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Remembering the Orioles’ 1970 World Series title: O’s top Royals again on Frank Robinson’s walk-off homer

On May 7, 1970, Frank Robinson, the American League’s leading hitter with a .369 average, crushed a three-run homer with two out in the ninth at the Stadium to bring the Orioles from the brink ...


‘About to drive, ttyl’: Sykesville resident’s billboard design wins national distracted driving PSA contest

Project Yellow Light recently selected Sykesville native Sierra Fentress' billboard design as its college-level contest winner. More then 2,100 entries came in for the competition this year.


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 las...


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 I...


Where’s my mail? As Baltimore-area customers complain of USPS 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 Sta...


Naval Academy midshipmen will return to Annapolis in the fall for hybrid learning plan amid coronavirus

U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen will return to campus this fall, though much of their education will likely still be conducted online due to the coronavirus pandemic, the academy announced Friday e...


Annapolis Rotary beats coronavirus blues with ‘Crabs To Go’ instead of annual feast

The Rotary Club of Annapolis purchased more than 220 bushels of steamed crabs and 4,000 ears of corn from Chesapeake Seafood Caterers for its first ever “Rotary Crabs To Go” fundraiser. The p...


Maryland Election Board proposes opening just 360 voting centers statewide on Election Day, most of them in high schools

The State Board of Elections is recommending that Maryland dramatically reduce the number of polling places for November’s election, opening just 360 voting centers statewide on Election Day, m...


Towson University signs agreement with 101 York Road developer for off-campus student housing

Aspen Heights Towson, an off-campus student housing project near Towson University, once challenged by local community associations, is now open to students as the university restricts the number...