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  • Shortening the food chain

    Shortening the food chain
    The United Nations predicts that by October, the number of humans on the planet will exceed 7 billion. The organization simultaneously reports that nearly 1 billion people on the planet are hungry. The knee-jerk response is that farmers can't keep up....
  • Highland/Fulton: Get a move on — local women start relocation business

    Moving one's household is such a pain in the gluteus maximus. It doesn't seem to matter how much or how little time one has in which to do the move; it is still such a pain. And, what happens when the move involves going from a place where one has...
  • U.Va. president reinstated

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The president of the University of Virginia was reinstated on Tuesday by the school's board, whose surprise decision to force her out two weeks ago set off a wave of protests by faculty and students. Teresa Sullivan,...
  • Terps transfer Mychal Parker won't play for Loyola after all

    Terps transfer Mychal Parker won't play for Loyola after all
    Mychal Parker will not finish his college basketball career at Loyola. According to a source close to the Greyhounds, Parker did not fulfill his academic requirements during his last semester at Maryland, rendering him ineligible to play for Loyola....
  • Baltimore and rebirth

    Baltimore and rebirth
    Last week's report that Baltimore's population continues to shrink was not good news but hardly surprising, given the city's history. The drop was modest compared to the residential losses Baltimore has experienced in years past, but more importantly, the...
  • Flag controversy puts Woodbine family in national spotlight

    Flag controversy puts Woodbine family in national spotlight
    Rhonda Winkler has never been contacted by so many strangers in her life. Soldiers from all across the country have been emailing her and sending her Facebook messages with notes of appreciation. Mothers have been thanking her for setting a good...
  • A Moving Occasion

    We were in high day-before-the-move-gear on Tuesday. I was in the Rodgers Forge house where my sister moved on Wednesday, when I felt a heavy thud. I thought the two men who had come to clean the rug had turned on the nozzle from their truck full throttle...
  • Thomas W. Brundige III, lawyer and WWII veteran, dies

    Thomas W. Brundige III, a retired lawyer and decorated World War II veteran, died Aug. 31 of respiratory failure at Keswick Multi-Care Center in Baltimore. The former longtime Stevenson resident was 90. The son of a lawyer and a homemaker, Thomas...
  • Sound the retreat, coastal dwellers

    Sound the retreat, coastal dwellers
    Sea level around the Chesapeake Bay is rising. Larger-than-ever storm surges are a certainty. Land is sinking further. The time has come to plan an orderly human retreat from more development along the watershed's low-lying edges. The science that...
  • 50 picture-perfect fall getaways

    50 picture-perfect fall getaways
    As summer's fleeting charms begin to fade, fall swirls into view in a burst of kaleidoscopic color. Relish autumn's arrival with 50 nifty travel ideas for the Mid-Atlantic region: from leaf peeping and leisurely drives, to museum-hopping, fall-inspired...
  • Medical examiner testifies that Love was covered in bruises

    Medical examiner testifies that Love was covered in bruises
    There were multiple bruises on Yeardley Love's body when she died in May 2010, according to testimony from a medical examiner Monday in the murder trial of her former University of Virginia boyfriend, George Huguely V, who's accused of beating the 22-...
  • Prosecution to rest Wednesday in Huguely trial

    Prosecution to rest Wednesday in Huguely trial
    — Prosecutors in the Charlottesville murder trial of George Huguely V plan to rest their case Wednesday, on the sixth day of testimony, against the former University of Virginia student, having portrayed him — largely through his own words...