Karcher puts off signing intent letter St. Frances standout reconsiders decision to attend Villanova; Leaves Terps door open; Area's Dixon, Morris to sign with Maryland
Laycock commits to Carolina, is 4th Centennial athlete to choose Notebook
Families race with time Pressure: Nowhere in Maryland are there more dual-career families than in Howard County. The most immediate casualty of the time crunch as they try to balance priorities: the family meal.
You can believe the polls, sort of Accurate: Yes, most Election Day polls were accurate, but there was a notable "Dewey Beats Truman" exception in New Hampshire.
Circuit Court race rages toward end Divisive campaign has ramifications beyond bench; Political cross-currents; Diversity, crime, appointment process among issues raised; CAMPAIGN 1996
Fighting Words History: Expect casualties as author Paul Fussell goes to war against the euphemisms of the battlefield. Hell, he says, should be called hell.
'Momma's Boy' with grit Football: Dunbar running back Ali Culpepper's biggest backer has been his mom, but major-college recruiters are big fans these days, too.
Falcons head south for soccer showdown
2 QBs give Navy more options Fay, McCoy present plenty of backfield choices for Midshipmen
Soccer star's goal is gold medal Clint Peay will play soccer at Olympics
GOLD IS THE GOAL Baltimore swimmers Beth Botsford and Whitney Metzler are hoping to blow the competition out of the water at the Olympic Games next month
Pollutants pose risk to hormones Disruption: Scientists are evaluating the threat to human and animal reproductive health from a host of man-made chemicals.
Terps' possible impact help still on way in 1997-98 T. Johnson junior Morris remains committed
Route 175 jazz festival gets under way tomorrow
Identity crisis at D.C. school Conflict: The students at the virtually black school were fearful of being cut off in their community and fearful of being accepted and honored in the "other" -- the dominant white culture.
Good news from the AIDS front "New era": A series of powerful new drugs offers the promise that AIDS may be controlled, much as diabetes is today.
Clarence E. Clemens, 79, educator, historianClarence E....
Van Deusen's return gives River Hill veteran coach
Homosexuality: The civic issue emerges Social Prejudices: Serious studies answer hate from the right and the left.
1996 All-Metro boys basketball teams
Arundel girls reach a milestone but aren't done
Contentious judicial race nearing end Primary election for two judgeships is Tuesday; Rumors, name-calling; 5 candidates argue over experience and temperament
Rare losing season has Driesell pondering retirement
Soccer hero gives a medal, gains 11-year-old's heart Family finds resident who gave bronze to quadriplegic boy
Hammond DB Spruill picks UVA
Baseball could steal Hawkins from Terps But coach says Md. tops on 3-sport standout's list
Computers play role in teaching language Therapy can help disabled children, researchers say
New positionsRobert Manigold ascends to ARINC vice...
Minority status highlights contrasts in Md. senators Mikulski, Sarbanes deal with GOP from different perspectives
Carter, Scorpions are expected to make the grade this season Gets classwork in order, returns to Oakland Mills; HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW
Problems with open tournament showcased in girls soccer final
New positionsBeth Steel chooses district sales managerBethlehem...
St. Joe back is charged with burglary Wannamaker arrested in Nov. 5 break-in
TennisPierce, Rubin ousted in 2nd round in...
Baltimore community shaken by loss
2 biographers to discuss their art Award-winning writers Lewis and Gray to speak at HCC
Green savors last year of soccer 'fun'
This Lion catches adversity in stride Penn State's Engram uses self to lift mates
It's time UM, Navy met again
Protesters attempt to halt crime, genetics conference Opposition fears research will fuel racist practices
X's and O's and attitude
Soccer players draw red cards at South River
Bank appoints regional vice presidentPhilip G. Wohlfort...
Parks buyers follow lead of Lewis
Wallace C. Steinberg, 61, chairman of Healthcare...
How hot is Baltimore? Well, we don't quite know
Dr. Irvin Rock, 73, an experimental psychologist...
Gertrude Stein & Co.: an imposed agenda
ENGINEERING A BELL ATLANTIC TRANSITION
Academy plans drive to recruit more minorities