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  • Towson wrestling focuses on individual success

    Towson wrestling focuses on individual success
    Mediocrity turned out to have a positive influence on the Towson High wrestling team last season when the Generals posted a 7-7 dual-meet record. It was Towson's second-best mark in six years under coach Phil Simmonds and assistant Anthony Conty....
  • Kilcarr pins lead Reservoir wrestling past South River, 37-31

    Dec. 13-14 tournaments Oakdale Joppatowne Bauerlein North County Reservoir 37, South River 31 (Dec. 14) 145: M. Kilcarr (RV) pinned Putnam, 1:57 152: Puccinelli (SR) dec. Wicklein, 7-3 160: Peters (SR) dec. Quattrone, 4-2 170: Hoover (SR)...
  • Head Start saved my family [Commentary]

    Head Start saved my family  [Commentary]
    Picture a young, newly divorced mom in the early 1970s, with three young children and hopes and dreams, trying desperately to make it on her own but finding life impossible. Imagine not having enough money to buy food for your children, or to afford to...
  • Traffic: Heavy volume expected in Annapolis for Military Bowl

    Traffic: Heavy volume expected in Annapolis for Military Bowl
    The Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting that a multi-vehicle accident on southbound I-95 in Harford County prior to Churchville Road this morning has been cleared. Elsewhere, there's roadwork being conducted on I-95 just prior to the...
  • Head Start is about more than students' test scores [Letter]

    Head Start is about more than students' test scores [Letter]
    Edie Manney's thoughtful op-ed on Head Start ("Head Start helps children and parents," Dec.25) should be mandatory reading for all legislators and think tank gurus. Too many policymakers and social science researchers look at Head Start as only an...
  • Bel Air wrestles to 42-21 win over Patterson Mill

    Bel Air clinched its sixth straight UCBAC Chesapeake Division wrestling title Friday night, knocking off visiting Patterson Mill, 42-21. The Bobcats won nine bouts, including the night's feature match at 220-pounds, between Bel Air's Cyler Crawford and...
  • High school wrestling regionals and state championship postponed by expected snow

    High school wrestling regionals and state championship postponed by expected snow
    With somewhere between seven inches and a foot of snow expected to litter Central Maryland by the time a winter storm runs its course Thursday evening, officials have preemptively postponed some regional wrestling matches and the state dual meet...
  • Varsity roundup: Sherrod lifts New Town boys over Owings Mills, 50-48

    Kenny Sherrod made two free throws in the closing 52 seconds as No. 7 New Town rallied in the second half to beat host Owings Mills, 50-48, Wednesday night. Koran Ford had a game-high 20 points for the Eagles (9-9). The Eagles led 23-20 at the half...
  • Western Tech track standouts primed for strong postseason

    Western Tech track standouts primed for strong postseason
    If Boonsboro High’s girls track team hadn't gotten in the way, Western Tech would have won a pair of Class 1A state championships during the 2013 indoor and outdoor track seasons. Indoors, the Wolverines scored 94 points at the state meet, but...
  • Second 'emergency room thriller' for doctor

    Second 'emergency room thriller' for doctor
    Dr. D. Bruce Foster's book, "This Way To Paradise," was released Dec. 9. The book is the second novel featuring Dr. Alex Randolph, who is also the protagonist in Foster's first novel, "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye," published in 2011. Foster, a 1963 graduate...
  • Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister

    Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister
    The Rev. William W. Trumbore, a retired Episcopal minister who enjoyed working with young people, died Monday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 81. The son of Clarke Trumbore, an Episcopal minister, and...
  • Pikesville girls use late surge to capture indoor state championship meet

    LANDOVER — The Pikesville and Western Tech girls each created their own bits of history at Monday's indoor track state championship meet. Pikesville scored 18 points in the final two events to edge out Manchester Valley and capture its first Class...