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Cellphone towers are proposed for the campuses of nine Prince George's County public schools, to the dismay of many parents. (Image credit: Flickr/Michael Dorausch)
Holden Wilen July 11, 2014 at 01:28 am
This was first reported by the Prince George's Sentinel more than a month ago. The Washington PostRead More links to the stories in their story. Will you please attribute in yours?
Alicia Jensen. Courtesy of TheKnockoutProject.com.
Chuck Burton June 21, 2014 at 10:11 am
Emotional support can be as important as medical, and even financial support for all kinds ofRead More conditions. Traditional sources of treatment often largely ignore the mind-body connection during and after treatment to the detriment of the best outcomes.
Current sideline concussion tests analyze balance and short-term memory, but the King-Devick test looks for vision-related problems. Credit: College News Service
Harford County Native June 17, 2014 at 10:16 am
I thought they already did that by holding up two or three fingers real quick and say how manyRead More fingers am I holding up then say good go play.
One Maryland high school football coach says education at the grassroots level through programs such as Heads Up Football is an effective method for cutting down on head injuries. File|Patch
Kim Cooke June 16, 2014 at 07:47 am
Worried this will hurt the game? That's become an interesting phrase. But exactly what does itRead More mean? Lower attendance? Less enjoyable for fans? Does any of that trump the safety of the players? Sometimes I can't comprehend the level of egotism and selfishness. It's particularly worrisome in people who work with kids. I love football, but I put the players' welfare before my pleasure.
Steve June 16, 2014 at 10:47 pm
I once scored four touchdowns in one high school game. Then I married the red headed devil, became aRead More shoe salesman. My life is over
Walter Gilbert June 17, 2014 at 11:48 am
Let's face it: Football is a violent game. I can't imagine anyone letting their child play such anRead More injury-prone "sport". Sadly, from the trash movies and video games that our kids are weaned on, violence seems to be part of our culture. Too bad.
Sgt. Dellion Sitladin Sr. surprises his son, D.J., at a Hyattsville school's Career Day. Credit: PG Schools YouTube video
J Leland June 12, 2014 at 01:43 pm
These stories never get old. Thank you to all military for your service!!
virginia weaver June 12, 2014 at 07:27 pm
Wonderful & touching video.
Deborah Coleman June 15, 2014 at 11:20 am
These are the BESTEST stories!
Rae Anne Resident June 2, 2014 at 09:35 am
Only a grate fool wood let they kids eat food from school. make they lunchers youselves. it aintRead More rockem science.
Solange Kincaid June 2, 2014 at 01:45 pm
When did a school lunch become such a primary event in a students' life? A home-served dinner shouldRead More be the primary meal event where the kiddies share daily events and nosh on the freshly prepared healthy foods selected by the nurturing adult in the home. School lunches should provide the kiddies with quick energy and inexpensive staples like mac 'n cheese, fries, chocolate milk, and ice cream. Volunteer in an Arlington public school cafeteria and see for yourself the food that is trashed daily that could probably alleviate the starving masses in India and Nigeria for a day! Kids also feel stigmatized by signing in with a school ID that designates free lunch recipients whereas the other kids produce the cash. School-provided breakfasts also rely on bagels and buns - all prone to add to obesity. Parents who don't take the time to provide breakfast to a kid are worthless.
Charlene Culpepper June 9, 2014 at 04:37 pm
I am 65 yrs old and remember eating in the school cafeteria for many years. The food was so so butRead More it was also a break from the old standby of PB&J or bologna sandwiches that was standard lunch fare in our household. My folks mixed it up but we also paid per day for every lunch we ate at school.. There is no right or wrong way to do this.. Make lunches at school cheaper or better tasting... My grand kids simply don't eat if the cafeteria serves crappy tasting food or if they don't like what I make for them at home.. Ergo, they don't eat anything from 7:30 in the morning when they have breakfast until at least 3:30 in the afternoon when they come home starving... I'm pretty sure most kids are like that since mom and dad are not there to insure that they eat.. Kids will be kids...
