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» Dismissed: Tenants lose, landlords win in Baltimore's rent court
First of two parts Halisi Ross thought it was the right rental. π The 26-year-old Baltimore man liked the look and feel of the two-story rowhouse in the 1200 block of Ashburton St. It was convenient to his classes at Coppin State University. Best of all: The landlord, Waz Properties, allowed dogs....
» Despite controversy, Maryland medical marijuana grower on brink of starting cultivation
Since lawmakers approved medical marijuana in Maryland, the nascent industry has been mired in legal and political controversy. A judge is deciding whether the state improperly awarded licenses to grow and process the plant. Black lawmakers said minorities didn't have a fair chance of getting those...
» Baltimore developer Reed Cordish has big job in the Trump administration: Fix the government
As a partner in one of Baltimore's best-known development firms, Reed S. Cordish spent decades watching how the federal government assessed the environmental impact of the projects his company was building. The process, he concluded, is "all but broken." Now an assistant to President Donald Trump,...
» Fire Department response times, dispatch errors among data city lawyers won't release
City lawyers refused to release information about the Baltimore Fire Department's response times, dispatch errors and paramedic staffing rates. Benjamin A. Bor, a special assistant solicitor in the city's Law Department, told The Baltimore Sun this month that the city was denying two Public Information...
» Five-and-dime historic district proposal seeks to preserve city's commercial past
Baltimore's old shopping district has proved a vexing problem. Its department stores and five-and-dimes began closing 40 years ago, when Hochschild Kohn permanently locked its doors at Howard and Lexington streets. City officials have tried to usher in new development to what is a now, 40 years...

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» Ravens: 'Our picks were value picks'
The Ravens exited a draft for the first time in franchise history without drafting a single offensive skill position player.
» Mike Preston's take on Ravens' sixth-round pick
Here's what columnist Mike Preston thinks about the Ravens' final pick of the NFL Draft, Chuck Clark, safety out of Virginia Tech. It was a curious pick given that the Ravens already have safeties Eric Weddle, Tony Jefferson and Lardarious Webb on the roster: Clark has nice size and has a nose...
» In non-draft news, Ravens pick up 5th-year contract option on C.J. Mosley
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome confirmed after the draft that the team has picked up C.J. Mosley’s fifth-year option, meaning the two-time Pro Bowl linebacker is under contractual control with the team through 2018. The Ravens had until Wednesday to make the decision, but it was a formality....
» Ravens use sixth pick on safety from Virginia Tech, Chuck Clark
The Ravens used their final pick of the 2017 draft on Virginia Tech safety Chuck Clark, who went with the 186th pick in the sixth round. Clark was a three-year starter for the Hokies. Unless the Ravens trade back into the draft, they’ll have not drafted a wide receiver for the first time since...
» With this draft, Ravens are getting back to their hard-hitting, defensive ways
If anyone is truly surprised that the Ravens put a huge emphasis on defense in this year's NFL draft, it would be wise to remember the famous adage about the fate of those who ignore history. The Ravens used their first four picks to fortify key defensive positions and make sure they would not...

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» Two dead after New Windsor collision
Two people were killed Saturday afternoon in a collision on Md. 31, according to a duty officer with the Carroll County Sheriff's Office. A 32-year-old Frederick man was traveling eastbound on New Windsor Road when he crossed the double yellow line and struck a vehicle driven by a 57-year-old woman...
» Trucks face off at annual Buckwild Truck and Tractor Classic
While Dominic Toretto and the street racers of "The Fast and the Furious" live their lives a quarter-mile at a time, the drag racers at the annual Buckwild Truck and Tractor Classic are given just 250 feet to prove their worth. The show — featuring drag races, tractor and truck pulls, a car and...
» Eldersburg woman indicted on 15 forgery, theft charges
A Eldersburg woman turned herself in Friday after she was indicted Thursday on 15 counts of fraud and theft. Robbin Davlin, 52, of the 800 block of Cornwall Court, was charged with five counts of theft scheme between $10,000 and $100,000, four counts of forgery and counterfeit of private documents,...
» Manchester woman walks for kidney health after getting new one of her own
May 24, 2016, was the best day of Macie Coates' life. That's the day the Manchester resident got the call that let her know she was getting a new kidney. "In that moment, I couldn't cry or anything," Coates said. "I was just filled with so much joy I can't even explain it." Coates, now 24, was...
» Athletes show off their abilities at 46th Special Olympics Spring Games
Cheered on by her peers and family, Sykesville Middle School eighth-grader Debbie Brusio raced to the finish line during the 50-meter dash Friday morning. Debbie was one of 223 athletes who competed in the 46th annual Special Olympics Spring Games at Westminster High School. "It was fun because...

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