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» Obama in Alaska: 'There is such a thing as being too late' on climate change
Submerged countries, abandoned cities and floods of refugees await the world barring urgent action on climate change, President Barack Obama warned Monday, painting a doomsday scenario as he opened a historic visit to Alaska.









» New lineup produces same result as Rays hand Orioles fifth straight loss
In trying to explain why he decided to shake up his starting lineup for Monday's series opener against the Tampa Bay Rays, Orioles manager Buck Showalter likened it to trying to escape the repeated feeling of "Groundhog Day."









» Activists planning protests around Freddie Gray hearings, as police prepare
Activists plan to protest at the courthouse and elsewhere in the city as hearings begin Wednesday in the case against six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's arrest and death.









» 14 officers, detainees hurt in melee at Baltimore jail
Eight correctional officers and six detainees were injured late Sunday night after a melee at a facility that recently absorbed the detainees from the closed Baltimore City Detention Center, corrections officials said Monday.









» City's first day of school kicks off with visits in West Baltimore
Nearly four months ago, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was met with angst and questions from fourth-graders at Gilmor Elementary School on the day of Freddie Gray's funeral.









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» Despite father's reluctance, Ravens LB Zachary Orr and brothers are busy football family
Football was good to Terry Orr. He says that despite the daily aches and pains he feels more than two decades after his nine-year NFL career ended. However, Orr decided long ago he wouldn't encourage any of his four sons to play the sport. They would have to make that decision on their own.









» Ravens release 8 players, place 5 more on IR as roster cutdown begins
Three wide receivers were among eight Ravens released on Monday, and five other players were placed on season-ending injured reserve, bringing the Ravens roster from 90 to 77 players.









» John Harbaugh gives safety Terrence Brooks' preseason debut high marks
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was excited to see safety Terrence Brooks back on the field Saturday after a knee injury last December put his entire 2015 in doubt, but wanted to reserve judgment until after he watched tape of Brooks' performance against the Washington Redskins.









» Time for Ravens to correct John Harbaugh's bizarre behavior
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti needs to bring coach John Harbaugh into his office, sit him on the couch and get some answers.









» John Harbaugh on his halftime interviews, confrontation with Washington coach Jay Gruden
Ravens coach John Harbaugh expanded on his curt halftime interview during Saturday's 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins, and the subject of the question he took exception with - an on-field skirmish that saw Harbaugh run across the field to separate the teams and yell at Washington coach Jay...









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» Fire department's move was never cause for alarm
A story in the Aug. 31, 1895 edition of the American Sentinel, a Westminster newspaper, explained that the city's fire department had outgrown the building at 31 E. Main Street and was moving to a new location.









» 2015 Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair Coverage
Complete coverage of the 2015 Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair.









» Millers siblings step back in time with Fort McHenry Guard
Brothers and sister perform as re-enactors at birthplace of 'Star-Spangled Banner'









» Art of wheat harvesting displayed at Farm Museum
Dressed in straw hats and period clothing, Jeff Graf and his son Daniel labored in the Carroll County Farm Museum's wheat field Monday to demonstrate how to use 18th and 19th century farm equipment. While in the field, the duo showed how to use a sickle, a scythe and a cradler.









» Police make arrests in string of armed robberies
Alleged driver charged, male suspect in custody









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