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College Park (Orlando, Florida)

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  • No. 1 Arundel cruises past Bowie into Class 4A volleyball title game

    Last season, Arundel walked in to the State semifinals at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum and stared at the lights and the crowd. The Wildcats were in awe, and they played like it, losing to Montgomery County's Sherwood. What a difference a...
  • Stanley Oppenheim, food salesman

    Stanley Oppenheim, a retired food products salesman, died of diabetic complications Nov. 11 at his Lutherville home. He was 74. Born in Baltimore and raised on East Baltimore Street and on Towanda Avenue, he was a 1956 graduate of Forest Park High...
  • Terps targets head elsewhere: Reader, Kirven, Goldman

    Terps targets head elsewhere: Reader, Kirven, Goldman
    Three Maryland targets made Signing Day announcements, but none ended up pledging to the Terps. The first decision came this morning from Korren Kirven, a four-star defensive tackle who made an official visit to Maryland last month. The Lynchburg, Va.,...
  • Dr. Joseph Vincent Brady, behavioral neuroscientist, dies

    Dr. Joseph Vincent Brady, behavioral neuroscientist, dies
    Joseph Vincent Brady, a nationally and internationally known behavioral neuroscientist, behavioral pharmacologist and space researcher who established the department of behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, died Friday of...
  • Teen cast and crew bring `Into the Woods' to the stage

    Don't miss the STAR (Supporting The Arts in Relay) Summer Theater production of "Into the Woods" Aug. 4, 5, 6 and 7 at the Rice Auditorium on the Spring Grove Hospital Center campus. Dozens of amazing teenagers from 10 local middle and high schools,...
  • InsideMDSports: Point guard Ian Baker, a D.C. native, hearing from Terps

    InsideMDSports: Point guard Ian Baker, a D.C. native, hearing from Terps
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. A native of Washington, D.C., who attended High Point High – just a few miles from College...
  • Stanley Harrison, Mencken scholar

    Stanley Harrison, Mencken scholar
    Stanley Harrison, a communications and writing teacher who edited a scholarly journal about H.L. Mencken, died of cardiac arrest after a stroke April 5 at the home of a friend in Miami Beach, Fla. He was 81 and lived in Florida and Woodbine. Born in East...
  • Upcoming play recounts the history of Lady Day

    Upcoming play recounts the history of Lady Day
    There’s no question, Paul Castaneda noted, that Billie Holiday was one of the most amazing talents ever to grace a stage.  Even today, 55 years after she died on July 17, 1959, Holiday continues to strongly influence Jazz and pop music with her...
  • Father Hamilton saying farewell to a close knit church family

    Father Hamilton saying farewell to a close knit church family
    Looking back over the past 16 years, Father Roger Hamilton noted that he arrived at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in College Park at a unique time. The church members were looking for a new pastor to replace the one who had just retired.  But...
  • Ethnic Grocery Guide showcases diversity

    Ethnic Grocery Guide showcases diversity
    From barbecues to poolside get-togethers, Labor Day weekend is about entertaining. Today at my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish, I am sharing recipes and wine pairings from "Top Chef" judge Gail Simmons. But first, let's have a little dish: Eat global,...
  • RA Bell: Landscaper was devoted to soil and souls

    Until his death at 91 of a heart attack, RA Bell cultivated soil and souls as a self-employed landscaper and a longtime church deacon. His folks gave him two letters, not initials, for a first name, but he was always known as "R.A." not "Ra," like a...
  • Why Downtown Credo coffeehouse is opening on Church Street

    Why Downtown Credo coffeehouse is opening on Church Street
    If you’re wondering why the Church Street Exchange Building is suddenly hip again, just ask Downtown Credo coffeeshop founder Ben Hoyer. He’s planning to open a new location in the Exchange Building this fall, where the opening of the...