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» Maryland basketball falls apart in second half of 89-75 home loss to Minnesota
Melo Trimble seemed to be putting his shooting slump behind him, and the Terps, despite losing to then No. 11 Wisconsin on Sunday, seemed ready to close the season better than they did last season. Maybe not.
» Teachers at Baltimore elementary school report sick en masse
The teaching staff at a small East Baltimore School called out sick en masse Wednesday in what the city schools system and teachers union said appeared to be a protest against looming budget cuts and layoffs. School system administrators condemned the teacher absences at Tench Tilghman Elementary-Middle...
» Scientists discover seven Earth-sized planets orbiting nearby star
Raising hope of finding a "second Earth" out there in the cosmos, scientists announced Wednesday that they've found three planets circling a relatively nearby star that could be hospitable enough to support life.They are among seven planets discovered orbiting the star known as TRAPPIST-1, about...
» Coming soon to movie theaters near you: luxury seating, upscale dining and other amenities
Deborah Morton knows her new favorite movie theater. Her appreciation has nothing to do with its location, the number of screens or even the movies that play there. For Morton, it's all about the comfy seats — luxury, push-button power recliners that can position their occupants almost parallel...
» No flakes: Baltimore could tie record-low snowfall, meteorologists say
When the meteorological winter ends next week, Baltimore's snowfall tally is expected to remain at less than an inch — tying the region for its least snowy season on record.A largely tranquil weather pattern and simple good fortune have created what meteorologists jokingly referred to as a "snow...

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» For Ravens, Joe Flacco-to-Dennis Pitta a recipe for 'failed completions' in 2016
Considering the state of Dennis Pitta's two hips and Joe Flacco's left knee a year ago, it's a miracle of medical science that the Ravens tight end and quarterback appeared in all 16 games last season.
» Ravens news, notes and opinions on free agents, prospects and blitz pickup
The Ravens have made offers to several of their top free agents, a group that includes right tackle Rick Wagner, nose tackle Brandon Williams and fullback Kyle Juszczyk, in the hopes of keeping them off the open market. Nothing appears imminent on those fronts, but the Ravens will surely take another...
» 2017 NFL draft: Fresh look at the top 50 prospects
The deadline to declare for the draft has passed. The Senior Bowl is in the books. The NFL scouting combine is a scant three weeks away. Draft season is fully engaged and the many prospects are already well along the proverbial road to the podium. Which players will get that invite to the 2017...
» Steve Smith Sr. staying away from training to avoid thoughts of a comeback
Steve Smith Sr. officially filed for his retirement last month, but the ultra-competitive former Ravens wide receiver knows himself too well to even help people train this offseason. Smith wants to stay disciplined, lest he find himself on the field next season at age 38.
» Ravens' Ronnie Stanley and his 'not-so-adoptable' dog from BARCS to be featured on Animal Planet
Ravens offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley — and his adopted dog Lola — will be featured on Animal Planet’s “Stars to the Rescue,” which airs 8 p.m. Saturday. A clip from the episode can be seen above. Stanley gained support from pet lovers in June when the 22-year-old and his girlfriend went to the...

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» BOE, Guthrie comment on removal of 'We the People' posters
School officials maintain support for diversity, inclusivity while standing by decision
» BOE talks grade configuration in work session
Board of Education members delved into ideas around grade configuration at a Wednesday work session — the second of a number of meetings scheduled through the summer to look at all aspects of redistricting, building utilization and school closures. The board reviewed the current middle school...
» Westminster man held without bail on assault charges
A Westminster man is being held without bail after he allegedly stabbed a woman and strangled her. Christopher Alan Hamilton, 32, of the unit block of Wimert Avenue, was charged with one count of first-degree assault, three counts of second-degree assault and one count of possessing a dangerous...
» Taneytown man charged with second-degree assault
A Taneytown man was charged with second-degree assault after he allegedly attacked a 17-year-old girl. Nicholas Ray Blanton, 32, of the unit block of York Street, was charged with one count each of second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and intoxicated endangerment. He...
» Statewide project highlights Carroll's 3-D printing, Tech Center
Liberty junior headed to Annapolis to join governor

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