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  • Friday's 12/12 local schedule (updated Thursday AM)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball English Family Classic (in West Palm Beach, Fla.): Florida National vs. St. Francis, 5 Apprentice at Northwood, 7 Wrestling UMBC Duals (in Baltimore): Including: Apprentice vs. Naval Academy Prep School, 6 Apprentice vs....
  • Red Devils forward George Kiernan fearless around the hoop

    Red Devils forward George Kiernan fearless around the hoop
    Practices can get pretty intense between Hinsdale Central senior teammates George Kiernan and Matt Rafferty. Kiernan has the scars to prove it. During a scrimmage two summers ago with the Chicago Lockdown, 6-6 Kiernan attempted to dunk on the 6-8...
  • Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech

    Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech
    After Cincinnati lost three straight games in which its defense allowed nearly 50 points per game, head coach Tommy Tuberville dubbed them the “Bad News Bearcats”. His team took that moniker to heart and responded with seven straight victories...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU's Brown earns third consecutive All-American honor

    COLLEGES: Men’s soccer: Jalon Brown, Christopher Newport’s all-time leading goal- and point-scorer, was named a Division III All-American for the third consecutive year. The Grafton High graduate was a second-team forward for the second...
  • Dollree Mapp dies at 91; arrest led to landmark search warrant ruling

    Dollree Mapp dies at 91; arrest led to landmark search warrant ruling
    On May 23, 1957, three police officers arrived at Dollree Mapp's Cleveland duplex, looking for a man they believed had been involved in a bombing. Mapp, a streetwise woman who knew her rights, refused to let them in without a search warrant. They didn't...
  • Maryland nonprofits investing in offshore accounts

    When the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Johns Hopkins University and other Maryland nonprofits want to maximize the money they can spend in pursuit of their missions, they do what many wealthy individuals and businesses do. They open investment accounts...
  • Local Army alums know all about 'living in enemy territory'

    Local Army alums know all about 'living in enemy territory'
    The 115th Army-Navy football game will be played just 25 miles from the United States Naval Academy on Saturday, so it's probably natural to view the game at M&T Bank Stadium as a home date for the Midshipmen, even though the Army has a very significant...
  • Peter J. Vogelberger Jr., nuclear engineer

    Peter J. Vogelberger Jr., nuclear engineer
    Peter John Vogelberger Jr., a retired nuclear engineer and past president of Teledyne Energy Systems who headed the development of devices used in 1970s space exploration, died of undetermined causes Sept. 7 at his Lutherville home. He was 82. Born and...
  • 'Something very special' about Army-Navy

    'Something very special' about Army-Navy
    As he opened the broadcast of ESPN's College GameDay on Saturday morning from the Inner Harbor, ESPN's Chris Fowler said, "All of us are so proud to be here." The popular Saturday morning television show, launched in 1987 and hosted by Desmond Howard,...
  • Peter Schmuck: New coach gives Army hope in one-sided Army-Navy rivalry

    Peter Schmuck: New coach gives Army hope in one-sided Army-Navy rivalry
    The pomp and ceremony that surrounds the annual Army-Navy Classic is certainly something to behold. The march-on by the Corps of Cadets and the Brigade of Midshipmen is worth the price of admission, and just about everything else that goes on over the...
  • Retiring Newport News Shipbuilding exec leaves enduring legacy

    Retiring Newport News Shipbuilding exec leaves enduring legacy
    The slide rule was still in vogue when Danny Hunley arrived at Newport News Shipbuilding, and the Navy didn't have enough nuclear-powered aircraft carriers to amass a fleet. The year was 1974, and the Mathews County resident had joined the company as...