One of the most successful seasons in school history came to an end Monday as the Harford Community College men's basketball team fell to Baltimore City in heart-breaking fashion, 81-80, in the NJCAA Region XX Championship in Hagerstown.
Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth will undergo surgery on the acromioclavicular joint in his right shoulder on Friday and will require two to three months of rehabilitation, which could put the veteran's availability for Opening Day in jeopardy.
The following article, about a special education teacher at Cedar Lane School, is a case in point. In case you don't know about the school, the school system's special education page has this to say about CLS: "The Cedar Lane School, on the Fulton Campus, provides a structured learning environment for students age 3 through 21, whose needs are so complex that they require a specialized, comprehensive program in a special school setting."
The Brennans were among the first of a handful of special needs entrants to complete the Baltimore Marathon, many of them sponsored by Athletes Serving Athletes, a Cockeysville nonprofit that matches disabled athletes with race-day volunteers, or wingmen. One entrant, James Banks, bubbled over after finishing in 4:15:43.
Lauren Giddings loved softball and her dog, a butterscotch mixed Pekingese named Butterbean. It's been three years since the North Laurel native, who had just graduated from Mercer University Law School, was murdered by a fellow law student in Macon, Ga., but a new tradition, named after her beloved rescue dog, keeps her memory alive.
Your July 30 editorial "Rodgers Forge vs. TU …" was fair and balanced, but it misses the most important point — field location. We agree that TU is within its rights to build and grow and that it must meet certain Title IX requirements. The TU press release of July 29 makes clear their intention to add lights to the softball field in the future — presumably as soon as funding or donations allow.
The Greater Towson Council of Community Associations (GTCCA), an umbrella group representing 30 communities in the Towson area, supports Rodgers Forge Community's position on the proposed softball field renovation
A week after a contentious meeting with next-door Rodgers Forge residents, Towson University officials have canceled plans for an electric conduit as part of planned renovations to the university's softball field. The conduit would have allowed lighting to be installed at a later date.
Towson University presents its final plans for its controversial softball stadium renovation on Monday night. Next-door Rodgers Forge residents say proposed $2 million park 25 feet from their backyards will be disruptive.
Congratulations to Tim and Stacy Duer on the birth of their daughter, Elise Renee Duer, on June 28. She weighed in at 6 pounds 11 ounces and was 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are David and Betty Streeter.
On July 3, one day before the playing of Longfellow's annual 4th of July softball game, the Friends of the Traditional Fourth were set to play on Field #3 at Cedar Lane Park. Since 1971 the game had always been played on a different field, but this year that field was occupied by the Columbia Dog Park. The Friends had paid $100 for a permit to use the new field at Cedar Lane Park and Barbara Russell of the Friends had sent out an email telling people where the game would be played.
Roughly two dozen Rodgers Forge neighbors, who last month formed an ad-hoc committee to protest a new complex, picketed outside Towson University Saturday morning, claiming the school has refused to negotiate with them on the plans.
Stephanie Engel coaches a group of girls who are just learning softball. These are the Dolphins who play in the Westminster Jaycees Girls Slow-Pitch Softball League¿s second through fourth grade Bantam Division.