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» Neighbors hope Pimlico Race Course redevelopment in Baltimore would spur jobs, revitalize area
In the four decades Maurice Braxton has been cutting hair in Park Heights, he said he’s watched the neighborhood change for the worse. But the master barber at Park Heights Barber Shop is hopeful the latest proposition to revitalize Pimlico Race Course could reverse the surrounding community’s...
» Woman, 25, fatally shot in car near social services office in South Baltimore Thursday
A 25-year-old woman was shot and killed inside a car near a social services office in South Baltimore Thursday afternoon, city police said. Officers were called at 1:23 p.m. to a parking-lot in the Unit block of Reebird Avenue for a shooting. Police said the woman was seated inside of a vehicle...
» Maryland weather: Possible flooding Friday night and Saturday as heavy rain returns
Heavy rain is forecast to return to Maryland late Friday, and meteorologists warned it could bring with it flooding risks into Saturday. The National Weather Service issued a flood watch across Central Maryland from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon. A large area of low pressure is forecast...
» Key takeaways from study on the future of Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course
A new Maryland Stadium Authority study suggests a $424 million demolition and rebuilding of Pimlico Race Course, the dilapidated home of the Preakness Stakes in Northwest Baltimore. What’s in the study? Here are some highlights. 'Demolition and removal of all existing structures' Pimlico, the second-oldest...
» Mike Elias: Longtime Oriole Adam Jones 'no different' from other free agents the team will monitor
Longtime Orioles outfielder Adam Jones spent some time in Las Vegas this week at baseball's winter meetings for his role on the Baseball Assistance Team's advisory board, but it doesn't appear his proximity to the team's new leadership group did anything for his chance of a return to Baltimore...

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» Ravens notes: Safety Tony Jefferson returns to practice for first time since ankle injury
Ravens starting safety Tony Jefferson ended a streak of missing seven consecutive practices and participated on a limited basis Thursday afternoon, validating coach John Harbaugh’s assessment Wednesday that Jefferson was “close” to coming back. “Much better, man,” Jefferson said of his health before...
» How Ravens coach John Harbaugh got from 'Flacco is our quarterback' to 'Joe will be the No. 2'
One hip injury, three wins and five weeks of uncertainty later, Ravens coach John Harbaugh announced Wednesday that rookie Lamar Jackson will remain the team’s starting quarterback Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Joe Flacco, a longtime face of the franchise and former Super Bowl Most Valuable...
» Scouting report for Sunday's Ravens-Buccaneers game
Find out who has the advantage in the Ravens-Bucs game Sunday.
» Staff picks for Sunday's Ravens-Buccaneers game at M&T Bank Stadium
Jen Badie Ravens 27, Buccaneers 24 Tampa Bay is terrible on the road: The Bucs haven’t won an away game since the first week of the season, despite averaging almost 31 points in those games. While their offense is ranked No. 1 in passing yards per game, their defense gives up a 30th-ranked 29.5...
» Preston: Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco handles demotion with his typical class
During the first Ravens draft in 1996, the team selected UCLA offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden in the first round and that move irritated veteran left tackle Tony Jones. Minutes after the selection, Jones told me he knew what was going on and that when a team selects a player in the first round,...

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» Celebrity makeup artist Lindsay Ebbin fashions makeup makeovers to benefit Carroll Hospital birthing center
“I like it. I really like it,” said Dani Schubert, as she glimpsed herself in a hand mirror Wednesday evening in the main lobby of Carroll Hospital. As a self described non-makeup person, Schubert had been skeptical of the “’Tis the Season for Beauty & Holiday Excitement” special event, but was...
» Two sent to hospital after Md. 140 crash that closed road Wednesday night
Two people were taken to the hospital Wednesday night after a collision involving three vehicles near Full Moon Pub and Grill on Md. 140. The incident, which occurred just over the Carroll County line in Baltimore County, was called in just before 6:30 p.m., said Lt. Steve Scherba, with the Baltimore...
» Carroll County Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics Local 5184 presented with charter
Carroll County Professional Fire Fighters and Paramedics Local 5184 were presented its official charter from the International Association of Fire Fighters in a ceremony Wednesday, Dec. 12. “It’s a formality, but it’s definitely a meaningful formality,” said 2019 executive board member Michael...
» Daily arrest report for those arrested Dec. 12, 2018
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.
» In final school board meeting before New Year, Carroll County teachers, union leaders call for educator raises
In the last Board of Education meeting of the calendar year — a meeting that was a first for three new members — the Carroll County Public Schools board moved forward with the bid for the feasibility study for a possible East Middle School project. The total cost of the study comes in at $60,522,...

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