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» Two-strike hits ruin Chris Tillman’s bid for a fifth straight win
The difference for Chris Tillman in Tuesday's loss may have been as subtle as five pitches, the ones that created the five two-strike hits that spoiled his outing in the third inning.
» Clinton wins historic nomination, says glass ceiling cracked
On a night awash in history, Hillary Clinton triumphantly became the first woman to lead a major American political party toward the White House, breaking through a barrier that painfully eluded her eight years ago. She put an electrifying cap on the Democratic convention's second night, appearing...
» Kamenetz, other Md. Democrats eyeing run for governor make connections at convention
Democrats have gathered here to nominate Hillary Clinton for president, but the former secretary of state isn't the only politician hoping the convention provides a bounce in support. Between breakfast pastries and late-night receptions, at least three prominent Democrats from Maryland considering...
» Only the Clintons: Bill delivers the speech no one else could
As he stood at the lectern last night, Bill Clinton was doing more than delivering another convention speech, something he has done every four years spanning four decades. This was a larger moment for the former president, and it was a long time coming. In this one speech, he was essentially making...
» Freddie Gray case: What you need to know about the upcoming trial of Baltimore Police Officer Garrett Miller
The trial of the next Baltimore police officer charged in the Freddie Gray case is set to get under way, with a pretrial motions hearing Wednesday morning in a downtown courtroom.Officer Garrett Miller, 27, is charged with second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and two counts of misconduct...

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» Ravens bring in offensive tackle Jake Long, a former first overall pick
If officially signed, Long would provide depth at a spot where the Ravens need it.
» Ravens news, notes and opinions on the running game, Jimmy Smith and more
Not a lot has been said or written about it, but fixing running game remains key for the 2016 Ravens.
» Ravens training camp breakdown: wide receivers
The Ravens' wide receiver depth chart is littered with questions
» Cornerback Jimmy Smith can save the Ravens' defense with a breakout season
Of all the returning players on the roster, regardless if they were injured last year, Smith is the major key to the defense returning to prominence.
» Ed Reed on justice in Baltimore: 'It feels like the laws aren’t the same for everyone'
Domonique Foxworth grew up in Randallstown. Ed Reed spent the first 11 years of his NFL career in Baltimore. They were Ravens teammates for three seasons, Foxworth a cornerback and Reed a safety, but their grasp of life in the city made them distinctive in an itinerant profession. Though they've...

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» Carroll County 4-Hers demonstrate leadership, responsibility and patience at annual Dog Show
Expertly guiding 10-month-old Bernese mountain dog Bones through the ring Sunday morning, Brandon Paugh demonstrated the deep connection he has developed with his canine companion. Brandon, 9, won this year's 4-H Spirit Award for best dog/handler partnership during the 54th annual Carroll County...
» Local residents look forward to attending DNC
When the Democratic National Convention begins Monday in Philadelphia, Carroll County will have representatives in the crowd. Corynne Courpas and Greg Pecoraro will both head to Philadelphia to join thousands of other Democrats from around the country to officially nominate the party's presidential...
» 100 years of the National Park Service, by the numbers
This year marks a century of the National Park Service. The organization, founded in 1916 with 14 national parks and 21 national monuments, works to preserve lands throughout the country. In addition to the national parks, the service also designates monuments, preserves, reserves, lakeshores,...
» Changes in graduation robes, locker room design possible Title IX committee recommendations
Changes in the form of single-colored robes at graduation, stalls around urinals and privacy areas in locker rooms could be coming to Carroll County Public Schools. These recommendations — and others like them — are being discussed this summer by a more-than 70-person committee charged with looking...
» Westminster teens invited to hunt for Pokémon
Westminster's department of Recreation and Parks is hosting a special "Pokémon Go"-themed Teens on the Go program Friday, July 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The event invites participants from sixth through 10th grade to bring their smartphones loaded with "Pokémon Go" to the Robert Moton Center,...

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