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  • Anne Arundel County education briefs

    Students win science fair South River High sophomore Ava Grounds won the grand award at the 48th annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair, and schoolmates Ashlee Brennan and Hannah Hall took second with their joint project....
  • Babies learn from the unexpected, Hopkins research shows

    Babies learn from the unexpected, Hopkins research shows
    Want to make your baby smarter? New research by the Johns Hopkins University has found that it may be as simple as throwing some surprises his or her way. All babies are born with some natural smarts, but youngsters learn more about the world when this...
  • Hopkins faces $1B lawsuit over role in government study that gave subjects STDs

    Hopkins faces $1B lawsuit over role in government study that gave subjects STDs
    Nearly 800 former research subjects and their families filed a billion-dollar lawsuit Wednesday against the Johns Hopkins University, blaming the institution for its role in 1940s government experiments in Guatemala that infected hundreds with syphilis,...
  • Beauty is in the shifting eye of the beholder

    Beauty is in the shifting eye of the beholder
    Angelina Jolie and Marilyn Monroe are classic beauties of the Western world. Experts say it's their symmetrical facial features that give an impression of attractiveness. In parts of Ethiopia, it's a lip that's been stretched around a plate that's...
  • School aid win-win

    With Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed reductions to Maryland's K-12 public schools largely reversed by the General Assembly, it's appropriate for lawmakers to boost opportunities for low-income students in private schools as well. Providing students real...
  • Online poker: Deal me in

    Online poker: Deal me in
    We don't outlaw cars just because people have accidents. Rather, we have automotive safety standards, rules of the road and consequences for reckless driving. Similarly, online poker should not be illegal just because there are computer security concerns....
  • Federal officials to visit JHU as part of sexual misconduct investigation

    Federal officials to visit JHU as part of sexual misconduct investigation
    Representatives of the U.S. Department of Education will visit the Johns Hopkins University this week as part of an ongoing investigation into how the school handles sexual misconduct cases, officials said. A letter sent to Hopkins students and...
  • City agency director has law firm with state contract on the side

    City agency director has law firm with state contract on the side
    The director of Baltimore's floundering CitiStat agency has been operating a private legal practice that works for state government under a contract that could be worth nearly $1 million, according to public records. Aides to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-...
  • West County: Local group celebrated read-in for Black History Month

    West County: Local group celebrated read-in for Black History Month
    In honor of Black History Month, the Anne Arundel County Chapter of the Continental Societies Inc. presented an African-American Read-In at Frank Hebron-Harman Elementary School in Hanover during the first week in February. The Continental Societies...
  • South River student wins county science fair

     South River student wins county science fair
    South River High School sophomore Ava Grounds won the grand award Thursday night at the 48th annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair, and South River juniors Ashlee Brennan and Hannah Hall took second with their project. Both...
  • Johns Hopkins student is daughter of blogger slain in Bangladesh

    Johns Hopkins student is daughter of blogger slain in Bangladesh
    The daughter of a prominent blogger slain in Bangladesh Friday is a Johns Hopkins University student, university officials confirmed Monday.  Freshman Trisha Ahmed is the daughter of Avijit Roy, an atheist who had denounced Muslim extremism and called...