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Young mom beating odds by earning 2 degrees
WIGGS - PASSANO
Ellen G. Oberfelder, 77, longtime city educator
SCIENTISTS HAVE SPIDER SENSE
Twice as Nice
Top educators honored
Pearl Tucker Anderson, 76, Baltimore schoolteacher
MTA resurrects proposal for Towson-area shuttle
Terrence W. Maguire, 86, engineer on projects
Sharon Anne Dwyer, 44, nurse, instructor at Villa Julie College
College leaders face new role Fund raising supplants academics for officials at nation's universities
Off-campus studies for master's degree Goucher: Most courses in the new administration program, starting next August, will be presented electronically.
Salisbury, Frostburg join football conference Atlantic Central begins competition next season
Parents should supervise reading at home, if...
Dr. Charles E. Carr Jr., 78, longtime Baltimore internist
Mother Teresa in Baltimore
Hopkins is top college in Maryland in annual report by magazine U.S. News & World Report lists 4 other state schools
Elizabeth J. Mitcherling, 85, pharmacist and homemakerElizabeth...
59 years of love, sharing, leadership Sister Helen Marie retires as headmistress of Notre Dame Prep
The Gender Game Coaches: Men are taking over more girls varsity teams every year, leaving fewer women as role models for female athletes.
Dragging a barn uphill
CJane Roche Millard, 70, homemaker, store modelJane...
For many, weekend plans include college Notre Dame program helps busy people learn
Baltimore Hebrew taps longtime dean Scholar, writer Freedman university's 5th president
'We're not in a rush' Preschool: Cedarcroft, a 50-year-old private school, is ruled by manners, fun and, the founder says, 'the creativity of play.'
New positionsDallas veteran named manager, director at...
N.Y. administrator to lead the College of Notre Dame School Sisters tradition is broken
Consultant Fisher answers call Colleges: Superconsultant and former Towson State University President James Fisher has been hired to help fix the problems at Baltimore County's system of community colleges.
John J. Reynolds Jr., 83, owner of...
Would-be teachers learn by observing Experience: Before formal student teaching takes place, TSU juniors get a chance to know children and their learning patterns.
Sister Mary Carola Himmelheber, 95, teacher in Maryland, Puerto Rico
Andrew McNeill, 64, founded, ran machine firmAndrew...
STAGE PRESENCE Theater: Peter Culman has served as Center Stage's managing director for 30 years, a remarkable achievement in an unsteady business.
City celebrates arts role downtown festival is set; October: Arts & Humanities Month is declared; many other events are scheduled all around town.
Helen G. Ricks, 75, Frances Haddaway, 44Services...