAC Hermann Trophy
    Patrick Mullins, who helped spark Maryland's run to the NCAA tournament final in December, captured his second straight MAC Hermann Trophy on Friday night. Mullins became the first Terp and seventh player overall to claim back-to-back Hermann honors,...
  • The Sun Remembers: Jan. 12-18

    The Sun Remembers: Jan. 12-18
    Jan. 12, 1985: Harford Community College ends its men's basketball season when nine of the 11 players are declared academically ineligible. "They're students first," athletic director John Haggerty says. "We're concerned about how they are going to feed...