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» Del. Nick Mosby maintains substantial lead in Democratic primary for Baltimore City Council president
In the Baltimore City Council president race, Del. Nick Mosby maintains his lead in the most recent returns.
» Baltimore mayoral primary tightens as Dixon’s lead over Scott shrinks
Baltimore’s Democratic mayoral primary tightened as the release of additional returns Saturday showed former Mayor Sheila Dixon’s lead over City Council President Brandon Scott shrinking.
» Protesters descend on crab houses in Middle River, Fallston to confront operator over racist comments
Dozens of demonstrators descended on a Middle River crabhouse Saturday afternoon to confront its operator over racist comments posted to social media.
» Protests in support of George Floyd continue Saturday throughout Baltimore region
Demonstrations against racism and police brutality continued for a ninth day on Saturday in the Baltimore region.
» In Baltimore’s close comptroller race, Councilman Henry widens lead in attempt to unseat longtime incumbent Pratt
The state elections board published returns late Saturday night based on the roughly 105,000 votes that have been counted so far. The numbers showed Henry with 53.5% of the vote in the head-to-head race.

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» Ravens Q&A: Torrey Smith on George Floyd protests, parenthood and how athletes can use their platform
"To me, it’s been a very emotional time, but it’s something that’s not new, so it’s almost expected," the former Maryland and Ravens standout said in an interview.
» ‘It’s time for us to matter’: Ravens past and present want to be heard after George Floyd’s death
“My only real question is, when does black lives matter?” Ray Lewis said Thursday.

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» Carroll County Freedom Rally holds peaceful, passionate protest in Westminster
Group of about a hundred holds a peaceful protest in Westminster calling for end to pandemic restrictions.
» ReOpen Maryland Carroll County
Supporters of ReOpen Maryland Carroll County gathered for a rally in Westminster on Saturday, June 6.
» Class of 2020: Carroll County graduate profiles
The Carroll County Times profiled several members of the Class of 2020 in Carroll County. Here are all of them, in one place.
» Number of Carroll County residents applying for unemployment drops in week ending May 30
Fewer Carroll County residents filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending May 30, compared with the previous week, according to the Maryland Department of Labor.
» Westminster graduate Cherish Glenn ‘thrived’ in Career and Technology Center program after time at Gateway School
Like many students of the Carroll County Career and Technology Center, Cherish Glenn is just one step away from finishing the program. For Glenn, there is only the license exam left.

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