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By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,sun reporter | July 15, 2007
Starting tomorrow, people trying to fight off Howard County police should beware. If a red laser dot appears on your chest, you might get zapped with a Taser, a stun gun that delivers a knee-buckling jolt that may be linked to deaths. A small fraction of the county's force - 25 officers - will arm themselves with the devices. The County Council voted, 4-1, to approve the deployment in March. "After a certain time period, the bad guys will know Tasers," said Sgt. Bob Wagner, who helped run eight-hour training sessions last week for the officers carrying the weapons.
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HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker and By Andrea K. Walker | July 31, 2012
Women will have access to free health services for certain procedures under health care reform that go into affect tomorrow. The health benefits, a result of the Mikulski Women's Preventive Health Amendment, guarantee that women will receive, at no cost, an annual women's health exam to screen for the leading causes of death among women. It also requires all health plans to cover comprehensive women's preventive care and screenings with no copayments. Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski joined other Congressional Democrats Tuesday in announcing the new services.
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NEWS
September 8, 1994
Starting tomorrow, the Religion Notes column will appear on Fridays.
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special To The Sun | July 20, 2008
Howard County restaurant-goers will be able to enjoy three-course dinners at Jordan's Steakhouse, Clyde's of Columbia, Crab Shanty and about 20 other restaurants for $30.08 during the county's first restaurant weeks event. Restaurant Week, a growing trend in cities nationwide, is coming to Howard County for an extended two-week period starting tomorrow. If all goes well, the event will be offered twice a year - once in the winter and once in the summer, said Rachelina Bonacci, executive director of Howard County Tourism.
NEWS
February 16, 2008
Frederick N. Rasmussen's Back Story column has moved. Starting tomorrow, Back Story can regularly be found in the Sunday Ideas section. Find previous columns at baltimoresun.com/backstory
SPORTS
August 26, 2006
Starting tomorrow: A weeklong series of college football previews begins with a look at the national scene, from West Virginia's title hopes to the top performers and stories of the coming season.
FEATURES
February 1, 1992
Mike Klingaman's garden column, the Real Dirt, has been uprooted from this section.Starting tomorrow, Mr. Klingaman's misadventures on earth will be transplated onto the pages of the Sun Magazine.Tomorrow's installment:The Man With 600 Houseplants, or Seven Rooms of Bloom.@
NEWS
May 11, 2008
For more from the world of books, check out the Sun's newest blog, Read Street, starting tomorrow. Read Street will focus on the social side of reading and feature profiles of Baltimore-area book clubs, recommendations from local stores, the latest on audio books and a calendar of author appearances, readings and other events. You'll find it at baltimoresun.com/readstreet.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 2005
Starting tomorrow, Bendann Art Galleries hosts an exhibit of oil paintings by Adel Sansur titled Expressions and Impressions. Done on stretched canvas, the 25 paintings depict people in a variety of settings, from seascapes to landscapes and stages. The exhibit opens tomorrow and runs through Oct. 15. There is a reception from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. tomorrow. Bendann is at 834 Kenilworth Drive in Towson. 410-825-0585.
FEATURES
October 1, 2003
Starting tomorrow, cartoonist Gary Larson's collection of kooks, cows and other oddball creatures returns to The Sun. The screwball cartoons, absent from daily newspapers since 1994, will return for a limited run of three months, featuring the best of Larson's panels over the years. You'll find The Far Side Thursdays in LIVE!, and daily (except Sunday) in the Today section.
NEWS
May 11, 2008
For more from the world of books, check out the Sun's newest blog, Read Street, starting tomorrow. Read Street will focus on the social side of reading and feature profiles of Baltimore-area book clubs, recommendations from local stores, the latest on audio books and a calendar of author appearances, readings and other events. You'll find it at baltimoresun.com/readstreet.
NEWS
April 13, 2008
The Harford Community College Library will celebrate National Library Week tomorrow through Friday with events and activities open to the campus community and public. As part of the festivities, the library will offer amnesty on fines for all HCC library cardholders all week. All fees will be waived for overdue materials returned in good condition. Activities are in the library unless noted. Events are: Tomorrow to Friday: A used book sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., including office supplies, DVDs and music CDs. Tomorrow: A poetry reading will be held at 1 p.m. -- share your favorite verse, get a gift and enter a drawing for a Barnes and Noble gift certificate.
