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 2021-03-03 12:00 

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Baltimore County educator unions file legal challenge against school district over medical accommodations...

The unions contend school system leaders instructed staff to return to school buildings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but refused to consider telework requests from those with underlying medical conditions....

 2021-03-03 12:00 

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Howard County boys soccer preparing for ever-changing landscape ahead of unprecedented fall season...

Howard County spring 2021 boys soccer preview...

 2021-03-03 11:00 

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Your Maryland COVID vaccine questions answered: Can I schedule both appointments at the same time? Can I register on-site?...

As Marylanders continue to seek appointments, here are our answers to readers' most frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines....

 2021-03-03 11:00 

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Baltimore paid him more than more than $1 million as a GTTF victim, then he allegedly shot his girlfriend. What happened?...

More than a million dollars from a Baltimore Police misconduct settlement had just landed in his bank account and Umar Burley already felt he had get out of town. Police say less than a few days later, he shot his girlfriend and shot at police....

 2021-03-03 11:00 

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What the reported delay of the Triple-A season and return of alternate training sites mean for the Orioles...

Those adjustments are particularly important ones for an Orioles team that has so much invested in the development of its minor league prospects for future big league success....

 2021-03-03 10:55 

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Free Baltimore drivers from tyranny of territorial rating | COMMENTARY...

Maryland auto insurance rates aren't meant to discriminate by race or class but they do so anyway. That needs to change....

 2021-03-03 10:43 

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Want to fund education reform? Close Maryland’s corporate tax loopholes | COMMENTARY...

If Maryland wants better schools (and lower taxes), it's time to curb corporate tax avoidance strategies....

 2021-03-03 10:30 

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Zirpoli: Reform that supports police ‘can save money, time, resources — and lives’ | COMMENTARY...

None of these programs is meant to replace a community's need for a trained police department, but to supplement and support more effective community emergency services. All of these programs are a win-win for the police and the community....

 2021-03-03 10:30 

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Howard Community College hosts new Bauder lecture with ‘Friday Black’ author...

Howard Community College is hosting the new Bauder Lecture virtually and free of charge on Thursday, March 4, as well as a weekly Social Sciences Lecture series....

 2021-03-03 10:00 

Baltimore Sun

Harford County Public Library seeking candidates for board of trustees, new student representative...

The Harford County Public Library Board of Trustees is seeking candidates to be considered for appointment to the board as well as a student representative for board membership....

 2021-03-03 10:00 

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Fish and chips for Lent at St. Mary of the Mills in Laurel | OLD TOWN...

Knights of Columbus Patuxent Council #2203 offers fish dinners every Friday evening this month — March 5, 12, 19 and 26 — from 5 to 7 p.m. All meals will be delivered curbside in the driveway of the St. Mary of the Mill's Msgr. Keesler Par...

 2021-03-03 10:00 

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Ready: Kirwan proposal a $40B statement of educational aspiration with no definition of success or failure | GUEST COMMENTARY...

There is widespread agreement that we want to improve education and some acknowledgement of the need to slow the process down. We can ditch the over-the-top unrealistic spending formula increases and focus on more targeted priorities with clear measuremen...

 2021-03-03 10:00 

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Mike Preston: Ravens’ path to finding a No. 1 receiver is filled with obstacles | COMMENTARY...

From past draft failures to the drawbacks of a one-dimensional offense, the Ravens' path to finding a No. 1 receiver is filled with obstacles....

 2021-03-03 05:08 

Baltimore Sun

Pedestrian killed at Mondawmin Mall was a coach for a youth football team, is recalled for his commitment to children...

Garrick Williams Jr., a youth football coach with the FCA Baltimore Park Heights Secret Society Saints, has been identified as the pedestrian killed after he was struck by a vehicle late Monday afternoon outside Mondawmin Mall in Baltimore....

 2021-03-03 03:25 

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East Baltimore man charged with attempted murder after Parkville shooting...

An East Baltimore man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after Baltimore County Police say he shot a man in Parkville on Sunday....

 2021-03-03 02:33 

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Baltimore County Police: Man shot at Ramada by Wyndham hotel in Catonsville...

Baltimore County Police are searching for multiple suspects connected to a shooting that left one man injured with multiple gunshot wounds inside the Ramada by Wyndham hotel in Catonsville on Tuesday night....

 2021-03-03 01:42 

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Hagan: Westminster should leave Wakefield Valley alone as a reclaimed nature park | COMMENTARY...

Why can't we leave Wakefield Valley as open space? Why can't we leave it as a place for people to walk and enjoy peace from their hectic lives? Why can't we let people walk their dogs, their children and share nature with them?...

