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» The Orioles' season isn’t finished, but the offseason roster churn has already begun
The roster churn of the past week has started what’s going to be a fascinating stretch of moves for the team, which has a crowded roster as it is and must protect who it needs to.
» Johns Hopkins seeks Baltimore-area participants for studies on using coronavirus antibodies to prevent, treat infection
Johns Hopkins University is seeking Baltimore- and Annapolis-area residents who have recently been diagnosed with or exposed to the coronavirus for clinical trials studying the effectiveness of blood plasma with virus antibodies in preventing and treating infections of COVID-19.
» Renaissance Row apartment building to provide ‘affordable’ units in Baltimore’s Park Heights
A new apartment building in Park Heights offers units for people making 30% to 60% of the area median income.
» Hot Property: Charming renovated Cape Cod in Parkville
Hot property: This newly renovated Cap Cod in Parkville at 8913 Avondale Road is listed at $249,900.
» Ravens coach John Harbaugh wanted ‘Monday Night Football’ back in Baltimore. Just not like this.
“We get one against the Chiefs, and it’s kind of a big game, and fans are not going to be there," John Harbaugh said Monday.

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» Ravens coach John Harbaugh wanted ‘Monday Night Football’ back in Baltimore. Just not like this.
“We get one against the Chiefs, and it’s kind of a big game, and fans are not going to be there," John Harbaugh said Monday.
» Ravens are narrow favorites in ‘Monday Night Football’ showdown vs. Chiefs
The Ravens (2-0) opened as 2½-point favorites over the Chiefs (2-0), but the line has since widened to 3½ points.
» Mike Preston: Ravens need to show poise more than anything else against Chiefs | COMMENTARY
In two previous regular-season meetings with the Chiefs, the Ravens lost the game and their identity. That will have to change if they want to make a deep postseason run.
» Ravens RB Mark Ingram II launches podcast 'Truss Levelz’ with former teammate Cam Jordan
One of the Ravens' most quotable players is taking his talents to a podcast.
» Ravens CB Tavon Young suffered torn ACL in win over Texans; WR Moore, DT Madubuike could practice | NOTES
Ravens nickel cornerback Tavon Young suffered a season-ending torn ACL during the team’s road win Sunday over the Houston Texans, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Monday.

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» Daily arrest report for those arrested in Carroll County Sept. 21, 2020
The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit.
» Browsing for books is back: Carroll County Public Library branches reopen after 6-month break
The CCPL’s six branches were back in business for the first time since mid-March, when operations were shut down because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Rosendale said library officials have been hard at work over the last few months to have services ready in time for the reopening.
» Westminster Police Department joining regional project to improve intervention skills, build community trust
The Westminster Police Department joins a select group of 30 other law enforcement agencies and statewide and regional training academies chosen to participate in the ABLE Project’s national rollout.
» Schools reopening: Here’s how Maryland jurisdictions are handling the academic school year amid the coronavirus pandemic
As the beginning of the 2020 school year approaches, Maryland counties are announcing plans and guidelines for holding classes while containing the spread of coronavirus.
» Maryland weather: Frost advisory issued for northern part of state as temperatures dip at onset of fall
A frost advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for most of Northern Maryland, including parts of Baltimore and Carroll counties.

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