Michael James Cross, 57, president of accounting...
Three Poly seniors find single-mindedness pays Disparate teens work hard and win early admission to college
Shriver Center, a Peace Corps program targeting social woes, back at UMBC
Dr. Allan C. Levey, 62, oral surgeon, prominent in GOP politics, horse racing
Local VP, an FOB, may also be a VIP Interview: Tommy Caplan is a vice president of his family business, a crony of the rich and famous, a novelist and Bill Clinton's friend.
Choral society getting ready for 'Requiem'
Fashion fights breast cancer
Turning point in Little Rock Clinton to help mark anniversary of Ark. school's integration
Troop 75 has its newest Eagle, Nick Thomas, in Scouting since '88
New positionsRenaissance Harborplace names Reich sales directorRenaissance...
Brennan, long a liberal on high court, dies at 91 Scholar, deal maker was among the most influential of justices; Champion of human rights; He helped to shape the modern concept of First Amendment
New positionsWayne Friedman promoted to V.P. at...
Harry L. Ranneberger, 78, investment executiveHarry L....
1997 college graduates looking at the best job market in a while
GEORGETOWN PUBLISHING SHAKESPEARE MAGAZINE; UNIVERSITY JOINS WITH CAMBRIDGE PRESS IN LITERARY VENTURE
A statesman rises to the occasion Senator: The majority leader knows the value of education. He started school late, but kept at it and became a military officer, educator, political leader, and a strong voice for children.
Letter puts pressure on, lobbyists say Group seeks donations using name of top Glendening aide; 'This is a shakedown'; Riddick says mailing should have been 'done in different way'
Paul F. Du Vivier, 82, career diplomat who was held prisoner by the Nazis
Severna Park eighth-grader and his math teacher meet Clinton
Charging forward MBNA: Success was in the cards for MBNA Corp., as the company has grown in 15 years from a bank spinoff to the world's second largest credit card company.
Unethical and inevitable, experts say of Neall's decision Pairing of roles called result of part-time legislature
New positionsBay Resins names Voteau operations directorBay...
Teaching the business of medicine Informatics: Johns Hopkins is among several schools across the nation teaching medical professionals the administrative side of medicine. The programs can let doctors add an MBA to their clinical credentials.
New positionsHopkins Hospital promotes Reitz to senior...
Priest's recovery raises issues of faith and fact Healing: Roman Catholic authorities are carefully investigating the case of a Baltimore priest who says a nun who died in 1938 helped cure his heart problem.
Naval Academy ethics adviser appointed She will be adviser to superintendent, teach sophomore course
Banking and financeSignet promotes Heavner to senior...
Daniel I. Snyder, 55, 'Diner' guy, TV producer
Margaret Flowers named pediatric headDr. Margaret Flowers...
Clinton, Arkansas relish sweet vindication Thousands gather in Little Rock to celebrate victory; 'Thank you for never giving up'; Long campaign ends where everything began five years ago; ELECTION 1996
Researchers pinpoint link between smoking, cancer Chemical from tobacco harms anti-tumor gene
Shrivers open hearts and home for the Best Buddies' ball
Purchase shows that you can go home again Woman moves back to Linthicum Heights, where she grew up
Dr. Schmoke's delicate city contract Service pays group led by mayor's wife
FBI files: For whose eyes only? Privacy: The recent White House flap has stirred up old worries about the political misuse of information gathered by the government.
Solution on religious speech Program protects both religious expression and the 1st Amendment
China American fantasies Near trade war shows limits of our influence.
FARTHOMING FARRAKHAN Biography: 'Prophet of Rage' Arthur Magida's attempt to understand the fiery Nation of Islam leader. The fact that Baltimore writer is Jewish, he says, didn't compromise his objectivity.
New positionsHarbourne is president of Fusion UV...
New positionsMcCormick promotes Casey, BarronMcCormick & Co....
No brag from Centennial's Chambers after he hits three HRs, strikes out 11
Notre Dame selects interim president Baltimore native to lead the college for one year
Banned sedative gets new chance Md. firm helping test thalidomide as a cancer treatment HTC
Making the grade at Johns Hopkins Admissions: 16-month process whittles 8,503 applicants to 3,450 students offered places in the Class of 2000
Prom Fair '96 at Westminster High to feature almost-new dresses, makeup, hair stylists
Victor Crawford, crusader against smoking, dies at 63 Cancer victim once was tobacco lobbyist
Davidson to spike for Georgetown Familiar foe: Glenelg's ,, volleyball Player of the Year next season will be on the other side of the net from her sister, who plays for Villanova.
William J. Burkhead, 84, former state delegateWilliam...