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Special to The SunThough the Westminster boys lacrosse team has made a habit of advancing deep into the playoffs in recent years, few expected the Owls to be a factor in the Carroll County title race this spring. Coach Jeff Doolan's team entered this season facing the...
Tags: Basketball, Education, Lacrosse, Sports
Sun reporterHis brother Jim is more familiar to his newest players, but news of John Harbaugh's ascent to the Ravens' head coaching vacancy was well received by several players last night. "I'm excited that we have a coach," running back Cory Ross said. "Now we...
David Teel"An uncapped season isn't going to hurt us," said Tennessee Titans center Kevin Mawae, president of the union. "The sky's the limit (on salaries)." Starting to make their case for a larger share of revenue, the union released a study that estimates...
Allentown Morning CallConsumers are complicated. Economists once assumed consumers make rational, prudent money decisions based on their economic self-interest. Recent studies show that is simply false. It turns out consumers can be tricked into buying, they make poor choices...
Tribune staff reporterThe magazine is in mint condition, and Jerome Jackson carries it almost everywhere. The white lettering and red trim make the date jump off the cover: August 15, 1994. That's the year Time magazine profiled Lake Providence, La., painstakingly poring over...
Sun reporterThe Frederick County scientist who killed himself days before federal prosecutors reportedly planned to charge him with five murders related to the 2001 anthrax attacks had been under suspicion for more than a year and was recently accused of making...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Elijah E. Cummings, Murder, Terrorism
One of the nation's top biodefense researchers has died in Frederick, apparently in a suicide, just as the U.S. Justice Department was to file criminal charges against him in the anthrax mailing assaults of 2001 that killed five, the Los Angeles Times has...
Tags: Death, U.S. Department of Justice, Government, Anthrax, Health
(AP) - A second person has died as a result of an incident in Madison that's being investigated as a homicide by Indiana State Police. Police say 20-year-old Ranear Kirksey has died as a result of his injuries. Kirksey had been in critical condition at...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Colleges and Universities, Murder, Health
Sun reportersFriends and colleagues expressed shock yesterday that Bruce E. Ivins - an award-winning scientist who played guitar in his church folk group - would kill himself after being targeted in a federal anthrax probe, even as a contrasting portrait emerged of...
Tags: Death, Employees, Depression, Health, Justice System
Tribune staff reportersBrightly colored children's bracelets and necklaces line the display case of a Chinese manufacturer in this factory town. Adorned with mini school buses, sandals and other charms, the jewelry sits ready to be sold to foreign and domestic buyers. It also...
As the MHSAA playoff pairings were announced on Sunday night, I realized that several area teams have received draws that will allow them to play for State Titles at Ford Field on Thanksgiving weekend. Last season only 2 schools made the trip to Ford...
247-4636Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin received the Motorola Coach of the Year award as voted on by fans. Goes to show the power of the Steelers' rabid faithful. The NFL's official Coach of the Year honor went to the Atlanta Falcons' Mike Smith. Miami's Tony...
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