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» More Maryland college students are crowdfunding their tuition with the help of GoFundMe
Between paying for college and helping to support his family, Towson University junior Saydu Paye is spread thin. For most of the summer, he didn’t think he could afford to go back to school this fall. The 20-year-old information technology major from Sparrows Point turned to a GoFundMe fundraiser...
» Mega millions mania: Here's everything you need to know about playing the lottery in Maryland
The Mega Millions jackpot has reached a record $1.6 billion, while the Powerball prize hovers at $620 million. Here’s what you need to know about playing the popular lottery games in Maryland. Who can play? Players must be 18 or older to buy and cash tickets. How much are tickets? Mega Millions...
» Peter E. Auchincloss, former city Planning Commission chair and water treatment specialist
Peter Eric Auchincloss, past chairman of the Baltimore City Planning Commission and a specialist in the water purification industry, died of an apparent heart attack Oct. 17 at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes, Del. The Dickeyville resident was 57. His daughter, Sara Auchincloss Goberdhansingh, said her...
» Baltimore developing $2 million program for 'squeegee kids'
The persistent issue of squeegee kids traversing between cars at any number of intersections across our city is understandably a major concern, though certainly not a new one. As many are aware, this is a problem that has been pervasive since at least the 1980s and with scarcely any real effort...
» It's been a 'disappointing' fall foliage season in the Mid-Atlantic: 'We've never seen anything like this'
Normally by this time of year, Western Maryland would be aflame with the orange, red and yellow of autumn foliage. This year, though, color has appeared only briefly, and in small pockets. In Garrett County this month, the Autumn Glory festival that traditionally heralds the arrival of peak foliage...

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» Ravens notes: John Harbaugh irked by limited coach's challenges allowed by NFL
John Harbaugh’s bid to win every coach’s challenge this season ended in the Ravens’ 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. But the circumstances regarding his second challenge left the coach grousing about the NFL’s system for reviewing plays. Under current NFL rules,...
» John Harbaugh: Wind was a factor for Justin Tucker in Ravens' loss but it's not to blame
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the wind Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium factored into kicker Justin Tucker’s crucial missed extra-point attempt in their 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints, but that “at the end of the day, it’s a missed kick.” In his weekly news conference Monday, Harbaugh acknowledged...
» Ravens miffed by running yards allowed in Sunday’s loss to Saints
The Ravens’ streak of not allowing a single opponent to rush for 100 yards this season remains intact, but that was of little consolation after Sunday’s 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank Stadium. The defense surrendered a season-worst 134 rushing yards to New Orleans, including 76...
» Five Things We Learned from the Ravens' 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints
No defense can stop the Saints, or the NFL’s other elite offenses, for four quarters. The New Orleans offense, designed by Sean Payton and orchestrated by Drew Brees, posed the greatest test of the season for a Ravens defense that had been the best in the league through six weeks. For three quarters,...
» Ravens rewind: Looking back at Sunday's 24-23 loss to the Saints

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» Westminster man accused of shoplifting allegedly pepper-sprayed Walmart employee
A Westminster man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly sprayed a Walmart loss prevention manager with pepper spray after being confronted about theft. Kyle Nathan Begly, 31, of no fixed address, was charged with eight counts including second-degree assault, use of pepper mace with the intent...
» Pair charged with taking vehicle following Westminster Kohl's theft
A Maryland man and woman were arrested Sunday after the woman allegedly shoplifted items from Kohl's and they attempted to flee in a van that was previously reported stolen. Kendall Ervin McClean, 47, of Randallstown and Octavia Shere Hazelton, 26, of Baltimore were arrested Sunday. McClean was...
» Carroll Community College to hold Criminal Justice Club expo
Carroll Community College is hosting a free Criminal Justice Club expo this week. The expo runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, and is open to the college community as well as the public, according to a news release from the college. A number of law enforcement agencies will be in attendance,...
» County looking for evergreen tree donations
The Board of Carroll County Commissioners is seeking the donation of two evergreen trees of similar size and shape to be displayed in front of the main County Office Building. The trees will be displayed on Center Street in Westminster, according to a news release from the county, and will be used...
» Fortnite character costumes top choice as Carroll County gets into Spirit of Halloween
When asked what the most popular Halloween costume in Carroll County is this year, Spirit Halloween staff said it was undeniably characters from the online video game Fortnite. “The skull trooper costume is already sold out in general,” said Steven Amernick, assistant manager for the costume shop...

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