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July 7, 2014
I've been a physician on the medical staff of St. Agnes Hospital since 1965, and since that time, there has been a significant change in the needs of those whom the hospital serves ( "Some neighbors unhappy as plans coalesce for Cardinal Gibbons," July 1). Regardless of those needs, St. Agnes, in the mission of Saint Elizabeth Seton, has remained committed to provide not just health care but living assistance to our patients. The doctors, nurses and administration of the hospital reach out to its community for support in that effort.
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From Sun staff reports | October 12, 2014
No. 4 Mount Saint Joseph had to play the first half of its game against St. Mary's-Ryken on Saturday without the services of running back Nevone McCrimmon because the senior was taking his SAT at Franklin High School. McCrimmon returned to take the field in the second half and the Gaels (6-1) increased their 14-0 halftime to 41-14 in a rout of the Knights (4-2). McCrimmon had two touchdown runs in the third quarter of 31 and 12 yards. Gaels cornerback Davante Maura led the defense with two interceptions, one in each half.
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NEWS
June 17, 2013
Rental space is available for St. Nicholas Church's community yard sale, Sat., June 29, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., rain or shine, at 8603 Contee Road. Rental spaces are $20 each. A limited number of tables are available for rent at additional $5 each on a first-come, first-served basis. Hot dogs and sodas will be sold at the yard sale For rental information, contact Corinne Rémy, corini167@gmail.com or 202-207-7849.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
When : Friday, 4 p.m. Where : St. Paul's Coaches : Sean Murphy, Archbishop Curley; Paul Bernstorf, St. Paul's Last meeting : St. Paul's won, 19-14, last year KEY PLAYERS TO WATCH Archbishop Curley : RB Deonte Harris, Sr.; RB Marty Costes, Sr.; DT Elijah Grover, Sr.; LB Kiyon Brandford, Sr.; QB Cyrus Boardman, Sr; TB Shawn Fenner, Sr. St. Paul's : QB Anthony Pino, Sr.; DB-WR Allan Koikoi, Sr.; C-DL...
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
St. Mary's College of Maryland, whose president will step down at the end of the month amid an admissions crisis, announced an interim replacement Monday. Ian Newbould, who has served as president of three universities throughout his 30-year career, will assume the post Aug. 1. He replaces Joseph Urgo, who served as president at St. Mary's, a public honors college in Southern Maryland, since 2010. Urgo asked the board of trustees not to renew his contract when it expires this month.
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By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2011
When a star cardiologist at St. Joseph Medical Center was accused of performing hundreds of unnecessary medical procedures in 2009, it changed the course of the Towson hospital and now raises questions about its future. St. Joseph plans to narrow its search for a new "strategic partner" in coming weeks, but analysts say it may not offer enough new paying patients and other immediate financial benefits to outweigh the liabilities - including hundreds of lawsuits and declining revenue.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2014
Twice a year, in March and November, St. Leo the Great, a Roman Catholic parish in Little Italy, hosts a ravioli and spaghetti dinner fundraiser. And every year, volunteers gather at the parish's former school building to prepare tens of thousands of ravioli. Take a look at scenes from a past marathon ravioli-making, and meatball-making, session at St. Leo's. It's almost ravioli time at St. Leo's [Pictures]    
NEWS
September 20, 2013
St. Paul's will put its 14-game winning streak on the line Friday afternoon in Brooklandville when the Crusaders host Landon School at 4 p.m. The reigning Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference champs, who were unbeaten in 11 games last year, are led by a rock-ribbed defense spearheaded by senior linebacker Keifer Rawlings and a prolific offense featuring junior quarterback Anthony Pino, senior halfback Kaylon Johnson and senior...
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2011
It is the time of year when families across the country commit to turning off screen devices for a week and engage in activities that they hope will keep the practice from being, well, a turn-off. St. John's Lane Elementary School PTA is taking part, launching TV-Turnoff Week from April 3 to 9. Their efforts will be two weeks before national Screen Free Week, because St. John's Lane PTA parents sought to give youngsters a chance to use their televisions, computers, cellphones, iPods, video games and other devices during Howard County's spring break (April 16-25)
NEWS
February 13, 2003
IT'S EASY TO FALL in love with St. Petersburg. The baroque palaces alone are breathtaking, glistening along the Neva River and its innumerable canals. Then there is the spirit of Peter the Great's creation - bold, enterprising, rebellious. With such inspiration, it's no wonder St. Petersburg ranks among the world's top cultural capitals. Starting today, Baltimoreans will have an extraordinary chance to sample those riches. With events that will continue through March 2, more than 60 area arts organizations are joining to celebrate St. Petersburg's 300th birthday.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
When the No. 1 McDonogh boys soccer team is playing rival St. Paul's and in desperate need of a goal, it knows who to turn to: junior defender Michael DeShields. With the game scoreless in the final minutes of the second overtime on Wednesday, DeShields made his way in front of the Crusaders' goal to find a corner kick sent in by Tunde Akinlosotu. DeShields got a little higher than No. 5 St. Paul's goalie Conor Brown, heading home the game-winner with 3:54 left for a 1-0 win. Sound familiar?