 2021-03-03 00:18 

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Baltimore arts groups start to reopen doors to public; BSO plans festival honoring music director Marin Alsop...

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will stage two free outdoor community concerts in June conducted by outgoing music director Marin Alsop. Other arts and cultural institutions in Baltimore plan to reopen, too....

 2021-03-03 00:04 

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Hogan doubles down on Baltimore COVID vaccine comments as data reveals most city doses going to non-city residents...

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday doubled down on his comment that Baltimore received more COVID-19 vaccines than it was "entitled to," though data from his administration released this week shows the majority of immunizations directed to provi...

 2021-03-02 23:38 

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Frank B. Coakley, pioneering African American banker and city official, dies...

Frank Brooks Coakley, a pioneering Black manager of the old Maryland National Bank's Mondawmin branch who became a homeownership specialist for Baltimore and Maryland, died of cancer Feb. 23 at Gilchrist Care Towson. He was 78....

 2021-03-02 23:38 

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Harford County library reopening branches in Bel Air, Aberdeen and Norrisville on March 8...

The Harford County Public Library will welcome back customers into the Aberdeen, Bel Air and Norrisville branches starting Monday, with plans to reopen other branches later in March....

 2021-03-02 23:30 

Baltimore Sun

Havre de Grace police chief, city leaders opposed to school resource officer bills being considered in Annapolis...

Havre de Grace Police Chief Teresa Walter expressed her opposition Monday to several bills before the Maryland General Assembly that she expects will "have a huge impact" on the local school resource officer program....

 2021-03-02 23:09 

Baltimore Sun

At least one trapped after crash involving tractor-trailer in Mount Vernon in Baltimore...

At least one person is trapped after a multi-vehicle accident involving a tractor-trailer at East Monument and St. Paul streets in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood....

 2021-03-02 23:07 

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W Ventures accelerator launches to support Baltimore’s startup business culture...

An accelerator firm that supports startup businesses in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. region launched Tuesday in Mount Washington....

 2021-03-02 22:56 

Baltimore Sun

Golf resort added to ideas for Wakefield Valley Park; Westminster officials say that’s out of bounds...

Patrick D'Anthony of New Windsor, who grew up in Westminster and around golf, said he envisions a hotel and golf resort on the grounds of Wakefield Valley Park that could bring in revenue and create jobs....

 2021-03-02 22:26 

Baltimore Sun

William A. Romberger, insurance adjuster and former owner of Baltimore International Warehouse, dies...

William A. "Bill" Romberger Jr., a retired insurance adjuster who earlier had owned the Baltimore International Warehouse, died Feb. 7 of pancreatic cancer at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Hunt Valley resident was 78....

 2021-03-02 22:08 

Baltimore Sun

Mount St. Mary’s women’s basketball nets first NEC regular-season title in 20 years...

Mount St. Mary's is set to host the No. 4 seed in the NEC tourney semifinals on March 10 at Knott Arena....

 2021-03-02 21:05 

Baltimore Sun

Orioles observations on John Means’ first start, the Yusniel Diaz experience, athletic prospects and more | ANALYSIS...

From John Means passing an early test to Chris Davis' injury to the promise of the team's young infield prospects, here are the biggest takeaways from the Orioles' 4-2 Grapefruit League loss to the Yankees on Tuesday....

 2021-03-02 19:54 

Baltimore Sun

Carroll County officials to answer COVID-19 vaccine questions during virtual town hall webinar...

Board of County Commissioners President Ed Rothstein, R-District 5, and Health Officer Ed Singer will jointly head the town hall webinar on Tuesday, March 9....

 2021-03-02 19:50 

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David Harden, longtime international development officer from Westminster, to run for U.S. Rep. Andy Harris’ seat...

R. David Harden, a Washington consultant who spent years overseas with the U.S. Agency for International Development, is the latest Democrat to announce he will run next year against U.S. Rep. Andy Harris, the sixth-term Republican from Baltimore County....

 2021-03-02 19:50 

Baltimore Sun

Editorial: Amendments to reconfigure Harford’s school board being rushed to capitalize on parents’ angst | COMMENTARY...

Both House and Senate amendments to change the makeup of the Harford County Board of Education are seeking to seize on the angst of parents upset their children haven't consistently been in a classroom in nearly a year. But the legislation lawmakers a...

 2021-03-02 19:48 

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Opportunity Zones might be good for investors, but what about West Baltimore? | COMMENTARY...

