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  • Christie announces bid for GOP presidential nominee

    LIVINGSTON, N.J. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie launched a bid for the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday, betting that his blunt brand of politics and promise to campaign on big ideas will overcome conservative skepticism and a vulnerable...
  • Christie, stressing life story, launches uphill bid for president

    LIVINGSTON, N.J. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie formally launched his presidential candidacy Tuesday, kicking off what is predicted to be an uphill bid for the Republican nomination by drawing on his modest New Jersey beginnings. In the gymnasium of...
  • Mercer, Schwarzmann part of US team

    Last weekend was a grueling one for hundreds of women's lacrosse players hoping to earn spots of the U.S. national team, and at the end of the three-day tryout two former county standouts made the cut. Century graduates Alice Mercer and Katie Schwarzmann...
  • D'Huy Engineering expands with four new principals, and other company news

    D'Huy Engineering expands with four new principals D'Huy Engineering Inc. has recently redefined and reinforced its commitment to clients based on its mission of "exceptional people pursuing remarkable results." Current principals M. Arif Fazil and...
  • Campus News: Graduations, scholarships, dean's list and more

    Campus News: Graduations, scholarships, dean's list and more
    Five county residents were among the 72 Maryland students with disabilities will receive scholarship awards in honor of their achievements from the Michael Cardin Scholarship Committee of the Maryland Association of Nonpublic Special Education Facilities....
  • Norman E. Ross

    Norman E. Ross
    Norman Everett Ross, the longtime director of the city's Cultural Arts Project and organizer of the AFRAM festival, died of congestive heart failure May 27 at Seasons Hospice. The Randallstown resident was 84. "He was a strong advocate for retaining...
  • Stephanie Deisher-Timothy Senkewicz

    Stephanie Deisher-Timothy Senkewicz
    Mark and Maureen Deisher, of Eldersburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Deisher, of Catonsville, to Timothy Senkewicz, of Catonsville, son of John and Deirdre Senkewicz, of Tinton Falls, N.J. The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of...
  • Brian Higgins, UIC professor and Melville scholar, dies at 71

    Brian Higgins, UIC professor and Melville scholar, dies at 71
    Brian Higgins, professor of English for decades at the University of Illinois at Chicago, was renowned for his scholarly research on 19th-century American author Herman Melville. "He was really the last great Melvillian (scholar) of the 20th century,"...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 10 Sunday market The farmers' market opens for the season at Oakland Mills Village Center, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia. The market, open 9 a.m.-1 p.m., continues through Nov. 22. Monday, May 11 Wiggleworms Little ones up to age 5 can...
  • Degree Of Deception: When A Doctorate Is Just A Credit Card Away

    Degree Of Deception: When A Doctorate Is Just A Credit Card Away
    When I finally made the decision to pursue my Ph.D., I faced an immediate dilemma: Should I fork over the extra $75 to graduate summa cum laude with a nearly perfect GPA? That, anyway, is the going rate for top grades at California South University,...
  • Technology aids 'peeping Toms,' makes trauma worse for victims

    Technology aids 'peeping Toms,' makes trauma worse for victims
    Emma Shulevitz said she wonders whether she's being watched whenever she uses a public restroom. The 28-year-old Rockville resident was among the women who used a changing room at the National Capital Mikvah, a Jewish ritual bath in Washington, D.C.,...