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  • Thread, a Baltimore nonprofit, weaves students' lives together

    Thread, a Baltimore nonprofit, weaves students' lives together
    When Aisha Armstrong started her freshman year at the Academy for College and Career Exploration in Northwest Baltimore, she wasn't worried about making it through the next four years; she was worried about making it through the next day on $2...
  • First female Blue Angels pilot to perform at OC Air Show

    First female Blue Angels pilot to perform at OC Air Show
    This year's OC Air Show is loaded up with firsts, including the first ever international jet demonstration team and the inaugural performance of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. To add to the list, the Blue Angels' act will feature the group's first-ever...
  • "Annapolis 1865: Peace at Last!" St. John's presentation explores city after Civil War

    "Annapolis 1865: Peace at Last!" St. John's presentation explores city after Civil War
    For Annapolis History Consortium members Robert Worden and Jane McWilliams, a walk along West Street near the Naval Academy and St. John's College is more than just a leisurely stroll. They can't help but look around Annapolis and envision some of the...
  • College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal

    College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal
    NAVY WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Tuesday's Patriot League women's lacrosse quarterfinal between No. 3 Navy and No. 6 Holy Cross at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium will start at 5 p.m. The game initially been scheduled for 7 p.m. If Navy (12-4, 6-2 in the...
  • St. John's reigns supreme in annual croquet match

    It's been a tough couple of years to be a St. John's College croquet fan — at least if you were seriously concerned about who was winning the annual matches between the Johnnies and the Naval Academy for the Annapolis Cup. For many, the event...
  • Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives

    Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives
    The headline for a recent Times editorial called critics of the Obama administration's framework for a nuclear deal with Iran who raise questions not directly related to the nuclear issue itself "off-base." Of course, no rational analysis would conclude...
  • Hispanic organization's president leaves, successor named

    As she did for all board meetings at her home, Joyce Masterson made chili. But when she filled the slow cooker earlier this month, she had bittersweet emotions. It was her last meeting as president and CEO of the Organization of Hispanic and Latin...
  • College Roundup: Navy sweeps Lehigh in baseball

    College Roundup: Navy sweeps Lehigh in baseball
    NAVY BASEBALL: The Mids swept a doubleheader from Lehigh on Saturday in Patriot League action. In game one, Navy (29-13, 10-4 PL) got a one-hit, 11 strikeout performance from junior left-hander Luke Gillingham in a 4-0 victory before the Mids' bats...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley
    DAY TRIPPIN' •Century Day of Birding, birding spots from Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area to the Cherry Valley and the Pocono Plateau, May 16. $65, nonmembers; $50, members. Deadline: May 8. Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center,...
  • Around Broadneck: Of fairy shrimp and peepers – the vernal pools of Corcoran Woods

    Around Broadneck: Of fairy shrimp and peepers – the vernal pools of Corcoran Woods
    When Anne Arundel Community College professor Susan Lamont takes a stroll in Corcoran Woods, it is no casual jaunt. The professor, a member of the biology department, pulls on a pair of sterilized, heavy-duty knee-high rubber boots. Accompanied by...
  • Robert E. Sundius Sr., electrical engineer

    Robert E. Sundius Sr., electrical engineer
    Robert E. Sundius Sr., a retired electrical engineer who had a lengthy career in private industry and government, died March 31 at Stella Maris Hospice of complications from vascular dementia. He was 84. The son of Carl Edwin Sandius, an accountant, and...