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  • Golf club-wielding woman who attacked Columbia dog walker charged

    Golf club-wielding woman who attacked Columbia dog walker charged
    A man walking his dog in the Harper's Choice community of Columbia was assaulted by a woman with a golf club, which led to the man pepper spraying the woman, Howard County police said Thursday. Jaconda Wagner, 46, of the 5400 block of Harpers Farm Road,...
  • Key School wins court battle to use golf course for athletic fields

    Key School wins court battle to use golf course for athletic fields
    An Anne Arundel County judge handed the Key School a victory Tuesday, allowing the 55-year-old Annapolis private school to go ahead with plans to turn the 70-acre Annapolis Golf Club into an outdoor campus for athletics. A request by residents of the...
  • Key School in Annapolis finalizes golf course purchase

    Key School in Annapolis finalizes golf course purchase
    The private Key School in Annapolis announced Wednesday that it finalized the purchase of Annapolis Golf Club – a deal that was unsuccessfully challenged by golf course neighbors. The school, located in the Hillsmere community, plans to use the...
  • AMC 2nd Annual Golf Classic Raises $6,300 for Cancer Research [letter]

    Editor: After a line of thunderstorms, skies cleared May 10 for 71 golfers to enjoy a round of golf at Ruggles Golf Course on Aberdeen Proving Ground. Players received an embroidered AMC golf towel and goodie bag before taking to the links for a...
  • Cesky golf fundraiser a success [Letter]

    Editor: Since the first awards were given in 1986, the Al Cesky Scholarship Fund Inc. has honored some of the finest graduating high school scholar-athletes from secondary schools in Harford County. This scholarship fund was established by former...
  • Golf and IronBirds, a winning combination [Commentary]

    Golf and IronBirds, a winning combination [Commentary]
    It didn't take long for the high school sports season to get off and rolling on a very strong note. I know, some of you are wondering what I'm talking about, since high school sports are still eight days or so away from getting started. Well, tell the...
  • Returning county golfers swinging for repeat

    Returning county golfers swinging for repeat
    Howard County golf has officially arrived. Last fall, just eight years removed from shedding the club label and becoming an official varsity sport, county golf teams and individuals combined to win an unprecedented three state championships. Marriotts...
  • Woman accused in attack of dog walker files charges

    Woman accused in attack of dog walker files charges
    The Columbia woman charged by Howard County police with assault and animal cruelty for allegedly swinging a golf club at a dog walker in Harper's Choice has filed charges against the victim, who pepper sprayed her during the incident, according to court...
  • Developer's $100 million-plus campus plan could sink Maryland golf course

    Developer's $100 million-plus campus plan could sink Maryland golf course
    — A prominent developer has met with Maryland President Wallace D. Loh to gauge interest in a proposal costing more than $100million to add a large, mixed-use development on land now occupied by the school's golf course and to provide a direct...
  • Large campus development 'concept' generates early buzz

    Large campus development 'concept' generates early buzz
    I wrote a story for today’s paper on a proposal for a large development on what is now part of the University of Maryland’s golf course. The proposal is just a “concept,” the principals say. As now constituted, it would include a...
  • Attorney for Dez Wells says lawsuit will help Terps wing 'reclaim what he's lost'

    Attorney for Dez Wells says lawsuit will help Terps wing 'reclaim what he's lost'
    New York attorney Peter Ginsberg has represented several high-profile professional athletes — such as NFL stars Michael Irvin and Jonathan Vilma, as well as PGA Tour player Vijay Singh — in defamation lawsuits. But he has also taken on cases...
  • Tyler Newton goes low as Bel Air opens golf season with win

    The 2013 high school golf season got started Thursday and it didn't take long for the low scores to hit the cards. At Winters Run Golf Course, Bel Air's Tyler Newton shot a four-under par round of 32 on the front nine to lead the Bobcats to a season...