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
Upset victories can be the turning point in a team's season, and Salisbury may have found its defining moment of the 2014 campaign in Saturday's 37-34 overtime stunner against then-No. 6 St. John Fisher. But coach Sherman Wood wants to make sure that the Sea Gulls (2-2 overall and 1-1 in the Empire 8 Athletic Conference) don't let the win go to their heads. “What we have to be careful about here is overconfidence,” Wood said Wednesday morning. “We had a great win against Christopher Newport at their place at night in front of a packed house [in the season opener on Sept.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | October 7, 2014
The long diagonal run from St. Paul's senior Nate Hall started before midfield and didn't end until he got past the 18-yard mark. Most times, such an effort would finish with a goal from the All-Metro striker, but circumstances were much different this time: The Crusaders had been caught flat-footed against McDonogh earlier this season, and the No. 1 Eagles were set to cash in on a quick counter. Hall sprinted back to the defensive third to disrupt that plan. Supplying offense is Hall's primary role for No. 5 St. Paul's (7-2-1)
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The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
No. 3 Gilman 69, No. 13 Archbishop Spalding 40: The host Cavaliers (2-4) put together two scoring drives to take a 14-7 lead with 5:43 left in the first quarter. But the Greyhounds (4-2) scored 49 unanswered points to take a 56-14 lead at the half. Kai Locksley rushed for three touchdowns and threw a 26-yard touchdown pass. No. 12 Archbishop Curley 53, Chesapeake-BC 0: The host Friars (5-0) opened a 41-point first quarter with a 76-yard opening kickoff return by Deonte Harris and rolled past the Bayhawks (1-4)
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia and For The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Location: Talbot County's Eastern Shore, about 10 miles west of Easton. Kent Island and Chester are to the north, and Cambridge is to the south. Average property listing price: $361,000, according to Babette Farrell, a Realtor at Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. in Stevensville. Homes for sale range from $160,000 to $4.5 million. Population: 3,521 for ZIP code 21663, according to bestplaces.net. The history: The area now known as St. Michaels began in the mid-1600s as a trading post for tobacco, fur and timber.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
McDonogh's No. 1 football team put a dent in No. 4 Mount Saint Joseph's best start in 20 years Thursday night, feeding off its stellar defense for a 24-0 victory in the Eagles' first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game. The host Eagles, the defending A Conference champions, scored 14 unanswered points in the first quarter, sparked by a couple of big defensive plays, to deal the Gaels their first loss of the season. On the Gaels' first drive, Eagles linebacker Wyatt Cook, last season's All-Metro Defensive Player of the Year, forced a fumble and defensive end Michael Cornwell recovered it. The Eagles needed just four plays to drive 54 yards for their first touchdown less than three minutes into the game.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2012
Timmy Hardy and Mike Bonacci are playing together on the St. Mary's attack for the first time this season, but you wouldn't have guessed that Wednesday night at Severna Park. Hardy, a freshman, finished with five goals and an assist, and the senior Bonacci scored once and assisted on four of Hardy's tallies as the No. 5 Saints came away with a 9-7 win over the Falcons. Trailing 7-6 midway through the fourth quarter, the Saints (3-2) scored the game's final three goals to pull out the win with Hardy scoring the tying and game-winning goals and assisting on the insurance goal.
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SportsDirect | September 28, 2014
Tyler Clark scored from a yard out with 29 seconds remaining as host Norfolk State beat Morgan State, 15-14, on Saturday for the Bears' eighth straight loss in the series. Eric Pittman finished with 81 yards rushing on 16 attempts to pace Norfolk State (1-4, 1-1 Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference), which stopped a six-game losing streak dating to last season. Brendon Riddick ran for 64 yards and Clark added 28 as the Spartans amassed 240 of their 303 total yards on the ground. Herb Walker Jr. rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown while freshman wide receiver Orlando Johnson added a fourth-quarter touchdown run for Morgan State (2-3, 0-1)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
Gilman quarterback Kai Locksley considered the beginning of the third quarter the pivotal time for his Greyhounds Friday afternoon, even though they had a lead on St. Frances at the break. The No. 3 Greyhounds started the game with 21 straight points, only to watch No. 12 St. Frances cut the lead to five on a couple of big plays in the final minutes of the first half. Locksley, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound quarterback committed to Florida State, guided Gilman on a long scoring drive to open the third quarter and that sparked a 42-16 victory over the visiting Panthers in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference opener for both teams.
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