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York Daily Record
Update on Johnson Controls project in Hopewell Twp.Between 450 and 500 people will work at the 386,000 square foot complex. Occupa
Update on Johnson Controls project in Hopewell Twp.
York Daily Record / Posted an hour ago
Between 450 and 500 people will work at the 386,000 square foot complex. Occupancy is slated for 2017. If you've driven on Interstate 83 lately, near the Shrewsbury exit, you may have noticed a large building rising to the east and wondered what's... Read more
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The Daily Record
Dropping the Mike: Angry voters and cannibalismSenate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. likes to remind folks that he’s a st
Dropping the Mike: Angry voters and cannibalism
The Daily Record / Posted an hour ago
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. likes to remind folks that he’s a student of history — all the histories, as he once said on the Senate floor a few years back. On Monday, Miller dropped some of that knowledge in the form of an anecdote... Read more
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The Daily Record
#AdnanSyed’s supporters break out the hashtagsIf you listened to the first season of “Serial,” the wildly popular podcast tha
#AdnanSyed’s supporters break out the hashtags
The Daily Record / Posted 2 hours ago
If you listened to the first season of “Serial,” the wildly popular podcast that reexamined the evidence that Baltimore County teenager Adnan Syed killed his high school ex-girlfriend 17 years ago, you’ve likely been following the progression of... Read more
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York Daily Record
Suspect in plot against police to face Pa. chargesThe Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office dropped the charges that Howard
Suspect in plot against police to face Pa. charges
York Daily Record / Posted 3 hours ago
The Baltimore County State's Attorney's Office dropped the charges that Howard Cofflin, 56, was facing in Maryland. A former Loganville man accused of plotting to kill his ex-girlfriend and blow up the local Pennsylvania State Police barracks is now... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Guns would be banned from Maryland college campuses under legislative leaders' billDemocrats in the Maryland legislature plan to push a trio of new gun bills that
Guns would be banned from Maryland college campuses under legislative leaders' bill
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
Democrats in the Maryland legislature plan to push a trio of new gun bills that would bar firearms from college campuses, domestic abusers and terrorists. General Assembly leaders on Wednesday announced they would try to strengthen Maryland's... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Kevin Plank invests in Towson luxury watch makerTowson Watch Co. is basically two men who design and craft handmade watches tha
Kevin Plank invests in Towson luxury watch maker
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
Towson Watch Co. is basically two men who design and craft handmade watches that sell from nearly $2,000 to more than $13,000. Sagamore's investment, which it did not disclose, gives Plank a 25 percent stake in the watchmaker, with the option to... Read more
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The Washington Times
Maryland Democrats offer 3 gun control bills as legislative prioritiesANNAPOLIS | Maryland Democrats on Wednesday introduced a package of three gun-c
Maryland Democrats offer 3 gun control bills as legislative priorities
The Washington Times / Posted 6 hours ago
ANNAPOLIS | Maryland Democrats on Wednesday introduced a package of three gun-control measures as part of their legislative priorities, aiming to build on the state’s sweeping 2013 weapons ban that recently was challenged by a federal court. One... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Former Towson Diving Coach Has Plea Hearing In Peeping Tom CaseTOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A former diving coach heads to court for a plea hearing Wed
Former Towson Diving Coach Has Plea Hearing In Peeping Tom Case
CBS Baltimore / Posted 7 hours ago
TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — A former diving coach heads to court for a plea hearing Wednesday. It stems from a peeping tom incident at Towson University. County prosecutors confirm that a plea deal has been reached. Investigators say 43-year-old Maureen... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Teen arrested in connection with shooting outside White Marsh MallA 16-year-old has been charged as an adult in the shooting of a man Sunday outs
Teen arrested in connection with shooting outside White Marsh Mall
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 10 hours ago
A 16-year-old has been charged as an adult in the shooting of a man Sunday outside White Marsh Mall. Tayquan Rashawn King, of the unit block of Meteor Court in Parkville, is charged with attempted first-degree murder and related offenses. He is... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Weather closes Harford schools for second day Wednesday, HCC opens lateA light overnight dusting of snow, coupled with freezing leftover melt from Tue
Weather closes Harford schools for second day Wednesday, HCC opens late
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
A light overnight dusting of snow, coupled with freezing leftover melt from Tuesday's storm, forced the cancellation of classes for students in Harford County Public Schools Wednesday. HCPS announced shortly after 5 a.m. at that schools would be... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
16-old Parkville boy charged as adult in White Marsh shootingA 16-year-old Parkville boy has been charged as an adult in a nonfatal shooting
16-old Parkville boy charged as adult in White Marsh shooting
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 hours ago
