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  • Dancers from Egan School in Rodgers Forge to perform in St. Patrick's Parade

    "Hop. One, two, three, four. Back. One, two, three, four." In the basement at St. Pius X Catholic Church at 6428 York Road in Rodgers Forge, 12 girls and one boy practiced Irish dance for Baltimore's upcoming St. Patrick's Day parade. "What do you...
  • Forty students enter their race cars in the Oakleigh 500 [Loch Raven]

    By the time the kids are in fifth grade, many school volunteers find it time to go back to work and are no longer able to volunteer. Not so for Ron and Wendy Duncan. But then again, they're not parents of elementary students, they're grandparents!...
  • Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall

    Conrad's Seafood still finding its footing in Perry Hall
    The Conrad's seafood empire is expanding, and it's taken restaurant form. Conrad's Seafood Restaurant is the newest member of the Conrad's seafood family of businesses, which includes a popular seafood store in Parkville, a crab deck at Ripken Stadium...
  • Heroic Exploits

    Heroic Exploits
    Randy Myers might technically be in the business of selling books, but he says he doesn’t fret the impact the Internet or e-readers is having on the business, recently opening his second Collector’s Corner comic book shop in February in...
  • Words we want to hear after every senseless shooting [Letter]

    Words we want to hear after every senseless shooting [Letter]
    After reading your article about city police Sgt. Keith Mcneill's shooting, two things went through my mind ("Police scour Baltimore for suspect in shooting of fellow officer," March 16). First, a prayer that Sergeant Mcneill makes a full and speedy...
  • Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home

    Services suspended, offices closed, workers sent home
    Workers at Fort McHenry emerged shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday to post the sign: "Closed until further notice. No Entry. No trespassing." Over the next hour, joggers and cyclists pulled up to the gate, stopped, read the notice and turned around. Finally,...
  • Pope's merciful words are Christ-like

     Pope's merciful words are Christ-like
    The article ("Conservatives cringe at the new pope's words," Oct. 20) begs the proverbial question, "What would Jesus say or do?" For the answer, all one has to do is look to Pope Francis. The new Pope is the most Christian (Christ-like) Pope since...
  • Pressure to remain unbeaten does not apply to Johns Hopkins football

    For the third consecutive season and for the fifth time since 2003, the Johns Hopkins football team has opened the year with a 6-0 overall record and a 5-0 mark in the Centennial Conference. Accompanying that success is mounting pressure to maintain...
  • Some Nights, The City's Just Too Full

    Night 1: My story begins on July 18, when Justin Bieber performed in Hartford, when I interviewed Stephen King on the stage of the Bushnell, when the Riverfest fireworks, postponed because of the rising river, exploded over the city, when a road race...
  • In face of tragedies, Character Crew members promote kindness at school [Towson]

    Recent tragic incidents of school violence continue to place the issues of bullying, cyber bullying and school safety at the top of nearly every education agenda around the country. Towson-area schools and organizations are establishing environments where...
  • Brown just got my vote

     Brown just got my vote
    I am not a big Martin O'Malley fan, so when Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown announced he would be running for governor I was hoping to see some credible candidates run against him. Unfortunately, Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler — at least...