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 2021-07-29 13:03 

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Kent County and hip-hop? Washington College summer program creates musical time capsule inspired by area....

African American history in Kent County dates back to the 17th century, leaving a complex, and often painful, cultural legacy that Washington College is trying to preserve....

 2021-07-29 13:00 

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Harford Magazine’s Best Restaurants 2021 contest...

Voting is open for the 2020 Harford Magazine's Best Restaurants contest....

 2021-07-29 12:32 

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Troubled Baltimore plant approved to resume production of Johnson & Johnson vaccine...

Federal regulators will allow Emergent Biosolutions to resume production of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after production woes, officials said Thursday....

 2021-07-29 12:28 

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15-year-old shot early Thursday in Baltimore, police say...

The shooting occurred early Thursday in West Baltimore on the 2600 block of Wilkens Ave....

 2021-07-29 12:00 

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‘A thumbprint of who you are as a player’: Last year’s deadline trades give glimpse of how Orioles will welcome new hitting prospects...

With the possibility of even more prospects coming to the Orioles organization by Friday's 4 p.m. trade deadline, the detailed reports from the Orioles' hitting development department that await new players is growing into a staple of how the team...

 2021-07-29 11:25 

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Things to do in Baltimore and online July 30 to Aug. 5...

The 90s are making a comeback in Baltimore. Go see a New Kids On the Block/Salt-N-Pepa concert or try to solve a 90s themed whodunnit mystery....

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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Trinetra Vijayakumar realizes goals with Mt. Hebron girls tennis on way to earning Player of Year...

As a freshman this spring, Trinetra Vijayakumar won region and state championships as part of an undefeated season playing singles for Mt. Hebron tennis....

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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Experts say Maryland requirements for teaching history are ‘balanced.’ But parents are challenging what they call ‘critical race theory.’...

Amid a national debate over critical race theory and standards for teaching history in K-12 public schools, Carroll and Harford county school boards have said recently that they want "politically neutral" curriculum....

 2021-07-29 11:00 

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Lamar Jackson is out for the start of training camp after testing positive for COVID. What’s next for the Ravens?...

The Ravens began training camp Wednesday without Lamar Jackson after he tested positive for COVID-19, a diagnosis that will sideline the franchise quarterback for an indefinite amount of time....

 2021-07-29 10:16 

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Mike Preston: QB Lamar Jackson’s poor decision-making again puts himself and the Ravens in a difficult spot | COMMENTARY...

Columnist Mike Preston writes: Lamar Jackson is a nice guy, certainly not belligerent or nasty, but lacks discipline. The Ravens have tried to provide him with the proper guidance and instruction, but the inner circle around Jackson keeps everyone at a di...

 2021-07-29 10:15 

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Will new approach to Baltimore crime fight build police legitimacy? | COMMENTARY...

Mayor Scott's crime reduction plan includes a way for police to rebuild trust with the Baltimoreans they serve....

 2021-07-29 10:00 

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Top 5 places to see sunflowers in Maryland this summer...

Take a day trip to any one of these sunflower fields in Maryland this summer....

 2021-07-29 09:30 

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Ambassador Team is a path for young people to step up in Carroll County 4-H program...

One group of teens are an integral part of the work that goes on behind the scenes — the 4-H Ambassador Team — leading outreach efforts, interactive fair activities and leadership experiences....

 2021-07-29 09:30 

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Chris Roemer: The dangerous creep of unenforced crime laws | COMMENTARY...

With each new shooting, in one city after another, I try to maintain hope that this will be the tragedy that wakes us up from our shameful national nightmare, opening the eyes of our politicians to the fact, that maybe just maybe the policies they are cha...

 2021-07-29 09:30 

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Downtown Sykesville Connection hosts first Sippin’ on Summer festival this weekend...

The Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair isn't the only big event going on this weekend. The Downtown Sykesville Connection is hosting the first Sippin' on Summer Festival on Saturday, featuring unlimited sampling of hard seltzers, ciders and beers from ...

 2021-07-29 09:24 

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Glenelg Country School student creates performing arts program for students with special needs...

Rising Glenelg Country School senior Hannah Quigley wanted to find a way to combine her love of performing arts with her desire to help others. So she created Pals in Production, a collaborative project teaching performing arts to students with special ne...

 2021-07-29 09:00 

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Eugene ‘Gene’ Azzam, Baltimore advertising executive and former creative director for W.B. Doner and later his own agencies, dies...