A 16-year-old Parkville boy has been charged as an adult in a nonfatal shooting outside of a White Marsh restaurant early Sunday morning, Baltimore County police said. Tayquan Rashawn King was arrested Tuesday and faces attempted murder, assault and... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Teen Arrested In Shooting Outside White Marsh RestaurantPERRY HALL, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County police have charged a teenager with th
Teen Arrested In Shooting Outside White Marsh Restaurant
CBS Baltimore / Posted 10 hours ago
PERRY HALL, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County police have charged a teenager with the shooting outside of a Red Robin near White Marsh mall early Sunday. Sixteen-year-old Tayquan Rashawn King, of the unit block of Meteor Court in Parkville, was charged... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hippodrome partnership brings theater to Lansdowne HighWhen "Phantom of the Opera" cast member Christopher Howard tells Lansdowne High
Hippodrome partnership brings theater to Lansdowne High
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 hours ago
When "Phantom of the Opera" cast member Christopher Howard tells Lansdowne High School students to do a dance move one more time, it doesn't really mean one more time. It means three or four more times, then adding another step. It means doing it... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Education Insider: BB gun rampage will cost Columbus taxpayers Read Bill Bush and Mary Mogan Edwards’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays
Education Insider: BB gun rampage will cost Columbus taxpayers
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 14 hours ago
Read Bill Bush and Mary Mogan Edwards’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays. Education databases You'll shoot your eye out, kid. The West Mound Elementary BB-gun sniper struck again... Read more
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The Washington Times
JOHN GIZZI: How Spiro Agnew shaped Republican rhetoricSpiro Agnew today is what he characterized himself as in 1968. Richard Nixon ta
JOHN GIZZI: How Spiro Agnew shaped Republican rhetoric
The Washington Times / Posted 22 hours ago
Spiro Agnew today is what he characterized himself as in 1968. Richard Nixon tapped the unknown governor of Maryland to be his Republican vice presidential running mate: “not exactly a household word.” Forty-three years have passed since “Ted”... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford school travel ban ends, and some board members question decision processHarford County Public Schools lifted its ban Monday on field trips and other sc
Harford school travel ban ends, and some board members question decision process
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 hours ago
Harford County Public Schools lifted its ban Monday on field trips and other school-related travel to Baltimore City, Superintendent of Schools Barbara Canavan said in a statement released shortly after 5 p.m. on Monday. The announcement came a week... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
America East coaches pick UMaine baseball to finish fourthThe University of Maine baseball team was picked to finish fourth this season i
America East coaches pick UMaine baseball to finish fourth
Bangor Daily News / Posted 23 hours ago
The University of Maine baseball team was picked to finish fourth this season in an America East preseason coaches poll released Tuesday. Defending conference champion Stony Brook was picked first in the poll with four first-place votes and 34 total... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Work scheduled to begin next month on Angel Park in Perry HallAfter years of planning, a groundbreaking for Angel Park in Perry Hall is sched
Work scheduled to begin next month on Angel Park in Perry Hall
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
After years of planning, a groundbreaking for Angel Park in Perry Hall is scheduled for March. First, the project needs the approval of the Baltimore County Council, which it is likely to get. When Councilman David Marks presented a resolution... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totalsWarm air created a sharp divide between rain and snow across the Baltimore regi
Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totals
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Warm air created a sharp divide between rain and snow across the Baltimore region Tuesday, with as much as 6 inches in some parts and nothing but rain in others. Nearly 6 inches were reported in parts of Carroll County by mid-morning, with 5.8... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Former Towson diving coach scheduled for plea hearing in locker room video incidentThe former diving coach at Towson University is scheduled to appear in court We
Former Towson diving coach scheduled for plea hearing in locker room video incident
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
The former diving coach at Towson University is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday for a plea hearing on charges related to a cell phone that was found recording team members in a locker room. Maureen Mead, 43, was indicted in November on... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Tyler White a force in net for Towson lacrosseCorning East graduate set for final season at Towson after earning All-America
Tyler White a force in net for Towson lacrosse
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Corning East graduate set for final season at Towson after earning All-America honors as a junior. Tyler White has great perspective when it comes to playing a position in which even the best players see a bunch of shots blast by and settle into the... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Most Maryland Counties Now Out Of Snow DaysBALTIMORE (WJZ) — A snow day today could mean another school day in the summer.
