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  • Carlyn Johnson, business owner, dies

    Carlyn Johnson, business owner, dies
    Carlyn Johnson, a retired marine supply and salvage business owner who was active in her South Baltimore neighborhood, died of a stroke Sept. 5 at the Gilchrist Hospice Center. She was 94. Born Carlyn Bowers in Baltimore, she lived on Gittings Street and...
  • Varsity roundup: Northeast tops Century in baseball

    Joe Rivera pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and the No. 7 Northeast baseball team beat visiting Century, 4-1, in the title game of the Harry Lentz Memorial Tournament on Saturday. Rivera and Eric Grantland each collected RBIs, and the...
  • Statewide high school football scores from Saturday

    Statewide high school football scores from Saturday
    Bowie 28, Hyattsville Northwestern 21 Catonsville 28, Parkville 16 C.H. Flowers 33, Laurel 6 DeMatha 21, Bishop McNamara 8 DuVal 10, Parkdale 6 Eleanor Roosevelt 27, Suitland 20 Forestville 37, Fairmont Heights 6 Fort Hill 50, Alleghany 7...
  • Skier Killed at Squaw Valley

    Authorities have identified a man who died in a Squaw Valley skiing accident. Thomas Johnson of San Bruno was killed after he apparently lost control and slid into a group of trees. It happened Thursday afternoon at the top of the mountain, near the...
  • Q&A // Caroline Jacobs, Broadneck, volleyball

    Caroline Jacobs is no stranger to success. Recently, the Broadneck senior rang up 12 kills, four aces and three blocks against Thomas Johnson, helping lead her team to its second straight Class 4A state volleyball title. But her triumphs off the court...
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  • Guilty, said bite expert. Bogus, says DNA.

    Guilty, said bite expert. Bogus, says DNA.
    MILWAUKEE — In a cubicle at Marquette University, a professor of dentistry and a former prosecutor are trying to use computer science to shore up a beleaguered forensic discipline. But as the two men try to lay the groundwork to provide a...
  • Carroll: By the numbers

    31 Points for sisters Caitlin and Megan Bach in North Carroll's 52-43 win over South Carroll in basketball last week. The Bachs combined for 60 percent of their team's offense. 43.4 Percentage of three-pointers made by 6-foot-5 Cammeron Woodyard of...
  • All-Carroll County: Girls track

    Performer of the Year Jess Huber, North Carroll The senior came through again in the pole vault. Huber won her third consecutive indoor state championship, taking the Class 4A title last month. That's her fourth state title overall, having won one...
  • Garden Grove man faces trial for allegedly plotting to stab his parents to death

     
    A Garden Grove man goes on trial Monday for allegedly plotting to stab his parents to death in 1999 and steal money they had placed in a safe-deposit box in anticipation of Y2K. Jose Najera Jr., 29, is charged with......
  • O.C. man convicted of orchestrating parents' murder for Y2K money [Updated]

     
    A Garden Grove man was convicted Tuesday of orchestrating the 1999 stabbing murder of his parents in order to steal money they had stored in a safe deposit box in anticipation of a potential Y2K computer glitch. A Superior Court......