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» Mayor Pugh blasts Pimlico owners after they propose horse racing 'super track' in Laurel, not Baltimore
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is blasting the owners of the Pimlico Race Course after the company urged construction of a “super track” for horse racing in Laurel, not Baltimore. In a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan and General Assembly leaders, Pugh urged them to reject The Stronach Group’s efforts...
» Maryland weather: When will snow start falling? Here's a likely timeline for Wednesday's winter storm
A winter storm warning is set to go into effect across the Baltimore region early Wednesday morning, lasting through the evening. Here's what to expect from the storm, and when. 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Snow is forecast to move into Central Maryland from southwest to northeast from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m., meaning...
» Maryland weather: 5 or more inches of heavy snow could fall Wednesday; region under winter storm warning
A winter storm warning is in effect across Central Maryland on Wednesday, bringing chances for 5 inches or more of wet, heavy snow and a tenth of an inch of ice. The National Weather Service is calling for “heavy mixed precipitation” to arrive across the Baltimore region Wednesday morning. It is...
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» Baltimore County Police shoot man with 'weapons' inside grocery store in Randallstown
Baltimore County officers shot a man with “weapons” inside a Randallstown grocery store Tuesday, a department spokesman said. Police said the shooting occurred at an Aldi store in the 8600 block of Liberty Road. Police spokesman Shawn Vinson did not say what weapons the man was carrying. He did...

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» As Ravens overhaul offense 'from soup to nuts,' Greg Roman has a lot on his plate
Greg Roman talked a lot about food Tuesday. The Ravens offensive coordinator said he doesn’t like to “leave popcorn on the ground” as a play-caller. Asked whether he’d like a dual-threat backup quarterback, he said he would “prefer to eat the whole cake,” meaning he’d like quality play, too. The...
» Mike Preston's observations: Ravens and Greg Roman will retool offense to play to Lamar Jackson's talents
The Ravens officially introduced Greg Roman as their new offensive coordinator Tuesday, and it went as expected with Roman saying the offense will be built around quarterback Lamar Jackson, who will be entering his second season. Roman, though, would not say if he would be calling plays from the...
» Preston: Ravens need weapons, but developing an offense for Lamar Jackson comes first
It has only been a few weeks since the NFL season ended, but the Ravens have already named Eric DeCosta as their new general manager, gave coach John Harbaugh a contract extension and reportedly agreed to trade once-prominent quarterback Joe Flacco to the Denver Broncos. So, what’s next? Because...
» Ravens positional review: Wide receivers and tight ends
No position has troubled the Ravens more than wide receiver, where they’ve long sought a big-play star but have come up with temporary solutions at best. They started over with a brand-new group and high hopes in 2018, only to finish the season facing many of the same old questions. As Lamar Jackson...
» Joe Flacco FAQ: Answering the most important questions stemming from the Ravens QB's trade
Because of NFL scheduling rotations, the Ravens might not see Joe Flacco again for over two years. The Ravens won’t face the Denver Broncos, where Flacco’s reportedly set to be traded next month, in the regular season this year. It’s not known whether the two teams will meet next year, either....

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» Runnymede Elementary School teacher Beth Chaney wins BGE grant
Runnymede Elementary School first-grade teacher Beth Chaney was the recipient of a $500 grant from Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. The grant came from BGE’s Bright Ideas Teachers’ Grants program, which supports teachers working to expand innovative ideas for academic enhancement and workforce development...
» Carroll County Cold Weather Shelter to remain open until Thursday morning
Due to the snow and potential sleet forecast Wednesday in Carroll County, the Carroll County Cold Weather Shelter will remain open until Thursday morning, the Carroll County Citizen Services announced Tuesday evening. After opening normally at 7 p.m. Tuesday evening, the shelter, located at 127...
» Heavy snow in forecast for Wednesday 'could paralyze the whole county'
The 5 to 8 inches of snow forecast for Carroll County starting Wednesday morning is likely to turn to sleet and ice before yielding to rain Wednesday evening, forecasters say. Regardless of how much of each precipitation — snow, ice, sleet and rain — falls, conditions are expected to cause hazardous...
» Sykesville trash pick-up postponed due to weather
The Town of Sykesville is postponing typical Wednesday trash pick-up until Friday. Due to the impending inclement weather and the unpredictability of the timing of the storm, the Department of Public Works decided to postpone trash pick-up that was scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 20, to Friday, Feb....
» Daily arrest report for those arrested Feb. 18, 2019
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit. For more information, visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website.

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