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» Greece to miss IMF debt payment and bailout to expire
Greece is set to become the first developed nation to not pay its debts to the International Monetary Fund on time, as the country sinks deeper into a financial emergency that has forced it put a nationwide lockdown on money withdrawals.

» Bernie Sanders is hot enough on the campaign trail to be drawing attacks
The relative comity of the race for the Democratic nomination for president was interrupted last week with an unexpectedly sharp attack video aimed in an unexpected direction.

» Developer agrees to withdraw 101 York project, for now
The developer of the much-debated 101 York, a proposed student housing and commercial development, has agreed to withdraw the project for consideration at the request of Baltimore County Councilman David Marks.

» Bud Norris allows four home runs in Orioles' 8-1 loss to Rangers
Searching for a silver lining in what has been a nightmarish first half for Orioles starter Bud Norris, some solace could be derived from Norris' ability to keep the ball in the ballpark this year.

» Man, 59, targeted and killed in Dundalk, police say
John Thomas Thornton, 59, died Monday afternoon in what police said they believe is a "targeted" homicide.

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» Ravens news, notes and opinions on Jimmy Smith, running backs and Joe Flacco
During their media availability at the mandatory minicamp this month, both Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil cited cornerback Jimmy Smith's healthy return as one of the primary reasons to be optimistic about the defense despite Haloti Ngata and Pernell McPhee's departures.

» Michael Sam, 1st openly gay NFL draftee, rejoins CFL team
In the city where Jackie Robinson made the jump to the big leagues - and a country where gay marriage has been legal for a decade - Michael Sam has come to restart his football career.

» Improved secondary starts with Ravens being more opportunistic
Defense has made creating more turnovers a point of emphasis in 2015

» Ravens nervously tap fingers when players have time on their hands
When HBO unveiled its new NFL-themed series "Ballers" last weekend, it was no surprise that one of the central storylines follows a chronically misbehaving star who gets released by his team after being baited into a fight at a glitzy nightclub.

» Ex-Ravens offensive lineman Damion Cook dies at 36
Cook played parts of three seasons with Ravens

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» Locust House re-opens after renovation as Westminster Overlook
35-year-old building was recently renovated for the first time

» Municipal projects across Carroll to get even split of state funding
A public path in Mount Airy, an upgrade to a tot lot in New Windsor, fence fixing at a park in Westminster and a trail in Union Bridge will be sharing state funding received by Carroll County in the coming fiscal year, which begins July 1.

» Former Taneytown man pleads guilty to federal fraud charges
A former Taneytown resident and chief operating officer of Carroll County-based technology companies pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal charges that he and two co-conspirators illegally obtained millions of dollars in federal contracts for the companies and defraud the employees of the companies...

» Key Civil War battle to be commemorated in Westminster
Battle of Corbit's Charge, though a lopsided skirmish, had ripple effects

» Jandon Farm helps 4-H'ers hone livestock skills
Lineboro farm gives members of 4-H Clubs a chance to improve handling skills before heading to the county fair

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