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» Multiple hospitalized after two-alarm Reisterstown fire
Seven people were rescued, and four were hospitalized, after a two-alarm fire at a Reisterstown apartment complex Tuesday night, Baltimore County fire officials said.

» Driver killed at NSA had history of robbery, prostitution
Federal authorities on Tuesday identified the driver killed while trying to ram a stolen SUV through a security checkpoint at the National Security Agency headquarters as a Baltimore resident with a criminal history for robbery and prostitution.

» City girls follow mayor, business leaders for a day
Kayla Adams was feeling a little scared as she sat among a group of mentors at City Hall Tuesday, watching Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake speak.

» Baltimore killer outlines a murder during Berry trial
Looking at jurors from behind aviator glasses with his 5-foot-6 frame shackled in the witness box, Quinzell Covington outlined how to commit a murder.

» Chris Tillman named Orioles' Opening Day starter
When the Orioles arrived here for spring training, Chris Tillman was atop manager Buck Showalter’s list of candidates to be the team’s Opening Day starter.

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» Ravens sign Matt Schaub as backup quarterback
The Ravens finalized a one-year contract with veteran quarterback Matt Schaub as their new backup Tuesday after talks progressed quickly during his visit to team headquarters.

» Ravens held talks with free agent tight end Rob Housler, no deal at this time, sources say
There's mutual interest between the Ravens and veteran free agent tight end Rob Housler, according to league sources.

» Bringing in Matt Schaub as backup quarterback is a good idea
I like the idea of the Ravens possibly bringing in Matt Schaub as a backup to starting quarterback Joe Flacco.

» Ravens know they need a tight end, and they'll get one
The Ravens are nearly a month into free agency and haven't signed a tight end, a position integral to their West Coast offense. But Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe says it is only a matter of time.

» Speed will be key for City grad Adrian Coxson on Pro Day
After rising at dawn for months for grueling training sessions in Bel Air conducted by retired Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail, former City blue-chip wide receiver Adrian Coxson knows he has a lot riding on this week.

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» Motorhome at Woodbine campground damaged by blaze
A motorhome being used as a temporary residence caught fire Monday evening in Ramblin' Pines Campground in Woodbine, according to a news release from the Office of the State Fire Marshal.

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» Carroll parks to be tobacco-free
Though Angie and Randy Brown, of Manchester, haven't smoked in seven years, they both say they were torn on the idea of making the 28 parks operated by Carroll County tobacco-free.

» Historical Society to exhibit at Westminster City Hall
Programs to come later this year

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» Solid waste report states three options for county
Options include: Filling the landfill; continue hauling trash out of the county or privatization

Options include: Filling the landfill; continue hauling trash out of the county or privatization

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