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» Jury finds Radee Prince guilty of murder in 2017 Advanced Granite mass shooting, now must determine criminal responsibility
A Harford County jury found Radee Labeeb Prince guilty of three counts of first-degree murder and other charges Wednesday related to a 2017 workplace shooting at Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood.
» Harford County man sues election board, sheriff following arrest for not wearing mask to vote
A Fallston man has sued the Harford County Board of Elections and county Sheriff Jeffery Gahler following his arrest this week as he attempted to vote without a face mask.
» Baltimore County orders bus fleet, releases proposed routes for Towson Circulator expected fall 2021
Baltimore County has released two proposed routes and operating hours for the Towson Circulator pilot program, a free bus that would offer travel in and out of downtown Towson.
» Three-alarm fire destroys Jilly’s restaurant in Pikesville
A three-alarm fire partially collapsed a Baltimore County restaurant early Wednesday morning, authorities said.
» Pittsburgh dispatch: How Steelers slowed Lamar Jackson at Heinz Field
A look from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at how the Steelers limited Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in last season's game at Heinz Field.

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» Pittsburgh dispatch: How Steelers slowed Lamar Jackson at Heinz Field
A look from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at how the Steelers limited Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in last season's game at Heinz Field.
» Ravens film study: From deep shots to misdirection, here’s what the offense needs
When the Ravens take the field Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, M&T Bank Stadium could be a launchpad for their struggling offense.
» Ravens sign WR Dez Bryant, former Cowboys star, to practice squad
The Ravens have signed free-agent wide receiver Dez Bryant to their practice squad after a second workout, the team announced Tuesday.
» Ravens' Mark Andrews: 'We have a tough game' | VIDEO
"Obviously, we all have to be on our 'A' game, said Mark Andrews when asked about facing the Steelers. "So, this is going to be a good test for us."
» The Steelers are undefeated, but the Ravens are favored in Week 8 clash
The Ravens opened as 5½-point home favorites in some sportsbooks Sunday, but the line has since come down to 3½.

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» Harford County man sues election board, sheriff following arrest for not wearing mask to vote
A Fallston man has sued the Harford County Board of Elections and county Sheriff Jeffery Gahler following his arrest this week as he attempted to vote without a face mask.
» Southern Carroll County residents still seeking rezoning answers: ‘If we build it and they come, then what?’
The Freedom District is the largest growth area in Carroll that is under county control. But it’s two large areas in particular with available infrastructure that have Freedom District Citizens Association members wary of the county’s rezoning plans.
» Judge sets bail at $500K for Mount Airy man charged with murder
Michael Anthony Brown appeared at a bail hearing before Judge Maria Oesterreicher in Carroll County Circuit Court on Tuesday afternoon, one day after being arrested following a grand jury indictment for first-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime.
» Westminster house fire causes $150,000 in damages, kills 7 chickens
The Westminster Volunteer Fire Department, along with volunteer and career firefighters from seven other fire companies, responded to the blaze, spokesperson Kevin Dayhoff said Monday.
» Carroll County sees 14 new COVID-19 cases, half among community members in their 60s
Through three days this week, 27 community cases have been announced, putting Carroll on pace for a week similar to the last four. The health department announced 63 community cases (64 total) last week after seeing 60 the previous week, 70 the week prior to that and 63 the week beginning Sept. 27.

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