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  • Spike and Amy and Kathie Lee and Hoda: Woodberry Kitchen on Today

    Spike and Amy and Kathie Lee and Hoda: Woodberry Kitchen on Today
    A few Baltimore area restaurants have showed up recently, or will soon, in national media. Woodberry Kitchen owners Amy and Spike Gjerde are scheduled for the fourth hour of Tuesday's Today show. They will be showing Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb how...
  • Frostburg student fatally stabbed at off-campus party

    Frostburg student fatally stabbed at off-campus party
    It was a church service at which Baltimore's Kortneigh McCoy, a 19-year-old Frostburg State University physics major known for her lovely voice, was supposed to sing. But instead, more than 500 students and faculty jammed the Lane University Center...
  • Suspensions high in Baltimore County

    Suspensions high in Baltimore County
    Baltimore County reported the highest suspension rate of any Maryland district apart from the Eastern Shore in the last school year, despite its efforts to focus on discipline that doesn't require students to miss classroom time. About 10,000 students...
  • Millard Byrd Knowles, pastor

    Millard Byrd Knowles, pastor
    Rev. Millard Byrd Knowles, pastor of Old Otterbein United Methodist Church from 1992 through 2006 and later pastor of visitation/pastor emeritus at Perry Hall United Methodist Church, died Thursday following a series of strokes. He was 82. "He could tell...
  • Pimlico, Laurel Park to maintain 146 days of racing in 2012

    Pimlico, Laurel Park to maintain 146 days of racing in 2012
    The owner of Maryland's two major thoroughbred tracks and the Maryland Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association reached a tentative agreement Saturday to maintain 146 days of live racing next year, avoiding another last-minute showdown that threatened the...
  • Horsemen offer help in 2012 for a full racing schedule

    Horsemen offer help in 2012 for a full racing schedule
    The owner of Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course plans to ask the state for up to $6 million in slots subsidies to help support the day-to-day operations of the tracks next year. The move is part of the Maryland Jockey Club's deal with the Maryland...
  • $8 million donated for children attending Jewish day schools

    The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore and the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation announced that they will donate $8 million over five years to provide scholarships to children attending Jewish day schools in the Baltimore area. The...
  • Laurel Park, Pimlico owner to ask for state help in 2012

    Laurel Park, Pimlico owner to ask for state help in 2012
    The owner of Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course plans to ask the state for up to $6 million in slots subsidies to help run 146 days of live racing at the two tracks next year. The move was part of a deal approved Tuesday by the Maryland Racing...
  • Romney names new Md. endorsements

    Romney names new Md. endorsements
    (Dec. 20) GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney released 37 new Maryland endorsements on Tuesday, including Anne Arundel County state Sen. Bryan W. Simonaire and Baltimore County Del. William J. Frank. Recent polls show Romney running even or slightly...
  • Education advocacy group to focus on pre-K funding, charter schools

    A new education advocacy group, formed late last year, has pledged to lobby for charter schools, funding for pre-kindergarten education and leave time for parents attending meetings with teachers. MarylandCAN, which is affiliated with a national...
  • School officials worry about overwhelming students, schools with tests

    The 2013-2014 school year may seem like a long way off, but state school officials are already fretting over a perfect storm of education reforms that could make today's extensive state testing regimen seem like a snap. That's the year when students...
  • Education leaders offer plan to fix school funding law

    State education leaders have offered legislators their recommendations for fixing the state law that requires local governments to fund their public schools at a minimum level. The state's superintendents, teachers union and local school boards...