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 2020-11-25 13:24 

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Sen. Cardin: Congress must pass comprehensive COVID-19 relief bill | COMMENTARY...

It is outrageous that the Republican leadership has stalled progress on a comprehensive COVID-19 relief bill, despite the obvious and growing need....

 2020-11-25 13:19 

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Baltimore County Public Schools cancels classes Wednesday due to network issue; officials not ruling out cyber attack...

Mychael Dickerson, the district's chief of staff, said the technology team is investigating the problem, including whether it could be related to some kind of security breach or cyber attack....

 2020-11-25 13:00 

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Five things to watch as the Maryland men’s basketball team begins the 2020-21 season...

From Maryland's ability to replace two All-Big Ten stars to the potential for the coronavirus pandemic to upend another season, here are five things to watch as the Terps start the 2020-21 season Wednesday afternoon against Old Dominion....

 2020-11-25 13:00 

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Garden Q&A: On limiting deer foraging and covering raised gardens...

Garden Q&A with the University of Maryland Extension's Ellen Nibali on controlling foraging deer and how to cover raised gardens in the winter....

 2020-11-25 12:42 

Baltimore Sun

Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Nov. 24, 2020...

The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit....

 2020-11-25 12:00 

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Howard Community College esports program wins League of Legends conference championship in inaugural season...

Howard Community College won the New England Collegiate Conference League of Legends championship on Saturday. The title is the first for the Dragons' esports program that was established this fall....

 2020-11-25 12:00 

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Newest members of Orioles’ roster see growth in 2020 despite lost minor league season...

For the prospects who were added to the Orioles' 40-man roster last week and also included at the club's alternate site or instructional camp, there were some ways in which more was gained than lost in 2020....

 2020-11-25 11:26 

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Wearing a mask is a small thing to ask | READER COMMENTARY...

Compared to the sacrifices made during World War II, expecting people to take a precaution that could save thousands of lives is a trifling....

 2020-11-25 11:00 

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Baltimore-area nonprofits never know what Giving Tuesday will mean. In 2020, that uncertainty is even greater....

As Giving Tuesday, the kick-off to the holiday giving season approaches, many nonprofits are holding their breath to see what the last stretch of 2020 will hold for them....

 2020-11-25 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

Here are some places in Laurel to help you share your blessings...

Throughout the area, there are dozens of local nonprofit groups who are committed to serving those in need. These groups can always use our help, especially now during the pandemic....

 2020-11-25 11:00 

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Maryland hotel association petitions Hogan administration for more funds amid worsening pandemic...

The head of Maryland's hotel association said mass quantities of lodges will not recover from the coronavirus pandemic if the state does not provide more direct relief to its members now....

 2020-11-25 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

Our View: Take health expert’s advice and take precautions this Thanksgiving | COMMENTARY...

This week is somewhat of a perfect storm in terms of virus transmission. The colder weather has forced most people indoors. College students are returning home for the holidays from all over the country, including places with transmission rates far higher...

 2020-11-25 11:00 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore already had a witness intimidation problem. Now it’s moved to extortion accounts on Instagram....

Almost two decades after the "Stop Snitching" street DVD jolted Baltimore officials about the problem of witness intimidation, a series of recent cases makes clear the practice continues and has evolved, exploiting social media and mobile technolo...

 2020-11-25 10:56 

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Trump is stress-testing American democracy | COMMENTARY...

Tragically, most elected Republicans are failing the test by refusing to stand up to Mr. Trump....

 2020-11-25 10:54 

Baltimore Sun

The emperor has no choice | EDITORIAL CARTOON...

Drew Sheneman\ Tribune Content Agency...

 2020-11-25 10:45 

Baltimore Sun

Pandemic drives Laurel’s Main Street Holiday Market online...

With COVID-19 numbers rising and restrictions constantly changing, the Laurel Main Street Holiday Market scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 28, went from an in-person event to a virtual one just over a week and a half before its scheduled date....

 2020-11-25 10:44 

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Keep toilet paper off your shopping list this Black Friday (and beyond) | COMMENTARY...

Hoarding toilet paper won't protect you from coronavirus, even thought it may make you feel more in control....

 2020-11-25 10:38 

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Most people can still reason when given the chance | READER COMMENTARY...

People can usually tell right from wrong but in matters like racial differences, it can take time....

