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  • Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon

    Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon
    For someone who just picked up cross country, Indian Creek's Rachael Hughen must be a quick study.
  • Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather

    Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather
    Broadneck High School seniors Trevor Hawkins and Paul Hicks, both 18, have been friends since early grade school. Trevor has been in Scouting since he was in kindergarten. By fifth grade, he'd cajoled Paul to join, too. Both became members of Boy...

    Chris Paul wins NBA Cares Community Assist award for April

    Chris Paul wins NBA Cares Community Assist award for April
    Chris Paul received the NBA Cares Community Assist Award presented by Kaiser Permanente for the month of April. The award recognizes his contributions to his community through the Chris Paul foundation, which was founded by the Clippers' point guard...

    Allergist

     Allergist
    Dr. Manav Singla is an adult and pediatric allergist and immunologist at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. He is also a partner at Asthma, Allergy & Sinus Center and clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School...

    Teen of the Week: An exceptionally good sport is headed to Elon

    Teen of the Week: An exceptionally good sport is headed to Elon
    Call it serendipity. Top colleges from Pennsylvania to North Carolina were eager to recruit Maddie Olfson. The 17-year-old Galesville resident is a senior at The Key School who is highly ranked for her athletic talent and academics. Yet, while on a...