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  • We asked some Baltimoreans what they look forward to about the holidays other than the holidays. Here's what they said

    When it comes to the holidays, everyone knows the drill(s): turkey, Santa, lighting the menorah, Champagne, joining a gym, etc. But what often makes the holidays truly special and memorable are those little moments of togetherness and seasonal ritual, and...
  • A guide to City Paper's guide to Baltimore for college students

    Somehow Baltimore isn’t usually considered a “college town.” This despite the fact that we’re lousy with colleges, universities, etc., and that one of said universities, Johns Hopkins, is the biggest employer in the city. Maybe it&...
  • Salisbury women win CAC basketball title game in 2OT

    Salisbury women win CAC basketball title game in 2OT
    Anna Hackett had a game-high 26 points and host Salisbury outscored Mary Washington 8-3 in the second overtime to win the Capital Athletic Conference championship game, 74-68, on Saturday. Kathy Albornoz (Dulaney) made a jumper for a 70-68 Sea Gulls...
  • Four shot in Hillen neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore

    Four shot in Hillen neighborhood of Northeast Baltimore
    One man was killed and two were critically injured in a quadruple shooting Saturday afternoon on a residential street in Northeast Baltimore, police said. The shooting was reported about 3:45 p.m., and officers found the victims in the 4300 block of...
  • 3-pointers lift Coppin State to 88-77 win over Morgan State in men's basketball

    3-pointers lift Coppin State to 88-77 win over Morgan State in men's basketball
    The Coppin State men's basketball team loves to shoot 3-pointers. The Eagles have relied heavily on them throughout the season, and they again helped them to a victory Saturday. Sterling Smith scored a game-high 21 points and Taariq Cephas added 20 as...
  • Blast storms back on road to defeat Heat, 24-13

    Blast storms back on road to defeat Heat, 24-13
    The Blast rallied from a 9-2 first-quarter deficit to defeat the host Harrisburg Heat, 24-13, on Friday night and improve its Major Arena Soccer League record to 17-2. The Blast, which got back into the game with six unanswered points in the second...
  • Universities press Congress for fewer rules

    Universities press Congress for fewer rules
    Some of the nation's top university officials, including the chancellor of the University System of Maryland, are calling on Congress to roll back what they see as a byzantine and ever-expanding system of federal regulations that is costing schools...
  • Terps women rout Penn State for 19th straight win

    Terps women rout Penn State for 19th straight win
    The fifth-ranked Maryland women's basketball team knew before tip-off at Monday night's game against Penn State it would be receiving the Big Ten regular-season trophy in a ceremony following the final whistle. The Terps played with the moxie of not...
  • After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon

    After long delay in Antarctica, Kim Pursley finishes seventh marathon
    Running Although poor weather conditions kept her from the seven-day goal of her Triple 7 Quest series, Kim Pursley has returned home after successfully running seven marathons on seven continents. Pursley, 44, of Forest Hill was 20 minutes from landing...
  • Poly girls hold off Western rally, win city championship, 49-46

    Even though the scoreboard showed an 18-point lead for No. 6 Poly late in the first half of Tuesday night's Baltimore City Division I girls basketball championship, the Engineers figured no lead was ever enough against next-door neighbor Western. It...
  • Calling student scientists: still time to enter competition

    As the Towson-Timonium Kiwanis club prepares for its 60th Baltimore Science Fair, organizers are hoping to recruit a few more student scientists to submit their research. The competition, which will be held March 21-22 at Towson University, is open to...
  • Cake maker plans to open shop in Paradise

    Cake maker plans to open shop in Paradise
    A buzz is building for a new bakery that will soon open in the Paradise community of Catonsville. Taneka Weldon, 32, a former accountant who lives in Pikesville, said her phone has been ringing off the hook from people calling to ask when her business,...