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  • Seventh-graders dissect squid at Arbutus Middle

    Seventh-graders dissect squid at Arbutus Middle
    Seventh graders at Arbutus Middle School experienced anatomy hands-on in science class last week as part of an outreach program offered by the National Aquarium of Baltimore City. Students in Lisa Stover's seventh-grade science class dissected...
  • Students sign up to learn to speak with their hands at Catonsville elementary school

    Students sign up to learn to speak with their hands at Catonsville elementary school
    Seven children throw their hands up in the air, suppressing the urge to speak in order to gain the attention of Tessa Ropp, their sign language teacher. Every few minutes, a soft giggle can be heard. Otherwise, the classroom at Westchester...
  • High school sports polls for March 25, 2014

    High school sports polls for March 25, 2014
    Boys lacrosse ++++++++++++++++++++ || No. School || Record || Prev.  || || Boys' Latin || 3-0 || 1 || || McDonogh || 5-0 || 5 || || Gilman || 2-0 || 3 || || St. Paul's || 2-2 || 2 || || Calvert Hall || 6-0 || 6 || || Loyola || 2-2 || 4 || ||...
  • College students spend alternative spring break in Baltimore

    College students spend alternative spring break in Baltimore
    After a busy first semester last year at Boston University, Hayley Spivey was eager to head home to Florida for spring break. Yet while the theater arts major enjoyed the sun and fun, she also found herself slightly bored. "It was nice seeing my...
  • Prize chicks perish as fire destroys heated shelter in 1914

    An article in the March 28, 1914, edition of The Argus reported the loss of a farmer's flock after a fire. A brooder containing 120 prize white Wyandotte chickens four weeks old burned Sunday night at the home of Claude B. Doing, at Lansdowne. The...
  • School board decisions shouldn't be driven by the political winds [Letter]

    School board decisions shouldn't be driven by the political winds [Letter]
    An elected Baltimore County school board has been a hot issue for decades, and The Sun has opted to support a partially elected board ("Balto. Co. should have a hybrid school board," March 17). Your rationale is that "the desire for elected members on...
  • Leo Bretholz's leap of faith [Letter]

    Leo Bretholz's leap of faith [Letter]
    Leo Bretholz was easily one of the finest human beings of our time ("Leo Bretholz, Holocaust survivor, dies," March 10). Having lived to be 93, God had certainly granted Leo the gift of years. However, he had accomplished — and was continuing to...
  • Catonsville townhouse destroyed in fire

    Catonsville townhouse destroyed in fire
    A townhouse was destroyed and a volunteer firefighter was injured Thursday night in a fire in the 5800 block of Ivy League Drive near the campus of CCBC Catonsville, according to Baltimore County police. Baltimore County police and fire were...
  • Spring Grove property discussed during political forum in Catonsville

    Spring Grove property discussed during political forum in Catonsville
    The nine candidates running for legislative office stressed community input when asked about the future use of the Spring Grove Hospital Center during an open candidate forum hosted by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce Thursday night. All...
  • O'Malley and Cummings hold minimum wage rally in Catonsville

    O'Malley and Cummings hold minimum wage rally in Catonsville
    A group of more than 50 joined Gov. Martin O'Malley and U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings to rally in support of raising Maryland's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour at Atwater's Naturally Leavened Bread Bakery and Cafe in Catonsville on Thursday afternoon at 1 p.m....
  • Enjoyed reading about Joppatown(e) [letter to the editor]

    I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed your column about the local history of the Joppa Town area last week. I especially hadn't known the part about the once flourishing port that had to be abandoned along with others along the northern bay and...
  • 10 hidden dangers at home

    10 hidden dangers at home
    We like to think of our home as a safe haven where we can rest, unwind and enjoy times with friends and family. But there's danger lurking where you least expect it. More than half a million Marylanders suffered injuries that required hospital...