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  • Electricity restored to most Baltimore-area customers after storm

    About 1,500 customers, most in Anne Arundel County, remained without electricity Sunday morning in the wake of wind-whipped thunderstorms that swept through Maryland Saturday, but BGE said it expects to have power restored to them by late Sunday...
  • Learn the future of parks and rec in Prince George's County at open house in South Laurel

    Residents can share their thoughts about the future of parks and recreation in Prince George's County and learn about the county's master plan, known as Formula 2040, at an open house Thursday, Sept. 20 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Deerfield Run Community...
  • For many parents, books that can be held are still the first choice

    For many parents, books that can be held are still the first choice
    Jo Keller relies on her Kindle when she travels so she can forgo lugging hardback books, but when it comes to her children's reading habits, she feels differently. She has squirreled away many of the books she read as a child growing up in England and is...
  • Three Maryland educators share in Mega Millions winnings

    Three Maryland educators share in Mega Millions winnings
    If the three Maryland public school educators want to hold onto a sense of normalcy after Tuesday's announcement that they are splitting a share of the record-breaking Mega Millions jackpot, experts say they should stay tight-lipped. For now, "The...
  • Settlement conference to be held in bias lawsuit

    After nearly five years of litigation, a coalition representing Maryland's historically black public colleges and universities has agreed to discuss a settlement with the state, which it accused in a 2006 lawsuit of discriminatory practices and multiple...
  • City school system grapples with principal turnover

    City school system grapples with principal turnover
    Since Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso took the helm four years ago, only about one-quarter of the system's principals have remained in their posts, a high turnover rate that has rankled education advocates who say they are concerned that leadership...
  • State to evaluate teachers on student progress

    Maryland moved Monday to begin evaluating teachers based in part on how well their students learn their lessons — a significant change that will be tried first in seven school districts, including Baltimore city and county, this fall. The decision,...
  • Anne Arundel Police arrest 4 in prostitution sting

    Anne Arundel County Police arrested four suspects — at least one of whom is from Laurel — during a prostitution sting conducted near a Maryland City hotel June 24. The sting, which involved undercover officers posing as prostitutes, was...
  • Jockey Club owners and horsemen at odds over live racing season

    Jockey Club owners and horsemen at odds over live racing season
    On the eve of the Maryland Racing Commission's last scheduled meeting of the year, the owners of the state's two major thoroughbred tracks and horse-racing industry representatives were trying to hammer out a last-minute deal to ensure live meets can be...
  • Maryland Racing Commission rejects horse-racing proposal

    Maryland Racing Commission rejects horse-racing proposal
    The future of live thoroughbred racing in Maryland — along with the Preakness Stakes —is in jeopardy once again after a state commission on Tuesday rejected a proposed racing schedule contingent on several conditions that horse owners and...
  • Alice F. Bowie, Evening Sun reporter and editor, dies

    Alice F. Bowie, Evening Sun reporter and editor, dies
    Alice F. Bowie, a former newspaper reporter and editor who enjoyed gardening, died Thursday of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lutherville resident was 87. The daughter of a farmer and suffragette, Alice Forbes was born in Baltimore...
  • Bias trial postponed in favor of mediation

    The trial date in a five-year-old civil lawsuit claiming bias against Maryland's historically black state colleges and universities has been postponed until December, so the parties can attempt to mediate the case. "The issues at stake in this case are...