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  • One more album of Nazi-looted art is handed over to National Archives

    One more album of Nazi-looted art is handed over to National Archives
    In the closing days of World War II, the Monuments Men, whose story was depicted in the George Clooney film, recovered 39 photo albums of Nazi-looted art from a Bavarian castle. The albums were introduced into evidence at the Nuremberg war crimes trials...
  • Investing: Don't bet on dividends from Berkshire

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance For more than 45 years, Warren Buffett, the chief executive officer of Berkshire Hathaway (symbol BRK-B, $124), has declined to pay a dividend. A vocal group of shareholders would like that to change. But Buffett has...
  • Maryland cornerback Dexter McDougle drafted by Jets in third round

    Former Maryland cornerback cornerback Dexter McDougle was drafted by the New York Jets in the third round. McDougle missed the final nine games of his senior year with a fractured shoulder blade suffered last September. McDougle returned in time for...
  • Five questions for manufacturing advocate Brian Sweeney

    Five questions for manufacturing advocate Brian Sweeney
    Helping manufacturers in Maryland, where the sector has changed — and shrunk — dramatically in the last generation, takes a certain type of person. Like Brian Sweeney, an engineer and attorney who grew up in a factory. Sweeney is executive...
  • Participants needed for U. of Md. hearing study [Senior Circles]

    A friend of mine who is a federal retiree uses hearing aids. We meet once a month for breakfast at a restaurant, which sometimes can be very noisy, with clanging of pots and dropped dishes. These noises are bothersome to me but when they occur, I can...
  • After transfers, Terps coach Mark Turgeon still looking for a new guard

    After transfers, Terps coach Mark Turgeon still looking for a new guard
    More than a week after Seth Allen became the fourth Maryland player with remaining eligibility to leave the program since the season ended, Mark Turgeon is still trying to find another guard. The hope of getting an experienced point guard to back up...
  • Megan Armstrong and Kyle Askine

    Megan Michelle Armstrong, daughter of Mark and Trish Armstrong, of Ellicott City, formerly of Catonsville, wed Kyle William Askine, son of Karen and Joseph Lunz, of Havre de Grace, and Charles and Debbie Askine, who live in Jacksonville, on March 15,...
  • Searching the forest for the bees

    Searching the forest for the bees
    — Every week this spring, Pat Groller drove to remote Dorchester Pond and traipsed through the forest, bucket in hand, to check her traps. Her quarry: The mysterious bees that keep wildflowers blooming here year after year. "It's a trek, but I'...
  • Emergency construction underway on new, modern retaining wall after landslide

    Emergency construction underway on new, modern retaining wall after landslide
    Several steps away from the crumbling edge of East 26th Street in Charles Village, a construction worker slowly unrolled a long yellow measuring tape into a circular hole about the size of a sewer manhole lid. Foot after foot of the tape disappeared as...
  • Women's notebook: Even if Terps don't reign, they still rule NCAA history

    Women's notebook: Even if Terps don't reign, they still rule NCAA history
    Top-seeded Maryland rolls into the NCAA tournament looking to extend some of the most impressive streaks in any college sport. The Terps are in the NCAA tournament for a record 30th time and 25th consecutive time. No other women's lacrosse team has...
  • Gansler changes stance on Washington team's name

    At least one issue appeared to unite three Democratic candidates for Maryland governor on Wednesday night during the first of two televised debates before the June 24 primary election. Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and...