Dates of Publication in the Baltimore Sun
FIND MORE STORIES ABOUT:
DATE INDEX | WHAT HAPPENED ON JULY 26, 1997
Ravens roll call
Crosland doesn't meet her match 19-year-old wins women's state amateur with ease
By John W. Stewart | John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF
Winston-Salem dumps Keys, 8-3
By FROM STAFF REPORTS
Wings' extension doesn't alter Kirk plan Minor-league boss still sees Triple-A team in Md. future
By Brant James | Brant James,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
BaseballBraves: Optioned P Chris Brock to Triple-A...
Yow gets repaid for turning Maryland in right direction
By John Eisenberg
Rookies, center get attention Scrimmage vs. Eagles gives Ravens first test
By Mike Preston | Mike Preston,SUN STAFF
D.C. United pulls out victory over Crew, 2-1 Etcheverry ties it late, then comes shootout win
By Lowell E. Sunderland | Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF DTC
Folau, Bierman draw front-line duties Ankle, knee injuries keep regulars Brown, Goeas from taking part in drills
By Gary Lambrecht | Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF
Botsford seeks win, place to earn trip to Australia
By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,SUN STAFF
Hits and misses
By Peter Schmuck
Johnson says he must win to return Reaching World Series only way to assure O's job security, he says
By Peter Schmuck | Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Joe Strauss contributed to this article
Twins deal O's 5-2 loss for the ages Molitor's 2 homers drive young Radke to 10th victory in a row
By Peter Schmuck | Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF
Yan seems to have turned corner, adding control to big-league fastball Split-finger major weapon as 6-0 mark lifts Wings
By Kent Baker | Kent Baker,SUN STAFF
Hall induction completes milestones for Shula Winningest coach joins legends today
By Vito Stellino | Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF
Golf legend Hogan, 84, dies Texan won 4 Opens, was only golfer to win 3 majors in one year
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
$1.5 million loan OK'd by state for union move
SmithKline, Md. company revise deal Human Genome, partner ease licensing provisions
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF
BGE-Pepco merger faces a key ruling Judge will decide who is to review $3 billion marriage
By Kevin L. McQuaid | Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF
Atlantic Coast to begin BWI-New York flights Oct. 1 Daily nonstop service will go to JFK airport
By Suzanne Wooton | Suzanne Wooton,SUN STAFF
Coastal monthly to fold in Sept. Financially troubled Mid-Atlantic Country can't find a buyer
By Liz Bowie | Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF
Pace eases as stocks' valuations stir unease Pharmaceutical issues decline, oil companies gain
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
Library should branch out
By Harold Jackson
Two former GOP chiefs have contradictory memories of loan Richards' testimony disputes Barbour's on foreign money
By Susan Baer | Susan Baer,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Because of inaccurate information from Baltimore County...
Incinerator firm loses battle over construction
By Marilyn McCraven | Marilyn McCraven,SUN STAFF
Volcker opens rift over Swiss accounts Chairman opposes class action suit
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE
28-year police veteran charged in shooting incident suspended Gun fired in his home after quarrel, officials say
By Chris Ewell | Chris Ewell,SUN STAFF
Edward U. Buddemeyer, 63, physicist, sailor
By Jamie Smith | Jamie Smith,SUN STAFF
Woman convicted in Cosby case Jackson found guilty of trying to extort $40 million from actor
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Small towns, big ideas
By Andrew Ratner
P. Henry 'Reds' Fetzer, 88, C&P Telephone executive
Speedway reaches critical intersection NASCAR: Baltimore County needs answers before proceeding on intriguing proposal.
In art, 'the psyche exposed' Labyrinth: Twenty years ago, Les Harris began creating stream-of- consciousness works. With little public notice, the effort continues.
By Jamie Stiehm | Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF
Police, robot disarm suspicious package Parcel mailed to judge held cooked blue crab
By Tom Pelton | Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF
Ashes of abused girl, 9, awarded to her sister Judge says other relatives must turn over remains for memorial service, burial
By Joan Jacobson | Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF
King's niece, NAACP differ on vouchers
By GREGORY KANE
Greenspan exuberance Strong economy: Upbeat words from Fed chairman mark sharp turnaround.
Mayor at the crossroads Future: Halfway through his third term representing Baltimore, Kurt L. Schmoke weighs his political, and personal, options.
By JoAnna Daemmrich | JoAnna Daemmrich,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
After the city and the state spent $1.4 million...
Man gets 24-year sentence in arson Two left dead in insurance scheme to burn rowhouses
By Scott Higham | Scott Higham,SUN STAFF
Jumpers get high on adrenalin Sport: A small, hard-core group of people called BASE jumpers live for the thrill of leaping off buildings, antennas, spans and earthly elevations such as cliffs.
By David Ferrell | David Ferrell,LOS ANGELES TIMES
Judge criticizes lawyer Murphy for lateness, delays case against him
By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF
Detention Center inmate stabbed by other prisoners Incident is latest violence at jail, two state prisons
By Ivan Penn | Ivan Penn,SUN STAFF
Unidentified man found dead in West Baltimore
Virgil Nichols, 86, longshoremanVirgil Nichols, a longtime...
Dora Maar,89, the dark-haired mistress and muse of Pablo...
Ellicott City site sought for sex offenders Operator would lease Taylor Manor unit to treat juveniles
By DANA HEDGPETH | DANA HEDGPETH,SUN STAFF
2 firms, Hopkins win $7 million Del. judge triples award over patents infringed by CellPro
By Greg Schneider | Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF
2 parties agree on 'Kidcare' program GOP-led Congress warms to health care for uninsured children
By Karen Hosler | Karen Hosler,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
The public demands answers about Rita Fisher's deathThe...
Tomato aspic back on menu Hopes high, Woman's Industrial Exchange to reopen Aug. 4
By Jacques Kelly | Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF
Solar-system series needs second Sagan Preview: Six-night television show on the Learning Channel tells all about the space where we live, but it lacks the starry-eyed passion the late astronomer brought to the subject.
By Chris Kaltenbach | Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF
By LAURA LIPPMAN | LAURA LIPPMAN,SUN STAFF
Season ends: Reflections on the pool dTC
By Rob Kasper
James Arness as a carrot-shaped alien? Hey, the idea works...
By Chris Kaltenbach
For those who burn to fight fires, or simply to drive the cool trucks Exhibit: Firehouse Expo is a three-day supermarket for the fire-conscious, full of gear, gadgets and great big, glamorous machines.
By Richard O'Mara | Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF
Index by Keyword
Index by Date
Terms of Service
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.