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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.

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  • Howard County Group Hosts Hispanic Heritage Month Event

    In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Columbia-based, nonprofit organization Conexiones of Howard County is holding its third annual countywide Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Friday evening at Long Reach High School.   Conexiones president Felícita Solá-Carter said that the event gives...

  • Baltimore Co.¿s school board task force meets today

    From Baltimore County government reporter Alison Knezevich:  Baltimore County’s task force on the selection of school board members is set to meet today at 4 p.m. at the Randallstown Community Center, after a controversial meeting last month. In September, the board took an unexpected vote on the...

  • Arundel holds information sessions on magnet programs

    From Anne Arundel schools reporter Joe Burris: Anne Arundel County Public Schools will be holding information sessions on its magnet programs at Annapolis High School on Thursday and Old Mill High School on Oct. 5. AACPS has 13 magnet programs for county students, including three International Baccalaureate...

  • Architecture honors for AACC students

    From Anne Arundel schools reporter Joe Burris: Anne Arundel Community College architecture students won both top awards and two Citation Awards in the 2011 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Maryland Student Design Awards Competition for community colleges. The AIA is a professional membership...

  • Howard Community College holds annual horse jumping meet

    From Howard County schools reporter Joe Burris: On Saturday, Howard Community College will hold its 24th annual thoroughbred-horse-jumping competition to raise funds for students as its enrollment exceeds more than 10,000 for the first time. School officials said that the Howard Community College...

  • Vaillancourt opposes possible changes to school board

    From Howard County schools reporter Joe Burris: A Howard County study group formed by County Executive Ken Ulman to probe racial and geographic diversity on the county’s school board is expected to finalize a report on Monday proposing that the board be changed from comprising seven at-large elected...

  • New Baltimore County school board president addresses transparency concerns

    From Sun reporter Raven L. Hill, who attended last night's Baltimore County school board meeting: New Baltimore County Board of Education president Lawrence Schmidt addressed some of the  criticism that’s been directed at the panel over the last several months over a lack of transparency. "I think...

  • Asian Culture Day at Wilde Lake Middle

    On Tuesday, Wilde Lake Middle School students will host Asian Culture Day, an interactive event that will feature demonstrations and craft making from such countries as China, Korea, Vietnam and Japan. The event is part of the school’s sixth-grade reading and social studies curriculum, said Danielle...

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