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  • Columbia Neighborhood Swim League results

    Columbia Neighborhood Swim League results
    School is not quite out, but the Columbia Neighborhood Swim League season has begun. The first meet was held June 18 and while the outcome of meets was decided early, others went down to the wire. Phelps Luck, 316; Wilde Lake, 304 Medley Relay 15-...
  • Swimming results

      Roger Carter The Roger Carter Seals started their 2011 season with a narrow, 279.5-276.5, loss to the Russett Sharks of Laurel. The Seals won 24 individual events, including triple wins by Naomi Choa and double wins by Zachart Grissom, Shannon...
  • CNSL swimming

    CNSL swimming
    Harper's Choice, 380; Clemens Crossing, 235 Medley Relays 15-18M: 1. HC (Manseur, Boone, Nemsick, Allera), 2:03.09. 9-10M: 1. CC (Kelly, Pisanic, Wells, Adams), 1:18.49. 11-12M: 1. HC (Baldinazzo, Vance, Selnick, Maloney), 2:18.94. 13-14M: 1. HC...
  • Register for Unity Thunder cheerleading and football

    Unity Thunder cheerleading and football program will hold three registration opportunities for ages 5 to 17 in July: Saturdays, July 16 and 23, 10 a.m. to noon at Silver Spring Boys and Girl Club, 1300 Forest Glen Road; and Wednesday, July 20 from 6 to...
  • Laurel's Unity Thunder headed to Sugar Bowl

    The Unity Thunder recreational league cheerleading squad will be traveling south for the bowl season for the second year in a row, this time to New Orleans for the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Beth Perrine, Unity's director of cheerleading and poms, said the...
  • Northeast Baltimore County Newsmakers

    Nicholas Benedict, a resident of Oak Crest retirement community in Parkville, earned a 60-year membership pin for his service with the Freemasons fraternal organization. The pin and certificate were presented to Benedict by Ed Foreman, master of Tuscan...
  • About Barry Johnson

    About Barry Johnson
    Barry E. Johnson is president and chief executive officer of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, South Florida's largest business development organization and among the largest chambers of commerce in the southeastern U.S. He directs a team of more...
  • No charges filed yet against ex-San Gabriel mayor in alleged purse snatching

     
    Former San Gabriel Mayor Albert Y.M. Huang has yet to be charged in an alleged purse-snatching and assault because authorities say they can't find the victim. Patrol officers from the San Gabriel Police Department interviewed the woman at the scene......
  • Ex-fire chief who bilked elderly woman paroled today, still owes her estate

     
    Joliet’s former fire chief, who went to prison in 2007 for bilking more than $212,000 from an elderly woman, is scheduled to be released from …...
  • Orlando MegaCon: Kate Mulgrew, Brent Spiner coming to town

     
    MegaCon bills itself as "the largest comic book, anime, gaming and multimedia event in the Southeast." It will take place Feb. 17–19 at the Orange County Convention Center....
  • Sponsors and exhibitors

    Sponsors: -Bath Fitter -Dunk tank -bathfitter.net -Children’s Home Society -School Supply Drive -chsfla.org -Glaceau/Coca Cola North America -PowerPlay fun area -glaceau.com -Holtz Children’s Hospital -Teddy Bear Clinic -jhsmiami.org -Jackson South...
  • Thousands walk in rain for breast cancer awareness

    Thousands walk in rain for breast cancer awareness
    Despite the damp conditions, thousands gathered in Balboa Park to walk in a popular breast cancer awareness event Sunday morning. Making Strides Against Breast Cancer was a 4K walk through the popular San Diego tourist attraction aimed at raising money...