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» Police, MTA footage show Dundalk shooting; officers cleared
Baltimore County prosecutors have ruled that police were justified in shooting a man who opened fire while on a bus in Dundalk this month, an incident captured by newly released video footage from police and MTA cameras. Blaine Robert Erb, 35, was killed in the shootout with police June 7. A dramatic...
» Armed suspect shot and injured by officers in Curtis Bay, Baltimore police say
Baltimore police shot and injured an armed suspect during a foot chase Tuesday night in Curtis Bay. It was the second time that day police had fired at a suspect. Around 8:30 p.m. in Curtis Bay Park uniformed police officers saw a man they believed to be armed, police spokesman T.J. Smith said....
» More than 927,000 Marylanders expected to travel for Fourth of July weekend
Sean Evans isn't making the typical Maryland Fourth of July weekend drive to Ocean City. Instead, the 29-year-old Forest Hill resident is road-tripping with his girlfriend and friends to see the Dead & Company, a group of remaining members of the Grateful Dead, Wednesday night at Blossom Music...
» Under Armour brings in new president; Plank remains CEO
Under Armour is bringing in an outsider to become president of the Baltimore-based athletic brand as it strives to revive slowing sales and its deflated stock price.Under Armour founder Kevin Plank will remain chairman and CEO but relinquish the title of president to Patrik Frisk, who has deep...
» Orioles earn rare low-scoring victory as Gausman combines with bullpen to six-hit Blue Jays, 3-1
The triumph evens the O's record at 38-38 and gives them their first three-game winning streak away from Camden Yards since April 12-14 in Boston and Toronto.

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» Looking at where Ravens QB Joe Flacco's contract stands after Derek Carr's big deal
It didn't seem that long ago when the Ravens' Joe Flacco, who signed a six-year, $125 million with $44 million in guaranteed money in March 2016, was the highest-paid quarterback in the NFL.
» Preston: It's time for some young Ravens to step up
The 2017 season will be a pivotal one for the Ravens. Not only will the status of coach John Harbaugh be determined, but so will the immediate future of this team with close to 15 draft picks reaching the critical third- and fourth-year marks in development. It's a make or break year for a lot...
» Frank Kush, last Baltimore Colts coach, dies at 88, is remembered for his toughness
After making his mark at Arizona State, the College Football Hall of Famer took over here in 1982 and coached the team through most of the franchise's first season in Indianapolis.
» Ravens are 12th in ranking of most popular NFL teams
Rival Patriots and Steelers are behind Baltimore in look at average home attendance in 2016 as a percentage of stadium capacity.
» Ravens mailbag: Could they still sign Anquan Boldin? What O-linemen are available?
A sampling of the questions that I’m getting most often on social media these days and my attempt at answering them without the character limit: Even after signing Jeremy Maclin, could the Ravens still add Anquan Boldin? As long as Boldin remains available and intent on returning for his 15th NFL...

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» Former New Windsor man sentenced to three days for role in 2016 barricade incident
A former New Windsor man was sentenced to three days in jail for an assault charge stemming from a July 2016 barricade situation. Thomas Donald Carmine, 65, formerly of the 1600 block of Bowersox Road, took an Alford plea to two counts of second-degree assault in January, according to electronic...
» Common Ground class teaches connections between bluegrass and hip-hop dances
As students learned flatfooting techniques to bluegrass originals, some soon recognized the movements as similar to The Running Man, as half the class transitioned into that class 1980s hip-hop dance. It's this transition that instructor Emily Oleson was trying to get at during her American Vernacular...
» Pennslyvania man held without bail following second arrest in June
A Pennsylvania man is being held without bail after being arrested for the second time this month. Joseph David Wright, 29, of Hanover, Pa., was arrested Tuesday and charged with a count each of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, second-degree assault and theft less than $1,000. He was initially...
» Carroll Biz Challenge announces finalists
The Carroll Biz Challenge advisory committee has announced the finalists for this year's competition. Out of 22 entries, five will compete for the $19,190 grand prize on Aug. 10. They are: Arcadeology, BookSwap, Up Above Media, Torched Timber and Ride With Pride. Arcadeology is an interactive pinball...
» Harney carnival institution in community
The Harney volunteer fire company carnival may not have the rides or all of the games of the other Carroll carnivals, but for the members of the local community, it is still an indispensable part of summer. Despite the Harney's small size, the Harney carnival was packed with people Monday night...

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