The applications of the more than two dozen teams vying to monitor the court-backed civil rights reforms at the Baltimore Police Department reveal two different paths the city could take: Draw on deep local knowledge to tailor a package of changes or hire a group with a track record in other big cities.
On Wednesday, Poly's Will Henderson and Annapolis' Maria Coffin were recognized for their fine accomplishments by being named The Baltimore Sun's Male and Female High School Athletes of the Year at the 51st annual awards luncheon at the newspaper's downtown headquarters.
When No. 8 Johns Hopkins and No. 5 Maryland add another chapter to their storied men's lacrosse rivalry on Saturday, one storyline will center on the chess match between the Blue Jays offense and the Terps defense.
Though spring practice ends Saturday for the Terps with the annual Red-White game at Maryland Stadium, the preparation for Ty Johnson for the 2017 season will move to other places — specifically the weight room, the practice field for summer workouts and, to a certain extent, the classroom.