Most Maryland Counties Now Out Of Snow Days
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A snow day today could mean another school day in the summer. After having to use several snow days during January’s blizzard, many districts are reaching their max. Jessica Kartalija has more on how many snow days area schools... Read more
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The Washington Times
Maryland Senate overrides Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto on felon voting rights billsANNAPOLIS | The Maryland Senate on Tuesday overrode Gov. Larry Hogan’s final ve
Maryland Senate overrides Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto on felon voting rights bills
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
ANNAPOLIS | The Maryland Senate on Tuesday overrode Gov. Larry Hogan’s final veto from last year on legislation that would allow felons to vote before they complete probation or parole. The Senate secured the exact three-fifths majority it needed to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Sen. Ben Cardin, HCC students talk college affordabilityThirteen Howard Community College students had the chance to talk college affor
Sen. Ben Cardin, HCC students talk college affordability
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Thirteen Howard Community College students had the chance to talk college affordability with Sen. Ben Cardin Friday morning last week at the Columbia campus. Students discussed their struggles to pay for and complete their degrees while juggling... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Marylanders Deal With Snow, Wintry MixBALTIMORE (WJZ) — There’s another round of winter weather. Parts of the state a
Marylanders Deal With Snow, Wintry Mix
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There’s another round of winter weather. Parts of the state are under a fresh blanket of snow. Rick Ritter has more on how people are dealing with this latest dose of winter. Last time wasn’t really a wet type of snow, but this... Read more
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Yahoo News
Forde Minutes: Will these five 'contenders' deliver in March? Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (tic
Forde Minutes: Will these five 'contenders' deliver in March?
Yahoo News / Posted yesterday
Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (tickets to the SMU-Louisville Asterisk Invitational sold separately): CAN WE TRUST YOU? The major conference... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Serial Case: Closing Arguments To Begin In Adnan Syed's Hearing For New TrialBALTIMORE (WJZ) — Closing arguments are set to begin Tuesday in a hearing to de
Serial Case: Closing Arguments To Begin In Adnan Syed's Hearing For New Trial
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Closing arguments are set to begin Tuesday in a hearing to determine whether convicted killer Adnan Syed will get a new trial. Syed, who’s case was featured in the popular podcast Serial, has been trying to convince a judge since... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Petition seeks to leave Towson Triangle out of overlay districtConcerned about high-density development in downtown Towson — especially within
Petition seeks to leave Towson Triangle out of overlay district
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Concerned about high-density development in downtown Towson — especially within the so-called Towson Triangle — some residents are circulating a petition asking Baltimore County to limit the geographic area of a proposed special overlay zoning... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Bill would ease parking standards for Towson Circle propertyThe Baltimore County Council on Feb. 9 was expected to consider a bill by Counc
Bill would ease parking standards for Towson Circle property
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
The Baltimore County Council on Feb. 9 was expected to consider a bill by Councilman David Marks aimed at easing parking limitations at what is currently Towson Circle. Marks' bill would revise the front, rear and side yard setback requirements, the... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Forde Minutes: Will these five 'contenders' deliver in March?Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (ticke
Forde Minutes: Will these five 'contenders' deliver in March?