Eugene "Gene" Azzam, a legendary Baltimore advertising executive and former creative director at W.B. Doner and Co. who created ad campaigns for Scrubbing Bubbles and Tootsie Pops, died July 13 at his Cockeysville home. He was 88....

 2021-07-29 09:00 

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Music education can help people cope with rising crime | COMMENTARY...

Enrolling in music education programs virtually or in person is a way to restore harmony and peace in an ever-changing world....

 2021-07-29 09:00 

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Federal COVID-19 grants and loans still available but slow to be disbursed for small businesses in Baltimore and across U.S....

Loans and small grants are available now to more businesses than ever through the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program, SBA officials say. But because of processing backlogs, efforts to prevent fraud and lack of awareness about the program, funds have be...

 2021-07-29 09:00 

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Alley houses, now an ‘endangered species’ were once the core of working-class Baltimore...

Alley houses have been a cornerstone of Baltimore architecture since the 1780s as a way to provide affordable housing to Black residents and recently immigrated families. Now, estimates are that only a few hundred remain....

 2021-07-29 04:26 

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Despite four home runs, IronBirds drop second straight game to Bowling Green...

The Aberdeen IronBirds dropped their second straight game to Bowling Green Wednesday night, falling, 7-5, in High-A East action at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium....

 2021-07-29 02:49 

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Trey Mancini homers on anniversary of Mo Gaba’s death as Orioles erase 5-run deficit to beat Marlins, 8-7, on Ryan McKenna’s walk-off walk...

After Sonsy Gaba's underhand toss home, Trey Mancini met her near the mound for a hug. They reconnected again the third inning of Baltimore's 8-7 walk-off win against the Miami Marlins; in an 0-2 count, Mancini homered to cut into the first of the...

 2021-07-28 23:02 

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Ravens QB Lamar Jackson’s positive COVID test is jarring reminder that pandemic hurdles remain for upcoming NFL season...

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson's positive COVID test was a jarring reminder that the pandemic, which disrupted his 2020 season, has not gone away in 2021....

 2021-07-28 22:55 

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Mother’s boyfriend convicted of killing 2-year-old in Essex in 2019, Baltimore County prosecutors say...

An Essex man was convicted Wednesday of child abuse in the death of his girlfriend's 2-year-old son in June 2019, Baltimore County prosecutors announced....

 2021-07-28 22:19 

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Nationals-Phillies game postponed Wednesday because of Washington’s COVID-19 issues...

MLB announced the Nationals-Phillies postponement little over an hour before the game was set to begin at Citizens Bank Park, and said that would allow for "continued testing and contact tracing involving members of the Nationals organization."...

 2021-07-28 21:23 

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Baltimore County appeals board overturns approval of Red Maple Place affordable housing project in East Towson...

The Baltimore County Board of Appeals voted against a contentious affordable housing development in East Towson, the county confirmed Wednesday, and the developer says they will appeal the decision in Circuit Court....

 2021-07-28 20:27 

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Ravens training camp observations on backup quarterbacks, new-look offensive line, Marquise Brown, J.K. Dobbins and more...

Center Bradley Bozeman's snaps, wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown's highlight-reel catches and the play of the team's backup quarterbacks were among the highlights from the Ravens' first day of training camp practice Wednesd...

 2021-07-28 18:51 

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Hopkins police force: Let’s have an honest conversation | COMMENTARY...

Hiring of top cop signals revival of Johns Hopkins University police force after an official 'pause.' Time for renewed talks about its purpose, its limits and how it will be held accountable....

 2021-07-28 18:36 

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Carryout cocktails are here to stay in Harford County, at least until 2023...

Carryout alcohol sales will stay permitted in Harford County after a Wednesday meeting of the county's liquor control board, which agreed that restaurants should be given latitude to continue the pandemic-era practice....

 2021-07-28 18:08 

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Maryland men’s and women’s basketball will play in multi-team event in Bahamas; Terps football set home-and-home with UCF...

The multi-team event, scheduled for late November, will be a part of both teams' nonconference schedules....

 2021-07-28 16:47 

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Maryland reports more than 400 cases of COVID-19 for the first time since May...

Maryland reported more than 400 new cases of COVID-19 Wednesday, a level not seen since late May....

 2021-07-28 16:27 

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Howard County Council approves extension of temporary outdoor dining through Nov. 15...

Howard County Council members on Wednesday morning voted unanimously to approve a bill to extend temporary outdoor dining at bars and restaurants that had expanded service until Nov. 15....

