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  • Kieron Quinn

    Kieron Quinn
    Kieron F. Quinn, a retired attorney who had practiced admiralty and environmental law and took on class-action cases, died of complications from cancer Feb. 13 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Riderwood resident was 73. Born in Lowell, Mass.,...
  • Philip D. Snodgrass

    Philip D. Snodgrass
    Philip D. Snodgrass, who was an assistant general counsel at the National Federation of Federal Employees and a 2005 graduate of Dulaney High School, was killed Monday in downtown Washington when he was hit by a speeding motorist. He was 27 and lived in...
  • Rauner appoints West Side pastor to Chicago State board

     Rauner appoints West Side pastor to Chicago State board
    Gov. Bruce Rauner on Thursday announced the appointment of a West Side pastor to the Chicago State University board of trustees. The Rev. Marshall Hatch has worked as a pastor, most recently at New Mount Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church, Rauner's office...
  • Christine Wolf: My advice? Follow your passions to avoid uninspired existence

    I open my sister's text while I stand in line at the grocery store: "Our babysitter is a creative writing major, graduating in August and starting to pursue freelance writing gigs. I thought you'd be a possible 'network' in the field for him. Would you be...
  • Around Town: Laguna Food Pantry gets new chairman

    Around Town: Laguna Food Pantry gets new chairman
    Korey Jorgensen has been elected chairman of the board of directors of the Laguna Food Pantry, succeeding Andy Siegenfeld, who will continue as a board member and a volunteer at the pantry. The food pantry provides free supplemental groceries to low-...
  • Best way to conceive? Start with good health, experts say

    If you're among the hundreds of thousands of U.S. couples trying to get pregnant this season — and December is the most popular month for baby-making — experts say there are some lifestyle choices that could improve your odds. Some are fairly...
  • Admissions preferences should use class, not race: Front Burner

    Admissions preferences should use class, not race: Front Burner
    The widespread practice of counting race in deciding who gets into college is under legal and political attack. Several states, educating almost one-third of American students, have banned racial preferences at public universities. The U.S. Supreme...
  • U.S.-Cuba Relations: a new beginning or much ado about nothing?

    U.S.-Cuba Relations: a new beginning or much ado about nothing?
    Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, in a 1996 televised speech, referred to the continued overvaluation of stocks as "irrational exuberance" — an apt expression today in the wake of President Barack Obama's Dec. 17th announcement of a...
  • Prosecutors say rabbi secretly videotaped more than 150 women

    Prosecutors say rabbi secretly videotaped more than 150 women
    A rabbi and former associate professor at Towson University is believed to have secretly videotaped more than 150 women at a Jewish ritual bath in Washington, prosecutors told alleged victims at a meeting this week. The meeting, held Wednesday at the U....
  • The Honorary Pediatric Society

    The Honorary Pediatric Society
    I remember the exact moment last year when the doctors told me I had a tumor growing in my brain. I was at rehearsal for my final high school drama production before graduation when I got a text from my mom telling me to go to the hospital immediately....
  • Let's hear it for education, for once

    Let's hear it for education, for once
    Better education through football. What a concept. Players talk about it all the time. But do they really mean it? Do they really listen to those who tell them football is the way to academic freedom? Most players who tell me their choice for a...