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» Shrimp and grits may be Baltimore’s hottest dish
Move over, crab cakes. There's a new favorite in town: shrimp and grits. It might seem like blasphemy in a city hard-wired to love the blue crustacean. But the classic Southern dish is on menus everywhere these days. Will Sterling, the owner of Saturday Morning Cafe near the Inner Harbor and who...
» Rawlings-Blake accuses Mosby of bowing to political pressure, charging Baltimore officers too soon
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake blasted Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby Wednesday, accusing the prosecutor of rushing to charge the officers accused in Freddie Gray's death before completing a thorough investigation.Rawlings-Blake said Mosby had the option of telling the public she needed...
» As much as 6 inches of rain could bring widespread flooding through Friday
As much as 6 inches of rain — and more in isolated areas — could cause widespread flooding across Central Maryland through Friday, including in Ellicott City, a community still recovering from a July deluge that triggered a deadly flash flood. A slow-moving low-pressure system coming from the Great...
» Flaccos welcome fourth child, a girl named Evelyn Renee, after three boys
The Ravens announced that quarterback Joe Flacco and his wife Dana welcomed their fourth child on Tuesday. Their first daughter is named Evelyn Renee. In another sign of his modest nature, Flacco did not mention his daughter’s arrival during his nearly 5-minute weekly conference with Baltimore...
» New Navy stealth destroyer, guided-missile cruiser coming to Baltimore for Fleet Week
The Navy announced Wednesday that it plans to send five ships to Baltimore to take part in Fleet Week next month — a cruiser, a destroyer, two transport ships and the new stealth ship USS Zumwalt. Fleet week begins on Oct. 10 and people will have a chance to clamber aboard the ships. Some 3,100...

2016 Baltimore Sun


 
» For Kelechi Osemele, playing the Ravens is 'not just another game'
When Oakland Raiders left guard Kelechi Osemele arrives in Baltimore on Saturday, he plans to have dinner with Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah. His agenda for the rest of his trip seems to revolve around making the Ravens regret not being more aggressive in trying to re-sign him this past offseason.
» Ravens bid farewell to former defensive line coach Clarence Brooks
The Ravens spent Tuesday and Wednesday celebrating the life of former defensive line coach Clarence Brooks, who died Sept. 17 at age 65 after battling esophageal and stomach cancer.
» Rookie running back Kenneth Dixon eager to return to the Ravens
The Ravens' struggling run game is in need of a boost, which could come in the form of Kenneth Dixon.
» Flaccos welcome fourth child, a girl named Evelyn Renee, after three boys
The Ravens announced that quarterback Joe Flacco and his wife Dana welcomed their fourth child on Tuesday. Their first daughter is named Evelyn Renee. In another sign of his modest nature, Flacco did not mention his daughter’s arrival during his nearly 5-minute weekly conference with Baltimore...
» Timmy Jernigan, Ronnie Stanley headline group absent from Ravens' practice on Wednesday
Seven Ravens players did not make an appearance during the portion of practice open to the media Wednesday morning. Three of them – wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., right guard Marshal Yanda, and center Jeremy Zuttah – are in Massachusetts to attend the funeral of former senior defensive assistant...

2016 Baltimore Sun


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» State releases district-level PARCC scores for Maryland students
Howard County and Carroll County students scored better last spring in nearly every grade and subject on Maryland's annual standardized tests — widening the gap with other Baltimore area school systems, which reported mixed results.But even in those highest-performing counties, only about half...
» Highway dedication bridges Baltimore, Carroll counties in memory of fallen officer
Route 30 is a busy north-south roadway connecting Carroll and Baltimore counties.On Sunday, it also served as a gathering place for hundreds of law enforcement officials and residents from both sides of the county line and beyond, who came to dedicate a portion of the road to slain police officer...
» Section of road dedicated to Baltimore County officer killed in 2013 raid
People often apologize to Charles Schneider when they talk about his oldest son, a Baltimore County police officer killed while on duty in 2013. But Schneider finds comfort in the mentions, knowing that his son isn't forgotten. At least once or twice a week, he hears, "'hey, I thought of Jay today.'...
» Son charged with attempted murder after crash hospitalizes mother
A Mount Airy man was charged with attempted murder Saturday after he allegedly pulled the steering wheel while his mother was driving Friday morning, causing the car to crash. Devin Harbison, 18, of the 1400 block of Chessie Court, was charged with one count each of attempted second-degree murder,...
» Sheriff: Alleged murderer first inmate on work release charged with crime
The case of an inmate committing a crime while on work release is a rarity, according to the heads of the Carroll County Sheriff's Office and Detention Center. It's so rare that the case of Robert Theodore Bosley, an inmate who was accused this week of first-degree murder, is the first time in...

2016 Baltimore Sun


 
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