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» Presidential hopefuls make a final New Hampshire sprint in wild 2016 campaign
With a snowstorm bearing down, presidential candidates scurried across New Hampshire on Monday, leveling inflammatory attacks against one another while pleading with voters for their support in Tuesday's primary election, which appeared likely to settle little in the wild nominating contests. New...









» Storm expected to drop 4 to 8 inches of wet snow
A 24-hour burst bringing 4 to 8 inches of wet snow is forecast Tuesday across a swath of the Mid-Atlantic, including Central Maryland. The Baltimore region was placed under a winter storm warning from late Monday night through early Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Monday evening...









» Harford schools' ban on trips to city lifted
Harford County school officials lifted their ban Monday on field trips and other travel to Baltimore.The decision came after Harford County Executive Barry Glassman urged the school system to reconsider the ban, and Baltimore elected officials criticized the county's schools for denying children...









» Radio One to hold vigil for DJ Reggie Reg tonight
Radio One will hold a candlelight vigil tonight for Reggie Reg, a well-known disk jockey who had worked at Baltimore radio station 92Q who died Saturday.  Born Reginald Calhoun, DJ Reggie Reg joined the joined the staff of 92Q radio, also known as WERQ-FM, in the mid-1990s and remained on the air...









» Baltimore's quick economic growth contributes to loss in state aid to schools
Here's the good news: For the second year in a row, Baltimore's economy is improving faster than anywhere else in Maryland.Here's the bad news: Once again, that has contributed to deep cuts to the city schools budget.Because much of Baltimore's economic growth has been fueled by a wide array of...









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» Broncos show why a pass rusher should be on top of Ravens' wish list
Team needs to provide Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil with help









» Vegas gives Ravens 30/1 odds to win Super Bowl 51
Team coming off a 5-11 season









» 11 weeks after tearing ACL and MCL, Joe Flacco doesn't have much of a limp
On Nov. 22, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco tore his left ACL and MCL, ending his season and starting a rehabilitation process of six to nine months. On Dec. 30, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Flacco "is going to be ready for training camp" next season. On Sunday, Flacco's stride looked solid, if...









» No surprise: Peyton Manning saves his big announcement for more appropriate time
No one can deny that Peyton Manning is a class act, and no one was surprised when he deflected questions Sunday after Super Bowl 50 about his future. He gave every unspecific indication that this was his "last rodeo," but he wasn't about to make the Denver Broncos' victory all about himself. There...









» Ravens spokesman Chad Steele shadows Peyton Manning after Super Bowl 50
Yes, that was Chad Steele of the Ravens’ media relations staff getting more face time on television Sunday than Peyton Manning. Steele, the Ravens’ vice president of public relations, has been working for the NFL during Super Bowl 50 week in Santa Clara, Calif. He was behind Manning and Broncos...









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» DEA officials alert Carroll health professionals about opioid misuse
Over 100 local health professionals attended a lecture by federal Drug Enforcement Administration officials Monday in Carroll Hospital's Shauck Auditorium in Westminster to learn about the country's opioid epidemic. Carroll County Health Department's Substance Abuse Prevention Supervisor Linda...









» Robots try smashing pumpkins at Eldersburg library
Smashing families' Jack O'Lanterns is a long-running, generally discouraged Halloween or mischief night tradition, similar to egging houses or toilet papering a yard. Despite the social stigma, the Carroll County Public Library, along with the educational nonprofit Partnership of Inspiration for...









» Former Carroll schools superintendent, Howard executive Charles Ecker dies
It was a tumultuous time for Carroll County Public Schools at the turn of the century. William Hyde had retired as superintendent under a cloud of controversy after a grand jury investigation into the misuse of school construction funds. Morale was low and employees lacked direction from central...









» Hampstead woman charged with narcotics distribution
Police, DEA allege prescription fraud









» Carroll schools delay flu vaccine clinics
Elementary schools will get FluMist in November









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