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Friday afternoon in a spacious Annapolis courtroom with a flat-screen monitor, Dr. Roy E. Bands Jr., board-certified orthopedic surgeon, presented a side view of John Leopold's lumbar region — how his lower spine, abdomen and bladder looked in...
Tags: Annapolis, Trials, Glen Burnie, Political Corruption, Politics
The Hartford CourantSTORRS — Coach Geno Auriemma was curious last week. He wanted to know how many women's basketball programs have had four Cosida Academic All-Americans like UConn has had in Leigh Curl, Jennifer Rizzotti, and two-time picks Maya Moore and Rebecca...
Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney denied Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold's request for acquittal on all charges in his misconduct trial, clearing the way for closing arguments Tuesday. The defense rested today after calling a total of...
Tags: Witnesses, Annapolis, Prosecution, Trials, Punishment
I recently wrote a letter to the paper about the amazing children, parents, caregivers, doctors, educators and so many other people in the lives of the disabled children who attend the Imperial Valley Center for Exceptional Children. I was motivated to do...
Tags: Parkinson's Disease
WASHINGTON — The season is over for the Washington Redskins, but the controversy continued to boil Monday over Coach Mike Shanahan's decision to keep rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III in a playoff game against Seattle despite an obviously...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo years ago, Hancock Mayor Daniel Murphy and two council members ran for re-election without opposition. On Monday, Jan. 28, voters will choose between three mayoral candidates and nine people vying for two council seats. About 100 people gathered...
The mere thought of the moment still makes Anthony Hargrove's stomach turn. He never meant any harm, despite any reputation he might have developed from his checkered past. The former Seahawks defensive lineman simply wanted make a momentum-changing...
ACC/Big Ten Challenge No. 11 Maryland @No.21 Nebraska Wednesday, 8p.m. The instant Brene Moseley planted her left leg and heard the familiar pop, she had no doubt. Maryland's promising sophomore point guard was out for the season with a torn...
WGN NewsAn update on a story we reported back in May. A group of college engineering students altering the life of a doctor unable to perform surgery because he couldn't stand. Then, on the spot, he stood. This was the scene more than seven months ago. Five...
email@example.comFor the second time in two months, the Hancock Town Council and mayor will need to fill a vacancy, as a second councilman has filed to run against Mayor Daniel Murphy. There also are nine people who filed to run for two open seats on the town council...
The Washington PostJohn Wall upgraded from a Washington Wizards T-shirt to his No. 2 practice jersey Thursday, a significant development during a season in which his absence has contributed to expectations being downgraded from reaching the playoffs to simply escaping the...
Daily American Staff WriterSam Gary doesn't hesitate when asked about his favorite birthday present. The Rockwood Area School District senior spent June 23-27 at Duke University under the tutelage of those who run one of NCAA's most prolific basketball programs. Among the...
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