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» Baltimore preemie parents help one another through the stress of the NICU
Shocked, worried, and physically and emotionally exhausted — this was not how Joi Turner expected to feel after the birth of her first child. Alex arrived at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore close to three months early. At just one pound, 14 ounces, his head fit inside Turner's palm. "When you go through...
» Two officers in Freddie Gray case sue Marilyn Mosby for defamation
Two officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray are suing Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby for defamation and invasion of privacy.Sgt. Alicia White and Officer William Porter, who are facing charges of involuntary manslaughter in the 25-year-old's death last April, filed the lawsuit against...
» Jones Falls restoration project seeks to restore trout habitat, reduce runoff
In a forested section of the Jones Falls just north of the city line, moss covers a steep incline beside the stream, leading up to a bluff.A closer look reveals that the bank is not natural. It's concrete, put there more than 30 years ago as part of an effort to prevent flooding.While it might...
» An early Big Ten preview with Melo Trimble, others back in school another year
The Big Ten had a good day Wednesday, with the return of a number of its best players, including Maryland point guard Melo Trimble.
» Baltimore recertifies primary election results, starting timeline for final challenges
Baltimore's elections board recertified the results of the April primary election Wednesday after an unusual intervention by state officials. The updated vote totals didn't change the outcome of any race.Any candidate who wants a recount now has three days to make a request. Anyone who wants to...

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» Which Ravens are under the radar as OTAs begin?
Of course, there's a natural curiosity about how all the rookies and newcomers will look working alongside the Ravens' holdovers. And there will be plenty of eyes on wide receiver Breshad Perriman and tight end Dennis Pitta, who both missed the entire 2015 season because of injuries. But there...
» Eugene Monroe, John Urschel speak out on The Players' Tribune
Eugene Monroe has found yet another avenue to plead his case for medicinal marijuana.
» NFL owners approve modest changes to instant replay system
New rules are far from the expansion that Ravens initially proposed.
» Attendance at OTA more important for some Ravens rather than others
Ravens have the first of 10 scheduled OTAs today
» 5 storylines as the Ravens begin OTAs
The correlation between attendance at organized team activities and regular-season success is unclear. Some of the Ravens' top all-time players -- Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Haloti Ngata and Terrell Suggs -- preferred to skip the workouts and not put themselves at additional risk of injury.

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» Police: Westminster man found in possession of 270 grams of marijuana and other drugs
A Westminster man is being held on $150,000 bond after he was allegedly found in possession of more than 270 grams of marijuana, a rifle and ammunition, and a range of other drugs. Jonathan Rene Crespo, 25, of the unit block of Carroll Street, was arrested Wednesday and charged with five counts...
» School board passes budget plan to fund salary increases
The Board of Education officially adopted its fiscal year 2017 budget Wednesday, laying out how it will fill gaps left by a county allocation that falls just short of the school board's full request. The board in February approved a $334.7 million operating budget plan, which called for $185.2...
» Blacksmiths come together at annual Blacksmith Day festival
Clangs echoed throughout the grounds of the Carroll County Farm Museum this weekend as dozens of blacksmiths from around the area shared knowledge, materials and jokes at the 28th annual Blacksmith Days. The event is the primary fundraiser for the Blacksmith Guild of Central Maryland, a collection...
» Montessori students explore Carroll County Farm Museum's new Children's Touch Room
Using a broom to sweep the Carroll County Farm Museum's new Children's Touch Room, 8-year-old Nick Willoughby, of Westminster, seemed disappointed in the results. Nick was one of 22 Montessori School of Westminster students who visited the museum Tuesday morning. "Normally you see people using...
» Carroll state's attorney clears Baltimore officers in January shooting
DeLeonardo had been tapped to investigate because of conflict of interest

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