Carolyn Marie Hauck, a retired Enoch Pratt Free Library staff member who encouraged patrons to explore films and the arts, died of dementia complications at the Pickersgill Retirement Community. The longtime Mount Vernon resident was 89.
Calvert Hall College High School students win awards at Maryland Music Educators Association District Solo and Ensemble Festival, Calvert Hall and Notre Dame Preparatory do a stream cleanup, Chorus of the Chesapeake comes to Parkville High
Maryland scientists are at work on a three-year project funded by NASA to fathom the potential impact of dust on climate, following up a study published in the summer that quantified in a striking way the annual flow of mineral dust from abroad.
John Carroll point guard Rodney Elliott has spent the past four years starring against local competition. For the next four years, the Baltimore Sun first-team All-Metro selection will stay close to home and attempt to do the same in the America East.
Twelve 11th-grade girls, one from each of Harford County's high schools, were honored for their achievements in math and science, as well as extracurricular activities, during the annual Dr. Judith Resnik Luncheon on Saturday at Harford Community College.
Ian Michael Moore and Mary Norris, students at St. Joseph's School in Cockeysville, won the Optimist Club of Timonium's Oratorical Contest held Monday, March 18. Twelve children participated in this competition and spoke on the theme "Why My Voice is Important."
Chloe A. Gudmundsson is a senior at Eastern Technical High School in Essex, and at the suggestion of her English teacher, decided to research a paper on Maximilian Godefroy, the quirky architect who designed Baltimore's Battle Monument that commemorates the battle for the city in 1814.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The disbanding of the baseball and men's soccer teams made national news and has blown up into the biggest challenge of Maravene Loeschke's 18-month tenure as Towson's leader. Last week the controversy reached Annapolis, where Gov. Martin O'Malley and Comptroller Peter Franchot rebuked her decision and demanded she appear before them in two weeks to explain her actions.
If Mason, Montana, Howard, Hampton, UMBC, Seton Hall and Loyola win their conference tourneys it means an automatic bid to the NCAA Division I field. And that would mean a Laurel connection to March Madness for the third year in a row.
Isidor Saslav, a former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concert master and Peabody Institute violin teacher, died of complications of cancer Jan. 26 at a hospital in Tyler, Texas. The former Mount Washington resident was 74.