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DATE INDEX | WHAT HAPPENED ON MAY 24, 1997
By Antero Pietila
Syria's fed up with 'Disneyland' Diplomacy: People in Damascus say the election of conservative Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu killed chances of a peace accord.
By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE
End to messy case Kelly Flinn: General discharge for Air Force lieutenant is wise resolution.
Ex-clerk at NSA is guilty of spying Former soldier sold secret documents to Soviets in mid-1960s
By Scott Wilson | Scott Wilson,SUN STAFF
Alliance planned for homeless, hungry Choice for leader angers Food Committee official
By Ernest F. Imhoff and John Rivera | Ernest F. Imhoff and John Rivera,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Marilyn McCraven contributed to this article
Election to test troubled France Once self-assured, electorate confronts fewer jobs, benefits
By LOS ANGELES TIMES
Senate's congratulatory tone on budget deal belies bickering Leaders leave for holiday without reconciling plan
By Karen Hosler | Karen Hosler,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Mission creep in Bosnia Albright initiatives: Secretary of State calls for greater U.S. efforts to unite the country.
Noted in brief
An AIDS vaccine? Bully pulpit: President's challenge provides valuable focus, but no extra money.
Africans running the show in Africa
By Daniel Berger
Gore, Glendening chew over politics at private lunch
By SUN STAFF
Baltimore Co. approves $1.5 billion budget Police, teachers get raises
By Larry Carson | Larry Carson,SUN STAFF
Arundel OKs $822 million budget without an increase in taxes Council cuts 3% raise for school administrators
By Tom Pelton | Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Andrea F. Siegel contributed to this article
Winds of May put chill on activities Unusual jet stream dip keeps the breeze up, the temperature down
By Frank D. Roylance | Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF
Florence "Flora" Pearce, 72, preschool employeeFlorence...
Elbridge Durbrow, 93, a career diplomat who saw the Soviet...
The longtime residents care, but does the city?
By GREGORY KANE
City gives teachers two days of leave Action to settle contract causesstaffing worries
By Jean Thompson | Jean Thompson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Stephen Henderson contributed to this article
Burned-out pharmacy to reopen nearby West Baltimore druggist may rebuild on corner
By Peter Hermann | Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF
Where's Karl Malden when we need him? 4 city workers pick up American Express checks and get not much thanks
By Jamie Stiehm | Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF
Maryland wetlands protected by state
School boiler was repaired improperly Valve that caused accident installed after inspection
By Marcia Myers | Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Jean Thompson contributed to this article
Stork brings many babies to the zoo Animals: Snow leopards, wallabies, prairie dogs and a dromedary have made their debut this spring at the Druid Hill Park facility.
By John Rivera | John Rivera,SUN STAFF
Graduates urged to strive for tolerance Mfume asks Goucher class to end sex, race divisions
By Mary Maushard | Mary Maushard,SUN STAFF
Holiday, hedonism, honors Weekend: Memorial Day, marking the unofficial start of summer for many, will feature traditional parades, gridlock to Ocean City and services to remember the nation's war dead.
By Tom Pelton | Tom Pelton,SUN STAFF
Are there too many museums in Baltimore -- or too...
'Not only did you make it, you flourished' At academy, Gore thanks 927 new U.S. officers
By Candus Thomson | Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Scott Wilson contributed to this article
Plan to sell park site abandoned Schmoke drops idea for Druid Hill section amid vocal opposition
By Eric Siegel and Marilyn McCraven | Eric Siegel and Marilyn McCraven,SUN STAFF
NAACP settles laid-off employee's lawsuit Group pays her $100,000, but admits no wrongdoing
By James Bock | James Bock,SUN STAFF
George D. Lisby, 62, Harford teacher, school board member
By Robert Hilson Jr. | Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF
Indians pop Key bubble in 6-1 win Cleveland deals lefty first O's loss with 6 runs on 10 hits in 4 1/3 innings
By Joe Strauss | Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF
Hits and misses
By Roch Kubatko
Howard abuzz with 22nd tourney College interest high for Columbia Invitational
By Lowell E. Sunderland | Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF
Boskie's patience rewarded vs. Indians Focused despite inactivity, ex-starter shines for 3 2/3
By Roch Kubatko | Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF
BaseballAngels: Placed P Mark Langston on 15-day DL...
Surface tension on clay Top seeds often fail to sprout at French
By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF
Duke cut from mold of '92 Princeton team Devils hope similarities extend to final result as they challenge in '97
By Jamison Hensley | Jamison Hensley,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Walton's return anything but happy Outfielder reinjures hamstring in 1st workout, mulls year-ending surgery
By Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss | Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF
Key can see chance for Class 1A win Wilde Lake and Howard close after Class 2A opener
By Jeff Seidel | Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Cloud over men's lacrosse Amid Final 4 hoopla, sport looks for ways to stimulate growth
By Paul McMullen | Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF
Park survives, bounces Mt. Carmel, 13-4 Teams play Wednesday for MIAA B championship
By Mark Hoeflich | Mark Hoeflich,CONTRIBUTING WRITER
Lighter Green a healthy sign Football: The Ravens say they are pleased with free-agent tight end Eric Green's rehabilitation from knee surgery and his weight loss. The next step is getting him under contract.
By Gary Lambrecht | Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF
Perfect game gives McDonough state title Crowell stifles N. Carroll for Charles County champs
By Glenn P. Graham | Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF
Vogt, Chesapeake top Gaithersburg, 5-2, for 4A crown 7-8-9 batters key factors in school's first boys title
By Pat O'Malley | Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF
Top seed, two second seeds upset in early state tourney play Randallstown's Harvey drops 1st match of spring
By Rich Sherr | Rich Sherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Ciena shares bolt 18% after topping forecasts Analysts upgrading estimates after profit spike for 2nd quarter
By Timothy J. Mullaney | Timothy J. Mullaney,SUN STAFF
GM plant workers get no promises Company doesn't commit to building future vans in Balto.
By Ted Shelsby | Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF
Pa. authority approves merger of BGE and Pepco OK was needed because firms own stations, lines in state
By Mark Guidera | Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF
Lockheed to oversee nation's phone numbering Defense firm selected as arbiter-overseer
By Greg Schneider | Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF
Hacker stole 100,000 credit card numbers Calif. man is charged with trying to sell data
By SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER
Convention center water line bursts 350,000 gallons soak into fixtures, ceilings, carpets
By Sean Somerville | Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF
AOL tests 'Buddy List' for use on Internet
A close encounter of the car kind
By ROB KASPER
Trekkies can say a fond farewell, again
By Chris Kaltenbach | Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF
Abstraction and human figure
By John Dorsey | John Dorsey,SUN ART CRITIC
Taken out of context Sorry: Ted Danson, Fuzzy Zoeller, then Art Modell. Who'll be next? Sun staff writer Arthur Hirsch is struck by a minor form of contemporary public art: The 1990s Apology.
By Arthur Hirsch | Arthur Hirsch,Sun staff
On The Edge Skating: The Next Ice Age is radically redefining America's ideas about ice-skating and dance. The Baltimore-based company performs at Kennedy Center next week.
By Linell Smith | Linell Smith,SUN STAFF
Macbeth is the weak point in 'Macbeth'
By J. Wynn Rousuck | J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC
Ozzy Osbourne's heavy thoughts Interview: The founder of Ozzfest '97 weighs in on musical torture, metal and menace.
By J.D. Considine | J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC
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