Yahoo Sports / Posted yesterday
Forty names, games, teams and minutiae making news in college basketball (tickets to the SMU-Louisville Asterisk Invitational sold separately): CAN WE TRUST YOU? The major conference tournaments tip off in a month, so it’s time for armchair... Read more
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The Daily Review
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting richOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting rich
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Silicon Valley
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting richOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting rich
Silicon Valley / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting richOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting rich
Inside Bay Area / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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The Mercury News
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting richOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting rich
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting richOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For Oakland startup, a $9 computer about more than getting rich
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lansdowne group cites asbestos among school problems at Board of Education meetingThe Lansdowne High School community renewed their cry for a new building at a B
Lansdowne group cites asbestos among school problems at Board of Education meeting
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
The Lansdowne High School community renewed their cry for a new building at a Baltimore County Board of Education meeting Feb. 2. The school is scheduled for a renovation that will cost more than $30 million, but parents, teachers and students have... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Marylanders Prep For Another Round Of SnowBALTIMORE (WJZ) — Here we go again. Another round of snow is on the way for par
Marylanders Prep For Another Round Of Snow
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Here we go again. Another round of snow is on the way for parts of Maryland. Meghan McCorkell with more on the preparations underway. It’s the stuff many are tired of seeing, but like it or not, here it comes. City road crews are... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford master plan would add slightly to development area, study college and I-95/543 area growthAs part of its HarfordNext master plan launched Monday, Harford County's admini
Harford master plan would add slightly to development area, study college and I-95/543 area growth
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
As part of its HarfordNext master plan launched Monday, Harford County's administration wants to look at the impacts of current or potential growth on several areas that have been the center of controversy for decades over development... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's quick economic growth contributes to loss in state aid to schoolsHere's the good news: For the second year in a row, Baltimore's economy is impr
Baltimore's quick economic growth contributes to loss in state aid to schools
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Here's the good news: For the second year in a row, Baltimore's economy is improving faster than anywhere else in Maryland. Because much of Baltimore's economic growth has been fueled by a wide array of tax subsidies, city government looks on paper... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford schools ban on trips to city liftedHarford County school officials on Monday lifted their ban on field trips and o
Harford schools ban on trips to city lifted
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Harford County school officials on Monday lifted their ban on field trips and other travel to Baltimore. The decision came after Harford County Executive Barry Glassman urged the school system to reconsider the ban, and Baltimore elected officials... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford Co. lifts school travel ban to Baltimore CityHarford County Public Schools, in the face of criticism and questions from elec
Harford Co. lifts school travel ban to Baltimore City
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Harford County Public Schools, in the face of criticism and questions from elected officials, lifted its ban Monday on field trips and other school-related travel to Baltimore City, Barbara Canavan, superintendent of schools, said in a statement... Read more
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The Mercury News
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting RichOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting Rich
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting RichOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting Rich
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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The Daily Review
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting RichOAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more
For West Oakland Startup, A $9 Computer About More Than Getting Rich
The Daily Review / Posted 2 days ago
OAKLAND -- Last year, a West Oakland startup called Next Thing Co. raised more than $2 million from more than 39,000 people around the world to create a low-cost computer called C.H.I.P. But if you talk to the vice president of operations, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Troubled teen turned savvy business owner expands her Mount Vernon salonHer family torn apart by drugs, Rosalind Holsey learned to fend for herself ear
Troubled teen turned savvy business owner expands her Mount Vernon salon
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Her family torn apart by drugs, Rosalind Holsey learned to fend for herself early on, separated from her mother as a child in West Baltimore, living in a foster home, bouncing from place to place as a teenaged runaway. Shut out of cosmetology at... Read more
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The Daily Record
A bill that shows Maryland is more business friendlyEditorial Advisory Board: On the second day of the current legislative sessio
A bill that shows Maryland is more business friendly
The Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
Editorial Advisory Board: On the second day of the current legislative session, a bipartisan contingent of the House of Delegates introduced House Bill 69 (the “Personal Property Tax Credit for... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Jarrettsville Fire Company marks 'hardest working and most stressful year'Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company capped off what its outgoing president sai
Jarrettsville Fire Company marks 'hardest working and most stressful year'
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company capped off what its outgoing president said was a busy and stressful year in 2015 by recognizing its members' achievements at Saturday night's annual banquet. "This had to be the hardest working year and most... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford's hysteriaIn case you missed this, or simply thought it was too insane to possibly be tru
Harford's hysteria
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
In case you missed this, or simply thought it was too insane to possibly be true, let us reiterate a bit of news that broke late last week. The Harford County school system has decided to indefinitely ban student field trips into Baltimore City... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Questions on paid sick leave at GBC legislative breakfastRepublican Sen. J.B. Jennings on Monday urged leaders of local businesses to ma
Questions on paid sick leave at GBC legislative breakfast
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Republican Sen. J.B. Jennings on Monday urged leaders of local businesses to make their voices heard as contentious bills on questions of importance to the business community, such as whether to require employers to provide paid sick leave, come to... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yorktown
Decker Becomes First Wappingers Lacrosse Player To Commit To Play D-IEAST FISHKILL, N.Y. -- Jack Decker, a senior at John Jay-East Fishkill High Sch
Decker Becomes First Wappingers Lacrosse Player To Commit To Play D-I
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 2 days ago
EAST FISHKILL, N.Y. -- Jack Decker, a senior at John Jay-East Fishkill High School, has become the first player in the history of the Wappingers boys lacrosse program to commit to a Division I program. The two-way midfielder has verbally committed... Read more
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