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DATE INDEX | WHAT HAPPENED ON MAY 30, 1998
'Bulworth' satire misses the mark
By GREGORY KANE
Census will generate 2,000 jobs in Rosedale Temporary positions at information center will last about 2 years
By June Arney and Larry Carson | June Arney and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Liz Atwood contributed to this article
Robert Berney, 81, businessman, arts supporter
By Fred Rasmussen | Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF Library researcher Dee Lyon assisted with this article
Japanese film makes Tojo a hero Movie: Conservative elements in Japan provide a warm reception for the cinematic rewriting of history, but foreign governments protest.
By Jon Herskovitz | Jon Herskovitz,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Ex-Head Start director admits bilking program Restitution, 5 years of probation ordered
By Eric Siegel | Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF
Board OKs Howard school budgets Votes end long process marked by public outcry over proposed reductions
By Erin Texeira | Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF
City boy, 12, injured when bullet explodes after he sets fire to it
Trashing recycling a shortsighted move
Taking care of poor and of business Our Daily Bread faces dilemma common in downtown districts
By Gerard Shields | Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF
Pay me now or pay me later Prepaid tuition: State program is a vehicle for families to plan for the expense of college.
Political football?PERHAPS Baltimoreans should be...
Arnold woman injured as car she had pushed runs over her It rolled down driveway
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan | Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF
City councilman seeks evaluation of drug-free zones
By Gerard Shields | Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF
Grant enables city to hire more police Federal program creates 100 positions for community officers
By Susan Baer | Susan Baer,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Fight of Indians, ranchers over land in Brazil continues to draw blood Chief who led efforts of major native group is gunned down
By CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Wolf Mankowitz,73, a novelist and screenwriter whose...
A photo caption on Page 1C yesterday transposed the...
Pentagon to fault aide, clear Larson Probe is expected to raise questions about Scranton's role
By Neal Thompson and Tom Bowman | Neal Thompson and Tom Bowman,SUN STAFF
Girl convicted for role in drug death Westminster teen guilty of participating in sale of heroin in fatal overdose
By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF
Pioneers in DNA research honored by colleagues 2 Hopkins Nobelists sparked a revolution
By Douglas M. Birch | Douglas M. Birch,SUN STAFF
A suspect arrested and charged Thursday in connection with...
George F. Trunk, 75, IRS agent and World War II Navy veteran
By JIM HANER | JIM HANER,SUN STAFF
Rushing whiz kids to college early not always bestI read...
Woodlawn man sought in the rape of a...
By From staff reports
Sage advice to Orioles from second-grade pupilsThe...
Digging for long-lost life Clues: Sometimes, when written records don't tell the story, a shovel and sharp eyes will.
By Frank D. Roylance | Frank D. Roylance,SUN STAFF
Nursing home fails to report patient complaint of sexual assault to police orderly is charged
By Peter Hermann | Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF
Farmers stave off suburbia Preservation: Baltimore County farmers seek a share of $29 million in state money to protect agricultural land.
By Liz Atwood | Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF
Roy D. Gresham, 82, Baptist Convention directorThe Rev...
Ex-police officer gets 5 years in murder plot Defendant's evidence helped convict notorious drug dealer
By Michael James | Michael James,SUN STAFF
Conservatives' patriarch Barry Goldwater: An outspoken and engaging senator, he prepared the way for 'Reagan revolution.'
Woman fights deportation to Nigeria Mother foresees harm to U.S.-born daughter
By Sarah Pekkanen | Sarah Pekkanen,SUN STAFF
In this court, camera never lies Howard judge rejects pleas, fines drivers who ran red lights
By Caitlin Francke | Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF
Barry Goldwater, Mr. Conservative, dies at age 89 Arizona senator founded a movement that swept country
By Jules Witcover | Jules Witcover,SUN NATIONAL STAFF
Nine perfect years echoed in empty school halls Changes: After a bittersweet graduation, some classmates found a way to hold onto their memories.
By Jacques Kelly
150 years ago in The Sun May 30: The Washington National...
By Fred Rasmussen
Body Politics Who should represent the millennium - a man or a woman? The world watches Great Britain wrestle with the question as it creates a milestone statue.
By Fred Tasker | Fred Tasker,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
Putting in the backdoor screen is a rite of spring that has a lot of holes in it
By ROB KASPER
New 'Carmen' will rock opera world
Has baton, will travel Departure: While Edward Polochick will become conductor for the Lincoln (Neb.) Symphony Orchestra, he's leaving a foot in Baltimore.
By Sandra Crockett | Sandra Crockett,SUN STAFF
War put Solomons Island on map Isolation: The tiny village that grew from one man's failed oyster cannery gained prominence in World War II as a training site for U.S. troops.
By Fred Rasmussen | Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF
Tuned into 'voice of the century' Music: It's been nearly 40 years since his death, but tenor Mario Lanza's singing is enjoying a comeback.
By Rip Rense | Rip Rense,SPECIAL TO THE SUN
1998 All-Metro girls lacrosse teams HIGH SCHOOLS PLUS
By Katherine Dunn
Doctors propose video help line Now used with ambulances, it has saved critical time
By Jonathan Bor | Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF
Youth development plan takes shape Millions to be designated for programs, facilities
By Lowell E. Sunderland | Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF
Woods gives Kemper scare Limp briefly worrisome, but he's officially in field
By Don Markus | Don Markus,SUN STAFF
Avon calling women runners Clinics, workouts draw new racing participants
By Phil Jackman | Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF
Jordan falls -- so do Bulls Drive, free throws by Best push Pacers to a Game 7, 92-89
By Jerry Bembry | Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF
Wallace, 'Snake' strike at Dover Record claims pole
By Sandra McKee | Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF
Patriots cut Meggett, take '98 salary cap hit Off-field trouble likely contributed to decision
By BOSTON GLOBE
Leucadia emerges as new track player Investment firm has holdings worldwide
By Jon Morgan | Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer Tom Keyser and researcher Paul M. McCardell contributed to this story
Bets on Foreman Horse racing: The national industry is counting on a local lawyer to find a way to capture the minds and hearts of an indifferent sporting public.
By Tom Keyser | Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF
Alomar steers O's to fast lane Revived bat drives O's past Rangers, 6-3, for 5th win in past 6
By Joe Strauss | Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF
Hammonds shows he has right stuff Appreciated, comfortable, he shines both at plate, in 'his' spot in right field
By Bill Free | Bill Free,SUN STAFF
Key 'concerned' if he'll ever pitch again Lefty says he's unable to do 'anything' with shoulder
By Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko | Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF
Among cheers for Martinez, sigh of relief from Orioles
By Ken Rosenthal
Lucent acquires Landover-based Yurie
1 South St. might be offered in portfolio sale REIT is likely to buy Alex. Brown Building
By Kevin L. McQuaid | Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF
Port director shipping out for Oakland Yoshitani gets chance 'to expand my horizons'
By Kristine Henry | Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF
Stocks fall as computers weaken Dow industrials drop 70 points, to 8,899
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
Sierra acquiring Kaiser division Dallas-Fort Worth unit to increase buyer's Texas operation
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
BankBoston to buy Robertson Stephens Unit of BankAmerica will bring $800 million
By BLOOMBERG NEWS
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