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  • $40M Pikesville High School renovation set to begin in July

    $40M Pikesville High School renovation set to begin in July
    Two years from now, Pikesville High School will look completely different. The exterior will be sleek and modern. The interior will be compact and modern. At a cost of $40 million to $45 million, the long-awaited and much-discussed renovation of the...
  • If the speed limit is 70, how fast will people really drive? [Letter]

    If the speed limit is 70, how fast will people really drive? [Letter]
    Making the speed limit on some highways 70 mph is going to cause a lot of accidents because some people will try to drive faster ("Sixty-five (still) saves lives," March 4). Half these people don't pay attention to were they are going anyway. I still...
  • Tuesday school closings force more girls basketball postponements

    Tuesday school closings force more girls basketball postponements
    Monday's snowfall left icy roads in its wake for Tuesday morning, so schools in Anne Arundel, Carroll and Howard counties closed forcing more postponements in the girls basketball playoffs. All girls sectional semifinals were scheduled for Tuesday and...
  • Two injured after three-alarm apartment fire in Pikesville

    Two injured after three-alarm apartment fire in Pikesville
    A three-alarm fire broke out in a garden apartment complex in Pikesville early Thursday morning, sending two people to the hospital with minor injuries, Baltimore County fire officials said. Several people were inside their homes as the fire was...
  • At least one principal in Baltimore County will put controls on AP classes amid schedule changes

    At least one principal in Baltimore County will put controls on AP classes amid schedule changes
    With more than 60 percent of Dulaney High's seniors taking tough college-level Advanced Placement classes, their principal has fewer worries about achievement than most administrators. Instead, she worries about students taking too many difficult...
  • Wedded: Theresa Kouo and David Crowther

    Wedded: Theresa Kouo and David Crowther
    Date: Oct. 26 Her story: Theresa "TC" Kouo, 37, grew up in Guilderland, N.Y., a suburb of Albany. After completing a radiology residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center and neuroradiology fellowship at University of California, Los Angeles,...
  • Western Tech, Catonsville track benefit from snowstorm

    Western Tech, Catonsville track benefit from snowstorm
    Perhaps something can be said for snowstorms before big track meets. Judging by some of the performances by several Catonsville-area athletes, having five days off before the Baltimore County track and field championships Jan. 23 at the Maryland...
  • The end of Loehmann's [Commentary]

    The end of Loehmann's  [Commentary]
    Early this month, I shopped at Loehmann's for the last time. The national off-price, fashion retailer chain was bankrupt and liquidating. As a kind of monument to local fashion history and my own past, the Timonium store beckoned me from Pennsylvania...
  • No reparations, no business [Commentary]

    No reparations, no business [Commentary]
    While it was many years ago, the horrific injustices I experienced during the Holocaust are seared in my brain. I can still recall in explicit detail the atrocities I saw as I was placed in a cattle car bound for a Nazi death camp and as I watched...
  • Howard Co. takes first step in Long Reach redevelopment

    Howard Co. takes first step in Long Reach redevelopment
    Howard County government took the first step last week toward purchasing and redeveloping the Long Reach Village Center by introducing legislation designating the area as an urban renewal zone. The county announced its plans to buy a portion of the...
  • To stop killings, bring back the death penalty [Letter]

    To stop killings, bring back the death penalty [Letter]
    Having read Dan Rodricks' column on one of the prime motives for homicides in Baltimore ("The insanity of Baltimore's 'disrespect' killings," Jan. 19), I think I may have an answer. The penalty for such a heinous crime is currently incarceration for...
  • Traffic: All lanes closed on I-97 North in Annapolis

    Traffic: All lanes closed on I-97 North in Annapolis
    All northbound lanes are closed on Interstate 97 in Annapolis due to a five-vehicle collision with injury prior to Hawkins Road at 8:50 a.m. Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. Going south on I-97, a two-vehicle collision past...