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  • Marion Snyder Goldstein, nurse

    Marion Snyder Goldstein, nurse
    Marion Snyder Goldstein, a nurse who supervised operating rooms for decades at the now-closed Children's Hospital on Greenspring Avenue, died Tuesday at Stella Maris assisted living in Timonium. The longtime Baldwin resident was 92. The family was not...
  • Goucher looking forward to rematch with Scranton

    Once considered an afterthought, Goucher’s second Landmark Conference Tournament championship and automatic qualifier to the NCAA Tournament was waylaid by Scranton’s 12-8 upset of the Gophers in the Landmark final last spring. Since that May...
  • Scranton at Goucher: Three things to watch

    Goucher is just 3-4 against Scranton, the only Landmark Conference opponent with a winning record against the Gophers. The Royals (8-4 overall and 2-2 in the league) are currently tied for fourth place and in danger of being unable to defend the...
  • Goucher puts Scranton on conference tournament bubble

    With one fell swoop, the Goucher men's lacrosse team may have completed two assignments on its to-do list. The No. 13 Gophers' 13-8 victory over Scranton Saturday not only helped them avenge a loss to the Royals in last year's Landmark Conference...
  • Postscript from Scranton at Goucher

    With his lone assist and fourth point in No. 13 Goucher’s 13-8 victory over visiting Scranton at Gopher Stadium in Towson Saturday afternoon, Matt Lynch became the fourth player in program history to amass 200 points in a career. That the senior...
  • Goucher enjoying -- but not basking in -- earning conference tournament's top seed

    For the fourth year in a row, Goucher will enter the Landmark Conference Tournament as the top seed. Saturday’s 13-8 victory over Scranton ensured the Gophers (14-1 overall and 5-0 in the league) of that distinction. But it’s an achievement...
  • Scranton's postseason hopes pinned to regular-season finale

    To avoid becoming the first defending Landmark Conference Tournament champion to fail to qualify for the postseason, Scranton (8-5 overall and 2-3 in the league) must defeat Catholic (9-4, 3-2) on Saturday to create a three-way tie with Susquehanna (8-7,...
  • Roundup: Ratliff's OT stunner lifts Loyola men's lax past Denver in ECAC semis, 14-13

    Loyola long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff scored right off the faceoff to open overtime, erasing a nightmarish fourth-quarter collapse by the Greyhounds and lifting them to a 14-13 win over host Denver in an Eastern College Athletic Conference men’...
  • Refining the road trip up north

    Interstate 95 is the primary artery of East Coast transportation. At times of heavy use, such as the Thanksgiving holiday that looms, arteriosclerosis sets in. Nevertheless, many thousands of motorists are magnetically drawn to the clot-ridden and toll-...
  • Late drive by McCain fails to turn Pa. around

    Despite a last-minute frenzy for Pennsylvania's electoral plenty, John McCain failed to switch this traditionally blue state, which awarded its 21 votes to Barack Obama and helped him win the presidency. Polls closed at 8 p.m. and, moments later, based...
  • Monday storm looking more like a rainy mix

     
    The chances that Marylanders will be dealing with snow on Monday seem to be melting away this morning. But predictions that the storm center will pass to our north and west and bring us a "wintry mix" and rain instead of snow......
  • Hell's Kitchen is back!

     
    Here's John-John on last night's Hell's Kitchen:Sixteen contestants sweat over food while a larger-than-life egoed celebrity yells at them. Am I still watching The Biggest Loser? Naw. Hell’s Kitchen is back, and Gordon Ramsay picks up right where we...