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  • Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, family physician

    Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, family physician
    Dr. Kenneth B. Kochmann, a former social worker who became a physician later in life, died March 8 of multiple myeloma at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 63. The son of German immigrant parents — his father was a traveling salesman and his mother a...
  • Newsmakers of the Year: Whalen and Dicterow shake up City Council

    One newcomer to local politics and one veteran were featured in news stories from the day they announced their candidacies for City Council until the day they were installed. There are similarities between newly seated councilmen Robert Whalen and...
  • Saturday's local interest college football roundup: Norfolk State breaks through for first victory

    Norfolk State gained its first victory of the season Saturday, beating Morgan State 27-21 in Baltimore in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opener for both. Tyler Clark completed 18 of 28 passes for 125 yards and two touchdowns for the Spartans....
  • John C. 'Jack' Hornor, 68

    John C. 'Jack' Hornor, 68
    John C. "Jack" Hornor, a naval architect and marine surveyor who once inspected the Constellation to ensure the venerable ship was still seaworthy, died Oct. 1 of brain disease at Hospice of Queen Anne's in Centreville. He was 68. "Jack was an excellent...
  • Ann M. Rayner, Laureate director

    Ann M. Rayner, Laureate director
    Ann M. Rayner, who worked for Laureate Education Inc. in Baltimore for a decade, died Oct. 4 of brain cancer at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. She was 53. Ann Marie Ritter was born in Waterloo, N.Y., and raised in Seneca Falls, N.Y., where she...
  • Ghanaian poet Kofi Awoonor among victims of Nairobi mall attack

    Ghanaian poet Kofi Awoonor among victims of Nairobi mall attack
    Ghanaian poet Kofi Awoonor, one of Africa's most distinguished literary figures, was among the scores of people killed by Al Qaeda-aligned terrorists who attacked a busy shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, over the weekend. Awoonor, 78, was killed Saturday...
  • Notebook: USILA, officials reach temporary agreement

    Notebook: USILA, officials reach temporary agreement
    The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association notified Division I athletic directors and coaches by email Wednesday afternoon that it has reached an interim contract agreement with the Collegiate Officials Committee that is effective...
  • Paul Umansky, Sinai Hospital spokesman, opera lover

    Paul Umansky, Sinai Hospital spokesman, opera lover
    Paul Umansky, an opera lover, occasional actor and, for more than two decades, the public voice of Sinai Hospital, died March 27 at the Gilchrest Center. He was 81, and died following a three-year bout with multiple myeloma. "He was a great guy," said...
  • Pat Candon has not let reserve role dilute his impact for Stevenson

    Pat Candon has not let reserve role dilute his impact for Stevenson
    When attackman Stephen Banick broke his left leg in Stevenson’s loss to Salisbury in an NCAA tournament semifinal on May 20 and then sustained an unrelated, undisclosed injury in the preseason that will likely force him to miss the current campaign,...
  • After loss at Roanoke, Cantabene wants Stevenson to play with anger

    After loss at Roanoke, Cantabene wants Stevenson to play with anger
    Paul Cantabene was not entirely sure how the Stevenson players would react after dropping a 14-13 overtime decision to Roanoke on Tuesday night. But as the No. 3 Mustangs prepare to dip back into Middle Atlantic Conference play with a visit from...
  • Washington College not using last year as motivation for Saturday's tilt with Dickinson

    Washington College not using last year as motivation for Saturday's tilt with Dickinson
    Washington College’s remarkable turnaround last season absorbed a little bit of a blow when the team fell to Dickinson, 11-6, in the title game of the Centennial Conference tournament on May 6. It was the second-to-last game as the Shoremen lost...