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  • Timber Creek grads putting up good numbers at NCAA schools

     
    Three graduates from Timber Creek's softball program are having some pretty good seasons as freshman for their NCAA Division I college softball programs. Brittany MacFawn, who was the Central Florida softball player of the year last spring, is the only...
  • Timber Creek grad Brittany MacFawn throws her first collegiate no-hitter

     
    University at Albany pitcher Brittany MacFawn, who was the Central Florida softball player of the year last spring at Timber Creek, threw the first no-hitter of her collegiate career Wednesday afternoon in a 8-0 victory over Colgate. The game was...
  • Nosovitch wins Maxwell Club's Jim Henry Award; will be honored in AC on March 2

     
    Another day, another award for Central Catholic senior Brendan Nosovitch. Maxwell Football Club president Ron Jaworski announced on Wednesday morning that the Vikings' record-breaking quarterback has been selected as the MFC's 27th Jim Henry Award winner....
  • Howard County residents' college news

    Lauren Frenz, of Mount Airy, traveled to Honduras as part of a service learning program at Malone University, in Anton, Ohio. She is a senior majoring innursing. Afton Vechery, of Woodbine, earned a Bachelor of Science in business enterprise management,...
  • Doctors urge ban on fast food advertising to children

    Doctors urge ban on fast food advertising to children
    Fast food ads on TV are making American youth fatter and should be banned in children's programming, an influential group of doctors said Monday. "Congress and the Federal Trade Commission have to get tough with the food industry," said Dr. Victor...
  • UMBC women fall short against Albany, which goes to NCAAs

    A large, boisterous crowd, a big late-game opposing presence inside and some inability to make plays down the stretch was too much for UMBC to overcome as the University at Albany knocked off the Retrievers, 69-61, in the championship game of the...
  • Coast gives interim vice chancellor job permanently

    The Coast Community College District has made Andreea Serban its permanent vice chancellor of educational services and technology. Serban, who has served in the position on an interim basis since October, will officially become vice chancellor May 1....
  • More women judges on bench, group says

    Women continued to make small gains in the number of judgeship positions held nationwide this year — particularly in Maryland — though they’re far from reaching parity with men, according to a report released Monday. Roughly 27.1...
  • Edgewater DBs sign; Xavier Hicks headed to Albany (N.Y.), C.J. Stevens to North Dakota CC

    Edgewater senior defensive backs Xavier Hicks and C.J. Stevens have signed National Letters of Intent to play college football. Hicks, 6-foot-1, 175 pounds and ranked No. 89 on the Sentinel's Central Florida Top 100, signed with Division I-AA...
  • Syndrome Victims: EMFs Cause Symptoms

    Syndrome Victims: EMFs Cause Symptoms
    The explosive spread of electromagnetic fields across the world has undeniably spawned at least one disorder: electrosensitivity syndrome. Millions of people - most of them in Europe - say they suffer headaches, depression, nausea, rashes and other...
  • Electromagnetic field studies reach different conclusions

    Electromagnetic field studies reach different conclusions
    How could respectable scientists armed with the same data on electromagnetic fields end up on opposite sides of the spectrum? The studies themselves are largely to blame. The results are often ambiguous and hard to interpret. Some suggest a link between...