MyQIS.net

 

» Please show me how to use this page.

» How to block spam before it hits your inbox.



 
» Hogan taking heat for Taney statue removal
Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to remove a controversial Confederate-era statue from the State House grounds has prompted a backlash within some facets of his Republican base. The Facebook comments on the social-media-savvy governor’s page came fast and furious this week, as one-time supporters turned...
» Roger Taney statue removed from Maryland State House grounds overnight
Under the cover of night, a work crew removed the statue of former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, taking down the author of the infamous Dred Scott decision from his 145-year prominent perch in Annapolis.Cheers erupted from a few dozen onlookers as the hulking bronze statute of Taney...
» Finding work, then falling to bullets in Baltimore: 'He was part of the generation of the streets, but he was trying'
After getting the call he’d long feared, then driving to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and determining with homicide detectives that their John Doe was his namesake, Darryl Owens Sr. was given his dead son’s cellphone and began looking through it for answers. The emails “were all job-related,...
» Steve Bannon out as Trump's chief strategist
Exactly a year and a day ago, Donald Trump tapped the conservative media insurgent Stephen K. Bannon as chief executive of his campaign, affirming that while Trump was the nominee, his was a hostile takeover of the Republican Party: With Bannon, he would take the party in a new direction — nationalist,...
» Maryland Democrats request details on Jared Kushner apartment holdings in state
Congressional Democrats from Maryland are asking for thousands of pages of documents to review the business practices of the apartment rental company owned by Jared Kushner, son-in-law and senior adviser to President Donald Trump.In a letter Friday, Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen and Reps....

2017 Baltimore Sun


 
» Ravens' signing of center Jeremy Zuttah is another move aimed at stabilizing shaky offense
The Ravens traded their three-year starting center Jeremy Zuttah to the San Francisco 49ers in mid-March for the price of moving up 12 spots in the sixth round of April’s draft. Jettisoning Zuttah created just over $2 million of salary cap space, but the move was made more for football reasons...
» Former Ravens linebacker Zachary Orr retires again
Former Ravens linebacker Zachary Orr has re-retired from the NFL after he met or spoke with 17 teams and could not find one that would clear him to play, either because of a herniated disk in his neck or the congenital spinal condition that caused him to retire in the first place. Orr announced...
» Ravens bring back center Jeremy Zuttah, adding more depth, experience to offensive line
Looking for more depth and experience on their injury-riddled offensive line, the Ravens brought back their starting center from the previous three seasons. The Ravens announced Friday that they’ve signed Jeremy Zuttah to a two-year deal. Zuttah was let go by the San Francisco 49ers last week after...
» Ravens add another name into the fullback competition and he's a defensive lineman
Not long after they sign and report to the team facility, Ravens’ rookies are given a piece of advice that is true with every NFL team, but it’s particularly emphasized by head coach John Harbaugh. The more they can do, they’re told, the better their chances are of making the 53-man roster. Ravens...
» Maxx Williams flashes speed and big-play potential, a welcome development for Ravens
Ravens third-year tight end Maxx Williams persevered through the first couple of weeks of training camp with a noticeable limp, a result of the serious surgery that he had on his knee last year. He was bigger and stronger, which was evident in his blocking, and he caught most of the balls thrown...

2017 Baltimore Sun


Type one or more words, choose your search engine and click "search"


 
» Annapolis 75.0°F
» Baltimore 75.0°F
» Frederick 77.0°F
» Ocean City 73.4°F
» Philadelphia 75.8°F
» Westminster 72.5°F


 
» Boring and Arcadia unite to form Upperco Volunteer Fire Company
Beginning Friday, Sept. 1, the nearby volunteer fire departments of Boring and Arcadia in Baltimore County will be consolidating into one company. Both companies have provided mutual aid in Carroll County municipalities and will continue to do so as one united company. “To me, it’s all about providing...
» Working together, educating students for the future key topics at CCPS new teacher orientation
While students will not be back in class until Sept. 5, more than 100 new teachers packed into the auditorium at Liberty High School on Friday morning for an introduction to Carroll County Public Schools.Speakers ranging from Superintendent Stephen Guthrie to Carroll County Education Association...
» Winters Mill teacher is finalist for Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching
Christine Lesh didn’t always want to be a teacher. “I was going to be a sportscaster, I was going to be lawyer, I was going to be a nurse and then in high school I decided I wanted to be an athletic trainer,” Lesh said. The Winters Mill High School teacher said it wasn’t until her junior year of...
» Hogan taking heat for Taney statue removal
Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to remove a controversial Confederate-era statue from the State House grounds has prompted a backlash within some facets of his Republican base. The Facebook comments on the social-media-savvy governor’s page came fast and furious this week, as one-time supporters turned...
» Carroll County Sheriff’s Office conducting DUI checkpoints
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office — together with members of Maryland State Police, the Hampstead Police Department, the Sykesville Police Department and the Taneytown Police Department — will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location next weekend. Law enforcement will conduct...

2017 Baltimore Sun


 
» The Baltimore Sun

» USA TODAY

» New York Times


 
» The London Times

» St. Petersburg Times

» La Jornada

» Daily Mail & Guardian


 
» Hampstead Business Association

» CBS MarketWatch

» Business Resource Center

» MDBusiness

» The Wall Street Journal