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A lawyer for Louis Angelos, who has sued his mother and brother over control of the Orioles, the law firm and other asse...
11/28/2022
Lawyer representing Peter Angelos in his family’s fight over his fortune has conflicts of interest, son Louis’ attorney says

A lawyer for Louis Angelos, who has sued his mother and brother over control of the Orioles, the law firm and other assets of his father Peter Angelos, says the attorney appointed to represent the incapacitated family patriarch should be disqualified.

A lawyer for Louis Angelos, who has sued his mother and brother over control of the Orioles, the law firm and other assets of his father Peter Angelos, says the attorney appointed to represent the incapacitated family patriarch should be disqualified because of conflicts of interest.

Because not all students return home for Thanksgiving — due to distance or financial constraints — area universities too...
11/24/2022
When home is halfway across the world: International, food-insecure students make new Thanksgiving traditions

Because not all students return home for Thanksgiving — due to distance or financial constraints — area universities took steps to ensure no one goes without a warm meal who wants one, adapting their dining halls and food pantries for those staying.

Because not all students return home for the Thanksgiving holiday — due to distance or financial constraints — area universities took steps to ensure no one goes without a warm meal who wants one, adapting their dining halls and food pantries for those staying.

Towson University football announced Monday morning that it would not bring back Rob Ambrose after 14 years as head coac...
11/21/2022
Towson football relieves Rob Ambrose of coaching duties

Towson University football announced Monday morning that it would not bring back Rob Ambrose after 14 years as head coach, nine as assistant coach and three years as quarterback.

For the first time in 26 years, Rob Ambrose will not be linked to his alma mater after he was not retained by Towson despite finishing the 2022 season on a four-game winning streak for the program’s first winning campaign since 2019.

Rising costs for everything from turkey to cans of pumpkin are putting a strain on budgets as the country continues to d...
11/21/2022
Rising costs are nibbling at Thanksgiving budgets this year in Baltimore

Rising costs for everything from turkey to cans of pumpkin are putting a strain on budgets as the country continues to deal with burgeoning inflation rates.

Rising costs for everything from turkey to cans of pumpkin are putting a strain on budgets as the country continues to deal with burgeoning inflation rates.

Towson capped a stellar season that included a four-set upset of then-No. 7 Pittsburgh in September by becoming only the...
11/20/2022
Towson volleyball continues run, sweeping Delaware for fourth straight CAA championship

Towson capped a stellar season that included a four-set upset of then-No. 7 Pittsburgh in September by becoming only the third program to win at least four straight conference titles.

Towson capped a stellar season that included a four-set upset of then-No. 7 Pittsburgh in September by dropping just one set in three Colonial Athletic Association Tournament matches and becoming only the third program to win at least four straight conference titles.

The investigation found the Archdiocese of Baltimore failed to report many allegations of sexual abuse, conduct adequate...
11/18/2022
Maryland AG report: ‘No parish was safe’ from ‘rampant sexual abuse’ in Baltimore’s Catholic archdiocese

The investigation found the Archdiocese of Baltimore failed to report many allegations of sexual abuse, conduct adequate investigations and remove abusers from their posts or restrict their access.

The investigation found the Archdiocese of Baltimore failed to report many allegations of sexual abuse, conduct adequate investigations, remove abusers from their posts or restrict their access.

More than 1 in 8 victims of gun violence taken to hospitals in Baltimore and surrounding counties involved children ages...
11/17/2022
1 in 8 victims of gun violence taken to Baltimore-area hospitals is a child, a grim picture made worse by the coronavirus pandemic

More than 1 in 8 victims of gun violence taken to hospitals in Baltimore and surrounding counties involved children ages 10 to 19, a Sun analysis of five years of hospital data painting a grim picture of gun culture made worse by the coronavirus pandemic.

A Baltimore Sun analysis of hospital data found 1 in 8 gun violence victims was a child, a grim picture of gun culture made far worse by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hillcrest Elementary School, Catonsville, MD
South Rolling Road --
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Everywhere you go
Catonsville --
"Christmas isn't a season. It's a feeling."
—Edna Ferber
Catonsville, MD --
"If you haven't got a penny, a ha' penny will do
If you haven't got a ha' penny then God bless you."
-- A' Soalin'
No hate in 21228.
Maryland University broke housing leases in March throwing kids into the streets. The Courtyard at University of Maryland broke the student’s 2019-2020 lease that was supposed to last until July. Base on the building being unfit and not safe due to the Coronavirus. Now with the Coronavirus much worse than it was in March, they are forcing kids to pay the full year 2020-2021 lease when they cannot even use the facility due to fear of the Coronavirus and all their classes are now on-line. This is not fair to the children. If you feel the same way I do. please share this and pass it onward. The Governor of Maryland is silent on this, but someone needs to speak up. -Gregory St. James Mundy-
Maryland University broke housing leases in March throwing kids into the streets. The Courtyard at University of Maryland broke the student’s 2019-2020 lease that was supposed to last until July. Base on the building being unfit and not safe due to the Coronavirus. Now with the Coronavirus much worse than it was in March, they are forcing kids to pay the full year 2020-2021 lease when they cannot even use the facility due to fear of the Coronavirus and all their classes are now on-line. This is not fair to the children. If you feel the same way I do. please share this and pass it onward. The Governor of Maryland is silent on this, but someone needs to speak up. -Gregory St. James Mundy-
CATONSVILLE, MD -- Char Brooks, a Catonsville resident and retired art teacher, today came to Hillcrest Elementary School to join students in creating peace and love art.
People stopped by to join the students in their grassroots social justice art movement.
CATONSVILLE, MD (June 18, 2020) — Students at Hillcrest Elementary School today recreated their Black Lives Matter wall messages after an
off-duty police officer washed away their original messages.
They wrote the chalk messages because they want black students to feel welcome when they return to school.
CATONSVILLE, ND --
"Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race."
-- H.G. Wells
Catonsville High School is a highly rated, public school located in Baltimore County, MD. It has 1,783 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1.
Resilience in Catonsville, MD.
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