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  • Morgan needs its own board — but the board needs new blood

    Morgan needs its own board — but the board needs new blood
    The Sun editorial page asks "Should Morgan State have it's own board?" (Feb. 10). The answer is yes, it should. Ever since 1989 when Morgan students demonstrated for such independence, the school has successfully operated as an independent state...
  • Woman stabbed in Arundel Mills parking lot

    Woman stabbed in Arundel Mills parking lot
    A 36-year-old woman was stabbed in the hand by a man who demanded her purse in the parking lot of Arundel Mills Mall Friday afternoon. Police arrested a Baltimore County man who led them on a chase that ended when he crashed the SUV he was driving into...
  • GOP in need of new leadership

    Even spending zillions of dollars, the Republicans could not defeat a president struggling with the national depression ("Re-elected," Nov. 7). Their message of, "trust the rich" is not working. The tea party was a disaster. The elections in 2014 and...
  • Mirlande Wilson spared from suit as Mega Millions winner emerges

    Mirlande Wilson spared from suit as Mega Millions winner emerges
    The air went out of Mirlande Wilson’s tale about a Mega Million’s jackpot ticket hidden at a Windsor Mill McDonald's Tuesday, when lottery officials announced that the actual winners have come forward – and produced the winning ticket....
  • Baltimore power outages dip below 53,000 for first time since storms

    Baltimore power outages dip below 53,000 for first time since storms
    As of 9:16 a.m. Thursday, according to BGE, power was out for 52,501 customers, and power was restored for 654,218 customers since the storm began. The breakdown is: 6,573 customers out of power in Anne Arundel County and 129,165 customers with power...
  • Drowning in debt

    The current concern about the debt ceiling is like a drowning man worrying about getting his clothes wet. You can't undo what a couple of wars and a tax cut has cost the country. Those bills are now coming due. William Akers, Windsor Mill
  • Boyfriend charged in fatal shooting of Linthicum woman

    Baltimore police have made an arrest in the fatal shooting of a 40-year-old Linthicum woman whose body was found in Leakin Park last month, charging her boyfriend with first-degree murder. Police said Lois Smyth had left her home to meet with boyfriend...
  • Roundup of MSA results by county

    Anne Arundel In Anne Arundel County, more elementary schools did not meet adequate yearly progress targets this year than last year. Overall, 67 of Anne Arundel's 78 elementary schools made the yearly progress targets, down from 72 last year. Seven of...
  • Grand marshal a big deal for Catonsville man

    Grand marshal a big deal for Catonsville man
    Seven days after George Deal was born in 1947, Catonsville held its first Fourth of July parade. So it seems only fitting that the Catonsville Fourth of July Committee would select him to serve as grand marshal of the parade 65 years later. As grand...
  • Police aren't the ones to blame for crime

    Blaming the police for crime is like blaming firefighters for fires ("Sun lets Baltimore police off the hook for failures," July 10). The police cannot arrest people before a crime is committed. Arresting probable criminals or those who look suspicious...
  • Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet

    Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet
    In May, Chris Mason-Hale posted a photo on his Facebook page of himself standing during a break from therapy at the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Looking all of his 6 feet 4 with arms crossed and head...
  • Five things to do this weekend

    Five things to do this weekend
    There's three days of national celebration on Saturday, and not a Hallmark card for any of them. The warm days are fleeting. Let's make the most of them. Here's five things to do this weekend that don't take a lot of coin. 1.) Dig for shark's teeth and...