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Bruce R. Jennings Sr., 70, legendary sports-car racer
By Fred Rasmussen | Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF
Rats spotted on TV nothing new at Lexington Market Health inspectors finding rodents there routinely
By Marcia Myers and Rafael Alvarez | Marcia Myers and Rafael Alvarez,SUN STAFF
'The decor is on the plate' Wilhelm's: The quaint, family-run restaurant holds fast to its 1930s ambience even as Baltimore County looks to beautify the district.
By Joe Nawrozki | Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF
Rat-borne illness found to be inner-city hazard Flulike disease had been considered solely a rural threat
By Frank D. Roylance | Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF
A chart in the Business section of The Sun on Jan. 25...
An incorrect price was listed in Thursday's Live section...
Mfume sent two messages about Supreme Court Justice Thomas
By Hanley J. Norment
Officials implicated in war crimes run Bosnian Serb town International donors have given $3 million for reconstruction
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
IMAX theater proposed at resort Entertainment center suggested to revive Ocean City center
By Dail Willis | Dail Willis,SUN STAFF
Curran asks Assembly to separate gambling, tax cut 0...
By From staff reports
Demolition derby hits the city's past
By Antero Pietila
10 more schools in city failing Additions bring total of troubled schools in Baltimore to 50
By Jean Thompson and Mary Maushard | Jean Thompson and Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF
Judicial role in hiring forbidden by new order Chief judge clarifies anti-nepotism policy
By Kate Shatzkin | Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF
New groups blocked from joining specialty license plate program Assembly panel named to review guidelines for organizational tags
By Marina Sarris | Marina Sarris,SUN STAFF
Children need time away from televisionThree cheers for...
GOP hints at hardball on 2 posts in Cabinet Clinton prepared to fight for Herman and Lake
By Susan Baer and Mark Matthews | Susan Baer and Mark Matthews,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Jackson falls on his face by calling Rodman a victim
By GREGORY KANE
This old hall needs some fixing Dilapidation: Since City Hall was renovated in the 1970s, Baltimore's house of government has fallen into disrepair, from frayed furniture to rats in the front bushes.
By JoAnna Daemmrich | JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN STAFF
Making criminals pay More law enforcement aid: Baltimore looking at bail bonds fee similar to Prince George's.
Rena G. Hoffberger, 94, volunteer, philanthropistRena G...
Hyphenated-American foreign policies
By Daniel Berger
Tapes lead Cohen to order a probe of 'blood pinning' New defense secretary calls for investigation after Marine incidents
By Gilbert A. Lewthwaite | Gilbert A. Lewthwaite,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Texas-born drug lord gets 11 life terms for smuggling Criminal also must pay $128 million in fines
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Balto. Co. jail probe ordered Officer hired inmates as security guards
By Liz Atwood | Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF
Pet cemetery owner ordered to pay clients who didn't get markers, ashes
By Dana Hedgpeth | Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF
Less tolerance in Armenia Getting tough: Re-elected president of isolated country exhibits autocratic tendencies.
Rowdy 'guests' crash conference center at hotel
By Robert A. Erlandson | Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF
Zeppelin plans to revive airship Ancestor: A relative of the man who designed the ill-fated Hindenburg and other airships is planning to build a tourist version.
By Mary Williams Walsh | Mary Williams Walsh,LOS ANGELES TIMES
Man accused in Howard rape says he was buying cocaine Defendant testifies that rings were trade for drug
By Caitlin Francke | Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF
Town center for Cherry Hill Unusual deal: Catholic Charities will revitalize community's aging shopping center.
In search of housing court remedy Nightmare: City task force pushes four bills to combat widespread housing abandonment.
Mourners note 'common enemy' -- crime Korean-Americans hold motorcade
By Michael James and James Bock | Michael James and James Bock,SUN STAFF
U.S. magistrate judge retires with a record Goetz held job longer than anyone in nation
By Scott Higham | Scott Higham,SUN STAFF
HIV carriers deficient in vitamin B12 appear to get AIDS faster, study says Hopkins research finds a link worth pursuing
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
Hot-hand 'Man' arrives in town Boys basketball: Tiny Colonel Richardson's Albert Mouring, who scored 62 in a game earlier this season, shoots for respect at the Charm City Classic today.
