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Temperatures will be lowest Friday night, approaching 10 degrees.
February 3, 2023
In his first-ever varsity match, Brandon Beall starts the closing run with a second period fall; South Carroll suffers its first dual meet loss of the year
A playful TikTok video led to cyberbullying against Keylin Perez, the first Latina to be crowned Miss Coppin State University at the historically Black college.
Lynne Streeter Childress remembers the day her eighth grade history teacher was talking about the Constitution and the class spontaneously broke out in song from a 1975 episode of “Schoolhouse Rock.”
Small businesses can find ways to attract and retain employees despite a tight labor market and economic uncertainties, an entrepreur and owner of a Maryland small businees says.
Amya Goodsell scores 25 to lead the Cobras to their eighth straight win the UCBAC’s Chesapeake Division
Gov. Wes Moore says his cabinet selections reflect his commitment to assembling a talented and diverse team. Putting those cabinet secretaries in place is the first step toward rebuilding Maryland’s executive branch workforce, Moore said.
February 2, 2023
A comet with a funky green glow is visible from Earth right now, possibly for the first time in history. To spot it, start by looking for the Little Dipper.
February 1, 2023
The wrestling legacy of Scott, Chris and Matt Birth, which they received from their father Ed, has been passed down to the next generation
Former Cavaliers wrestler Anthony Winfield will lead the Cavaliers on an interim basis; top-ranked Mount St. Joe visits Thursday
As educators nationwide face new challenges in teaching about the Black experience, some area teachers are taking it upon themselves to ensure that students are learning about such studies.
Eagles win, 77-68, behind big night from Bass
Lightning keep pace in Howard County boys basketball behind junior’s 20 points
Top-ranked MSJ dominates at Ocean Lakes; previewing the Gaels vs. South Carroll; Toby Eveleth continues to honor his late coach; Queens of the Jungle
On Thursday night in Annapolis, these three gatherings might seem like unrelated events tied by a coincidence of calendar. But they were linked by the thread of gun violence in a small town, by people striving for change and by me. I followed the thread in hopes of finding some meaning.
January 31, 2023