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In the hopes of eventually applying its arts initiative throughout the school system, Anne Arundel County has hired what officials say is one of the first arts integration specialists in the state. The approach, which applies arts-related teaching to all...
Rec sports The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Mondays. We prefer email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be...
One day recently, Hilltop Elementary School Principal Louise DeJesu noticed that a student's shoes were coming apart. She summoned her secretary to measure the child's feet, then provided the money for a new pair. Before sending a suspended student home,...
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Today marks the eighth anniversary of Isabel’s 2003 landfall near Morehead City, N.C. It was a Cat. 2 hurricane at landfall, and weakened as it drove inland toward Western Maryland. The 2.13 inches of rain on the......
Dining@LargeThis is a shot of the recently redone interior of the McDonald's of Lake Shore in Pasadena. There's a wider shot here.This is the second time owners Barbara and Bob Houck have hired Steve Appel of Whitehead & Appel Interior......
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Sun reportersA soldier who grew up in Fallston was killed in Iraq this week when the Humvee he was commanding was struck by a roadside bomb north of Baghdad, according to the Kentucky National Guard. Staff Sgt. William A. Allers III, 28, had been in Iraq for nearly a...
Tags: Iraq, Armed Conflicts, Maryland, Family, Vehicles
Sun StaffThe train fire in the Howard Street Tunnel was terrible for Baltimore, the CSX railroad and the Orioles. But for an elite group of companies it meant big business. Almost from the moment thick, black smoke began billowing from the tunnel Wednesday...
Some areas would get expanded bus service, while others would see their routes eliminated under the Maryland Transit Administration's proposed overhaul of the Baltimore-area bus system. Here are some of the proposed changes: Expanded Fells Point-Canton:...
The Maryland Transit Administration's No. 64 bus starts at North Avenue, rolls through downtown and South Baltimore and down to Curtis Bay. For most of that stretch, it carries an average of more than 5,000 riders each weekday with a relatively modest...
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The following is a list of priests and brothers who have served in the Archdiocese Of Baltimore and have been accused of child sexual abuse, according to church officials. The list includes some men who have admitted abusing children, as well as some who...
Special to The SunWhen Joyce VerHoef and her husband moved to Maryland from California two years ago, they ended up living in Pasadena completely by accident. "When we first moved here, we had three days to find a place to live," VerHoef said. "And you know how fate...
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