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» Following Capitol siege, Maryland lawmakers say ‘emotional’ inauguration was about resilience
A bipartisan atmosphere at the inauguration gave members of Maryland's congressional delegation in attendance hope.
» Carroll County Commissioner Eric Bouchat bows out as ex-officio member of Planning and Zoning Commission
Bouchat told the planning and zoning commission members he’d be watching the meetings from now on, and will remain silent and abstain from any motions, seconds, and votes.
» Del. Reid Novotny files legislation to curtail voting power of student school board members in Maryland
Del. Reid Novotny said he introduced legislation Wednesday in the General Assembly to strip student school board members in Maryland of their vote if it is a “deciding vote” on a motion.
» Investigators looking at link between headless torso found in Baltimore, body part found in Prince George’s County
Police in Prince George’s County and Baltimore confirm that they are working together to explore whether body parts found in their respective jurisdictions are linked to the same case.
» ‘No Joe. You’re Mr. President’: Maryland Rep. Hoyer welcomes President Biden at the Capitol
Maryland Rep. Steny Hoyer was among the Congressional leaders welcoming newly inaugurated President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris with gifts as part of Wednesday’s ceremonies, and shared in a memorable moment.

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» John Harbaugh: Ravens could use another Anquan Boldin but at what cost?
It wouldn’t be a Ravens offseason without questions about adding a No. 1 wide receiver. Coach John Harbaugh heard this familiar refrain during his season-ending news conference and acknowledged that the Ravens could benefit from outside help, as they did when veteran wide receiver Anquan Boldin signed on in 2010. "If we could bring a quote-unquote Anquan Boldin in here, let’s do it, man. Let’s do it," he said. "Now, can we afford it? And what are the resources from other things that we need? That’s the details that we need to figure out.”
» Ravens’ John Harbaugh ‘totally certain’ QB Lamar Jackson will sign long-term contract extension
NFL teams have a May 3 deadline to exercise the fifth-year option for 2018 first-round picks, but coach John Harbaugh indicated Wednesday that an extension with the reigning league MVP is more a matter of when, and not if.
» John Harbaugh: Ravens strength coach ‘felt really bad’ about role in COVID-19 outbreak
Harbaugh said at his season-ending news conference that Saunders’ relationship with the team was “good” and “normal.”
» President Trump grants clemency to rapper Kodak Black after plea from Ravens QB Lamar Jackson
Two weeks after Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson made a public plea to President Donald Trump to have rapper Kodak Black’s prison sentence commuted, his friend has been granted clemency.
» Ravens film study: Who’s to blame in playoff exit? Lamar Jackson. And Greg Roman. And so many more.
As with the Ravens’ 2019 divisional-round loss, there was no one culprit on offense Saturday. But some were more to blame than others.

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» Carroll County Commissioner Eric Bouchat bows out as ex-officio member of Planning and Zoning Commission
Bouchat told the planning and zoning commission members he’d be watching the meetings from now on, and will remain silent and abstain from any motions, seconds, and votes.
» Del. Reid Novotny files legislation to curtail voting power of student school board members in Maryland
Del. Reid Novotny said he introduced legislation Wednesday in the General Assembly to strip student school board members in Maryland of their vote if it is a “deciding vote” on a motion.
» Westminster city administrator to leave position in May
Westminster's city administrator is resigning after four years.
» Union Bridge man charged with possessing, distributing child pornography
A Union Bridge man was arrested after police found alleged evidence of child pornography.
» Maryland native Winfield Parker, versatile R&B musician who played with Little Richard and Otis Redding, dies
“Winfield was cheerful and vivacious,” said Baltimore musician Paul Johns. “He was outgoing to people.

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