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  • Two incumbents, challenger elected to Howard school board

    Voters in Howard County elected two incumbents and a first-time challenger to the school board on Tuesday. Incumbent Janet Siddiqui took the top spot, followed by first-time candidate Ann De Lacy and fellow incumbent Ellen Giles. Siddiqui said she was...
  • All-Metro Girls Lacrosse: First Team

    All-Metro Girls Lacrosse: First Team
    Corinne Etchison McDonogh, sr., attack •Strong, crafty offensive quarterback tough to stop on the crease; had 42 goals, 24 assists •Scored Eagles' first six goals in IAAM AConference title victory •Under Armour All-American; signed...
  • Q&A with Perry Hall cross country runner Vince Ciattei

    Q&A with Perry Hall cross country runner Vince Ciattei
    When he started to run competitively as a freshman — going out for cross country to prepare for the basketball season — Perry Hall senior standout Vince Ciattei said he didn't have much success. But there was something about running that...
  • 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...
  • Mossburg column presents a distorted picture of the pension system

    Marta Mossburg's recent column on state employee pensions cites the work of Joshua Rauh and Robert Novy-Marx to say how much more Marylanders can expect to pay to "fully fund the system" ("Shifting pension burden means higher taxes," June 5). To arrive...
  • 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...
  • Talk of D.C. commuter tax finds opposition in Maryland

    Talk of D.C. commuter tax finds opposition in Maryland
    Talk in Congress of letting the District of Columbia tax commuters is getting a cool reception in Maryland. Officials in Washington say such a measure could raise $1.2 billion in new revenue — enough to fund nearly an eighth of the district's $9.65...
  • Structure found in Md. may be linked to man who inspired 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'

    Structure found in Md. may be linked to man who inspired 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'
    Archaeologists have discovered what they think are remains of a barn or blacksmith workshop in North Bethesda that could date to the days of Josiah Henson, a former slave whose autobiography inspired the novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Looking for evidence of...
  • Columnist unfair to attack Rep. Paul Ryan on women's issues

    Susan Reimer must have been in a hurry to excoriate Rep. Paul Ryan because she didn't bother to get her facts or her logic straight ("Ryan and the GOP's women problem," Aug. 16). When did Rep. Paul Ryan disrespect nuns? Ms. Reimer says the nuns'...
  • Buon Appetito: Carroll Restaurant Week offers its second helping

    Buon Appetito: Carroll Restaurant Week offers its second helping
    Dante Liberatore already knew the value of participating in a "restaurant week" — a special promotion in which restaurants offer various discounts and special menus to showcase their establishments. With restaurants in Harford and Baltimore...
  • College News: Laurel students achieve dean's list recognition, degrees

    Clement Ng and Michael Tait, both of Laurel, were named to the dean's list for the spring semester at the University of Rhode Island, in Kingston. Erica Christian and Morgan Harding, both juniors from Laurel, were named to the dean's list for the...
  • Tom Roberts, violin collector and anonymous Smithsonian donor

    TOM ROBERTS, 75, Smithsonian's 'Mr. Anonymous' The name "Tom Roberts" appears on no plaque in the Smithsonian Institution's musical instruments collection. At no concert, even when Mr. Roberts was in attendance, did Smithsonian chamber musicians...