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  • Coppin criminal-justice professor Michael Berlin says community policing can help cure Baltimore

    Coppin criminal-justice professor Michael Berlin says community policing can help cure Baltimore
    Michael Berlin, a Coppin State criminal-justice professor who looks a little like Albert Einstein, came to Baltimore more than 40 years ago to study pre-med at Johns Hopkins University. He only lasted about three weeks in that program and eventually graduated with a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree in psychology, but it was a criminal-justice course which involved ride-alongs with police officers that most influenced his life. When he graduated—after he spent some time “bumming around Europe”—he joined the Baltimore Police Department.
  • Hampton University receives grants to establish two new centers

    Hampton University receives grants to establish two new centers
    Hampton University received two grants recently that will give a boost to two areas of study by creating new centers at the school. NASA awarded a $5 million grant that will create research opportunities. It's designed to take under-represented students...

    Barbara J. Cantori

    Barbara J. Cantori
    Barbara Joan Cantori, a retired University of Maryland medical research coordinator who was active in Baltimore's anti-highway-building movement, died of pancreatic cancer June 13 at her Hunting Ridge home. She was 81. Born Barbara Joan Nye in Boston,...

    Love of history a family affair for Fort McHenry employees

    When kids from around the region descend on Fort McHenry this weekend to learn how to act and sound as Baltimoreans did during the Civil War, it will mark the twelfth year the Ertel family has participated in the fort's living history programming. The...

    Clarksville Picnic will have something for everyone [Clarksville]

    The 137th annual Clarksville Picnic on the grounds of St. Louis Church is ready to roll on June 27. You'll find midway games, a silent auction, white elephants, hay rides, raffles, face painting and more. Little ones love the Swan ride. There will be pony...