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  • E. Carey Kenney, McDonogh School art teacher

    E. Carey Kenney, McDonogh School art teacher
    E. Carey Kenney, a noted Pikesville artist who headed the art department at McDonogh School for more than three decades and whose oils and watercolors were inspired by the Owings Mills campus' rolling hills and fields, died Thursday of pneumonia at...
  • Davis runs with the wind

    Davis runs with the wind
    NORWALK — Under undesirably windy and cold conditions, Glendale High's Michael Davis accomplished a feat no Nitros athlete had matched in more than two decades. The junior 200-meter runner became the first Nitros runner in 26 years to qualify to...
  • Glendale High sprinter Mike Davis ready for State

    Glendale High sprinter Mike Davis ready for State
    Since joining the Glendale High boys' track and field team, Michael Davis has built an impressive resume. Along with a handful of league championships won by the junior sprinter, there's an appearance in the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet for the...
  • Glendale High sprinter Mike Davis nabs last spot for State finals

    Glendale High sprinter Mike Davis nabs last spot for State finals
    Throughout the course of the track and field season, Glendale High junior Michael Davis earned a few prestigious titles, such as Pacific League champion. Yet, on Friday evening, Davis earned the accolade and acknowledgment he worked all season to...
  • Davis closes state dash

    CLOVIS — Although he didn't walk away with a top three medal, Glendale High junior Michael Davis earned something he can carry with him into next season. Davis can consider himself one of the state's best athletes, having advanced to Saturday's...
  • From Newport News to Midway: USS Yorktown a shot in the arm for the shipyard

    From Newport News to Midway: USS Yorktown a shot in the arm for the shipyard
    The USS Yorktown, which was sunk at Midway 70 years ago Tuesday, was more than a notable casualty in a decisive World War II battle. The Yorktown, along with its sister ship the Enterprise, were part of a new naval warfare strategy based not on...
  • Engagement: Gabriela Manero to wed Mark Patrick Nostro

    Ofelia and Oscar Manero, of Old Greenwich, Conn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gabriela D. Manero, to Mark Patrick Nostro, of Laurel. The bride-to-be is a 2009 graduate of Stonehill College near Boston, Mass. She is an attorney with the...
  • Aided by touch tour, blind patrons take in theater experience

    Aided by touch tour, blind patrons take in theater experience
    Probing ahead of him with his cane, Roger Williamson crossed the Everyman Theatre stage, picked upa human skull that doubled as a candy dish and poked his fingers through the eye sockets. Moments later, he ran his hands over a papier-mache mask...
  • Roosevelt student named National Merit University of Maryland scholarship designee

    Patrick Healey, of Laurel, a student at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, in Greenbelt, has been named a National Merit college-sponsored scholarship winner. He is the designee for a National Merit University of Maryland scholarship and his probable...
  • Growing pains and gains of a presidential garden

    Growing pains and gains of a presidential garden
    First lady Michelle Obama has adopted healthy eating and fighting childhood obesity among her pet causes. Her first book, "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" (Crown), tells of her experiences planting...
  • 50 years ago: Harford Junior College growing and expected to keep doing so

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, July 5, 1962: A study of the future development and needs of Harford Junior College was presented by Engelhardt and Leggett, an educational consultant firm in New York City, to the college Board of...