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» Rural Maryland sees jobs in medical marijuana
HAGERSTOWN - Washington County is a proudly conservative place. Voters haven't backed a Democrat for president since 1964, and same-sex marriage lost by a landslide in a referendum three years ago.

» Cardin a key figure in debate over Iran nuclear deal
Sen. Ben Cardin has emerged as a central figure in the debate over the pending nuclear deal with Iran, joining a small group of lawmakers who could decide the future of one of President Barack Obama's most significant foreign policies.

» Emails reveal concerns, offers of help from business leaders after unrest
The morning after the city broke out in riots on April 27, T. Rowe Price Group CEO James A.C. Kennedy sent an email to Baltimore Deputy Mayor Colin Tarbert. Attached were two tweets, one calling for protests at T. Rowe and other major downtown businesses, and another saying "imagine if" rioters...

» Mosby derailed program to analyze Baltimore homicides
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby recently derailed an initiative to bring together city leaders, law enforcement commanders, academics, public health officials and others to identify real-time homicide trends and develop targeted responses - the latest crime-fighting program to falter...

» Kamenetz taking leadership on transit, housing
As for that idea I floated a few months ago: that Gov. Larry Hogan and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake should work together on a comprehensive, post-Freddie Gray, post-riot plan for the city's recovery. Forget about it. There are no takers.

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» Timmy Jernigan, Courtney Upshaw stand out in first padded practice
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» Judge orders Goodell, Brady appear in court Aug. 12, 19
The federal judge handling Tom Brady's attempt to overturn his four-game suspension ordered the New England quarterback and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to appear in court twice in mid-August.

» Breshad Perriman sidelined again, Elvis Dumervil out again with tendinitis in Achilles
Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil is dealing with tendinitis in his Achilles and is sidelined for his second consecutive practice.

» Mike Preston's observations: Russell Wilson's new contract sets bar for Ravens, Joe Flacco
If this year's draft class is as good as expected, the Ravens will have a solid foundation to build upon for years to come. They're going to need it after Friday's announcement of the new contract signed by Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson.

» Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro took up yoga, Pilates to increase flexibility this offseason
In a quest to increase his flexibility and avoid the muscle pulls that have plagued him over the past year, Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro took up yoga and Pilates this offseason.

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» Participants make butter, burn calories at aerobics class fundraiser
It's rarely the goal of an aerobics class to leave with fat, but men and women at the Mount Airy Farmers Market each walked away Wednesday night with two jars of butter they churned while dancing their way through a 30-minute workout.

» Westminster man pleads guilty in federal court to mail fraud scheme
Defendant stole $1.9 million from clients who thought he was an investment adviser

» Taneytown woman accused of using car in assault
A Taneytown woman is accused of driving a car at a man then continuing to drive for about a half mile with him on the hood.

» Westminster man charged with theft from vehicle, shoplifting
A Westminster man who alleged that someone stole clothing and shoes from him early Monday morning was arrested Tuesday night after police say he shoplifted clothing and shoes from stores and took change from at least one car in the parking lot.

» Eric Byrd Trio performs music of Ray Charles
For more than a decade, performances by the Eric Byrd Trio have been a holiday staple in Westminster, with the group performing Vince Guaraldi's music from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" each year at the Carroll Arts Center. This year, the group is returning in the heat of the summer, to perform the...

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