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  • Anti-bullying program to be presented in South Carroll

    ELDERSBURG — "Rachel's Challenge," an anti-bullying assembly, will be presented at Oklahoma Road and Sykesville middle schools Wednesday, Oct 12, from 9 to 10 a.m. for students at Sykesville and 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. for students at Oklahoma Road. A...
  • 'Rachel's Challenge' will bring Columbine shooting victim's message to Hampton

    'Rachel's Challenge' will bring Columbine shooting victim's message to Hampton
    An anti-bullying program inspired by Columbine High School victim Rachel Scott will be presented in Hampton Dec. 6. “Rachel’s Challenge” is based on Scott’s legacy of kindness and has been presented at thousands of schools across...
  • 20 children among 26 victims of Connecticut school shooting

    20 children among 26 victims of Connecticut school shooting
    Dressed in black fatigues and a military vest, a heavily armed man walked into a Connecticut elementary school Friday and opened fire, shattering the quiet of this southern New England town and leaving the nation reeling at the number of young lives lost....
  • Timeline: Deadly Mass Killings

    A gunman at a Connecticut elementary school killed 26 people, including 20 children, on Friday. It is among the world's worst mass shootings. Here is a look at some others: The...
  • Horror of school shooting shocks local parents

    Horror of school shooting shocks local parents
    The day felt numb. News that 20 children were massacred Friday morning at an elementary school in Connecticut hit hard across the Chicago area, prompting parents to contact schools to check on safety procedures — or just to hear someone tell...
  • The death of innocence

    The death of innocence
    A nation weeps. At 9:30 a.m., a man in his 20s walks into an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., where his mother taught and proceeds to shoot and kill the equivalent of a filled classroom of people, most of them young children. It is the most...
  • Newtown Shooting Ratchets Up School Security Concerns Elsewhere

    Newtown Shooting Ratchets Up School Security Concerns Elsewhere
    School administrators in districts throughout Connecticut are reviewing their security systems and fielding calls from parents worried about their children's safety. Friday's killing of 20 young children and six adults by a gunman at the Sandy Hook...
  • Larson, Blumenthal, Among Others, Renew Call For Federal Ban On Assault Weapons

    Searching for a way to prevent future shootings like the one in Newtown, some of Connecticut's congressional representives on Sunday called for a national discussion that could lead to a resumed federal ban on assault weapons and other gun control...
  • Essential reading after Newtown: 'Columbine' by Dave Cullen

    When it comes to events like the recent school shooting in Newtown, Conn., there are knowns, unknowns and, already, mis-knowns. A photograph of Ryan Lanza circulated asserting he was the shooter, when in fact it was his brother, Adam Lanza. Their mother,...
  • El tema que no nos atrevemos a discutir

    Como parte del proceso de duelo posterior a una tragedia, los estadounidenses siempre quieren hablar — y hablar, y hablar. Es una lástima que tendamos a distraernos y hablar de las cosas equivocadas. Sucedió nuevamente después del tiroteo en...
  • City Lights: Thoughts on gunmen, victims and the media that reports them

    City Lights: Thoughts on gunmen, victims and the media that reports them
    It's rare that I remember a magazine cover a decade and a half later, but one that has stuck in my mind — and not in a good way — is the issue of Time from the week after the Columbine High School massacre. Anyone from the class of 1998,...