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  • Howard's Rau puts in work to become county's best in boys cross country

    Howard's Rau puts in work to become county's best in boys cross country
    Early this past summer at the Jim Ryun running camp in Pennsylvania, Howard's Danny Rau found himself a scrap piece of paper and wrote out a to-do list. There were just two items on that list — win a state championship and get into the Naval...
  • Hand, foot and mouth disease common in children

    Hand, foot and mouth disease common in children
    Hand, foot and mouth disease is a common ailment often picked up by children in day care. While it may make for a cranky child, Dr. Benjamin N. Lockshin, a Silver Spring dermatologist who also teaches at Georgetown University and the Johns Hopkins...
  • Learning a lifetime of skills at OM and DestinationImagination [Letter]

    I was happy to see that Bond Mill Elementary has advanced to the state finals of DestinationImagination, according to Sarah Toth's article in your edition of March 21.  Bond Mill was a worthy competitor when our kids were in Odyssey of the Mind (OM), a...
  • InsideMDSports: Gonzaga (D.C.) guard Bryant Crawford on Terps' radar

    InsideMDSports: Gonzaga (D.C.) guard Bryant Crawford on Terps' radar
    Editor's note: Each week, InsideMdSports.com provides this blog with a Maryland recruiting feature that previously appeared as premium content on its site. Missing an entire season with an injury can be tough for a young player, especially when it's a...
  • Remembering the benefactress of Johns Hopkins Children's Center

    Remembering the benefactress of Johns Hopkins Children's Center
    The Johns Hopkins Children's Center — originally founded as the Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children — celebrated its centenary earlier this month. Its endowment originated from the largesse of Harriet Lane, who during the mid-19th...
  • Annapolis speed cameras to be operational shortly

    Annapolis speed cameras to be operational shortly
    The first speed cameras in Anne Arundel County will be up and running in Annapolis school zones within weeks, officials said. More than a year has passed since the city council first approved the cameras. Three months have gone by while a contractor...
  • Charley Toomey eager to field full Loyola team free of obstacles

    Charley Toomey eager to field full Loyola team free of obstacles
    A 10-3 thrashing of Michigan on Saturday helped Loyola improve to 7-2 overall and 3-0 in the Eastern College Athletic Conference this season. But the No. 15 Greyhounds are in this position despite not having played with a full deck of cards. The...
  • McDonogh wrestling cruises to easy win in Raymond B. Oliver Invitational

    At the Raymond B. Oliver Invitational at McDonogh this weekend, teams and wrestlers checked out the competition to get a read on how everyone looks. What everyone at the tournament confirmed is the Eagles are the team to beat this winter. McDonogh...
  • Senate expected to back Cardin human rights measure despite White House concerns

    Senate expected to back Cardin human rights measure despite White House concerns
    — Legislation by Sen. Ben Cardin to pressure Russia on human rights abuses is expected to win approval in Congress Thursday despite concerns that it will hurt already tenuous U.S. relations with the Kremlin. The proposal — which requires the...
  • State dig uncovers the secrets of an 1814 battlefield

    State dig uncovers the secrets of an 1814 battlefield
    The DNA of a battle that helped turn the tide of a war going horribly wrong for America lay buried just six inches below the surface in a Kent County cornfield. For nearly two centuries, the musket balls, canister shot and other artifacts from intense...
  • Howard County talent leads way to titles for Mount St. Joseph tennis

    Howard County talent leads way to titles for Mount St. Joseph tennis
    Mount St. Joseph tennis coach Tom Hughes was sad to see the season end after the Gaels' exceptional two-year run concluded with back-to-back Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference titles, halting the dominance of McDonogh and Gilman...
  • Mount St. Joe nets two individual titles in tennis; Gilman grabs one

    Mount St. Joe nets two individual titles in tennis; Gilman grabs one
    Gilman junior Garrett Weinstein says he changed his strategy for the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference No. 1 singles individual final against McDonogh's Jake Gober Friday afternoon. The two had played nine days earlier....