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Coppin State men’s basketball takes lead in MEAC North with 81-71 victory over Norfolk State

Coppin State senior point guard Dejuan Clayton never beat Norfolk State in the three seasons leading up to his senior year and the program had 14 straight losses against the Spartans. That statis...


Pasadena man arrested, charged with sexually abusing minor who was visiting for sleepover with a friend in November

On Thursday Scott Louis Williams, 53, was taken into custody without incident at Central Booking and has been charged with third and fourth degree sex offenses, second degree assault, second degr...


The Maryland Lynching Memorial Project tackles the past - and contemporary - myth of white supremacy

The Lynching Memorial Project, which held an event Saturday, is a volunteer initiative that aims to document the history of the approximately 40 Black people who were killed by mobs in the Free S...


Four Carroll County elder care facilities recognized for short-term rehab performance by U.S. News & World Report

Brinton Woods Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Sykesville, Carroll Lutheran Village in Westminster, Lorien Taneytown, and Lorien Health Services in Mount Airy received “High Performing” r...


Gerald Winegrad: Americans have great wealth and freedom. Time for responsibility, too. | COMMENTARY

Americans are still blessed with great freedoms, including fraud-free elections and the availability of basic needs for healthy lives. With that comes responsibilities to our democracy including ...


‘He is inescapably built into our lives’: Funeral mass held for Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. ‘Mike’ Miller Jr.

A funeral mass was held for Senate President Emeritus Thomas V “Mike” Miller Jr. Saturday morning at St. John The Evangelist Catholic Church in Clinton, in which he was remembered for his lov...


Maryland colleges bringing students back to campus despite pandemic, saying they’ve learned from fall experience

Administrators are feeling emboldened to welcome students back to campus despite Maryland reporting new cases and testing positivity rate several times the levels when classes began last fall.


‘Compassionate to a fault’: Annapolis florist, beloved mother and community linchpin dies at 57

Teresa Williams, owner of Gateway Florist and Academy Flowers, whose generosity, advocacy and charity made her a cherished part of the fabric of Annapolis, died suddenly Monday.


‘He always had the talent’: How Loyola Maryland’s Brandon Bradsher rose from manager to starting point guard

Bradsher began his college career as a team manager, had to lobby a new head coach for a chance to compete as a walk-on, and saw little playing time in two seasons. His perseverance is a lesson f...


Maryland men’s basketball searching for consistency with conference wins proving hard to string together

When head coach Mark Turgeon spoke to reporters Friday ahead of Maryland’s road game at No. 17 Minnesota on Saturday, he spoke of something that, unlike last season, has eluded his team: consis...


Howard superintendent’s proposed $932 million budget adds staff in special education, mental health

Howard County school system Superintendent Michael Martirano is proposing an operating budget of $932 million for the next fiscal year that adds more than 130 teachers and staff to address specia...


Two more Maryland correctional officers died of COVID-19, union says while accusing state of downplaying scope of the problem

Prison Union sources said they were notified of three more deaths over the last 7 days of essential employees in Maryland prisons. The department has not confirmed the information, leading to iss...


‘Warrior model’ of policing over; Baltimore police must show community that reform efforts are real, judge says

U.S. District Judge James Bredar says it’s time the department start showing results after making inroads training officers and implementing policies to correct years of corruption and damaged ...


GBMC Health Care tops 4,000 vaccine doses, plans to start immunizing residents 65 and older Feb. 1, depending on supply

The Greater Baltimore Medical Center Health Care system has administered more than 4,000 coronavirus vaccine doses to staff and seniors older than 74, and plans to begin vaccinating seniors betwe...


Harford citizens offer input on county budget priorities for coming fiscal year during virtual town hall

Harford County officials held the seventh annual budget town hall to solicit citizen input on priorities for the upcoming fiscal year 2022 budget. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the forum was ...


Anne Arundel school system plans to partner with county fire department to administer staff vaccinations

Anne Arundel County Public Schools will need to administer as many as 14,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, and in a letter to staff Thursday, Superintendent George Arlotto said he plans to partner w...


Howard County switches gears, plans for March return as school board approves framework for hybrid model

The Howard County school system is now aiming to get students back in classrooms in a hybrid learning model on March 1, and the Board of Education did approve the framework for a potential hybrid...


Carroll County reports drop in overdoses, drug fatalities in 2020 despite concerns COVID-19 would spawn uptick

Carroll County saw 426 overdoses in 2020, a 1.8% decrease compared with 2019 based on year-end data compiled by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office reflecting all overdoses reported to law enfo...


Longtime Orioles announcer Jim Hunter not returning to broadcasts in 2021 after team elects not to renew his contract

Jim Hunter, who has served as a play-by-play announcer for Orioles baseball games since 1997, announced Friday that he will not rejoin the team’s broadcasts in 2021 after the club elected to no...


Young Orioles trade acquisition Kevin Smith tops one projection systems’ forecast for their best pitcher in 2021

Kevin Smith, one of two players acquired at last year’s trade deadline in a deal with the New York Mets, spent a little time at the Orioles’ alternate site after the trade but isn’t on thei...


Harford Community College trustees approve preliminary budget of $51.6 million; about $737,000 less than current year

Harford Community College Board of Trustees recently approved a $51.6 million preliminary general operating budget for fiscal year 2022, which reflects the significant impact the COVID-19 pandemi...


$730 million Powerball jackpot a rare thrill for tiny Western Maryland town ravaged by job losses, coronavirus

Whether they claimed the annuity option, paid over 30 years, or a lump sum in cash, the owner of the winning ticket would become a multimillionaire by chance in one of the smallest, most economic...


Lawsuit claims Harford sheriff’s deputies beat man in mental crisis; police report says he didn’t comply with orders

A Baltimore County man is suing the Harford County Sheriff’s Office, the county, the state of Maryland and over 30 deputies for allegedly beating and tasering him while he was purportedly suffe...


Maryland Gov. Hogan calls on schools to bring students back to classrooms by March under hybrid learning plan

Gov. Larry Hogan and the state school superintendent called Thursday on all Maryland school systems to bring students back to classrooms under a hybrid program by March, saying too many children ...


Carroll County Commissioner Eric Bouchat’s motions seeking to eliminate school board, planning commission roles fail

Commissioner Eric Bouchat said the county commissioners should watch school board meetings and learn from their agendas, and have staff members give briefings on topics, but he feels there’s an...


Harford County Restaurant Week, which includes take-out options this year, starts Friday

Restaurants throughout Harford County participate in Restaurant Week, which runs from Jan. 22-31 this year, offering discounts on certain menu items or maybe even offering something new to the re...


Harford superintendent hopes to have plan to return students to class by Monday school board meeting

Harford County schools’ superintendent said staff will work through the weekend to adjust its return plan to start bring students back for in-person instruction after the governor and state sup...


Outbreak at Taneytown elder care facility accounts for 12 of Carroll County’s 66 new COVID-19 cases

Eleven residents and one staff member at Country Companions Assisted Living in Taneytown have tested positive for COVID-19 as congregate living facilities in Carroll County saw 19 new cases after...