 2020-11-25 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Lions Christmas tree sales begin in Bel Air...

The Bel Air Lions received a delivery of more than 1,200 Christmas trees on Saturday, which are on sale at the Heavenly Waters parking lot across Route 24 from the Harford Mall....

 2020-11-25 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

Popular Ellicott City light show to scale back amid pandemic...

Since 2009 Bryan Bartlett has used his house and surrounding property to house an elaborate show-stopping holiday light display for any and all to see, this year the Bartlett family and all their fans will take the year off in light of COVID-19 restrictio...

 2020-11-25 10:30 

Baltimore Sun

For owner of Venus Theatre in Laurel, every picture tells a story...

On Nov. 11, Deb Randall began posting an image a day as part of Venus Theatre's new initiative, Objects of Survival: Plays of the Pandemic....

 2020-11-25 10:30 

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Zirpoli: Ranked-choice voting among election’s many ballot initiatives | COMMENTARY...

The open primary in Alaska will eliminate party primary elections and replace them with a state-wide, open primary for anyone interested in running. The top four candidates of this general primary then move on to the general election. According to the Ala...

 2020-11-25 10:29 

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Trump team’s bizarre legal fight channels the McCarthy era | COMMENTARY...

Only this time, to borrow from old-school communist Karl Marx, history is repeating itself not as tragedy but as farce....

 2020-11-25 10:15 

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Roemer: Unemployment, education, mental health, nothing matters except COVID-19 | COMMUNITY COMMENTARY...

Tax increases are fine, as long as someone else pays them. Maybe all the COVID-19 restrictions are necessary. I have my doubts, but it's not "heartless" to consider if the destruction they are leaving in their wake is a price worth paying....

 2020-11-25 10:08 

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Tony Foreman: Don’t let this be the last winter for restaurants | READER COMMENTARY...

My hope is that our community rallies to support the restaurants that they don't want to lose, because many have been lost already and many more will not make it in these next six months. The solution is simple. Be a regular patron. Indoors, outdoors,...

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Revised sexual harassment policy adopted by Harford County Board of Education...

A revised policy on sexual harassment, in line with new regulations put forth by the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights, was recently adopted by the Harford County Board of Education....

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

A nurse’s plea, as COVID numbers spike: Think of others | COMMENTARY...

Let's start new traditions, or at least recognize that this isn't the year for all of our old ones....

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Love thy neighbor like thy mother-in-law? A lesson in getting along| COMMENTARY...

As a nation, maybe we should all consider each other as in-laws, as family, although not by choice. For our betterment, we need to figure out how to get along, and the upcoming holidays provide a possible respite for reflection on the meaning of togethern...

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Move over, collards; make room for sauerkraut. Black Marylanders have made the German specialty their own....

For Black Marylanders, sauerkraut has become an unlikely side dish during holiday meals, despite its German origins....

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

I thought our rag-tag meals made me a ‘loser mom,’ but they nourished my boys in a different way | COMMENTARY...

My sons consumed something more lasting during those years that became apparent as they grew up....

 2020-11-25 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

As Mark Turgeon enters 10th season with Maryland men’s basketball, much has changed — and much is still the same...

As Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon enters his 10th season in College Park, his tenure could best be described as polarizing....

 2020-11-25 02:55 

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Maryland courts to further restrict operations following Public Defender’s calls amid rise in coronavirus cases...

The Maryland Judiciary, which suspended jury trials two weeks ago, is further restricting courtroom operations amid calls from the Office of the Public Defender to postpone more court appearances as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to rise ...

 2020-11-25 00:30 

Baltimore Sun

Gerstell boys soccer falls short in finale against Mount Carmel...

Riley Kilroy and Travis Smith, both freshmen, accounted for Gerstell's goals. The Falcons lost 7-0 to Mount Carmel when they played the Cougars on Nov. 5 in Baltimore....

 2020-11-24 23:25 

Baltimore Sun

Plight of immigrant children deserves more attention | READER COMMENTARY...

The story of 8,800 children expelled before they could seek asylum in the United States ran on page six of the newspaper. What does that say about our country?...

 2020-11-24 23:19 

Baltimore Sun

Let the election process play itself out | READER COMMENTARY...

If Joe Biden expects to have the confidence and trust of every American (should he be declared the legal winner), then President Donald Trump deserves respect while the legal process unfolds....

