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Maryland men’s soccer’s ‘special’ run to NCAA title might open doors for Donovan Pines

Everything about the Maryland men’s soccer team’s march to its fourth national championship last weekend took on a magical feel for Donovan Pines — with one exception. The junior center back had capped the 11th-seeded Terps’ 2-0 upset of No. 2 seed Indiana in Friday night’s semifinal in Santa Barbara,...

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  • Charles 'Mike' Preston, attorney, dies

    Charles 'Mike' Preston, attorney, dies

    Charles Michael “Mike” Preston, an attorney who practiced in Westminster, died of cancer Dec. 6 at his Manchester home. He was 73. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden, he was the son of Carlton E. “Bud” Preston, who owned Preston Oil and was later a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. executive,...

  • Richard Froehlinger, rivers and harbors specialist, dies

    Richard Froehlinger, rivers and harbors specialist, dies

    Richard A. Froehlinger Jr., a retired waters and harbor construction specialist who was a World War II veteran, died of complications of an infection Dec. 8 at his daughter’s Towson home. He was 95. Born in Baltimore and raised on St. Albans Way, he was the son of Richard A. Froehlinger, president...

  • Dorothy Holmes, secretary, dies

    Dorothy Holmes, secretary, dies

    Dorothy Marie “Dot” Holmes, a retired State of Maryland office financial supervisor and church leader, died of cancer complications Dec. 3 at Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care at Northwest Hospital Center. She was 76 and lived in Pikesville. Born in Hamilton, N.C., she was the daughter of Johnnie...

  • Rosemarie Gehring, North Harford Rec Center director, dies

    Rosemarie Gehring, North Harford Rec Center director, dies

    Rosemarie Gehring, who directed the North Harford Playfield recreation center and athletic fields for 33 years and expanded its range of programs, died of heart disease Dec. 6 at Stella Maris Hospice. She was 71 and lived in Cockeysville. Born in New York City, she was the daughter of John J. Campbell,...

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  • Maryland weather: Possible flooding Friday night and Saturday as heavy rain returns

    Maryland weather: Possible flooding Friday night and Saturday as heavy rain returns

    Heavy rain is forecast to return to Maryland late Friday, and meteorologists warned it could bring with it flooding risks into Saturday. The National Weather Service issued a flood watch across Central Maryland from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon. A large area of low pressure is forecast...

  • The best meteor shower of the year arrives in the sky this week. Here's how to watch.

    The best meteor shower of the year arrives in the sky this week. Here's how to watch.

    The best meteor shower of the year — the Geminids — arrives this week. Here’s how to see them. The shower peaks in the early morning hours Thursday and Friday, as Earth crosses the debris trail of the comet 3200 Phaethon. More than 50 meteors per hour will be visible at that time, according to...

  • Winter storm hits Maryland

    Winter storm hits Maryland

    The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Maryland on Sunday evening as a winter storm made its way through the region. On Twitter, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan advised anyone traveling around the southern part of the state to use caution and to follow forecasts. Snow was...

  • Baltimore's earliest sunset of the year arrives Friday at 4:43 p.m.

    Baltimore's earliest sunset of the year arrives Friday at 4:43 p.m.

    The days are still getting “shorter” as we approach the winter solstice Dec. 21, but after Friday, sunsets begin arriving later in Baltimore for the first time since late June. The sun will set at 4:43 p.m. Friday. Sunset is at about that same time each afternoon for the first two weeks of December....

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