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» 'There’s a family here waiting for them': Baltimore woman wants to take in granddaughter separated at border
A Honduran woman who has been living in Baltimore for 14 years is seeking permission to take in a young granddaughter who has been separated from her mother at the Southwest Border, she said Thursday. Carmen, who agreed to speak to The Baltimore Sun on the condition that she be identified only...
» Maryland to join lawsuit against White House over migrant family crisis as policy confusion deepens
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Thursday that he would join a multistate lawsuit seeking to compel the Trump administration to reunite 2,300 children with their parents after families were broken up by immigration agents at the Southwest Border. It remained unclear what the federal government...
» Border separations could have traumatic impact on children, doctors say
Forcibly separating the children of undocumented immigrants from their parents at the border sets up those children for lifelong psychological and health consequences,​ pediatricians and other health professionals are warning. The odds already are higher that these children could suffer from depression,...
» Maryland voters cast record number of ballots as early voting wraps up
Early voting in Maryland was wrapping up Thursday with a record number of ballots cast in advance of the June 26 primary election, which sets the stage for dozens of races in November — including which Democratic candidate will challenge Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. Through Wednesday night, 172,743...
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» Ravens undrafted kicker Kaare Vedvik blasts 70-yard field goal at training facility
Amid Justin Tucker’s Arthurian quest for the record-breaking field goal, the Ravens kicker boasted he could send one 84.5 yards through the uprights “if the situation is prime.” Tucker also has kicked multiple 70-yarders in practice and made a 75-yarder in practice for the Pro Bowl. Enter Kaare...
» In op-ed, ex-Ravens Anquan Boldin, Benjamin Watson urge Trump to address systemic injustice
NFL players respond to President Donald Trump: "These are problems that our government has created, many of which occur at the local level," they wrote. "If President Trump thinks he can end these injustices if we deliver him a few names, he hasn't been listening to us."
» Tight end Hayden Hurst, Ravens' No. 1 draft pick, signs his rookie contract
The Ravens head into summer break having wrapped up contracts with all of 12 their draft picks. They agreed to terms with first-round pick Hayden Hurst today.
» O.J. Brigance on living with ALS: 'my eyes are everything'
I have ALS, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s disease. Named for the famous baseball player, it’s a neuro-degenerative disorder. But I’m not here to discuss the scientific details behind ALS. I’m here to talk about living in spite of ALS, and to give you an inside glimpse...
» Ravens training camp passes all claimed within hours, team announces
Ravens training camp practices at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills will mark the return of fans after construction and parking renovations limited access last summer.

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» Cohee honored for hospital volunteering
Bette Cohee was recognized as Carroll Hospital's May Outstanding Volunteer. A volunteer for 10 years, Cohee currently volunteers at The Candy Striper Gift Shop located in the hospital's main lobby. Each month, Carroll Hospital recognizes the achievements of its volunteers. They are chosen based...
» Farm Museum offers July 4 volunteer opportunities
The Carroll County Farm Museum has a number of volunteer opportunities available during the museum's annual Fourth of July Celebration, scheduled from 3-10 p.m. July 4. Volunteer positions include ticket sellers, information booth attendants and children's activity tent leaders and assistants....
» Free ice cream marks first day of summer 2018 in Mount Airy
Samantha Heflin and Michaela Cooley, both 20-year-old residents of Frederick County, stood in a long line outside Jimmie Cone in Mount Airy with Heflin’s 4-month-old son Elliott in tow wearing his baby sunglasses. They were just three of the hundreds of people to come out to the local ice cream...
» Eldersburg 'sinkhole' likely result of man-made influences
Maryland State Police responded to a call Wednesday evening for an apparent sinkhole in the parking lot of the Aldi supermarket in Eldersburg. Sgt. Steven Parison said MSP got a call at 6:39 p.m. Wednesday. Upon responding to the Aldi at 1320 Liberty Road, police found a hole approximately 8 inches...
» Dump truck overturns on northbound I-795 ramp to Md. 140, closes road during rush hour
A dump truck carrying dirt overturned on the northbound I-795 ramp to Md. 140, closing all lanes in that direction and snarling traffic during Thursday afternoon rush hour. Brian Green, with the Maryland State Police, said they were dispatched at 3:35 p.m. to 602 Westminster Pike for the incident....

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