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» 5 shot, 3 dead in Maryland business park, gunman on the run, Harford sheriff says
Three people died and two were injured in a shooting Wednesday morning at an Edgewood area business park, the Harford County sheriff said. The shooting occurred around 8:58 a.m. at Advanced Granite Solutions, according to Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler. All five people were shot with a handgun, and are...
» Maryland business park shooting suspect sought in Wilmington, Del. shooting
The man being sought in connection with the shooting of five people at a Harford County business park is also believed to be responsible for another shooting later Wednesday in Wilmington, Del., police said. The Wilmington Police Department confirmed that they are searching for Radee Prince, 37,...
» Court documents: Former co-worker of suspected Edgewood business park shooter 'feared him'
The man being sought in connection with a mass shooting at a Harford County business park was fired from another job earlier this year after attacking another employee, according to a restraining order filed against him earlier this year. A co-worker sought a peace order against Radee Prince in...
» Baltimore, Maryland leaders and Port Covington developer complete city's bid for Amazon headquarters
City and state leaders and Port Covington developer Sagamore Development offered little detail about the Baltimore’s bid for Amazon’s second headquarters as they gathered publicly Wednesday to sign the documents. The deadline is Thursday to submit bids for the coveted project by the online retail...
» Absent title sponsor, Baltimore Running Festival gets its second wind
Four years ago, the Baltimore Running Festival lost its title sponsor and along with it the cash purses that drew elite marathoners to the city’s signature foot race. Gone were the aspirations that Baltimore’s hilly course might rise one day grow to rival Boston, Chicago or New York, but race organizers...

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» Defensive linemen Brandon Williams, Carl Davis back at Ravens practice on Wednesday
The Ravens opened practice for Sunday’s game at the Minnesota Vikings with the return of two starters on the defensive line. Defensive tackle Brandon Williams and defensive end Carl Davis participated in Wednesday’s practice. Williams sat out the last four games because of a left foot injury, while...
» Ravens have disputed hit that led to Breshad Perriman’s concussion
The Ravens might not have Breshad Perriman for Sunday’s road game against the Minnesota Vikings because of a concussion, and they are unhappy about how the starting receiver suffered the injury. Coach John Harbaugh said before Wednesday afternoon’s practice that the team has turned film in to the...
» Ravens news, notes and opinions on a predictable offense, trouble in the secondary and Jaylen Hill
A year after coordinator Marty Mornhinweg and the offense were consistently criticized for not establishing or sticking to the run game, the Ravens are running the ball more than just four other teams and have been successful doing it. But have they become too predictable, specifically on first...
» Ravens at Work: Director of food services Tenille Moore building a healthier Castle
Every week during the season, The Baltimore Sun will spotlight how a member of the Ravens organization does his or her job. Tenille Moore remembers the cookies — big, warm and plated up after almost every meal. She endured a long, cold year in the Ravens’ team cafeteria, explaining to players and...
» Ravens sign linebacker Steven Johnson, release linebacker Jonathan Freeny
The Ravens switched out inside linebackers Tuesday, signing veteran Steven Johnson and releasing Jonathan Freeny. Johnson, 29, is a six-year veteran who played seven games with the Pittsburgh Steelers over the past two seasons. He also had stints with the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans. After...

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» Going Deutsch: Maryland students celebrate German-American culture
Students from 20 middle schools and high schools from Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania traveled to McDaniel College on Tuesday morning for what teachers and organizers hoped would be a wunderbar experience at the annual German-American Culture Day. Each year, organizers of the event,...
» Daily arrest report for October 17, 2016
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.
» New Windsor murder trial begins with opening arguments
Attorney Matthew Williams addressed the jury directly as he presented opening statements for the defense in the murder trial of Bret Michael Wheeler on Tuesday afternoon. “We don’t need to come up with an alternative story because the story is the story,” Williamson told the 12-member jury, which...
» Four dead in crash on Md. 31 outside Westminster
Four people were killed in a head-on collision on Md. 31 on Tuesday afternoon after a motorist traveling approximately 100 mph lost control of their vehicle, according to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. A deputy traveling on Md. 31 to New Windsor saw the vehicle, an Infiniti, traveling at...
» Maasai visit to Carroll schools 'mutually beneficial,' a chance to share culture
Ebb Valley Elementary School fourth-graders sat around tables, each with a thin, curved wire. The students slowly and methodically worked to put very small, glass beads onto the wire, one by one. As the students worked, Maasai Chief Joseph Ole Tipanko and community organizer John Parsitau, from...

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