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  • Which teams will make the Final Four?

    Disregard Nate Silver David Teel Daily Press Nate Silver likes Louisville, Florida, Indiana and Gonzaga, and given his Obama-Romney projections, disagreeing is perilous. But let's anyway. Ohio State has won eight straight, including a road...
  • Mike Sawyer a game-time decision for Loyola at Georgetown Wednesday

    Mike Sawyer a game-time decision for Loyola at Georgetown Wednesday
    Tewaaraton Award finalist Mike Sawyer will be a game-time decision for No. 15 Loyola’s road game at Georgetown Wednesday night, coach Charley Toomey confirmed Tuesday morning. The senior attackman did not play in the team’s 13-7 victory over...
  • Mt. Washington Tavern to honor firefighters with happy hour

    Mt. Washington Tavern to honor firefighters with happy hour
    Mt. Washington Tavern, which suffered a significant fire in fall 2011 that required more than 60 Baltimore City firefighters to extinguish, has scheduled a special happy hour today from 4 to 8 p.m. to honor the fire department.  The happy hour will take...
  • 2013 girls lacrosse players to watch

    2013 girls lacrosse players to watch
    Haley Bordner Century, midfielder, senior An All-Metro second-team pick last season, the versatile midfielder led the state Class 3A-2A champions in points (89) and assists (41), while also winning 41 draws and playing strong defense. She has signed...
  • Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville

    Matt Wieters picks Duke to win NCAA title; Duquette likes Louisville
    It takes some guts to pick Duke to win the NCAA tournament around these parts, but if anyone has the local clout to get away with it, it's probably Orioles catcher Matt Wieters. Wieters picked Duke on his NCAA bracket as part of a contest the Orioles...
  • School projects get green light, but officials say more fiscal green needed

    The list is long enough to give contractors a stiff workout. There are roof repairs and resurfacing due for Georgetown East Elementary School and painting for George Fox Middle School. Mills-Parole Elementary will get tiles, carpet and terrazzo. Crofton...
  • Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Jade Scaife, Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward

    Girls Basketball Player of the Year: Jade Scaife, Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward
    Jade Scaife Archbishop Spalding, senior, forward The toughest player to defend on the No. 1 team, Scaife led the Cavaliers to a 29-2 record and the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship. "She rose to the occasion in...
  • Wrestler of the Year: Jack Clark, McDonogh, junior, 145 pounds

    Wrestler of the Year: Jack Clark, McDonogh, junior, 145 pounds
    Jack Clark McDonogh, junior, 145 pounds It's hard to imagine a wrestler having a better season than Clark, who dominated the area and won the National Preps championship for a second straight time. The junior finished 45-4 this season, including 25...
  • 2012-13 All-Metro first team for wrestling

    2012-13 All-Metro first team for wrestling
    TK Megonigal McDonogh, freshman, 106 pounds * Finished with a 38-9 record, including 15 pins, this season * Won the MIAA A Conference title * Won the Maryland Independent Schools title * Eagles coach Pete Welch said he never gets rattled and always...
  • New law allows entrepreneurs to sell securities via crowdfunding

    Could crowdfunding work for entrepreneurs who need capital for their private startup and are willing to sell a stake in it to the masses? Congress seems to think so. Charities and artists successfully raise money for their causes via crowdfunding, a...
  • London calling?

    London calling?
    As excitement builds for this week's opening of the Summer Olympics, many an armchair athlete may yearn to hop a transcontinental flight to London. But if a trip overseas isn't in the cards right now, why not discover a taste of jolly olde England closer...
  • Day Trip

    Day Trip
    Washington Mother's Day Tea at Tudor Place Celebrate Mother's Day with a view of the Potomac River at Tudor Place Historic House and Garden. The Georgetown mansion, formerly the home of George Washington's step-granddaughter, is set in more than 5 acres...