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  • More than 500 mourn second train derailment victim at memorial

    More than 500 mourn second train derailment victim at memorial
    In a washed-out video projected on the wall of Bethany United Methodist Church at her memorial service Saturday, Rose Louese Mayr tumbled and fluttered in a dance portrayal of a girl with her eyes turned toward God. The dance put on display one of the...
  • Family remembers train derailment victim Rose Mayr as talented dancer, singer

    Family remembers train derailment victim Rose Mayr as talented dancer, singer
    In the days after her sister, Rose, died in a train derailment, Anna Mayr felt as if her younger sibling were upstairs sleeping while friends swapped stories on the family's Ellicott City porch until the early hours of Sunday. Anna Mayr, a May...
  • Travelers Takes Documentary About U.S. Debt On Tour To University Campuses

    Exactly four weeks before Americans choose their next president, The Travelers Cos. announced it has launched a national campaign to take its documentary about the national debt to university campuses across the U.S. Travelers has said the company is...
  • Wedding: Anya Trumler weds Edward Sebring

    Wedding: Anya Trumler weds Edward Sebring
    Anya Trumler and Edward Sebring announce their marriage May 30 in Nassau in the Bahamas. The bride is the daughter of Franz and Carol Trumler of Boelus, Neb. The groom is the son of Edward and Rita Sebring of Pylesville. The parents of the bride and...
  • Foose takes over as Howard superintendent

    Foose takes over as Howard superintendent
    Renee Foose's call to education came around the 10th grade, when she says she "fell in love" with biology class. From there, she began a circuitous route to her career, and sometimes she was literally behind the wheel. Among the jobs Foose took to pay...
  • Head of the Class: Awards and achievements for Carroll County students

    State Del. Susan Krebs of District 9B recently announced the award of state scholarships to graduating high school seniors in her legislative district. The Education Subcommittee of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce evaluated the students based on...
  • Head of the Class: area students honored

    Kelly Auxt, Angela Springer and Stephanie Yonowitz, of Owings Mills, graduated with a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Lisa Goldberg and Rebecca Harman, of Reisterstown, graduated with a master's degree in Counselor Education, and Michael...
  • 'Terrordome' describes teaching at a West Baltimore high school

    'Terrordome' describes teaching at a West Baltimore high school
    During Heather Kirn Lanier's two years in Baltimore as a neophyte teacher, she taught at a city high school that backed up against Mount Olivet Cemetery. She could clearly see tombstones from her classroom window. Each time Lanier took in the view,...
  • Despite reservations, college lacrosse coaches recruit younger and younger players

    Despite reservations, college lacrosse coaches recruit younger and younger players
    As you watch Ryan Conrad zip around the lacrosse field, dodging defenders and pounding the net with an endless variety of shots, it's easy to forget his age. Talk to him on the phone, however, and the Loyola High sophomore sounds like, well, a high...
  • Wendell Garrett dies at 83; 'Antiques Roadshow' appraiser

    Wendell D. Garrett, a historian and authority on American decorative arts who was widely known for his appearances as an appraiser on the long-running PBS series "Antiques Roadshow," has died. He was 83. Garrett died Nov. 14 of natural causes at a...
  • Eastern Shore poultry pollution trial winds up

    Eastern Shore poultry pollution trial winds up
    Lawyers squared off one last time Friday in a packed Baltimore courtroom to wrap up the long-running trial of a bitterly contested pollution lawsuit with ramifications for water cleanup efforts and the poultry industry in Maryland and nationwide. Jane...