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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2013
As Ravens reserve safety Anthony Levine sprinted down the field, his eyes locked onto Pittsburgh Steelers return man Emmanuel Sanders. At the time, he didn't know about the positioning of the rest of the Ravens' coverage team or what kind of contact kicker Justin Tucker had made with the ball. All he knew was that Sanders had fielded a bouncing ball 7 yards deep in the end zone and had decided to bring it out. "We were running down, and my mind says, 'I'm going to make this tackle so we would get this stop, and let's go win this game,'" Levine said.
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FEATURES
By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2013
During a dark time in her life, Baltimore artist Meg Page sought solace by a pond and took the time to look into the eyes of nature. "There was this frog, and the specks of gold in his eyes were so spectacular that my heart lifted in the moment," she said. Also in that moment, nature changed from being her comforter to being her muse, and almost 20 years ago, the career of one of the country's great naturalist illustrators was launched. "It's all right here for us, this beauty.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2013
Presidents of the state's historically black colleges and universities said Tuesday that a federal court ruling ordering remedies for persistent segregative policies in Maryland higher education could result in new opportunities and resources for their campuses. "That could mean anything, it could mean Morgan could have a school of public health, it could mean Morgan could have a statewide center of nanotechnology," said Morgan State University President David Wilson, adding that he was still reviewing the opinion to determine its short- and long-term implications.
NEWS
October 3, 2013
An article in the Oct. 3, 1963, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian recognized the dedication of the newly built community college. In springlike atmosphere, the new Catonsville Community College was officially dedicated on Saturday, Sept. 26, in ceremonies held on the lawn in front of the old Hilton mansion, now the Administration building of the college. Two sidelights of major interest were noted on this occasion. County Executive Spiro T. Agnew made it clear that he favors spreading the county education upward toward the college level rather than downwards to kindergartners.
NEWS
September 5, 2013
An article in the Sept. 6, 1913, edition of The Argus eased concerns of a woman's well-being after a false report of boating accident. The report in the Baltimore papers Monday that Miss Annette Chase of Eden Terrace, who is spending the summer at Pine Orchard, near New London, Conn., had a narrow escape from drowning one day last week while canoeing, is without foundation. Miss Chase advises The Argus that her name was confused with that of a Miss Anne Chase of Waterbury, Conn., who, with two friends – Miss Plumb and Mr. Tate , of Waterbury, Conn.- were out in a canoe about a mile off the Montowese House, Indian Neck, when the canoe was overturned by the rough water.
NEWS
August 8, 2013
U.S. citizens were advised last week of a "credible and imminent" terrorist threat, but that news didn't make the front page of The Sun and was barely covered on the last page of the front section on Sunday ("Global security alert follows prison breaks," Aug. 4). We did, however, have the opportunity to read not one, but two, very lengthy articles about Jonathan Ogden's induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. One article made Page 1 of both the front and sports sections. Do Sun employees communicate with one another?
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2013
Newly appointed Anne Arundel County Police Chief Kevin Davis launched a Twitter page Monday, his first day on the job. Davis said in a statement that he is adding the his presence on Twitter to provide a look at the chief's activities and "show transparency to the residents of this county. " The new page expands the use of social media by the department, which already had Facebook and Twitter pages. To follow Davis on Twitter: @ChiefKevinDavis. Andrea.siegel@baltsun.com Twitter.com/andsiegel
NEWS
By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | June 30, 2013
Two local men were killed in separate motorcycle crashes over the weekend, authorities said. In the first crash, a Pasadena man crashed his motorcycle into the rear of a Jeep Grand Cherokee after speeding and weaving through lanes on Interstate 97 near Dorsey Road about 10:15 p.m. Saturday, Maryland State Police said. The driver, who was pronounced dead at the scene, was identified by State Police as Kenneth Page Hilliard III, 28. He was wearing no protective gear beyond a helmet, which was improperly secured and was found 100 feet from his body, State Police said.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
What happens in Toronto stays in Toronto. After being swept by the Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre this weekend, the Orioles quickly wanted to turn the page on their trip here. Just forget about it and move on. "The game is over with -- we can't go back in time,” center fielder Adam Jones said after the Orioles' 13-5 loss on Sunday. β€œIt's over with. We have the Indians [on Monday]. We can't dwell on this because the Indians are coming to town, and they are another great major league team.
EXPLORE
June 19, 2013
On page 6 of the June 13 Columbia Flier, on lower half of the page, the headline was "Howard Library System receives magazine's honor. " A very innocuous and deceptive lead to announcing that Howard County Library was named 2013 Library of the Year! Our library is designated number one out of 21,000 public libraries in the United States, Canada and Mexico by the well-regarded Library Journal and the Flier doesn't have even a banner notice on the front page, or an honest, congratulatory headline for the article?
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