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» Jayson Aquino makes push for Orioles roster spot with impressive outing in 2-1 win
If the Orioles' 2-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday was the last chance left-hander Jayson Aquino gets to make an impression on the big league staff in hopes of earning a spot in the rotation, the 24-year-old spring training darling will break camp happy.
» Maryland Jewish centers find support amid the terror
When an unknown man phoned in a bomb threat against the tiny private school she runs in Annapolis, Sarah White swung into action. She led the 32 students of the Alpert Family Aleph Bet Jewish Day School to a safe location. She answered calls and texts from dozens of concerned parents. She worked...
» State report reveals problems at Lewis Museum, but new chief Wanda Draper has ambitious plans
The most precious materials that humans possess are built into the foundation of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture. You couldn't separate them if you tried. "We held a traditional African ceremony in 2003," Wanda Q. Draper, the museum's executive director,...
» Bel-Loc Diner in Parkville closes its doors after 53 years
Scott and Cristina McKay went on their first date six years ago at the Bel-Loc Diner in Parkville. They shared their first kiss in the parking lot. The couple, who live on Gittings Avenue nearby, sit at the bar every weekend for the pancakes, the split pea-and-ham soup and the wait staff that knows...
» As crab season beckons, some watermen hope for new rules to bolster their harvest
Joel Hayden's investment, tens of thousands of dollars' worth of yellow-painted wire cages, is spread across his lawn in neat stacks. Just beyond the water's edge, his paycheck is burrowed in the mud.It's the eve of blue crab season for watermen like the 28-year-old Hoopers Island native, and...

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» Five for Friday: Free agents who best fit with the Ravens
The Ravens have been busy this offseason after a slow start, reaching deals with safety Tony Jefferson, cornerback Brandon Carr and running back Danny Woodhead, as well as bringing back nose tackle Brandon Williams and wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with the draft approaching and free agency ongoing,...
» Baltimore Sun NFL mock draft (mid-free agency)
Last version of our mock draft was before the Falcons blew a 25-point lead in the Super Bowl, before the scouting combine and before free agency began. Things have changed in two months, but not at the top, where Myles Garrett is still an obvious choice to go No. 1 to the Cleveland Browns.
» Breakdown of Dennis Pitta's renegotiated contract with Ravens
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta took a $2.5 million pay cut in each of the next two seasons to increase his chances of remaining with the team.
» Wide receiver Kamar Aiken leaves Ravens, signs with Colts
The 27-year-old old wide receiver has agreed to a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts, according to his agent, David Canter. This ends Aiken's three-season stint with the Ravens.
» Retirement rumors behind him, cornerback Brandon Carr sees Ravens as perfect fit
Brandon Carr knows how rumors that he was contemplating retirement fanned out after the Dallas Cowboys’ stomach-punch loss to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC divisional-round playoffs. He simply disputes the legitimacy of those reports. “I just basically said, nine years [of playing in the NFL],...

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» Cub Scouts race homemade cars in Pinewood Derby
Boys decked out in blue and gold lined up against a metal track, cheering as little wooden cars went sliding down to the finish. It was Cub Scout Pack 883's Pinewood Derby. Scouts ages 6-11 gathered at St. Joseph Catholic Community on Saturday to race the small wooden vehicles they had made. Each...
» Softball tournament honors memory of Kristin Spurrier, support those in need of addiction treatment
Brad Gist knows he has been lucky in that addiction had never touched him or anyone in his family. But maybe he had been a little too lucky. "I've been kind of blind to it," he said. That all changed when the former Francis Scott Key High School girls basketball coach learned that one of his former...
» Commissioners to discuss FY18 budget in open meeting
The Carroll County Board of Commissioners will meet Thursday to discuss the county's fiscal year 2018 budget. The board will meet beginning at 9 a.m. in Room 311 of the Carroll County Office Building, at 25 N. Court St. in Westminster, and will start with a presentation on the budget from Ted Zaleski,...
» Home brew contest winner's suds on tap at Buffalo Wild Wings
Lee Kexel's Blonde Bock got a commercial production run at Baltimore County's DuClaw
» Cancer film series to be screened at St. Paul's UCC
St. Paul's United Church of Christ will host a free film series, "The Truth About Cancer," on Thursday, March 30. The film series will be screened at 17 Bond St. in Westminster starting at 7 p.m. According to a calendar posting, the series covers the most effective alternative methods used in other...

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