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  • Claude S. Cohen, BGE executive

    Claude S. Cohen, BGE executive
    Claude S. Cohen, former director of real estate for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. and an avid golfer, died Dec. 13 of a heart attack at his Turf Valley home. He was 81. Claude Samuel Cohen, the son of an iceman and a homemaker, was born in Baltimore and...
  • Beer, baseball and Baltimore

    Beer, baseball and Baltimore
    This is a tale about Baltimore beer barons, the owner of the Washington Senators, a silver bullet, and how the Orioles got to Baltimore. Now, with the O's generating a buzz as they fight for first place in the American League East and prepare to meet...
  • Baseball fans meet for diamond dialogue

    Baseball fans meet for diamond dialogue
    Talk baseball with Washington native David Paulson for a few minutes, and his obsessive lifelong fandom pours out in facts, figures and lore. He recalls how he loved the most obscure of Washington Senators players, like outfielder Stan Spence. How he...
  • Season recap: Albert Reid

    Season recap: Albert Reid
    During spring football in 2008, Minoso Rodgers met a mature-beyond-his-years running back named Albert Reid and immediately predicted big things for the eighth-grader. “I loved his build,” said Rodgers, the running backs coach at Friendship...
  • '07's oral report

    "She looked at me with this look, like, 'Mom, are you dumb or what?' She said, 'These are my friends. I want to be with them.'" Deborah McFadden, whose wheelchair athlete daughter, Tatyana, has challenged the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic...
  • In the rough-and-tumble baseball of the 1890s, Baltimore rose to the top with skill and guile

    In the rough-and-tumble baseball of the 1890s, Baltimore rose to the top with skill and guile
    A century ago, Baltimore was a bustling, brawling, blue-collar city of 500,000, teeming with trolleys and privies and chimneys that belched coal smoke. The skyline was beveled by breweries and churches. Cardinal Gibbons and Enoch Pratt were people, not...
  • Ducks sign free agent Dany Heatley

    The Ducks reached into the free-agent pool Wednesday and acquired much-traveled winger Dany Heatley, attempting to add some experience after losing Teemu Selanne and Saku Koivu. Selanne retired after this past season and the Ducks parted ways with...
  • NHL roundup: Sharks secure deals with Wingels, Sheppard

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Sharks secure deals with Wingels, Sheppard The San Jose Sharks signed restricted free-agent forward Tommy Wingels to a three-year contract and re-signed forward James Sheppard to a one-year deal on Tuesday. Financial...
  • D Grant re-signs with Senators

    The Sports Xchange D Grant re-signs with Senators The Ottawa Senators re-signed defenseman Alex Grant to a one-year, two-way contract on Tuesday. The 25-year-old Grant was acquired from the Ducks in exchange for forward Andre Petersson on March 5 and...
  • NHL roundup: Oilers sign D Petry

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Oilers sign D Petry The Edmonton Oilers agreed to terms with defenseman Jeff Petry on a one-year contract, the team announced Monday. Financial terms were not disclosed, but Hockey Night in Canada reported Petry will...
  • Predators' Fisher out 4-6 months after foot surgery

    The Sports Xchange Predators' Fisher out 4-6 months after foot surgery The Nashville Predators could be without center Mike Fisher until the middle of the upcoming season due to a foot injury. The team announced Monday that Fisher ruptured an...
  • Spezza says he's a Star for a reason

    DALLAS Jason Spezza knows a thing or two about pressure. The 31-year-old center was interviewed as a star of tomorrow by ESPN The Magazine at age 15. His decision on his junior team made him a hated man in his hometown of Mississauga, Ontario. And he has...