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» Light City illuminates Baltimore for a third year
For the third year, Baltimore is illuminated by colorful art installations during Light City.
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» Rodricks: Reconsidering Baltimore's economic power
A Goucher Poll in February found that a significant majority of Marylanders disagreed with the oft-heard assertion that Baltimore is the economic engine of the state. That’s a reflection of a lot of things — three depressing years of insane violence; a general perception that opportunity, affluence...
» Universal FanCon abruptly postponed, a week before planned debut in Baltimore, organizers say
A week before crowds of self-proclaimed proud geeks were scheduled to gather at Universal FanCon in the Baltimore Convention Center, organizers abruptly announced that the event has been postponed. The convention had been billed as the “first multi-fandom Con dedicated to inclusion, highlighting...
» 4 former presidents among hundreds at Barbara Bush's funeral
Barbara Bush was the "first lady of the greatest generation." Historian Jon Meacham bestowed the title on Barbara Bush while speaking to former presidents, ambassadors and hundreds of other mourners inside the nation's largest Episcopal church during her funeral Saturday. He recalled the former...

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» As NFL draft nears, Pasadena native Ezekiel Turner hopes his days of being overlooked are over
After finishing his high school football career at Glen Burnie, Ezekiel Turner decided his best option was to bet on himself. Turner, a running back and safety in high school, had a couple of Division II offers in hand and a few preferred walk-on slots available from programs such as Towson and...
» Ravens agree to two-year deal with WR Willie Snead, await Saints' decision on whether they'll match
The Ravens have agreed to a deal with a receiver and it isn’t Dez Bryant. Continuing their makeover at the position, the Ravens have signed New Orleans Saints restricted free agent Willie Snead to an offer sheet, sources confirmed. The Saints now have five days to match the deal or they’ll lose...
» Stakes are high for Ravens as Ozzie Newsome prepares to run his last draft as GM
Ozzie Newsome has been the Ravens' final vote on draft picks for 22 years. And as he prepares to run his final draft as general manager, he has put the onus on himself to reverse the team's fortunes.
» Ravens news, notes and opinions on possibly drafting Lamar Jackson, schedule release, wideouts
The Ravens clearly are intrigued enough by Lamar Jackson to bring in the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback in for a pre-draft visit. But that doesn't mean they are taking him with the 16th overall pick.
» Ravens' 2018 schedule opens at home against Bills but is front-loaded with road games
The Ravens open at home against the Buffalo Bills, will be done with AFC North road games after Oct. 7, have a three-game road trip, have a three-game homestand, face four straight 2017 playoff teams in the midseason, and have back-to-back road games against the Falcons and Chiefs in December.

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» Carroll Superintendent Guthrie to take job in Delaware school system
Carroll County Public Schools Superintendent Stephen Guthrie is set to step down from that post on June 30, but far from retiring, he is opening a new chapter in his career: Come July 1, Guthrie will start his new job as Superintendent of the Sussex Technical School District, in Sussex County,...
» Shoemaker, Howard clash over state funding for Carroll schools
Carroll County Del. Haven Shoemaker, R-District 5, took issue with a comment Board of Education candidate and current County Commissioner Doug Howard made during Thursday night’s candidate forum regarding state funding for education. “For Board of Education candidate Doug Howard to claim that the...
» Westminster to celebrate Arbor Day
Tree-huggers and guests alike are invited to a Westminster Arbor Day celebration in Dutterer Family Park at 10:30 a.m. on April 27. The City of Westminster and the Westminster Tree Commission will be planting two new trees, a dogwood and a hawthorn, to commemorate the annual event. Also a cause...
» Two injured in Friday morning collision in Eldersburg
A two-vehicle collision Friday morning in Eldersburg sent both drivers to the hospital with injuries. The incident occurred at 9:12 a.m. at the intersection of Liberty Road and Johnsville Road, according to a Maryland State Police news release. According to MSP, the preliminary investigation revealed...
» Athletes jump, toss and sprint to success in Special Olympics Spring Games
With music playing in the background, Derek Long smiled wide as a gold medal was placed around his neck at the 47th annual Carroll County Special Olympics Spring Games. He felt “super excited” after receiving the medal, he said. This was his very first time at the games, held annually to celebrate...

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