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Carroll County Restaurant Week aims to help keep local establishments, ‘the heart and soul of a town,’ afloat

Locals will soon have the opportunity to try special deals at a variety of restaurants participating in Carroll County Restaurant Week. Only this year, things will be different.


Alex Cobb’s splitter shines, but Marlins shut out Orioles, 1-0, in first game of seven-inning doubleheader

Much like Alex Cobb’s splitter dived beneath the Miami Marlins’ bats Wednesday evening, the Orioles’ hot start to the abbreviated 2020 season made its way into the dirt with a second straig...


Witnesses from Anne Arundel jail appear in court as defense...l Gazette shooting case tries to oust prosecution psychiatrist

Almost a dozen employees from an Anne Arundel County jail appeared in court Wednesday as attorneys representing the gunman who killed five Capital Gazette staffers questioned them about their int...


Maryland elections officials poised to offer new November election format to governor as time runs short

The Maryland Board of Elections considered a recommendation that would again change the format of the November election, but ultimately delayed a final decision — days after being chastised by ...


Maryland Center for the Arts project in Harford receives no questions, comments at community input meeting

The Maryland Center for the Arts project planned for more than 40 acres in Abingdon was neither opposed nor supported at a mandated Wednesday community input meeting. No members of the public had...


‘It’s not fair’: Family, friends grieve as 14-year-old Camarin Wallace is buried in Annapolis

Camarin Wallace often hung out and played near the playground in Annapolis Gardens. It’s a spot he made silly videos with friends or grouped up to play basketball. On the evening of July 27, th...


Annapolis police identify suspect in June shooting on Cedar...ovide updates on July shooting that sent three to the hospital

At a news conference Wednesday, Annapolis police released the identity of a suspect in a shooting directed at a car full of people in June. They also provided updates on other violent incidents i...


Havre de Grace mayor and council promote social distancing, mask wearing as coronavirus cases increase in 21078 ZIP code

The City of Havre de Grace has launched a campaign to remind residents of state orders that people must wear a face covering when indoors — as well as outdoors when it is not possible to be mor...


‘Hot Dog Man,’ broadcasting to your living room: Carroll County library employee’s videos entertaining kids

A Carroll County Public Library employee has created a series of videos, sharing colorful and engaging content for children and their families to watch while staying inside during the coronavirus...


Registration required for Aug. 11 coronavirus testing at Ripken Stadium, Harford health officials remind patients

Several openings remain for the free drive-thru COVID-19 testing event on Aug. 11 at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen, but advanced registration is required, Harford County health officials said.


Anne Arundel police investigating a shooting in Millersville that sent one man to hospital, hit child with debris

County police are investigating a shooting that took place Tuesday at approximately 7:10 p.m. in the 500 block of Old Mill Road in Millersville that sent one man to a nearby hospital with non-lif...


Rey Rivera’s friend, former Baltimore employer pushes back on Netflix’s ‘Unsolved Mysteries'

Porter Stansberry, the former employer of Rey Rivera is pushing back on his portrayal in Netflix’s popular “Unsolved Mysteries” reboot, which raised questions about his involvement in River...


Tropical Storm Isaias highlights a familiar problem in Anne Arundel: Where does the rain go, and how fast?

Have people been putting fertilizer down? Is there a large chunk of stream bank someplace about to fall into the water, filling it with sediment? Have builders covered their work sites appropriat...


Havre de Grace council clears way for development of 244-acre Green-Ianniello-Patrone tract off Rt. 155

Those who want to develop within a more than 244-acre tract on the north side of Havre de Grace off of Route 155, cleared a major hurdle Monday when the City Council voted unanimously to adopt a ...


Laura Harper already taking reins as Coppin State’s new women’s basketball head coach

The former starting power forward for the University of Maryland’s NCAA title-winning team in 2006 will helm an Eagles program that has not enjoyed a winning record in the Mid-Eastern Athletic ...


New York City public health chief, a former Baltimore health commissioner, resigns after coronavirus friction

New York City's top public health official resigned Tuesday in a shake-up that followed months of tension over the city's response to the coronavirus pandemic and comes as officials are anxiously...


Mattress pitching, Zoom calls and ‘unprecedented’ roster moves: How the Marlins returned from a COVID-19 outbreak

“I’m not giving out all my secrets,” manager Don Mattingly quipped after the Marlins returned to baseball with a 4-0 win over the Orioles. “I’m going to have to write a book after this ...


Maryland athletics reports zero positive COVID-19 tests with preseason football practice set to start Friday

Maryland athletics on Tuesday revealed the results of its latest series of coronavirus testing, announcing that no individuals tested positive for COVID-19 out of 227 student-athletes and staff s...


A mission to disrupt COVID-19: Researchers at McDaniel College search for ways to fight virus

McDaniel College’s summer research groups mostly went online this summer, but two small groups of researchers got special permission to work in the labs on campus, working to contribute to the ...


Baltimore County Council member won’t support planned unit development project near Arbutus

Citing a lack of broad community support, a Baltimore County Council member said he won’t support a controversial planned unit development project for a 164-unit luxury townhome complex near Ar...


Anne Arundel poetry radio show founded by Maryland poet laureate awarded $1,000 from Maryland Humanities

Maryland Humanities awarded $4,000 in grants to four Maryland nonprofits, including Forest Woods Media Productions, an Annapolis-based organization that produces the radio series The Poet and the...


Maryland salad dressing maker Tessemae’s files lawsuit alleging former law firm tried to ‘steal’ the company

While much about the improbable rise and subsequent travails of three jocks-turned salad dressing entrepreneurs sounds like a folk tale, the allegations in the 38-page complaint are deadly seriou...