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  • Gaiman, Kinsella, Koontz among releases to look forward to

    Gaiman, Kinsella, Koontz among releases to look forward to
    It's not too early to start compiling your summer reading list. Here are some recommendations, courtesy of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, with publication dates. Fiction Sophie Kinsella, "Wedding Night": An unlikely romance involves a pair desperate to...
  • HCC student wins leadership, sportsmanship award

    Harford Community College student Brandon Wolf was named the 2013 Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award winner by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. As a national award winner, Wolf has been invited to attend a special recognition ceremony...
  • WJZ cuts away from U.S. Open finals for its Ravens pre-game show

    WJZ cuts away from U.S. Open finals for its Ravens pre-game show
    WJZ-TV, which angered many fans in May when it cut away from a dramatic 17th inning win by the Baltimore Orioles to go to "60 Minutes," found itself in the same kind of programming crunch Monday. The CBS-owned station cut away from the men's finals of...
  • Phelps finishes sixth in 200 free at Charlotte UltraSwim

    Swimming Phelps is sixth in 200 free at Charlotte UltraSwim In a field loaded with six Olympians, Michael Phelps of Fells Point came in sixth in the 200-meter freestyle final Friday at the Charlotte UltraSwim in Charlotte, N.C. Ryan Lochte was in...
  • Someone who understood

    Someone who understood
    I looked up from my notebook to see the concerned face of Pam Shriver, someone I had been covering since she was a 15-year-old at McDonogh. She had helped me find my way around while covering Wimbledon, the French Open, the U.S. Open and more, as she rose...
  • Ellicott City native Capra will have busy summer before heading to Duke

    Ellicott City native Capra will have busy summer before heading to Duke
    For Beatrice Capra, reaching the third round of last year's U.S. Open seemed less like a fairytale and more like a wakeup call. While the amateur tennis player from Ellicott City had a chance to showcase her talent at the Grand Slam tournament, it also...
  • Fish heads field for Legg Mason Tennis Classic

    American Mardy Fish shouldn't find Washington's Legg Mason Tennis Classic quite as lonesome as Wimbledon's second week is apt to be. The sole American man to advance to Wimbledon's round of 16, Fish will lead a strong contingent of countrymen into...
  • Has Federer won his last Grand Slam title?

    Invincible no more Diane Pucin Los Angeles Times Roger Federer won't win another major title. There is always going to be a Jo-Wilfried Tsonga now, someone younger, who is a bigger hitter and fearless. Federer will have to be content with his 16...
  • Tennis: Damrongsri tunes up for college career

    Tennis: Damrongsri tunes up for college career
    For recent Mt. Hebron High School grad Van Damrongsri, Senior Week in Ocean City was a very welcome and very different experience. For several days in a row, Damrongsri — who is accustomed to spending more than 20 hours per week on a tennis court...
  • Junior Tennis Champions Center at College Park 'one of the best'

    Junior Tennis Champions Center at College Park 'one of the best'
    The Junior Tennis Champions Center at College Park aims to offer the young athletes it trains a chance to become just that — champions. While by definition it's a regional training center, Patrick McEnroe, general manager of player development...
  • Funding scarce for Troy Park Tennis Center

    The future of the Troy Park Tennis Center, envisioned as Maryland's largest tennis facility, has grown murky as advocates continue to search for hard-to-find funding five years after the $44 million undertaking was first proposed. The 8,000-seat tennis...
  • Liquor board chairman Fogleman moonlights as tennis reporter

    Liquor board chairman Fogleman moonlights as tennis reporter
    City liquor board Chairman Steve Fogleman has a new sideline, as a tennis reporter. Fogleman, who avidly tweets about liquor board business under the handle BaltoBeerBaron, started a new Twitter feed this month under the name Tennis Maryland. Fogleman...