Former University of Maryland football coach DJ Durkin told a task force that president Wallace Loh resisted his call to make players widely available for interviews by a consultant examining the heatstroke death of teammate Jordan McNair, according to multiple sources.
Baltimore-based film company Early Light Media is in the final phase of making "R.A.W.," a documentary about Richard Antoine White, who went from poverty of the streets of Baltimore to mastery of the tuba.
Marilyn J. "Jean" Lowry, a Master Gardener and Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland director who was secretary-treasurer of Lowry & Co., died Aug. 29 from multiple myeloma at her Phoenix, Baltimore County home. She was 85.
The 5th annual U.S.E. Basketball Family Reunion is set for Sunday at Pikesville High School, featuring games from elementary to post-college and a panel discussion about how young girls can use basketball to achieve their dreams no matter what level they aspire to play.
After several years coaching basketball overseas, Sean Whalen has come back to Laurel and also returned to the coaching staff of Howard University, a member of the group of Historically Black College and University that competes in the Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.
Starting Friday, July 28, the Small Town Stars Theatre Company is hosting a high school musical that is about as far away from the Disney brand as possible, as they bring "Heathers: The Musical" to the Carroll Arts Center.
In bucolic Lancaster County, Penn., the Amish people grow their own tobacco and smoke it in cigars, pipes or cigarettes, potentially exposing their families to a scourge of modern life — the health ailments caused by secondhand smoke exposure.
Stellar mezzo-soprano Susan Graham will make her Baltimore debut for Shriver Hall Concert Series with pianist Malcolm Martineau in an unusual program built around a Schumann song cycle about a woman's life and love.
Stephen M. Eller, a retired educator and social studies department head who organized the first Holocaust curriculum for city public schools, died Nov. 17 from Parkinson's disease at Milford Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Pikesville. He was 73.
There's a new estimate of the number of species on Earth. It's one trillion — with a "T." What this means is that in order to catalog it, we're all needed. More Baltimoreans are needed in citizen science.
In many ways, Glenn Donovan and Leandro Conti's friendship is unremarkable. Their common interests, especially their shared love of sports, seem to overshadow a key difference between them: Donovan has down syndrome and Conti doesn't. Since freshman year, the two friends have been members of Atholton High's Best Buddies chapter, which pairs students who have intellectual and developmental disabilities with students who don't.
When the sheriff's heroin work group sat down to meet with the northern Harford community Monday evening, Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler announced that two more people had joined the statistics, overdosing on the drug within the previous two and a half hours in the Bel Air area. It's yet
Charles R. "Chuck" Ellis, music director of the Prince George's Philharmonic Orchestra and a frequent panelist on WBJC-FM Radio's "Face the Music" program, died New Year's Day of a heart attack at Union Memorial Hospital. The longtime Hampden resident was 67.
If you are conservative, a Washington Times report earlier this week should come as no surprise. The Times reported on an Indiana University study that found only 7 percent of journalists considered themselves Republicans while 28 percent identified as Democrats. The remainder of the group saw themselves as Independents and interestingly, the number of Independents has actually grown since the 1970s.