Eleven Maryland students competed to bring the title from the Scripps National Spelling Bee home this week. File|Patch
Henry Lefkowitz May 29, 2014 at 06:26 am
The correct spelling is "zydeco," not "zyedeco." Please proofread your article.Read More For an article about the spelling bee, there's no excuse for misspellings, especially when the words used are available, among other places, on the spelling bee's web site.
K. Savoy May 29, 2014 at 08:44 am
Too bad it's also spelled pfeffernusse. Oh the irony!
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Sal Anthony May 29, 2014 at 04:46 pm
Ur c$ck breath
Sal Anthony May 29, 2014 at 07:13 pm
Prom queen 20 years old must be in the accelerated program. Must of been an aspiring rapper before aRead More freak princess
Eastsider May 30, 2014 at 11:27 am
I wonder how this was judged or was it given to her/him due to the fact of the person they are
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Dawn Urbanek June 10, 2014 at 10:01 pm
We have to make people aware that our State is run by public employee Unions and we need court casesRead More like today which ruled that the California Teacher Tenure rules are unconstitutional so that we can change laws and vote people out of office who do not represent the interests of the public who pay the taxes.
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 04:19 pm
Something that is interesting to note is that high school grads are going to four year universitiesRead More and studying subject that isn't marketable. While on the other hand you have people getting vocational training at vocational schools that essentially guarantees them a job out of school that will make them 'x' amount of money. So it isn't that college degrees are worthless, some are. It is also said that sometimes trade school is the right choice! Spencer James | <a href='http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/' > http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/home.html</a>
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 04:20 pm
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Fifth-grader Shashi Arnold of Silver Spring is a finalist in the annual Doodle 4 Google contest. You have until 8 p.m. Friday to vote for her. Credit: Google
Maryellen Brady May 9, 2014 at 07:21 am
Really good idea. Your google doodle is really imaginative and funny. Well done SHASHI. Good luck,Read More no matter the results, you are a winner in my mind.
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You May 7, 2014 at 10:53 am
The previous commentators are OVERLOOKING the FACTS stated! No one is saying ALL college girls... weRead More are stating that there ARE BAD APPLES among young college girls. Stop the "all girls are perfect and victims" crap. There are plenty of girls in college (and I knew a few) that are extremely promiscuous and overly, insanely sexual... YES they exist and YES they are looking to start trouble at times for attention via sleeping with multiple guys WILLINGLY then feeling guilty later and claiming rape. Rape has become a word synonymous with the race card nowadays. One says the race card or rape and suddenly someone is labeled for life EVEN when they are found not guilty. The police dropped this case because it was NOT rape.
Maryellen Brady May 7, 2014 at 05:12 pm
The problem is that the universities are making ALL suspect and punishing them for coming forward.Read More The few BAD players, is no excuse for not investigating ALL allegations seriously. RAPE is not something women fake and considering that for so many years DATE RAPE was dismissed as teens gone wild, it is time that society ACT with intent to curb the violence against women. UNIVERSITIES, the military have gotten away far too long with overlooking the truth of the violence one gender imposes on another for ego sake!
You May 7, 2014 at 06:28 pm
@Mary where are your stats that "universities are making ALL suspect and punishing them forRead More coming forward"? What punishments are occurring? The colleges and police are finding the majority of cases ill-founded and false. Where are your REAL stats? You are making assumptions and assumptions are exactly what makes BAD and false facts. I feel it is more like this... there are some seriously promiscuous, highly sexual girls in college (that may be mentally unstable) and when they suddenly feel guilty about giving it up to everyone they shout Rape. Kinda like males that suddenly shoot up a school out of now where. Yelling Rape is an instant action which gains attention from people of power and advocates which throw money and attention to them. The girls who cry wolf are the ones crushing the reality of true rape (which is horrible of course). I am very speculative about how many young girls are just crying wolf for attention after having sex with a male. The Duke case is the perfect example which has occurred over and over the past 15 years and hurts the reality of rape. Girls looking for money and attention after willingly having sex with men in a college world.
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