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  • Oyster poaching continues on bay despite enforcement efforts

    Oyster poaching continues on bay despite enforcement efforts
    Waterman Edward "Bruce" Lowery lost his Maryland license to harvest oysters five years ago, after racking up more than three dozen violations. He was convicted of fishing at the wrong times, in the wrong places and using the wrong equipment. But that...
  • Ben�Carson wades into hostile territory at Al Sharpton event

    Ben Carson, the black Republican and potential presidential candidate who once told Barack Obama his health care law was the worst U.S. policy since slavery, was an unlikely guest speaker Wednesday at Al Sharpton's National Action Network. Appearing in...
  • Separating people from politics

    Separating people from politics
    If you're ever looking for an interesting social experiment, tell Americans that you're going to Vietnam and gauge their reactions. Laughs, jokes and double takes were commonplace when I told people of my plans to embark on a 10-month stint as a Fulbright...
  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It’ll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you’re most...
  • Powdered alcohol should be banned in every state

    Powdered alcohol should be banned in every state
    Imagine your child being offered a sugary alcoholic powder that can be snorted, eaten like Pixy Stix, added to food or sneaked into schools or stadiums and that turns into an alcoholic beverage just by adding water. With little guidance on how much is a...
  • Johns Hopkins using equipment on new patients _ pets

    Unconscious and with furry yellow paws in the air, Otter was guided into the MRI machine. The 4-year-old Lab had been having increasingly severe episodes of back pain over months and a neurosurgeon wanted to confirm his suspicions about the cause....
  • UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies

    UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies
    Amy Iarrobino and Erin Kane took two different paths to get to medical school, but they ended up on the same steps at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine on Friday, anxiously waiting to find out which residency program they would be...
  • Medical students celebrate their next steps at annual 'Match Day'

    Medical students celebrate their next steps at annual 'Match Day'
    University of Maryland School of Medicine senior Caitlin Carnell opened a white envelope at the Hippodrome Theatre on Friday and saw light at the end of a tunnel: the long-distance phase of her young marriage was coming to an end. Carnell, 26, walked...
  • Wedded: Ashe Smith and Jacob Green

    Wedded: Ashe Smith and Jacob Green
    Date: Feb. 4 His story: Ashe Smith, 30, grew up in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Ashe is a community organizer at the Parks & People Foundation and a founder of the Whitelock Community Farm in Reservoir Hill. He's also active with the Mount Royal Community...
  • Don't blame teacher contract for deficit

    As a Baltimore City Public Schools teacher, I am concerned how the local media is implying that the system's current budget deficit is due in part to the innovative teacher contract approved in 2010. I am especially concerned that this blame will become...
  • LeRoy B. Mathews, budget director

    LeRoy B. Mathews, budget director
    LeRoy B. Mathews, former budget director for American Telephone & Telegraph and a longtime band member, died March 4 at the Maples of Towson, an assisted-living facility, of complication of dementia. He was 86. The son of LeRoy Frederick "Roy" Mathews...