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  • Kathleen M. Happ, former Anne Arundel educator

    Kathleen M. Happ, former Anne Arundel educator
    Kathleen M. Happ, a retired Anne Arundel Community College educator who ws an active member of Brown Memorial Presbyterian Church on Bolton Hill, died Sept. 19 of lung cancer at Villages Hospice in The Villages, Fla. A former resident of the city's Lake...
  • Maryland Live's dealer school was job training without a paycheck, suit alleges

    Maryland Live's dealer school was job training without a paycheck, suit alleges
    Three students at the dealer school run by Maryland Live last year say it was a scheme to avoid paying wages while training employees. Now they are suing the casino in federal court. They say the casino told them the free training was a good deal, but...
  • Anne Arundel alumni shine in 'Memphis: The Musical'

    Anne Arundel alumni shine in 'Memphis: The Musical'
    Toby's Dinner Theatre in Columbia has always been a regional treasure for theatergoers, but the current production of "Memphis: The Musical" has a particular tie to our county with a trio of Anne Arundel Community College alumni offering stellar...
  • Education briefs

    Hilltop pupils get shoes Nearly 300 children at Hilltop Elementary School in Glen Burnie have new shoes as the result of efforts by Leadership Anne Arundel Flagship program graduates. A six-member group from the leadership-training organization...
  • Coordinator will oversee Baltimore sex assault investigation reforms

    Continuing reforms to Baltimore's response to sexual assaults will be steered by a full-time coordinator who for the past six years has overseen residential programs at Howard County's domestic violence center. Heather Brantner began Monday as...
  • Community colleges don't 'cool out' students

    The op-ed by Fred Miller "'Cooling out' poor minority kids in community college" (May 9) was one of the most incredulous opinions on community colleges that I have ever read. I could take issue on a line-by-line basis with each premise of the article. I...
  • Walking at Western commencement

    Walking at Western commencement
    Baltimore school officials were wise to suspend the rule stating that only Western High School students accepted at four-year colleges could participate in this year's graduation ceremonies. Given that some Western students' college application efforts...
  • Baseball: First team

    Baseball: First team
    FIRST TEAM Kevin Mooney North Harford, jr., pitcher •Went 7-1 with a 0.77ERA and struck out 88 in 551/3 innings •Showed his physical strength, Beat strong C. Milton Wright team, 5-1, in state 3A North Regional final and then came coming...
  • Anne Arundel Community College names its next president

    Anne Arundel Community College names its next president
    Anne Arundel Community College has hired Maryland native Dawn Lindsay, who now heads Glendale Community College in California and has an extensive background in local academia, as its next president. Lindsay, 52, will be the sixth president in the...
  • Catonsville girls lacrosse wins tournament, stays unbeaten

    Catonsville girls lacrosse wins tournament, stays unbeaten
    This week may be the busiest week of the spring season with many tournaments scheduled while a lot of public school teams are off for Easter break. Catonsville’s girls lacrosse team got a jump on its week off, winning Franklin’s tournament...
  • Thomas E. Florestano, longtime Anne Arundel Community College president

    Thomas E. Florestano, longtime Anne Arundel Community College president
    Thomas E. Florestano, a long-serving president of Anne Arundel Community College, died March 31 of Parkinson's disease complications at Ginger Cove Health Center. He was 79 and had lived in Annapolis. "Tom did a great deal to bring our community...