- After thunderstorms produced 1 to 2 inches of rain Sunday evening, a flood warning was issued for Baltimore and the surrounding area beginning around 10 p.m. and lasting until 4:15 a.m. Monday.
- COVID cases are rising in Maryland, along with much of the Northeastern U.S., prompting new calls for people to take steps to protect themselves.
- Sophomore Keegan Ryan took a nifty feed from senior Gavin Fleck and promptly finished 22 seconds into overtime — the goal lifting the No. 11 Vikings to a 6-5 win over the Lancers in a Class 3A state semifinal boys lacrosse game at Crofton on Saturday.
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- Homes for sale are scarce in the Baltimore region, and those on the market often receive multiple bids and sell within days. That’s made buying a home all the more difficult for first-time buyers.
- Check out photos of special education teacher Shayla Proctor being honored by the Baltimore Ravens Touchdown for Teachers program at Deep Run Elementary School in Elkridge on Thursday.
- David S. Wilson, owner of Southern Automatic Transmission Service and competitive athlete, died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis on May 6 at his Frederick home. The former Woodbine resident was 60.
- The No. 14 Bulls scored the first seven goals and gave little ground through four quarters, pulling away for a convincing 14-3 win over the visiting Gladiators in the Class 2A state quarterfinals.
- The prom tradition gives many teens an opportunity to stand out, but this year’s party paradoxically provides them with a shot at feeling normal.
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- Shay Clevenger, a senior defender for No. 6 seed Loyola Maryland, and Eloise Clevenger, a sophomore attacker for No. 2 seed Maryland, are looking forward to Thursday’s quarterfinals as the family copes with mother Elizabeth’s battle with breast cancer.
- Tim Iannarino scored a team-high six goals as Glenelg boys lacrosse defeated Century 12-10, clinching the Class 2A West Region I title.
- Anna Hackett led the way for Century girls lacrosse in its 8-7 victory over Glenelg, capturing a second straight Class 2A West Region I title.
- The popular Wine in the Woods event returns this Saturday and Sunday to Symphony Woods by Merriweather Post Pavilion after a two-year absence due to the pandemic. Promising a weekend full of wine tasting, live entertainment, food, crafts and for the first time, local breweries, the two-day event that began in 1993 is hoping to make a splash.
- Twenty-one elementary schools, five middle schools, and four high schools in the Howard County Public School System were designated as “constrained” by the school board last week, meaning they are expected to be over capacity for enrollment in the 2025-26 school year.
- Columnist Susan Soldavin shares information about people and places and events happening in and around Clarksville.