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  • School Notes: dean's list, graduations, acceptances and fellowships

    The following students received the dean's award for the fall semester at Colgate University: Crownsville: Kathryn Deaton, a peace and conflict studies major, is a graduate of Indian Creek School. Severna Park: Stephen Paolini, a biology-undeclared...
  • School Notes: fellowships, acceptance, alternative spring break, dean's list, graduations

    Emma Perdue of Grasonville, a freshman at McDaniel College, is among the 2018 class of Global Fellows. McDaniel's Global Fellows program is a structured three-year program open to freshmen and designed to enhance their understanding of global issues,...
  • Guest Column: The last salute: Tending the graves of the fallen

     Guest Column: The last salute: Tending the graves of the fallen
    How often do you drive past the serene, orderly Annapolis National Cemetery at 800 West St. without thinking about it? Maybe on Memorial Day you notice that each white gravestone has been decorated with a small American flag. You may wonder: Who takes the...
  • Boy Scout To Install Equipment To Monitor Pilot Transmissions At Plainville Airfield

    Boy Scout To Install Equipment To Monitor Pilot Transmissions At Plainville Airfield
    PLAINVILLE — A Boy Scout's Eagle project should make it possible soon for people parked at the town's airport to hear live radio traffic from pilots taking off and landing. Equipment being installed, approved by town aviation officials, will...
  • Q&A: Morton Grove's candidates for village trustee

    Q&A: Morton Grove's candidates for village trustee
    To help voters differentiate among the four candidates running for three seats in the April 7 election, we asked them these 10 questions. Why are you running for trustee? What is your education and professional experience, and does it give you any...
  • NY Boy Scouts hire gay Eagle Scout despite national policy

    The Boy Scouts' New York chapter said Thursday that it has hired the nation's first openly gay Eagle Scout as a summer camp leader, a direct and public challenge to the national scouting organization's ban on openly gay adult members. The Boy Scouts'...
  • UMBC interns help seniors access food and language skills

    When she came back from eight months studying abroad in China, Molly Bradtke of Columbia wanted to find a way to continue to practice her Mandarin in real-world situations. The UMBC Asian studies major found that outlet at Columbia’s Longwood...
  • At 90, Troop 324 still a study in character development

    At 90, Troop 324 still a study in character development
    When Page Beers became Highland Park's first Eagle Scout in 1925, scouting organizers couldn't have foreseen that future Boy Scouts would be able to earn merit badges in digital technology, computer programming or robotics along with traditional...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Colchester Business Association Tag Sale COLCHESTER - On Sunday June 14, The Colchester Business Association 34th Annual Tag Sale on the Green is coming. Early Bird signup rate of $30 for members is available until Tuesday, May 5. After which the costs...
  • Oswego sixth-grader creates winning sandwich

    Oswego sixth-grader creates winning sandwich
    Take a slice of pepper jack cheese, leaf lettuce, chipotle pepper, tomato, bacon and ham along with mayonnaise and avocado spread, add a dill pickle and a 12-year-old hockey fan, and what do you have? It's the "Hockey Special" by Oswego's Teegan Mathey,...
  • LGBT anti-discrimination bill passes Utah state Senate

    LGBT anti-discrimination bill passes Utah state Senate
    A landmark bill that would ban discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the workplace and housing market, while also protecting religious rights, won approval Friday in the Republican-controlled Utah state Senate. The...