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  • Jamie Janosz on 'When Others Shuddered'

    Jamie Janosz on 'When Others Shuddered'
    In writing her first book, "When Others Shuddered: Eight Women Who Refused to Give Up," Jamie Janosz sought to redress a historical void that has denied heroic women of Christian faith their due. Certainly, the names of these women — Fanny Crosby,...
  • Conservatives vs. liberals in the cultural war

    Conservatives vs. liberals in the cultural war
    The "culture wars" have been a feature of American politics for almost a century, but recently a number of commentators have declared their end. Conservatives have lost, swept aside by a wave of enthusiasm for marriage equality and sexualized mass...
  • Settlement sought in free speech case by Christian student at TNCC

    Settlement sought in free speech case by Christian student at TNCC
    HAMPTON — The Virginia Community College System will suspend its policy for on-campus student expression as it works to settle a lawsuit filed in March by an evangelical Christian student at Thomas Nelson Community College. The 23-member community...
  • Edythe E. Evans, dental instructor

    Edythe E. Evans, dental instructor
    Edythe E. Evans, a retired University of Maryland dental clinic instructor who was active in her church, died April 9 of Alzheimer's disease at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. She was 83. The daughter of Ernest Evans, a Baltimore & Ohio...
  • Speaker calls on Lebanese parliament to elect president on April 23

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese parliament speaker Nabih Berri called on Wednesday for parliament to elect a new president on April 23, in a race overshadowed by growing violence and political paralysis. President Michel Suleiman's six-year term ends in late...
  • Syria fighting leaves Maaloula, a historic Christian town, in ruins

    Syria fighting leaves Maaloula, a historic Christian town, in ruins
    MAALOULA, Syria — From the debris-strewn front garden of the Safir Hotel, Syrian military commanders barked orders to troops taking cover in the smoke-shrouded maze of streets below. "If you hear any movement, throw hand grenades immediately!" a...
  • A year after explosion, West is on the mend

    WEST, Texas Two flags, tattered by an explosion blocks away, have flown at half-staff at the Emergency Medical Services station since shortly after a fertilizer mixing operation blew up April 17, 2013, devastating this quiet Central Texas town and killing...
  • Forget the Frock pushes T-shirt as an Easter outfit

    LEXINGTON, Ky. Emily Fox had her moment of inspiration for Forget the Frock while shopping for Easter outfits. Somewhere amid the dresses and bows and shoes and light cardigans and white purses the full Easter family-picture experience she asked...
  • Community: Hard hats off to the beautiful businesses in town

    Community: Hard hats off to the beautiful businesses in town
    Glendale Beautiful continues to inspire owners of businesses and apartment buildings to keep up their exterior spaces with its annual awards program. This year's awards went to Doran Gardens, 831 W. Doran St.; Montrose Christian Montessori School, 2545...
  • School uniforms: Yet another time-wasting 'issue' for school board

    School uniforms: Yet another time-wasting 'issue' for school board
    Never mind that the Lake County School District spent countless hours in 2012 talking about whether to require students to wear uniforms to class. Never mind that hundreds of parents turned out to town hall-type meetings and special sessions in which...
  • Raymond E. Callegary, attorney

    Raymond E. Callegary, attorney
    Raymond Ernest Callegary, an attorney who practiced in downtown Baltimore for nearly 60 years, died of a brain hemorrhage Saturday at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88 and lived in Timonium. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Ernest Callegary, a barber...