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Bullying

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  • William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies

    William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies
    William Donald Schaefer, the dominant political figure of the last half-century of Maryland history, died Monday after a "do-it-now" career that changed the face of Baltimore while bringing a new burst of energy to the city he loved. Mr. Schaefer was 89....
  • Man accused of reneging on Ravens appearances on Queen Anne's most-wanted list

    An Annapolis man accused of charging dozens of schools across the state to deliver Ravens players for assemblies then reneging without refunding the money has been placed on the most-wanted list in Queen Anne's County, where he has been charged with three...
  • FAMU students and alum address hazing incidents in new blog

    FAMU students and alum address hazing incidents in new blog
    A Florida A&M University alumnus and student journalists at the college have launched an independent website devoted to collecting reports of hazing past and present on "their beloved campus" — an effort that they say has elicited at least two dozen...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Christopher Brennan Maxwell, 35, who has addresses in the first block of West Inca Street and the 1800 block of Greencastle Drive in Rosedale, was arrested on a bench warrant...
  • Teen reads: Winter

    Teen reads: Winter
    "Ashfall" by Mike Mullin Tanglewood Press, 476 pages, $16.95 Ages 12 and up Apocalyptic books are always an entertaining diversion because they force you to imagine a dystopian future where society has gone horribly awry. Life, in most of these books, is...
  • The 'hot mess' of politics

    The 'hot mess' of politics
    A delightfully useful and versatile term has been floating around a lot lately: "hot mess." Usually it refers to a person, often (but not always) a woman, whose behavior is exceedingly self-destructive but who remains exceedingly compelling nonetheless....
  • Bullying suit against city schools goes to trial

    A city jury heard opening statements Thursday in a $1.3 million lawsuit in which parents allege that the school system was grossly negligent and failed to prevent their two children, including a special-needs student, from being bullied. School system...
  • Principal, special needs student testify in bullying trial

    A principal named in a $1.3 million lawsuit alleging that the school system failed to protect two students against bullying took the stand Tuesday, saying that bullying "has become a buzz word" and acknowledging that two attacks on the students, including...
  • Judge throws out 9 of 13 counts in bullying lawsuit

    Ruling that a $1.3 million lawsuit filed against the Baltimore school system was too broad, Circuit Judge W. Michael Pierson granted Wednesday the district's motion to throw out nine of the 13 counts, leaving a city jury to decide whether two principals...
  • Jury finds in favor of principals, school system in bullying lawsuit

    A lack of evidence led a Baltimore jury to rule that two principals were not negligent in a $1.3 million bullying lawsuit against the city school system, but jurors said they were also conscious of a snowball effect that could subject systems around the...
  • Principal accused in bullying case is a true professional

    In reference to your article about two principals sued for negligence in the alleged bullying of two students ("Jury finds in favor of principals, schools in bullying lawsuit," Dec. 23), I know and worked with Charlotte Williams years ago. She is...