By Brant James | Brant James,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Frustrated St. Mary's pummels John Carroll Daniels helps No. 3 Saints end skid with 59-42 win
By Bill Free | Bill Free,SUN STAFF
Bandits, T'blades in dead heat, 4-4 Baltimore loses lead, but tie stops 7-game skid vs. Ky.
By Mark Maloney | Mark Maloney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
UM women's guard Gibson likely out for season
By Milton Kent
No. 3 St. Frances buries Loyola after Karcher enters, leads 34-7 run Eagles continue four-day, four-game stretch tonight
By Bob Clark | Bob Clark,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Sonics hold off Bullets 4-game Western swing starts with 97-95 loss
By Jerry Bembry | Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF
Melton scores 29, leads Severn over McDonogh Eagles unable to pull off second straight upset
By Pat O'Malley | Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF
Meade runs away from Broadneck in 2nd half Mustangs capitalize on 26 turnovers in 58-47 win
By Rich Scherr | Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Eagles reportedly to hire ex-Brown Lombardi
By PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
36 by Todd stifle Howard, as Hammond girls win in OT No. 1 Seton Keough romps for 15th straight victory
By FROM STAFF REPORTS
Owls pull a 'Houdini,' dodge Gaels Towson Catholic wins, 61-58, led by Johnsons
By Derek Toney | Derek Toney,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
BaseballBlue Jays: Agreed to terms with OF Mike Aldrete on...
Furyk shoots 65, swings into lead 'Funny' stroke no joke in Pebble Beach event
By Paul McMullen | Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF
Wake adds Woods to trees 7-0 frosh makes repeat a taller order for Terps
By Don Markus | Don Markus,SUN STAFF
Classic loses its charm for Dunbar, Lake Tourney head blames Wade, rival event for the 2 not participating
By Lem Satterfield | Lem Satterfield,SUN COLUMNIST Sun staff writer Kent Baker contributed to this article
Kraft: No. 1 or no deal Parcells resigns
By Vito Stellino | Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF
Doner lands Bush Brothers account
Children's Hospital shifts direction Facility plans to focus on primary medicine
By M. William Salganik | M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF
City, resort hoteliers win state awards
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER
Rouse files with SEC to sell securities worth $400...
Report pushes U.S. stocks forward Citicorp, Anadigics and Chase Manhattan get boost
By BLOOMBERG BUSINESS NEWS
Lutheran World Relief will move headquarters here 25 more jobs for city, and further evidence of a trek to Baltimore
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF
Sinclair Group buying KUPN-TV of Las Vegas $87 million outlay provides entry into rapidly growing market
By Bill Atkinson | Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF
Jos. A. Bank considers moving headquarters from Hampstead Growth creates a space squeeze
By Lorraine Mirabella | Lorraine Mirabella,SUN STAFF
A Woody Allen night
By Chris Kaltenbach | Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF
One of TV's finest hours, and a half Preview: Everything about 'Breaking the Code' on 'Masterpiece Theatre' -- its acting, its writing and its directing -- cries out for superlatives. It's just terrific.
By David Zurawik | David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC
Curtain goes up on new theater Rebirth: Seven partners bring dusty movie house back to life, hoping a bill of serious black films will restore its luster as a cultural center.
By Janice D'Arcy | Janice D'Arcy,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Step Right Up Sideshow: With endless fascination and no apologies, James Taylor lovingly chronicles the lives and times of 'human oddities.'
By Michael Ollove | Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF
Play 'MST3K' for me, fans say Preview: The show that loves to poke fun at bad movies is getting new life on the Sci-Fi Channel.
By Chris Kridler | Chris Kridler,SUN STAFF
Wall outlet goes in with shocking ease
By ROB KASPER
Neither class nor job beats 'Star Wars'
By Stephanie Shapiro | Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF
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