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  • Frank Stronach still mulling over changes at Pimlico as Preakness looms

    Frank Stronach still mulling over changes at Pimlico as Preakness looms
    Frank Stronach, owner of Pimlico, is in Washington, D.C., this week. He discussed his new book, "Magna Man: My Road to Economic Freedom," at a session today. Yesterday, he spent time on Capitol Hill, working to spread his theory that American...
  • 'Top Chef Seattle' recap, episode 11, 'Restaurant Wars'

    'Top Chef Seattle' recap, episode 11, 'Restaurant Wars'
    It's Restaurant Wars: The episode so big, one hour can't contain it! In our boys vs. girls battle royale, Team Y Chromosome (Josh, Sheldon, and Stefan) will be creating Sheldon's modern Filipino "Urbano," while Team X Chromosome (Kristen, Josie, Brooke,...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    The release of new basketball prospect rankings from three recruiting services this week brought some significant moves for Terps targets. Dion Wiley, a 2014 Maryland shooting guard target from Potomac, is now a five-star prospect and the No. 22...
  • Terps' recruiting momentum continues with Mark Turgeon's second class

    Terps' recruiting momentum continues with Mark Turgeon's second class
    In the days following last month's nationally televised announcement that Texas twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison had chosen Kentucky over Maryland, there was a lot of message board chatter about Mark Turgeon possibly losing out on other top recruits,...
  • Mr. Wilkins goes to the Senate

    Mr. Wilkins goes to the Senate
    It was 21 years ago last month that Harvard-educated attorney Robert Wilkins was traveling in a car pulled over for going 5 mph over the posted speed limit on Interstate 68 in Western Maryland. But rather than receive a ticket, the group, all African-...
  • Man dies in Elkridge motorcycle crash

    Man dies in Elkridge motorcycle crash
    A motorcyclist was killed in Elkridge Tuesday after colliding with a truck on Route 1. At 12:02 p.m., the motorcycle was coming over the crest of a hill on Route 1 northbound when it collided with a truck making a left-hand turn out of the southbound lane...
  • Football: Saturday scores from around the area

    Click here for Friday's scoreboard Saturday's scores:  The Baltimore Sun’s Top 15 No. 2 Calvert Hall 34, Niagara Academy, Ontario 21 No. 8 Dunbar 51, Mervo 0 No. 11 Mount St. Joseph 36, Valley Forge, Pa. 12 Other scores from around the area:...
  • Towson melee was waiting to happen

    The riots this past weekend in Towson should not be a surprise, and the disturbance was not an isolated incident. The weekends in downtown Towson have been a time bomb waiting to explode. The colleges in the Towson area continue to grow with inadequate...
  • Friday's high school football scores from around the Baltimore area

    Friday's high school football scores from around the Baltimore area
    The Baltimore Sun's Top 15 No. 3 River Hill 27, Glenelg 13 No. 4 Arundel 53, North County 20 No. 5 Westminster 42, Liberty 5 No. 8 Dunbar 36, Digital Harbor 0 Hereford 56, No. 9 Catonsville 12 No. 13 St. Paul's 35, Archbishop Curley 8 No. 14...
  • Weekend Wrap: Notes on Rysheed Jordan, the Harrison twins and BeeJay Anya

    Weekend Wrap: Notes on Rysheed Jordan, the Harrison twins and BeeJay Anya
    The recruitment of Philadelphia point guard Rysheed Jordan appears to be coming into focus. According to NBCSports.com, Jordan is planning to trim his list of schools "in the coming days" and make his decision closer to the beginning of his high school...
  • On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding

    On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding
    There was a time when any protest worth its salt meant time and sweat, with picketing in inclement weather, massing in Washington and possibly even the risk of violence or getting arrested. People went to jail to support the Montgomery bus boycott...
  • Recruiting notes: Loyola, Towson men each add pair of transfers

    Recruiting notes: Loyola, Towson men each add pair of transfers
    Former St. John’s attackman Harry Kutner has enrolled for graduate classes this fall at Loyola, a team spokesman confirmed Wednesday. The left-hander is expected to join the defending NCAA champion in the spring and provide competition to replace...