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Baltimore Sun
Graduation rate up for African-American and low-income students, down for HispanicsThe high school graduation rate for African-American and low-income students in
Graduation rate up for African-American and low-income students, down for Hispanics
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
The high school graduation rate for African-American and low-income students in county schools rose in 2015, while the rate for Hispanic students decreased from the previous year, the school system announced Friday. "That is a tribute to the... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Crews Recover Bodies Of Missing HuntersSEVERN, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland Natural Resources Police report they have recovere
Crews Recover Bodies Of Missing Hunters
CBS Baltimore / Posted 3 days ago
SEVERN, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland Natural Resources Police report they have recovered the bodies of two hunters who went missing on the Severn River last month. The duck hunters went missing during hostile water conditions on Jan. 19. A search continued... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
School Bus Crashes After Driver Suffers Medical EmergencyPASADENA, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County officials say a school bus driver is i
School Bus Crashes After Driver Suffers Medical Emergency
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
PASADENA, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County officials say a school bus driver is in critical condition after she suffered a medical emergency and crashed. Media outlets report that county fire department spokesman Capt. Russ Davies said the bus went... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
KATHLEEN SATER 1927Kathleen worked as a nurse before devoting her life to her children. She enjoye
KATHLEEN SATER 1927
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 4 days ago
Kathleen worked as a nurse before devoting her life to her children. She enjoyed gardening, quilting and crafting and was a warm and loving woman of quiet faith. Mrs. Sater was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Roy, whom she married on... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Rabid Kitten Found Outside Glen Burnie Gas StationGLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ) — A rabid kitten was found outside a Glen Burnie Royal F
Rabid Kitten Found Outside Glen Burnie Gas Station
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ) — A rabid kitten was found outside a Glen Burnie Royal Farms, according to the Anne Arundel County Health Department. Now, health officials are looking for anyone who may have come in contact with the kitten. The grey and... Read more
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The Daily Record
Man pleads guilty to attempted murder in ‘selfie’ arson caseANNAPOLIS — A Pasadena man has pleaded guilty after being accused of setting fi
Man pleads guilty to attempted murder in ‘selfie’ arson case
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
ANNAPOLIS — A Pasadena man has pleaded guilty after being accused of setting fire to a Glen Burnie home in a jealous rage and returning to take selfies. The Capital reports 26-year-old Justin Clum pleaded guilty Tuesday to 25 counts including... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Man Pleads Guilty To Attempted Murder In 'Selfie' Arson CaseANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Pasadena man has pleaded guilty after being accused of
Man Pleads Guilty To Attempted Murder In 'Selfie' Arson Case
CBS Baltimore / Posted 4 days ago
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Pasadena man has pleaded guilty after being accused of setting fire to a Glen Burnie home in a jealous rage and returning to take selfies. The Capital reports 26-year-old Justin Clum pleaded guilty Tuesday to 25 counts... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Pasadena man pleads guilty in 'selfie' arson caseA 26-year-old man accused of setting fire to a Glen Burnie home and later retur
Pasadena man pleads guilty in 'selfie' arson case
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
A 26-year-old man accused of setting fire to a Glen Burnie home and later returning to the scene to take "selfies" pleaded guilty to a 25-count indictment Tuesday in Annapolis. Justin Clum, of Pasadena, pleaded guilty to all counts including... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hopkins-Navy meeting in early February sign of timesOnce upon a time, Johns Hopkins-Navy men's lacrosse was a huge game in late Apr
Hopkins-Navy meeting in early February sign of times
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Once upon a time, Johns Hopkins-Navy men's lacrosse was a huge game in late April or early May with NCAA Tournament seeding on the line. Now the Blue Jays and Midshipmen are meeting on a Tuesday in early February just to keep the series from falling... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lowe's announces spring hiring fairs for BaltimoreLowe's Cos. Inc. is hosting two job fairs in the Baltimore area this week, as t
Lowe's announces spring hiring fairs for Baltimore
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
