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» 134 former Maryland Legal Aid employees condemn removal of staffers who raised alarm about reopening
More than 130 former Maryland Legal Aid employees have condemned the pro bono law firm’s leadership team for what they describe as retaliation against four top attorneys who raised concerns last month about reopening plans during the coronavirus pandemic.
» Tanaye White brings her natural look from Annapolis to Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition
When Tanaye White told her parents she was quitting her corporate job to pursue modeling full time they were concerned and excited at the same time. Two years later, White is part of the Sports Illustrated 2020 swimsuit edition.
» Where’s my mail? As Baltimore-area customers complain of delays, officials wrangle over election ballot deadlines
Residents in the Baltimore metro region say they’ve sometimes waited more than a week for important mail and packages as people across the country have been reporting delays with the United States Postal Service.
» Baltimore Ceasefire Weekend gears up for its 3rd anniversary as city passes 200 homicide mark for the year
Baltimore Ceasefire prepares for its annual ceasefire weekend celebrating three years.
» Ravens DE Calais Campbell eager to earn new teammates’ respect, even after 12 seasons, five Pro Bowls
Listening to Calais Campbell describe his first 10 days as a Raven, you would not guess he’s about to begin his 13th NFL season or strive for his sixth Pro Bowl selection.

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» Ravens DE Calais Campbell eager to earn new teammates’ respect, even after 12 seasons, five Pro Bowls
Listening to Calais Campbell describe his first 10 days as a Raven, you would not guess he’s about to begin his 13th NFL season or strive for his sixth Pro Bowl selection.
» Ravens rookie James Proche is ‘man for the job’ at punt returner; center Matt Skura still on track to return
Coach John Harbaugh said Friday that rookie wide receiver James Proche has “got to go win” the punt return job, but that it’s “James’ role to win.”
» Ravens DE Calais Campbell considered opting out of 2020 season due to the coronavirus
“I definitely considered it,” Ravens defensive Calais Campbell said of not playing in 2020. “You have to."
» ‘Who knows?’ Watching MLB stumble, Ravens fans, players feeling uncertain as team prepares to play amid pandemic
For now, the Ravens are determined to play on under pandemic protocols established by the NFL. But they acknowledge the uncertain road ahead, and fans have begun tempering their expectations as they watch the Orioles stumble through the chaos of Major League Baseball’s delayed opening.
» Willie Snead IV has become the ‘keeper’ of the Ravens’ young receivers | COMMENTARY
On paper, Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead IV is the type of player that seems expendable. But throughout his four stops in the league, he has been a consummate professional.

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» Saunders: Hope springs eternal in the midst of disease and destruction | COMMENTARY
With the gradual reopening of our state and county, Carroll County Food Sunday was able to return with a new way to serve clients that employs the use of an outside line for registering and picking up prepackaged bags containing meat and eggs, nonperishable food items, milk vouchers, farm market vouchers, and bread based on family size. Necessary precautions are in place to protect the clients and volunteers as the pandemic seems to be on the rise again.
» Safe Kids Carroll County: Backyards can be dangerous. Here are some simple precautions to take.
Inflatable pools, motorized lawn equipment, home playground equipment, sunlight, pesticides and even natural vegetation can be harmful to children.
» Carroll Yesteryears: ‘Ripe for the picking': Contagious diseases nothing new to Carroll County
Contagious diseases appeared regularly under ordinary circumstances in places like Carroll County. Within one week in March-April 1877, four children of Samuel and Mary Kesselring of Silver Run died of scarlet fever.
» Taylor: Is America at a tipping point in the natural and the spiritual? | RELIGION COMMENTARY
The Bible says that one day God’s Kingdom will replace all other kingdoms of the Earth and the faithful will be vindicated. The faithful are those who have repented and turned back to God in these difficult days of unrest, the virus, political upheaval, etc.
» Livestock Sale at Carroll County Fair
Pictures from the 2020 Livestock Sale at the Carroll County 4-H and FFA Fair on Friday, August 7.

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