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» Early voting begins: Marylanders get first opportunity to cast ballots for Clinton or Trump
As Marylanders get their first opportunity to cast ballots in early voting in the hotly contested presidential election between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump today, elections officials are bracing for a record turnout. More than 430,500 Marylanders took advantage of early...
» Medical laundry firm to open 80,000-square-foot facility in East Baltimore, hire 400 new employees
Up To Date Laundry, a Baltimore-based commercial laundry operation that cleans sheets, doctors' scrubs and other linens for many of the area's major health care systems, plans to double its capacity and eventually its employment with a new facility in the Hollander Business Park next summer. The...
» Kathy Szeliga, Chris Van Hollen clash in only televised Senate debate
Republican Kathy Szeliga and Democrat Chris Van Hollen clashed over the economy, Obamacare and the polarizing presidential race on Wednesday during what is likely to be the only televised debate in the race to succeed retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski. In a testy debate — Szeliga accused Van Hollen...
» Thousands of rape kits go untested in Maryland
Despite a years-long, national push to collect, process and catalog DNA evidence from sexual assaults, police in Maryland have left more than 3,500 rape kits untested.Advocates for rape victims say that number shows that police are not investigating all complaints of sexual assault thoroughly."More...
» Baltimore Archdiocese to close three schools and merge two others
The Archdiocese of Baltimore is closing three Catholic schools and merging two others amid declining enrollment and the need to upgrade aging facilities. Seton Keough High School in Southwest Baltimore, St. Thomas Aquinas School in Hampden, and John Paul Regional School in Woodlawn will close in...

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» Ravens' news, notes and opinions, including thoughts on the trade deadline
The trade deadline will come and go on Nov. 1, and there will be plenty of rumors until then about potential moves. Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has probably had some conversations already and he'll continue to have more leading into the deadline.
» Ravens' revolving O-line has been the root of the offense's issues
The Ravens' troubles on offense are many, and the potential remedies are varied. As far as quarterback Joe Flacco is concerned, a healthy and effective offensive line is one of the highest priorities.
» Joe Flacco says Ravens' offensive problems start with him
Flacco: "I'm obviously not playing good enough."
» Ravens' Kenneth Dixon getting more practice opportunities with Terrance West ailing
With starting running back Terrance West missing practice this week because of an ankle injury, rookie fourth-round draft pick Kenneth Dixon got more opportunities and coach John Harbaugh liked what he saw.
» Pulled groin muscle has contributed to Ravens return specialist Devin Hester's fumbles
Ravens return specialist Devin Hester said his recent spate of fumbles is linked to a pulled groin injury.

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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...
» Lockout lifted at Shiloh Middle, Hampstead Elementary after clown threat found to be 'unsubstantiated'
Threats involving people dressed as clowns have been popping up all over the country in recent weeks, and on Wednesday, the first such hoax occurred in Carroll County. Two Hampstead schools were locked out for about an hour Wednesday afternoon after a "creepy clown" threat was discovered on social...
» 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,...

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