The candidates running in Maryland's June 24 primary election are slowly beginning to embrace an increasingly sophisticated campaign technique known as micro-targeting that allows them to identify potential supporters and aim advertising — as well as personal contacts — directly at those individuals.
By By John Fritze and Catherine Rentz and The Baltimore Sun
Welcome to the world to our new grandson, Caden Jacob Southall, who was born on Monday, Feb. 10 at 8:20 p.m. He was 8 pounds, 3 ounces and 21 ¼ inches (he weighed the same as his daddy did back in 1977).
Some who were at The Mall in Columbia during the shootings are experiencing restless nights, troubled dreams, anxious thoughts. Counselors have stepped in to help, saying these are natural after effects but should they persists, people need to seek additional help
Got unwanted, functional tools? Consider donating the tools to Mt. Hebron High School's Ragnarok Robotics Club. The student club members are hosting their annual tool drive in order to build a 150 lb. custom robot for their entry in the international FIRST Robotics FRC competition.
HopHacks — a 36-hour, sleepless, caffeine-fueled, mad-rush of computer programming — came to an end Sunday with bleary-eyed Johns Hopkins University students unveiling their (mostly) finished inventions ... and then crashing.
A former Cathedral of Mary Our Queen School teacher, who lost her arms and legs, has passed a special driver's test but needs funds to buy a car and get it specially adapted. The latter alone may cost $14,000. But she has help from a bevy of former students. The children are continuing to raise money, most recently at a fundraiser at the eatery Zen West Sept. 30.
With the release of its iPhone app last week, Woofound, a Middle River startup, took its first big step into a competitive, cutting edge and sometimes controversial part of the digital economy: Web personalization.