 2020-11-24 23:08 

Baltimore Sun

Carroll County sees fifth COVID-19 death in 8 days...

The four deaths last week were the most Carroll has seen in a week since mid-June. Carroll County has now reported 158 deaths attributed to COVID-19, 134 facility residents and 24 community members. Of those, 141 have been 65-over....

 2020-11-24 23:04 

Baltimore Sun

Ravens’ estimated injury report includes DE Calais Campbell, CB Jimmy Smith again...

Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell (calf) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (ankle) were listed as nonparticipants in the team's estimated injury report Tuesday for the second consecutive day....

 2020-11-24 22:45 

Baltimore Sun

Speed cameras and other tools can prevent auto crashes | READER COMMENTARY...

We encourage all those alarmed by "Wild West" encounters happening with frequency on our roadways to contact their local elected officials and members of Congress and urge them to advance support of speed cameras and other technologies to prevent ...

 2020-11-24 22:45 

Baltimore Sun

Greater Baltimore Medical Center Healthcare earns prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, one of five organizations honored nationwide...

Greater Baltimore Medical Center HealthCare became the first healthcare system in Maryland to earn the 2020 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, an honor given by the U.S. Department of Commerce to just five other organizations across the U.S. for exc...

 2020-11-24 22:35 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland should take pride in Larry Hogan | READER COMMENTARY...

Maryland's Republican governor has embraced reason over partisanship and voters should love him for it....

 2020-11-24 22:16 

Baltimore Sun

Lawsuit surrounding Columbia’s Symphony of Lights event nearing end...

Howard County residents are awaiting a Circuit Court ruling, expected Wednesday, in the monthslong case deciding whether the Symphony of Lights drive-thru event in Columbia can proceed....

 2020-11-24 22:11 

Baltimore Sun

Health officer says noncompliance of COVID-19 restrictions not a major issue in Carroll County...

"We have a few places where we've had to be out repeatedly to deal with [but] most folks have gotten into compliance," Carroll County's top health official, Ed Singer, said Tuesday. "We're in better shape than most places from that...

 2020-11-24 22:06 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Council poised to designate Cab Calloway grandmother’s house as historic landmark...

The Baltimore City rowhome formerly occupied by jazz legend Cab Calloway's maternal grandmother is on its way to being designated as a historic landmark by the city's historic preservation panel....

 2020-11-24 21:23 

Baltimore Sun

House Baltimore’s homeless in shuttered hotel | READER COMMENTARY...

The closing of the downtown Holiday Inn offers Baltimore an opportunity to better shelter its homeless population in these difficult times....

 2020-11-24 21:23 

Baltimore Sun

Ravens OLB Pernell McPhee placed on reserve/COVID-19 list, will not play vs. Steelers...

Four Ravens players have now been ruled out of the Thanksgiving Day matchup amid a coronavirus outbreak within the team....

 2020-11-24 21:02 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland to pay $250 million to settle Purple Line disputes, replace construction contractor...

The Maryland Department of Transportation has agreed to pay $250 million to settle a dispute over cost overruns that caused the construction contractor to quit the Purple Line light rail project in Montgomery and Prince George's counties in September....

 2020-11-24 21:00 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland football returns to sense of normalcy with ‘a new focus’ after coronavirus outbreak...

After returning to practice on Monday for the first time since Nov. 11 when a coronavirus outbreak forced a suspension of all activities, the Terps are eager to visit No. 12 Indiana on Saturday at noon....

 2020-11-24 20:53 

Baltimore Sun

Carroll County career and tech students place first and second in national welding contest...

Two students in Carroll County's Career and Technology Center's welding program won first and second place in the Secondary category for the 2020 I BUILT THIS contest sponsored by the National Center for Construction Education and Research....

 2020-11-24 20:46 

Baltimore Sun

Florence Alberta Solomon, retail worker, dies...

Florence Alberta Solomon, a Baltimore retail worker and the grandmother of Mayor-elect Brandon Scott, dies...

 2020-11-24 20:43 

Baltimore Sun

After four years playing basketball overseas, Oakland Mills grad Greg Whittington signs two-way contract with Denver Nuggets...

Columbia-native Greg Whittington, who spent the last four years playing professional basketball internationally, signed a two-way contract with the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday....

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