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Jennifer Badie

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Jennifer Badie is a sports content editor. She was previously the education and obituaries editor for six years. She joined The Sun in 1998 as a copy editor, working as a slot editor for metro and as the features copy desk chief. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Recent Articles

  • Dyer attempts to have board's removal request dismissed

    From schools reporter Joe Burris: Howard County school board member Allen Dyer this week requested that the state office of administrative hearings dismiss an attempt by his fellow board members to oust him from the panel, the second time he has filed such a dismissal since the board requested last...

  • Howard officials accept school site

    The Howard County board of education has officially accepted the 20.2-acre site on the Northeast Route 1 corridor in Hanover to build a school, officials said on Tuesday. The Oxford Square property can serve as a site for either an elementary school or a middle school, officials said. The acquisition...

  • Officials say maintenance of effort needs to be revamped

    A group of state education officials said Tuesday that a state-mandated education spending requirement for counties needs to be revamped to prevent local jurisdictions from underfunding education by $2.6 billion. Officials from the Maryland State Education Association, Maryland Association of Boards...

  • Snow flurries falling Saturday night

    From Sun reporter Steve Kilar: Scattered snow flurries will fall in the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan regions Saturday evening, according to a National Weather Service forecast from 7 p.m. Some residents in Baltimore County reported seeing flurries early in the evening. No accumulation is...

  • Hrabowski on '60 Minutes'

    UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski, who is often credited for his efforts to produce minority graduates in science, technology, engineering and math, will be featured this Sunday on CBS’ “60 Minutes.” You can watch a preview of the interview here. In it, Hrabowski says, “I don’t care how smart you...

  • German American Day Observed at McDaniel

    About 1,000 high school students from across the state and Pennsylvania are taking part in McDaniel College's 17th annual German-American Day on Tuesday morning and afternoon, McDaniel officials said. On Tuesday morning, students participated in workshops that include such topics as “How I survived...

  • Roles of Muslim Women Explored at AACC

    Anne Arundel Community College will explore aspects of Muslim cultures and the roles Muslim women at a half-day, on-campus event Oct. 22. “Unveiling the Mystique of the Muslim Woman” will be held at the Robert E. Kauffman Theater at the Arnold Campus at 10 a.m.  The event will feature Imam Yahya...

  • Program Teaches Kids About Science, Nutrition

    The Elkridge Branch of the Howard County Public Library is hosting “Chemistry in the Library,” an event that demonstrates the relationship between science, nutrition and healthy living. Slated for Saturday at 2 p.m., the hands-on event will feature a chemist from the American Chemical Society and...

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