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  • N.C. man extradited, charged in fatal shooting of ex-girlfriend

    N.C. man extradited, charged in fatal shooting of ex-girlfriend
    A North Carolina man implicated in the fatal shooting of his ex-girlfriend outside a Columbia apartment complex in May has been extradited to Howard County to face first- and second-degree murder charges, according to Howard County Police. According...
  • Prince George's superintendent search narrows to 3 finalists

    The Prince George's County Board of Education has narrowed its search for the school system's next superintendent to three candidates, and the finalists include the county's current interim superintendent. The finalists are Eric Becoats,...
  • Oscar, welcome to Charm City

    Oscar, welcome to Charm City
    Christina Spearman dug out her best high school formal gown, took the day off work and headed down to the Inner Harbor on Friday morning to realize the dream of a lifetime. She was getting an Oscar. OK, that's a stretch. What she was actually getting,...
  • There's more than one candidate in Florida

    They are here to support Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, but a handful of Marylanders considering a run for higher office are also hoping to benefit politically from his convention. The concentration of news media — both from...
  • Havre de Grace resident goes on 'Patients Over Politics' bus tour

    Havre de Grace resident Don Mathis, best known locally for his past leadership of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County, was about to leave for Tampa, Fla., Wednesday afternoon, but not for the biggest event happening in that city this week. Doctors...
  • Michelle Obama is fashion icon with an affordable, accessible style

    Her affinity for sleeveless frocks has caused a buying frenzy and inspired people to turn to workouts for toning their arms. She has become a highly coveted canvas for fashion designers and retailers. She steals the scene in pointed-toe flats, colored...
  • Bayhawks to open 14-game 2013 schedule on road April 27 vs. Rattlers

    Bayhawks to open 14-game 2013 schedule on road April 27 vs. Rattlers
    The defending Major League Lacrosse champion Chesapeake Bayhawks will travel to the Rochester Rattlers on April 27 to open their 14-game schedule, the team announced today. The Bayhawks return for their fifth summer at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium...
  • Roundup: Jones, No. 2 Mount St. Joe win Piggly Wiggly tourney

    Charlie Jones scored 22 points for the second straight game to lead No. 2 Mount St. Joseph over Charlotte Christian (N.C.), 77-57, in the championship of the Piggly Wiggly Roundball Classic in Charleston, S.C., on Saturday. He scored 22 in a 66-60 win...
  • Marylanders head elsewhere to drum up votes

    Marylanders head elsewhere to drum up votes
    With primary battles settled, the conventions over and the general election less than two months away, Democrats and Republicans now turn to the end game: reaching out to persuade the few remaining undecided voters that their nominee is the one to solve...
  • North Carolina man arrested in Columbia woman's murder

    North Carolina man arrested in Columbia woman's murder
    A 43-year-old North Carolina man has been arrested and accused of the May 4 murder of Deborah Castellano, of Columbia, Howard County police said. Ryan Patrick Matthias, of Charlotte, N.C., was taken into custody by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police May 11...
  • No, your astrological sign hasn't changed

     
    When I saw Thursday evening that this goofy story on the "changes" in the dates and names of our astrological signs was the most popular item on our Web site, I told our editors that it was badly garbled, and mostly......
  • Shared spaces, shared shame

    Shared spaces, shared shame
    Green Square in Tripoli. Tahrir Square in Cairo. The new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on Washington's National Mall. We humans know, deep inside, that public places — squares and greens and plazas that are open to all — are more than just...