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  • A pastor calls for prayer, faith

    Members of Colonial Baptist Church, one of the largest congregations in Randallstown, gathered on a beautiful Sunday morning yesterday to give thanks on Mother's Day. But the hymns, the prayers, the sermon, the benediction, even the church announcements...
  • Teen suspect surrenders in school attack

    A second suspect in Friday's shootings outside Randallstown High School surrendered to police yesterday, but two others remained at large as school officials prepared for the resumption of classes this morning. Matthew McCullough, 17, a student at the...
  • Third, fourth suspects are arrested

    As Randallstown High School students returned to class yesterday for the first time since gunfire left four of their classmates wounded, police arrested the final two suspects and found a handgun they believe was used in the shooting. Authorities also...
  • Randallstown High strives for normality

    Randallstown High School Principal Thomas Evans began the day yesterday with a somber 7 a.m. faculty meeting. A half-hour later, he stood in the lobby welcoming students back to school, putting his arm around a girl who needed a hug. He appeared on...
  • 2 shooting suspects held without bail

    The man accused of driving the getaway car in the shootings that left four Randallstown students injured was denied bail yesterday, while another man accused of firing shots waived his right to a bail-review hearing. A Baltimore County District judge...
  • Prayer vigil to be held in wake of shooting at Randallstown High

    One Randallstown High School parent wants to use the school parking lot, the site of a quadruple shooting, as the site of a prayer vigil tonight. Eleanora Franklin, whose son is a senior football player at the school, said she organized the prayer...
  • League increases steroid testing

    The NFL is tripling the number of offseason steroid tests each player can face, part of several changes to the league's drug policy that officials will tell members of Congress about today. Players now will be subject to a maximum of six random drug...
  • Game 19: On to Tampa

    Game 19: On to Tampa
    With 16 seconds left in the biggest game of his life, quarterback Trent Dilfer embraced right guard Mike Flynn and let his emotions flow. There were tears in his eyes, cameras in his face and joy in his heart.After years of hard knocks and dry runs,...
  • Game 11: Tie leaves Ravens at a loss

    The only things possibly left to play for now are pride, draft position and the head coach's job. The Ravens' playoff hopes were left hanging in the wind with Philadelphia kicker Chris Boniol's waffling, 40-yard field-goal attempt at the end of overtime...
  • The Rev. William Thomas: Make sure you're aiming at the right target

    What do you want out of life? What are you aiming to accomplish? What do you have your sights set on? Success? Wealth? Power? A beautiful home? A luxury car? A perfect family? Matt Emmons had the gold medal in reach. He was one shot away from claiming...
  • Pro Football HOF: Difficult decision in desert

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange Pro Football HOF: Difficult decision in desert On the last day of next January, there will be a Decision in the Desert that undoubtedly will be more criticized than credited when the Pro Football...
  • Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview

    Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview
    A colorful and creative season of performances, exhibits and events for young and older has begun in the Lehigh Valley. It's a season of premieres and anniversaries. A season of classics and cutting edge works. A season of reflection and a season of fun....