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  • Three dead in crash on I-83 ramp onto outer loop of beltway

    Three dead in crash on I-83 ramp onto outer loop of beltway
    Three people were killed in a single-car crash on a ramp at the intersection of two major Baltimore freeways Tuesday afternoon, State Police said. Early investigation suggested the vehicle was traveling southbound on Interstate 83 when, for reasons which...
  • Spotlight on golf event Fairway to Life longtime volunteer [Lutherville-Timonium]

    Every golf season, local women's golf groups play for an incredibly worthy cause, called Fairway to Life, which benefits the Breast Care Center at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center. As a participant in the program and a co-chair of a...
  • Innovative creations at Riderwood in Art Goes Green [Towson]

    Riderwood Elementary School is welcoming spring with an explosion of Earth-centered art and environmental accolades. A full year of lessons and projects about the earth and environmentalism culminated in the school's 6th annual art show on April 29. Art...
  • For Preakness Day, Monkton man rounds up the big horses

    On the wall next to Coley Blind's desk in the back corner of the Pimlico racing office is a small framed black-and-white photograph of the legendary race horse Citation, the day of his walkover in the 1948 Pimlico Special. A walkover usually only...
  • Ellicott City resident prepares to call Saturday's Preakness

    If you go the Preakness this weekend, odds are you'll recognize the voice calling the race. That's because the voice belongs to Dave Rodman, who has called the Preakness — and every other horse race at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course, except...
  • The 'spin' isn't the story [Letter]

    The 'spin' isn't the story [Letter]
    Maryland ranked third in a recent Gallup poll with residents who would "prefer" to leave the state in which they reside if they were able to do so. Naturally The Sun put its own spin on that very clear finding ("Maryland's unhappy residents," May 9)....
  • Ralph W. Miller, mechanical engineer

    Ralph W. Miller, mechanical engineer
    Ralph W. Miller, a retired mechanical engineer who had been a founding partner of a Baltimore engineering firm, died May 8 of heart failure at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 91. The son of Edward A. Miller, a cemetery...
  • Though 'Chrome' is from California, he has blood ties in Maryland, too

    Though 'Chrome' is from California, he has blood ties in Maryland, too
    He's a West Coast prodigy, but California Chrome's roots reach deep into Maryland. Both the dam and one grand-dam of the Preakness favorite were foaled and raised on a 70-acre farm in Chestertown. The owners, Tom and Chris Bowman, couldn't have imagined...
  • The Sun Remembers: May 18-24

    May 18, 1996: Pat Day becomes the first jockey to win the Preakness three straight times as Louis Quatorze leads all the way after finishing 16th at the Kentucky Derby. May 22, 1976: Though his school has no track facilities, Aberdeen's Jerome Deal...
  • NetworkForGood.com raises $10M, buys GiveCorps

    NetworkForGood.com raises $10M, buys GiveCorps
    A company that helps nonprofits raise money has landed a $10 million investment and is acquiring Baltimore-based competitor GiveCorps for an undisclosed sum. Network For Good, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., has created a for-profit subsidiary...
  • Wood floors grow in popularity as options expand

    Wood floors grow in popularity as options expand
    Last fall, when Dennis and Misty Glorioso renovated the Sykesville home they bought from Misty's father, one of their immediate priorities was to add hardwood floors. The house, which was built in the early 1980s, was chopped up into several small rooms...