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  • Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders

    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders
    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders, a computer engineer and member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church where he performed with the Woodbrook Players, died Nov. 21 at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. The longtime Govans...
  • Baltimore Co. police say they rushed to tell New York of cop-killer

    Baltimore Co. police say they rushed to tell New York of cop-killer
    Baltimore County police said Monday that they rushed to warn New York police — through phone calls, fax and Teletype — about a man who pledged to kill officers in their area, and that no one could have known he would strike so quickly, leaving...
  • Rejected, then erroneously accepted by your favorite college? Move on

    It might have appeared to be an early holiday present when almost 300 prospective Johns Hopkins University students previously denied early admission or deferred for later consideration recently received an email welcoming them to the fold. The trouble...
  • Dinner at home is main ingredient for healthy eating

    Dinner at home is main ingredient for healthy eating
    People who eschew takeout for home cooking eat healthier foods, whether they aim to or not, according to new research from the Johns Hopkins University. "When people cook most of their meals at home, they consume fewer carbohydrates, less sugar and less...
  • Connecticut Authors Published A Varied Selection Of Books In 2014

    It's time for a look at books published in 2014 by Connecticut authors. Roz Chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, published the funny yet heartbreaking graphic memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?" (Bloomsbury USA,$28). Novelist Amy...
  • Study: Climate change will trigger more hurricanes, blackouts

    Study: Climate change will trigger more hurricanes, blackouts
    Climate change will prompt more hurricanes to clobber major population centers, such as New York City, Philadelphia and Miami and, as a result, cause more blackouts. So says a team of Johns Hopkins University experts, based on the findings of a...
  • Hopkins sent out erroneous acceptance emails

    Hopkins sent out erroneous acceptance emails
    The Johns Hopkins University sent 294 erroneous acceptance emails Sunday to students who had previously been told they were denied admission, school officials said Wednesday. The school discovered the gaffe later on Sunday, then sent out apology emails,...
  • Johns Hopkins apologizes for emailing welcomes to rejected students

    Johns Hopkins apologizes for emailing welcomes to rejected students
    Johns Hopkins University issued an apology on Wednesday after mistakenly sending hundreds of rejected applicants email messages welcoming them to the school. Due to human error, a congratulatory follow-up email message intended for accepted students...
  • Johns Hopkins accidentally sends acceptance notes to rejected students

    Now you're a student of Johns Hopkins University; now you’re not. The esteemed university in Baltimore was issuing profuse apologies this week after hundreds of early applicants were mistakenly informed that they had been accepted. “We...
  • Have you thanked an officer today?

    Have you thanked an officer today?
    Many Americans, upon encountering U.S. soldiers in uniform, thank them for their service. So we should. Fewer of us, upon encountering U. S. police in uniform, thank them for their service. Yet we should. As a faculty member in Johns Hopkins University'...
  • You better watch out: Krampus is coming to town

    You better watch out: Krampus is coming to town
    The Krampus storms through winter streets on hairy haunches, rattling chains and brandishing a bundle of birch sticks. And if you've been naughty, he might just whisk you away in his sack. The mythological creature — a sort of anti-Claus —...