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» Broken locks, poor lighting: Baltimore schools found to have ‘significant security and safety issues’
When gunfire rang out at Frederick Douglass High in February, the sprawling West Baltimore school was ordered to go on lockdown. But inside that aging building, many classroom doors had broken locks. The shooting at Douglass — in which a hall monitor was injured by a student’s irate relative —...
» Paul Ryan moving to Maryland, not selling Wisconsin home
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan is moving his family from his hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin, to a house in a Washington, D.C., suburb less than a year after he retired from Congress saying he wanted to spend more time with his children. Ryan spokesman Kevin Seifert said Tuesday that Ryan and...
» Ousted Planned Parenthood CEO Leana Wen announces new job as professor at George Washington University
Dr. Leana Wen, the former Baltimore health commissioner who was ousted last month as the Planned Parenthood CEO, has gotten a new job as a professor at George Washington University’s school of public health. Mina Radman, a spokeswoman for the D.C. university’s school of public health, said Wen...
» Man, 44, shot to death in Middle River
A 44-year-old man was shot to death in an apartment in Middle River on Monday, Baltimore County police said. The man, whose name was not released pending family notification, was shot just before midnight inside an apartment at the Townhomes at River’s Gate in the 200 block of Shagbark Road, police...
» Maryland lawmakers have a lot to learn on legalizing marijuana. Here are 5 things the experts taught them.
As Maryland’s lawmakers delve into the nuances of whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use, they’re learning that they have a lot of details to figure out. A joint House of Delegates-Senate work group on legalization met Monday for the second time, as members build up their knowledge...

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» Former Ravens quarterback Anthony Wright hospitalized after shooting
Former Ravens quarterback Anthony Wright was hospitalized Monday after being shot “multiple” times, North Carolina police said. Witnesses told police in Concord, N.C., that Wright was shot after an argument with his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend Monday afternoon. Wright was taken to a local hospital...
» Ravens wait for 'cream' to surface in battle for starting left guard
In Ronnie Stanley and Orlando Brown Jr., the Ravens have a pair of potential Pro Bowl bookend tackles. Marshal Yanda is one of the NFL’s best right guards. Center Matt Skura has the confidence of coach John Harbaugh. Left guard remains the biggest question mark on the Ravens offensive line. Three...
» Preston: Looking ahead to Ravens' top training camp storylines by position
It’s that time of the year when most NFL executives are playing golf or laying on the beach. It’s dark around the league as far as business, a time for relaxation before training camps open. With the Ravens set to have their first practice July 25, it’s unlikely they will make any deals before...
» Preston's observations: He hasn't played a game yet for the Ravens, but Earl Thomas is already a team leader
When veteran wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. signed with the Ravens before the 2014 season, he was careful about displaying too much leadership too soon. He didn’t want to cause any problems in the locker room right away. But it’s been different since the Ravens signed veteran safety Earl Thomas...
» Preston: Rebuilding Jets have a Ravens flavor, and GM Eric DeCosta has taken notice
The New York Jets have a Ravens flavor, one that impresses Baltimore general manager Eric DeCosta but does not concern him. During this offseason, the Jets have made former Ravens national scout Joe Douglas their general manager and recently added two more former Ravens front office assistants...

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» Central Carroll: Adoption drive at Finksburg library; new Summer Wellness Series; Heavens to Betsey flea market
Bring your family and come out to meet some wonderful dogs in need of loving forever homes at the Finksburg branch library’s Operation Paws for Homes Adoption Event on Saturday, July 13, beginning at 11 a.m. “This is a very casual event that will be held outside the library,” said Max Eber, children’s...
» North Carroll: Manchester Baptist Church hosting VBS, movie nights; outdoor music at Coon Club
Manchester Baptist Church is hosting “In the Wild VBS: Join the Adventure” from Sunday, July 14 through Friday, July 19, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. each day. The vacation Bible school kickoff event is at 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 13. They will be showing “God's Little Creatures,” and admission is free....
» Visitation and service listings for July 9
James E. “Jim” Cook: Visitation, 5 p.m. until time of celebration of life, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Pritts Funeral Home and Chapel, 412 Washington Road, Westminster. John J. “Joe” Fisher Sr.: Visitation, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. today; service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Myers-Durboraw Funeral Home, 91 Willis St., Westminster....
» Rising fifth-graders learn how to make paper at Living History Camp at Carroll farm museum
Madeline Richelderfer feels grateful she wasn’t alive during the 1800s. “I don’t think I could live without pizza, first of all. Or like, video games and stuff,” she said. “They didn’t have a whole lot — they had board games. Maybe like checkers. That’s about it.” Richelderfer, 10, hasn’t learned...
» Westminster man charged with assault
A Westminster man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted a woman in the parking lot of the Westminster Walmart. Kasey Camron Kassakatis, 21, of the 100 block of South Ralph Street, was charged with one count each of second-degree assault, malicious destruction of property valued less than $1,000...

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