Wednesday, February 1, is not just any other Wednesday. Just ask any college-bound, student-athlete who chose Wednesday, aka National Signing Day, to put their signature on the most significant document to this point in their life.
Robert R. "Bob" Timberg, a former Evening Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter and Marine Corps veteran whose 1995 book "The Nightingale's Song" about five Naval Academy graduates who served in the Vietnam War earned him wide acclaim, died Tuesday from respiratory failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 76.
An all-girls experience, be it the Girl Scouts, a girls' athletic team, a girls' camp or a girls' school can be a spring board to achievement and a sense of self-worth for girls, who are too quick to underestimate their abilities.
Leslie Gray, star athlete and honor roll student at Meade High School, will graduate Tuesday, June 10. She completed all requirements in the International Baccalaureate program and will receive her IB diploma in addition to her high school diploma. Avid cyclist Bill Berned will enjoy the scenic sites of New England, July 12-18, on his 550 mile trek for the New England 550 Tour de Cure to help raise money for the American Diabetes Association.
Just as its offer was rejected, Jos A. Bank Clothiers Inc. rejected the $1.2 billion turn-table acquisition bid by The Men's Wearhouse Inc. on Monday, but most observers still believe a merger is inevitable.
Timonium United Methodist Church tout accomplishments graduates, Paul Young, author of "The Shack" C. Baxter Kruger, author of "The Shack Revisited" to speak on at Timonium United Methodist Church, daughter of Ted and Nadine Oswald lands job with Houston Grand Opera
Joseph A. Sullivan, who has served as interim leader of Legg Mason Inc. for more than four months, has been named CEO and president of the Baltimore-based money manager, the company announced this morning.