Lowe's Cos. Inc. is hosting two job fairs in the Baltimore area this week, as the company looks to bring on between 400 and 500 workers at its 11 local stores for the spring season, said Daniel Duncan, a human resources manager for the Bel Air... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Best Of The Scott Garceau Show Week OfIt’s Super Bowl week in the NFL and Scott Garceau and Jeremy Conn kick off this
Best Of The Scott Garceau Show Week Of
CBS Baltimore / Posted 8 days ago
It’s Super Bowl week in the NFL and Scott Garceau and Jeremy Conn kick off this weeks episode of the Best Of The Scott Garceau Show by talking about media week, their picks for the big game and Russell Baxter with Bleacher Report joined them live... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'Cops' segment to feature 10-year veteran of county forceA segment on the TV show "Cops" next week will feature a 10-year veteran of the
'Cops' segment to feature 10-year veteran of county force
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
A segment on the TV show "Cops" next week will feature a 10-year veteran of the Anne Arundel County police force. Cpl. Tommy Smith will be featured in a segment titled "The Milk Thief" that was recorded last summer, said department spokesman Lt.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dancing for good luck in the Lunar New YearOn a recent Saturday morning, students from ages 5 to 67, and of different ethn
Dancing for good luck in the Lunar New Year
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
On a recent Saturday morning, students from ages 5 to 67, and of different ethnicities, came together at the Jow Ga Martial Arts School in Columbia to learn an ancient Chinese tradition. They shuffled, jumped, kicked and huddled under 3-foot- tall... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
See how you could get $1,000 a day ... for lifeDEBORAH: WELCOME BACK. CAROLE EVERETT FROM THE MARYLAND LOTTERY. GOOD MORNING.
See how you could get $1,000 a day ... for life
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 13 days ago
DEBORAH: WELCOME BACK. CAROLE EVERETT FROM THE MARYLAND LOTTERY. GOOD MORNING. >> GOOD MORNING. HOW ARE YOU. DEBORAH: I LOVE YOUR JACKET. HAVE SOME FUN. DEBORAH: I DON'T BLAME YOU. YOU HAVE SOME GREAT NEWS. >> I DO. WE HAD A WINNER OF $1.6 BILLION IN... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore company stocks are mixed amid market turmoil in JanuaryU.S. stock markets swooned in the new year amid fears that an economic slowdown
Baltimore company stocks are mixed amid market turmoil in January
Baltimore Sun / Posted 15 days ago
U.S. stock markets swooned in the new year amid fears that an economic slowdown in China would spill over into domestic recession and as oil prices plummeted. Yet for some of the Baltimore region's largest public companies, the markets were more... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
From yoga rooms to calming colors, reflective spaces on the rise in home decorIn this day of constant and instant communication, home designers say they are
From yoga rooms to calming colors, reflective spaces on the rise in home decor
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
In this day of constant and instant communication, home designers say they are seeing more clients wanting to hit the pause button. Yoga and prayer rooms, soft lights and soothing paint colors are among the hottest design trends that foster peace... Read more
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TribLIVE
Art review: ‘The Other Side of Pop’ at August Wilson CenterArt review: 'The Other Side of Pop' at August Wilson Center Neighborhoods Art
Art review: ‘The Other Side of Pop’ at August Wilson Center
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
Art review: 'The Other Side of Pop' at August Wilson Center Neighborhoods Art review: 'The Other Side of Pop' at August Wilson Center Art based on popular culture and mass media has been a part of American culture since the 1950s. A lot of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's Middle Eastern grocers offer ingredients as diverse as the regionEditor's note: This is the seventh in a series exploring grocery stores in the
Baltimore's Middle Eastern grocers offer ingredients as diverse as the region
Baltimore Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Editor's note: This is the seventh in a series exploring grocery stores in the Baltimore area, finding the best shops that cater to specific cuisines. To many Americans, Middle Eastern food is synonymous with kebabs, and their knowledge of the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Terence C. 'Terry' Severe, longtime floor refinisher for family business, diesTerence C. "Terry" Severe, who had worked for his family's floor-refinishing bu
Terence C. 'Terry' Severe, longtime floor refinisher for family business, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Terence C. "Terry" Severe, who had worked for his family's floor-refinishing business for more than 40 years, died Jan. 8 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Hunt Valley resident was 59. "I've worked with Terry for the last 12 years,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Richard C. Hiller Jr.He was born May 27, 1922, in Jamestown, a son of the late Richard C. and Genevi
Richard C. Hiller Jr.