 2021-07-28 16:00 

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Orioles on deck: Pitching matchup, lineups and how to watch Wednesday’s game against the Marlins...

Here's everything you need to know before the Orioles' home game Wednesday night against the Miami Marlins....

 2021-07-28 15:24 

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Let’s bribe our way to herd immunity | READER COMMENTARY...

Writing checks to all who have ever gotten a COVID-19 vaccination is not too high a price to pay to protect public health....

 2021-07-28 14:36 

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Baltimore settles employment lawsuit for $158,000+, admits breaking city policy with promotion...

Baltimore's spending board agreed to settle an employment discrimination lawsuit Wednesday for $158,298 after officials admitted employees broke city policy....

 2021-07-28 14:23 

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House members incapable of conducting a meaningful Jan. 6 investigation | READER COMMENTARY...

Appoint no Democrats or Republicans to the U.S. Capitol insurrection investigation and only then would it produce worthwhile conclusions....

 2021-07-28 14:00 

Baltimore Sun

IronBirds open home series with 9-3 loss to Bowling Green...

The Aberdeen IronBirds dropped their series opener with Bowling Green Tuesday night, losing 9-3, in High-A East play at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium....

 2021-07-28 13:26 

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson absent on first day of training camp, reportedly due to COVID issues...

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was absent on the first day of the team's training camp Wednesday....

 2021-07-28 13:22 

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Getting vaccinated should not be a political litmus test | READER COMMENTARY...

In a public health emergency, it's catastrophic to see a safe and effective vaccine undermined by hard-right know-nothings....

 2021-07-28 13:14 

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15-year-old shot early Wednesday in Baltimore, police say...

Western District police officers found the teen victim at the 2100 block of West Saratoga Street early Wednesday morning....

 2021-07-28 12:34 

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Trees reach herd immunity against wildfire virus | COMMENTARY...

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 2021-07-28 12:19 

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Speed cameras can save lives | READER COMMENTARY...

Plan for cameras on Jones Falls Expressway to crack down on speeders should save lives given the danger posed by excessive speed....

 2021-07-28 11:00 

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The Orioles have aggressively promoted top prospects all summer. Why is Adley Rutschman still at Double-A?...

As long as the Orioles feel that top prospect Adley Rutschman can improve while he's in Double-A, they won't feel any need to move him. "This is his first [full] professional season in baseball," director of player development Matt Blood s...

 2021-07-28 11:00 

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River Hill sophomore Alex Artazov stays on course to earn Howard County boys tennis Player of Year...

With an 11-1 record that included a run to the state finals of the 3A singles bracket, River Hill sophomore Alex Artazov headlines the boys tennis All-County package as Player of the Year....

 2021-07-28 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

‘They are worthy.’ Harford County ministry holds Royal Ball to boost teens dispirited by the isolation of COVID...

April Cheatham had been searching for a way to help the older kids in the Extreme Family Outreach Ministries' Youth Leadership program feel loved and show the team's appreciation for them. They decided to hold a Royal Ball....

 2021-07-28 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

‘A lot of love left in the community’: Animal Welfare Society of Howard County looks to emerge from troubled past...

As the new executive director of Animal Welfare Society of Howard County, Robert Hicks is spearheading the project to get the society up and running by cutting through the red tape to get the proper documents in place and with old-fashioned elbow grease t...

 2021-07-28 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Girls Tennis Player of Year Grace Johnson finishes strong with title run for Liberty...

Liberty senior Grace Johnson goes undefeated during regular season, wins Carroll County girls tennis singles championship....

 2021-07-28 09:51 

Baltimore Sun

On new judges, civic duty and the fragility of democracy | COMMENTARY...

Despite all of the happy faces, the prospect of a talented new judge taking the bench in Baltimore County, the fellowship and the good feeling that arose from recognizing that the gears of orderly political and civic life were working, the Big Lie about t...

 2021-07-28 09:45 

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Jonah Goldberg: Accepting defeat in Afghanistan is a terrible choice | COMMENTARY...

It's also a strategic blunder: giving up an air base, multiple listening posts and an allied government at the cross section of Central Asia and the Middle East while simultaneously handing our enemies a great political victory....

 2021-07-28 09:31 

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Letter: Disappointed in Howard Community College’s new planned athletics complex | READER COMMENTARY...

"It is quite nice that Howard Community College will have a new facility for math and sports. However, losing the current HCC athletics center for this new one is a shame in one respect: The old one has a pool, and the new one will not."...

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