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  • Niko Amato downplayed Division I-best performance in Maryland's win vs. Yale

    Niko Amato downplayed Division I-best performance in Maryland's win vs. Yale
    Niko Amato had enjoyed solid outings this season, including a 13-save display in Maryland’s 12-10 redemption win against reigning national champion Loyola on Feb. 23 and double-digit stops in four of his previous contests. But in the No. 6 Terps&...
  • Big AAU weekend for several Terps targets

    Big AAU weekend for several Terps targets
    There were several notable performances from Maryland basketball recruiting targets during the first major weekend of the spring AAU season. InsideMDSports.com posted a free story on three Terps targets from Team Takeover who played at Nike's first EYBL...
  • Like/Dislike with Alexandra von Paris, Baltimore entrepreneur

    Like/Dislike with Alexandra von Paris, Baltimore entrepreneur
    When Alexandra von Paris found herself out of a job in 2010, she didn't know how she was going to pay rent. Instead of working for another business, von Paris decided to start her own. Von Paris (Ali for short) founded Route One Apparel, which she...
  • Roland V. Danielson, naval architect

    Roland V. Danielson, naval architect
    Roland V. "Danny" Danielson, a retired Bethlehem Steel Corp. naval architect and avid outdoorsman, died Nov. 17 of renal failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 92. The son of Swedish and Danish immigrants, Roland Victor Danielson was born...
  • Baltimore Diner: Joe Squared offers shared holiday party

    Baltimore Diner: Joe Squared offers shared holiday party
    It's holiday party time. It can be a drag, especially if you're the one planning it for your office gang. For restaurants, holiday party rentals provide a welcome, sometimes vital source of income. I'll be telling you about options in a coming column, and...
  • Maryland toeing line between confidence and cockiness

    Maryland toeing line between confidence and cockiness
    The undisputed No. 1 team in Division I, Maryland is enjoying the fruits of its labor after Saturday’s 12-10 upset of Loyola, the reigning national champion and the previous top-ranked squad. Off to their third 3-0 start in the last four seasons,...
  • No. 14 Hopkins women control second half, knock off No. 9 Loyola

    The Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team is in the middle of a stretch where it plays four ranked teams in five games. But the No. 14 Blue Jays showed on Wednesday that they are ready to take on anyone. Taylor D'Amore and Dene' DiMartino each scored...
  • Governor names new head of Office for Children

    Gov. Martin O'Malley on Friday appointed the director of the "No Kid Hungry" state campaign to lead the Governor's Office for Children. Anne Sheridan will take on the governor's goal to make Maryland the first state to end childhood hunger among its...
  • Superstorm Sandy closures

    Superstorm Sandy closures
    Storm-related closings •Schools Public schools Anne Arundel schools are open two hours late, except 17 schools without power that remain closed: Arlington Echo; Belvedere Elementary; Deale Elementary; Edgewater Elementary; Ferndale Early...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Flu immunization clinics The Department of Health will provide seasonal flu vaccinations at the following walk-in clinics. Both nasal-spray and injectable vaccinations will be available. •Glen Burnie Health Center, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and...
  • Patterson does not need parking

    Recently, I attended a crowded meeting in which the citizens of Patterson Park roasted and grilled the City Health Department and the Parks and Recreation Department for their plans to install 96 parking spaces in Patterson Park ("Rawlings-Blake calls for...
  • O'Malley top legislative officer leaves for lobbying position

    O'Malley top legislative officer leaves for lobbying position
    Joseph C. Bryce, the chief legislative officer for Gov. Martin O'Malley, is leaving his post to go to the lobbying firm Manis Canning & Associates. Bryce has been instrumental to passing the governor's trickiest legislative packages, recently...