A report on the early results of Opportunity Zones in Baltimore says the federal program should change to increase investment in areas of the city that are truly distressed -- not those already enjoying the attention of developers and investors....

 2021-03-02 19:32 

Baltimore Sun

Former Trump CDC director tapped as Hogan COVID-19 adviser; Western Maryland mass COVID vaccine site announced...

A top former federal public health official, Dr. Robert Redfield, will serve as an advisor for Maryland's COVID-19 response, including the state's vaccination campaign, which will soon feature mass vaccination clinics in six geographic regions, Go...

 2021-03-02 19:16 

Baltimore Sun

Towson restaurant Cunningham’s reopens this May as Perennial...

Perennial will offer healthy takes on traditional fare when it reopens....

 2021-03-02 19:15 

Baltimore Sun

‘A really good way to reach a community’: Liberty High School seniors achieve Girl Scout Gold Award status...

Liberty High School seniors Emma Bauer and Makayla Crosby were selected as Girl Scout Gold Award recipients....

 2021-03-02 19:08 

Baltimore Sun

Kudos to well-run vaccination site in Timonium | READER COMMENTARY...

Efficient and compassionate: Cow Palace location is doing vaccinations correctly....

 2021-03-02 19:08 

Baltimore Sun

Lansdowne football using delayed fall season as learning experience...

Lansdowne football has 24 underclassmen on its spring roster, compared to just two seniors....

 2021-03-02 19:07 

Baltimore Sun

Is any terrorism threat ‘specific and credible?’ | READER COMMENTARY...

Failure to anticipate Jan. 6 attack another embarrassing intelligence failure for U.S....

 2021-03-02 19:05 

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Hurray for Zurawik’s media reporting | READER COMMENTARY...

The Sun deserves a tip of the hat for keeping a critical eye on the news and information landscape....

 2021-03-02 19:04 

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Dorsey needs to dial it down | READER COMMENTARY...

City council member should seek common ground with police union rather than engage in name-calling....

 2021-03-02 19:02 

Baltimore Sun

Hogan’s vaccine allocation comments add ‘dishonesty to incompetence’ in state’s distribution | READER COMMENTARY...

Governor's claim that Baltimore gets more than its share of vaccine ignores reality of a haphazard distribution system that favors affluent whites....

 2021-03-02 18:48 

Baltimore Sun

Maryland is failing at COVID-19 vaccine racial equity | COMMENTARY...

The disparities in COVID-19 vaccination are real in Maryland, and we all need to keep talking about it until they are not....

 2021-03-02 18:22 

Baltimore Sun

Here’s how the Maryland Health Department is using $1.1 million to spread the word about COVID vaccines...

Here's how things looking about one month into the $1.1 million Maryland public information outreach campaign to inform, educate, and engage Marylanders about the COVID-19 vaccinations....

 2021-03-02 17:58 

Baltimore Sun

Here’s what you need to know about Carroll County’s upcoming municipal elections...

Carroll's eight municipalities will all hold elections in May. Time is running out for candidates to declare....

 2021-03-02 17:31 

Baltimore Sun

17-year-old shot in Baltimore on Tuesday, police say, the third child shot in city this week...

A 17-year-old was injured in a shooting late Tuesday morning, Baltimore Police said, becoming the third child to be shot in the city since Saturday....

 2021-03-02 16:32 

Baltimore Sun

Taneytown man facing felony charges after allegedly discharging firearm...

Richard Shawn Wood, 51, of the 100 block of Carnival Drive, was charged with felony counts of first-degree assault and possession of a firearm prohibited because of a previous conviction....

 2021-03-02 16:23 

Baltimore Sun

Kushner apartment company is selling 10 Baltimore-area properties...

Kushner Cos., the real estate firm that had been led by former President Donald Trump's son-in-law, is selling about half its Baltimore area apartment complexes, including two that sold Thursday for $69.3 million....

 2021-03-02 15:34 

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott names deputy mayor for community and economic development...

Ted Carter is currently chief economic development and business officer for Cuyahoga County, Ohio....

 2021-03-02 15:28 

Baltimore Sun

Fewer than 500 COVID-19 cases confirmed for first time since October; Maryland reports 26 deaths...

As Maryland continues to vaccinate more residents each day, here are where the state's coronavirus-related metrics stand as of Tuesday morning....

 2021-03-02 15:24 

Baltimore Sun

Orioles pitching prospect Mike Baumann brings explosive stuff to big league camp: ‘I want to prove that I belong’...

Michael Baumann, the Orioles' top-rated pitching prospect in spring training camp, is showing off his electric arsenal at his highest level yet....

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