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» 'The Voice' contestant Davon Fleming dedicates performance to Baltimore
“The Voice” contestant Davon Fleming dedicated his performance during the live Top 12 round on Monday night to his hometown of Baltimore. Fleming sang Beyonce’s “Love On Top,” impressing the coaches of the NBC singing competition enough to once again cause shoes to fly. After praising Fleming’s...
» BWI Marshall Airport aims to reduce traffic congestion as busy Thanksgiving holiday approaches
Getting in and out of BWI Marshall Airport may be easier through Thanksgiving and the rest of the holidays this year. To accommodate the annual onslaught of seasonal travelers, the airport is temporarily offering some free parking, expanding its cell phone lot and changing the rules for shuttles,...
» Mike Preston: After success in Green Bay, Ravens should stay with youth movement
The Ravens used a lot of young players in the team's 23-0 win against Green Bay at Lambeau Field.
» Comptroller Franchot seeks to lift cap on craft beer production, sales
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot unveiled a legislative package Monday that would make sweeping changes to the state’s regulation of craft breweries. Franchot’s 12-point “Reform on Tap Act of 2018” would eliminate limits on sales from taprooms and for take-home consumption for the state’s breweries....
» Dozens of Baltimore kids plan to march in support of $12M youth fund
Dozens of young people plan to march in West Baltimore Tuesday afternoon in support of the city’s new $12 million youth fund. The march will begin at 4 p.m. at the Penn North Kids Safe Zone in Sandtown and end at Frederick Douglass High School, where the young people plan to testify at a hearing...

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» Ravens' shutout of Packers cost a Wisconsin brewery a lot of beer
Approximately 200 people at Bavarian Bierhaus were served between 275 and 300 cups of free beer.
» Ravens' Harbaugh says punt ruled touchback was ‘greatest punt in the history of football’
Sam Koch tied a career high with five punts inside the 20 in the Ravens’ 23-0 throttling of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. His coach thinks an errant officiating determination cost Koch a sixth. On fourth-and-11 from the Ravens’ 48-yard line in the third quarter, Koch launched a punt that landed...
» Harbaugh defends Ravens center Jensen, who was called 'trash' after injury to Packers' Clark
Less than 12 hours after several Green Bay Packers players criticized Ravens center Ryan Jensen for his role in nose tackle Kenny Clark suffering a high right ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of the Ravens’ 23-0 win Sunday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended Jensen. Clark was injured while locking...
» Ravens put themselves into playoff position; now, they have to show some consistency
As they prepare for a "Monday Night Football" game against the Houston Texans, the Ravens haven't won back-to-back games since weeks 1 and 2.
» Harbaugh reveals backup QB Mallett was responsible for unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty
When the Ravens were flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after a punt by Sam Koch in the third quarter of Sunday’s 23-0 rout of the Green Bay Packers, the curious aspect was that referee Jeff Triplette did not announce which player had incurred the penalty. During his news conference Monday, coach...

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» Operation CatSnip to be featured on MPT’s 'Maryland Farm & Harvest'
Carroll County’s Operation CatSnip has trapped, neutered, and released more than 1,075 farm cats since March 2015 and the flourishing volunteer organization will be featured on Maryland Public Television's “Maryland Farm & Harvest” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 28. “There’s severe overpopulation of cats...
» Daily arrest report for November 21, 2017
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit. For more information, visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website.
» Howard County man arrested with allegedly stolen firearm
A Glenwood man was arrested Monday after he allegedly was found in possession of a stolen .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun. Jacob Michael Smith, 20, was charged with one count each of transporting a handgun in a vehicle, transporting a handgun on his person, theft between $100 and $1,500, possession...
» New Windsor man charged with making an arson threat
A New Windsor man was charged after he allegedly threatened an officer at the Carroll County Detention Center on Thursday, Nov. 16. David Fisher, 29, an inmate at the Carroll County Detention Center, was charged with one count of making a threat of arson. He is being held without bond after a Monday...
» Profiling Police: Harbaugh a movie-lover, sports fan as well as a detective
Detective Richard Harbaugh of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office might share his last name with the Baltimore Ravens’ head coach, but he says he is more of a Steelers fan. Harbaugh was the lead investigator in the New Windsor homicide case from August 2016. But when he’s off duty, instead of being...

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