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» Charitable donations to Baltimore police lack oversight, transparency
The Baltimore Police Foundation for years covered the cost of equipment and initiatives that the city's tight budget couldn't cover. It had an executive director, a board of directors and a police commissioner committed to personally raising funds.But the integrity of the charity crumbled when...
» Returns of Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs overshadowed by key injuries in Ravens' win over Lions
The Ravens dominated the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium to improve to 3-0 on the preseason. But the uplifting and successful returns of Flacco and rush linebacker Terrell Suggs were marred by injuries to two offensive playmakers the Ravens added this summer.
» Under Armour's value to city overhangs TIF debate
When the developers of Harbor Point approached a downtown business group three years ago about supporting their request for public financing for the project, the organization's membership was torn. But this year, when a team backed by Under Armour founder Kevin Plank started wooing allies for a...
» Growing research finds psychedelics effective in treating disease
Gordon McGlothlin, who took his first puff at age 12 behind his family's garage, tried to quit smoking for years, but no cessation technique worked until he used a psychedelic drug. Researchers with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine gave the 69-year-old a derivative of psychedelic...
» White House group works behind the scenes to help Baltimore
Baltimore officials had an idea to help neighborhoods that were torn by last year's riots: They wanted to expand a federal program that provides free meals to children during the summer.But federal regulations made it nearly impossible to offer a third daily meal. Breakfast and lunch could be...

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» Returns of Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs overshadowed by key injuries in Ravens' win over Lions
The Ravens dominated the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium to improve to 3-0 on the preseason. But the uplifting and successful returns of Flacco and rush linebacker Terrell Suggs were marred by injuries to two offensive playmakers the Ravens added this summer.
» Ravens' John Harbaugh calls for changes to preseason slate
Comments "not a reaction" to loss of Benjamin Watson, Kenneth Dixon.
» Ravens rookie Ronnie Stanley continues his steady start to the preseason
The Detroit Lions ran a lot of players at Ravens rookie left offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley on Saturday night. Stanley not only held his own; he played well.
» Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson suffers torn Achilles tendon, lost for season
The Ravens have lost their first projected starter to a season-ending injury. Tight end Benjamin Watson suffered a torn right Achilles tendon on the first play of Saturday night's preseason game against the Detroit Lions.
» Ravens notes: Terrence Brooks fills in for Lardarius Webb at safety; WRs take turns returning kicks
Despite practicing all week and participating in pregame warm-ups, Lardarius Webb, the team's projected starter at free safety, did not play in Saturday night's 30-9 preseason victory over the Detroit Lions at M&T Bank Stadium. He suffered a minor physical problem and was held out for precautionary...

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» Son charged with attempted murder after crash hospitalizes mother
A Mount Airy man was charged with attempted murder Saturday after he allegedly pulled the steering wheel while his mother was driving Friday morning, causing the car to crash. Devin Harbison, 18, of the 1400 block of Chessie Court, was charged with one count each of attempted second-degree murder,...
» Sheriff: Alleged murderer first inmate on work release charged with crime
The case of an inmate committing a crime while on work release is a rarity, according to the heads of the Carroll County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center. It's so rare that the case of Robert Theodore Bosley, an inmate who was accused this week of first-degree murder, is the first time in...
» New teachers prepare for year ahead in Carroll County Public Schools
Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent Stephen Guthrie stood at the front of Liberty High School's auditorium, reminiscing about his first years as a teacher. He remembers barely being observed — if at all — but still receiving strong marks. The only advice he got was to maybe get more bulletin...
» Hampstead carnival starts this week
The Hampstead Volunteer Fire Company Carnival starts this week. The event — which starts Monday, Aug. 15 and runs through Saturday, Aug. 20 — includes rides, food, games and entertainment. On Saturday, the carnival begins at 3 p.m. and a parade begins at 5 p.m. The carnival runs from 6 to 11 p.m....
» Women protest treatment of domestic violence cases outside Circuit Court
About six women gathered on a patch of grass outside Carroll County Circuit Court with signs protesting the court system's treatment of women in domestic violence situations. The women came out Wednesday afternoon after hearing about the recent hearing of Keith Edward Sluder, who was found to be...

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