NEWS
April 13, 2008
Anne Arundel County Public Schools prekindergarten and kindergarten registration for the 2008-2009 school year will be held at county elementary schools tomorrow through Friday during regular business hours. The prekindergarten program selects 4-year-olds based on economic and educational needs. Children who are 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2008, are eligible to apply. A list of schools offering prekindergarten is available at www.aacps.org/earlychildhood. Children who live in Maryland and are 5 years old by Sept.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Roch Kubatko and Jeff Zrebiec and Roch Kubatko,Sun reporters | March 13, 2008
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Orioles left-hander Adam Loewen will likely be scratched from tomorrow's start because of discomfort in his left shoulder. Loewen, who is nine months removed from elbow surgery, participated in pitcher fielding drills yesterday at Fort Lauderdale Stadium, but he either threw the ball underhand to second base or flipped it with his right hand. Club officials are hopeful the problem is nothing more than mild tendinitis. "Nobody is too concerned," Orioles president Andy MacPhail said.
NEWS
February 16, 2008
Frederick N. Rasmussen's Back Story column has moved. Starting tomorrow, Back Story can regularly be found in the Sunday Ideas section. Find previous columns at baltimoresun.com/backstory
NEWS
By Tyeesha Dixon and Tyeesha Dixon,Sun reporter | January 6, 2008
The jury trial for Joseph Samuel Ellis, the former Glenelg High School history teacher accused of having inappropriate sexual contact with several female students, is scheduled to begin tomorrow in Howard County Circuit Court. Ellis, 26, of Elkridge, is charged with sex abuse of a minor, two counts of a fourth-degree sex offense, indecent exposure, displaying obscene material to a minor and misusing a telephone for obscene purposes. Police arrested Ellis last Jan. 8, after students accused him of various crimes: exposing himself to one student in a classroom, sending inappropriate computer messages to another and meeting a third girl in a park to provide her with alcohol.
NEWS
By FRANK ROYLANCE and FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger | December 7, 2006
Sure it's cold and dark out. It's December. But here's a ray of hope: Tonight's sunset will be the earliest of the year, at 4:43 p.m. Starting tomorrow, the sun will set a little bit later each day. We tend to notice sunsets more than sunrises, so it will seem as if the days are lengthening. Actually, the sun will continue to rise later each day until Jan. 5. The net effect is that our daylight hours will continue to shrink until the winter solstice, which occurs Dec. 21.
NEWS
January 16, 2005
Structural work along Rowe Boulevard at the College Creek Bridge will limit traffic for the next two weeks, starting tomorrow, the State Highway Administration said. Construction crews will alternate traffic on one lane along the bridge between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, weather permitting. During this time, crews will begin placing steel as part of a $33 million state project that includes the replacement of the Weems Creek Bridge, also on Rowe Boulevard.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun reporter | August 8, 2007
Jennifer L. Blake of River Hill, a self-employed community development consultant, starts tomorrow as the new executive director of FIRN Inc., the Columbia-based nonprofit devoted to helping the foreign born. Blake, 53, a Howard County resident since 1994, replaces Roy Appletree, FIRN's director since 2003, who announced his decision to leave six months ago. "I'm transitioning - taking a sabbatical - said Appletree, 60. "I just felt it was time to move on." The change comes as the number of foreign-born residents in Howard County is growing.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN REPORTER | July 19, 2007
SEATTLE -- Erik Bedard will have to wait two more days to see whether he can extend his streak of 16 scoreless innings. The Orioles left-hander was scratched from his start last night in the series finale against the Seattle Mariners because of a stiff neck. Daniel Cabrera started in his place on three days' rest, pushing Bedard back to tomorrow night's series opener against the Oakland Athletics at McAfee Coliseum. "I don't believe he's 100 percent to make his start, so we're not going to do that," said interim manager Dave Trembley, who told Cabrera and Bedard of his decision after Tuesday's game.
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