The Post-Journal / Posted 22 days ago
He was born May 27, 1922, in Jamestown, a son of the late Richard C. and Genevieve Hollister Hiller. A graduate of Jamestown High School, he then served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II from 1942-46. In earlier years, Dick owned and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hogan: 'We're as prepared as we can possibly be'Hatless, gloveless and wearing a lightweight leather bomber jacket, Gov. Larry
Hogan: 'We're as prepared as we can possibly be'
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Hatless, gloveless and wearing a lightweight leather bomber jacket, Gov. Larry Hogan didn't look dressed for the impending weather when he received a quick tour of the Annapolis State Highway Administration plant midday Friday. The temperature had... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Supermarkets, hardware stores and highway crews getting busy as Baltimore region prepares for blizzardGrocery stores around the region were rushing to restock already-empty bread an
Supermarkets, hardware stores and highway crews getting busy as Baltimore region prepares for blizzard
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Grocery stores around the region were rushing to restock already-empty bread and meat shelves, hardware stores were selling out of shovels and highway crews began to spray roads with salt brine Thursday ahead of what forecasters said could be a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mary Portera, ambassador for the St. Jude Shrine, diesMary Portera, who worked until she was 100 as the ambassador of a Roman Catholi
Mary Portera, ambassador for the St. Jude Shrine, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Mary Portera, who worked until she was 100 as the ambassador of a Roman Catholic religious shrine, died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Sunday at her Charles Center home in downtown Baltimore. She was 101. Mrs. Portera spent her adult life... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
CommuniCare Health Services acquires healthcare centers in Baltimore, TowsonCommuniCare Health Services has acquired seven healthcare centers in Maryland a
CommuniCare Health Services acquires healthcare centers in Baltimore, Towson
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
CommuniCare Health Services has acquired seven healthcare centers in Maryland and West Virginia from Sparks-based White Oak Healthcare, the Cincinnati-based company said Wednesday. CommuniCare said it is now the second-largest provider of skilled... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Friends in all places: Garth Brooks fans anticipate first Baltimore showsHope Witt has seen Garth Brooks live 27 times. She has traveled to Tampa, Fla.
Friends in all places: Garth Brooks fans anticipate first Baltimore shows
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Hope Witt has seen Garth Brooks live 27 times. She has traveled to Tampa, Fla., Nashville, Chicago and Las Vegas to see her favorite performer. Concerts No. 28-32, however, will be unlike any other for the Glen Burnie resident and fellow Brooks... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lawmakers from county draft animal aid billsAnd some are quite literally pet issues. Sen. Bryan Simonaire, R-Pasadena, has
Lawmakers from county draft animal aid bills
Baltimore Sun / Posted 25 days ago
And some are quite literally pet issues. Sen. Bryan Simonaire, R-Pasadena, has two bills related to animals. One, Senate Bill 36, would change state law to allow bystanders to use force to enter a car without the risk of punishment if a cat or dog... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
The Rev. Brendan T. Carr, parish priest and educator, diesThe Rev. Brendan T. Carr, who had a dual career as an educator and later as a p
The Rev. Brendan T. Carr, parish priest and educator, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
The Rev. Brendan T. Carr, who had a dual career as an educator and later as a parish priest, died Monday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 82. “Brendan was easy to be around and I always felt safe when I was... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Mosby calls on next generation of leaders to take up King's causeAfter a year in which civil rights once again rose to the forefront of the nati
Mosby calls on next generation of leaders to take up King's cause
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
After a year in which civil rights once again rose to the forefront of the national consciousness, the urgency of the present is clear to Baltimore state's attorney Marilyn Mosby. "At this very moment, we are at a critical point in our nation's... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Shoppers with hearing loss can choose theWhen shoppers check out at Wegmans in Hunt Valley, they can choose from self-sc
Shoppers with hearing loss can choose the
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
When shoppers check out at Wegmans in Hunt Valley, they can choose from self-scan, express or wheelchair-accessible lanes. Recently, they've been offered another option. In two designated "looped" aisles, concealed technology can erase background... Read more
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The Irish Times
Clean living: The man who cost AIB $691mJohn Rusnak was something of a star when he was in prison, he says. Fellow inma
Clean living: The man who cost AIB $691m
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
John Rusnak was something of a star when he was in prison, he says. Fellow inmates sought out the man once dubbed “Johnny Ruz” by market traders over his hair-raising, multibillion dollar bets on currencies that ultimately cost AIB $691 million in... Read more
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