Enlightenment, entertainment on tap at Wednesday noon series at Hopkins Music, lectures draw faculty, neighbors
Jake the snake wants police walking the beat
Bullets leave Baltimore with win Mavericks fall, 94-87; Washington a half-game behind in playoff chase
Many are in hunt for Howard track titles Atholton and Centennial rate as boys favorites; girls race is wide-open
WMC to display student photos of trip to Italy
Crime and violence stalk post-apartheid S. Africa Mandela government comes under pressure
Turner's 4 goals pace UMBC's 16-8 triumph Leading scorer rebounds from mild 1st-half injury
Roiphe's 'Paradise': searching for codes
80 students join honor society
Flower shows are ready to bloom all over the place
Back to nature For several years, artists experimented with vivid hues and startling shapes, but now they are returning to the natural world for inspiration.
Parents want more money for Balto. Co. schools Buildings need repair, classes are crowded
Gutierrez masters Schumann's maze
Some winter novels: terror, love, death
Laurel Woods extends a warm holiday welcome to new pupils
Tunnel Version Review: When a river rains down on trapped tube commuters, Sylvester Stallone feels their pain. With his heart and his head, he must sensitively lead them to "Daylight."
Blintzes, baseball, bar mitzvahs: suburban life with a Jewish flavor Many have moved to Reisterstown, Owings Mills area
Benefactors persevere, aid injured Honduran girl Dentist arranges free scalp operations
A Warming Trend Movies: After years of violence and mayhem from Hollywood, this season's crop of holiday films breezes into town on angel's wings.
Mastectomy hospital stays brief Md. breast surgery patients often sent home the same day
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes...
George and Gracie live again on video
FirePleasant Valley: Firefighters responded at 2: 39...
Books of the region: Holiday suggestions on many subjects
Library Link keeps seniors reading Program delivers requested materials to nursing homes
TYPHOID STEVIE Whether he's viewed as a germ contaminating American literature or an infection that causes compulsive reading, just think of horror master Stephen King as ---
Shaw's 77 leads third-place Owls into state golf tournament Oct. 21, 22
Howard's Aceves goes in record book for four INTs
Man, woman killed as car hits tree near Winfield
Fatal heart attack may have led to crash
CATONSVILLE -- A group of Catonsville High...
If H.L. Mencken were alive (and, as ever, kicking) today, would anybody publish him?
No Ebb in Sight Writer: As a postmodern novelist and as a man, John Barth keeps on an even keel.
Be4 He Was 2Pac Growing up: The 14-year-old who moved to Baltimore was no thug, but he was never a wallflower.
Keep the beatTreat your ears to the...
'The Opening of the American Mind' -- can this be the academy's ultimate defense?
5 years later, Midori rejoins BSO with greater intensity
Bowie coach in no rush to panic despite 0-2 start
Why Hampden wants own library branchAs a...
A classical opening
Morris Turk, 75, Circuit Court judge
The millennium is poised to spring upon us all, with angels -- and more
Seeking work at the welfare office
Chefs to heads of state remain slow to gossip, quick to sample
Baseball and television lead to larger issues in Playwrights Festival
Contest to welcome Ravens won by barber Cal Bloom
Many stars born at first session of Slayton House Camp of the Arts
High-flying success stories Two airports chosen tops in state for improvements, operations.
Hammond High scholars receive certificates of merit