Tuesday Morning Headlines: Muslim Volunteers Hand Out ‘Mercy Bags’ in West Baltimore; 5 Shot Outside North Baltimore Cookout; Baltimore Businesses Trying to Rebuild Get State Money; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 31, 2016 7:00am

History In The Making: Md. District AAU Hosts National Basketball Tournament – CBS Baltimore

Report: Md. Beaches Are on a 4-Year Clean Streak – CBS Baltimore

5 shot outside North Baltimore cookout, police say – Baltimore Sun

Muslim volunteers hand out 700 ‘Mercy Bags’ to seniors, homeless – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore businesses trying to rebuild after unrest get state money to improve storefronts – Baltimore Sun


Friday Afternoon Headlines: Verizon, Unions Reach Deal; Most Googled Maryland Question; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, May 27, 2016 5:29pm

Verizon, unions reach deal in principle for 4-year contract — Baltimore Sun

Most Googled question in Maryland: ‘Is Joe Flacco elite?’ — CBS Baltimore

Sparrows Point drawbridge closed to cars as holiday weekend begins — WBAL

Sagamore reveals phasing and new details for Port Covington at final UDARP presentation — South

Crab population growth is good news for restaurants and diners this year — BBJ

Patriots fans wanted to see Ravens lose a draft pick — NBC Sports

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Ray Rice Speaks to Ravens Rookies

0 Written by: | Friday, May 27, 2016 9:28am


Two years after his ouster from the Baltimore Ravens, Ray Rice–who, as you may recall, was caught on video cold-clocking his then-fiancee Janay and then dragging her unconscious body out of an elevator–has maintained close ties with his former team. Read More →

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Friday Morning Headlines: Howard County Gymnastics Coach Faces Child Porn Charges; Dixon Still Not Satisfied; 1 Light Sr. Tower Draws Criticism; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, May 27, 2016 7:00am

Former Mayor Dixon Still Not Pleased with Primary – CBS Baltimore

Check Out the Lineup for This Year’s Baltimore Book Festival – Baltimore magazine

A shorter 1 Light St. tower draws criticism for overpowering historic building – BBJ

Howard County gymnastics coach facing child pornography charges – Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Change Makers: Leading by ‘Beautiful’ Example – NBC News


Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Would-Be Jumper Rescued on Bay Bridge; Ravens Penalized on Practice; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 26, 2016 5:05pm

Fatal shootings push number of homicides past 100 — Baltimore Sun

Z on TV: BET film compellingly chronicles rise of Black Lives Matter — Baltimore Sun

Would-be jumper rescued on Chesapeake Bay Bridge — CBS Baltimore

Ravens to forefeit next week’s OTAs; Team, Harbaugh fined — WBAL

McHenry Row’s second phase will include 225 apartments, possible hotel — BBJ


Thursday Morning Headlines: Fork & Wrench’s Owners to Debut New Fells Point Restaurant; Melo Trimble Returning to Maryland; Baltimore Re-certifies Election Results; and More

0 Written by: | Thursday, May 26, 2016 7:00am

Little boy tries to stop armed robbery at Md. GameStop store – Washington Post

Maryland’s unclaimed dead become body donors – Maryland Reporter

Melo Trimble Returning to Maryland for Junior Year – CBS Baltimore

Baltimore Re-certifies Election Results; No Changes in Any Race – CBS Baltimore

Fork & Wrench’s owners are ready to debut their new Fells Point restaurant – BBJ


Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: 90-Year-Old Dies After Home Invasion; Traffic Tech Tapped; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 25, 2016 5:07pm

Accused Baltimore drug kingpin on lockdown at DC jail on allegation of running heroin ring there — Baltimore Sun

90-year-old woman dies after Baltimore home invasion — CBS Baltimore

Maryland bees dying in unprecedented numbers — WBAL-TV

Ripken baseball to oversee design of athletic fields at Port Covington — BBJ

Maryland to ask companies for $100 million solution to ease I-270 gridlock — Washington Post


Wednesday Morning Headlines: 130-acre hotel, retail project at Sparrows Point; Teens Sentenced to 45 Years in Patterson Park Woman’s Death; and More

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 25, 2016 7:00am

‘Ice Cream Trail’ helps boost agricultural tourism in Maryland – Washington Post

National Home Brewers Conference Coming to Baltimore in June – Baltimore magazine

Exclusive: Sparrows Point developer plots 130-acre hotel, retail project – BBJ

Teens sentenced to 45 years in Patterson Park woman’s death – Baltimore Sun

Young people traveling across the border alone are making it to Maryland-and fighting to stay – City Paper


Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Under Armour Inks Record Deal With UCLA; More Rain to End May; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 24, 2016 5:11pm

Sunshine breaks up despair for near-record rain streak, but more wet weather could end May — Baltimore Sun

BWI control tower evacuated briefly — CBS Baltimore

3 Marylanders, liquor distributor charged in smuggling scheme — WBAL

Under Armour, UCLA ink richest deal in college sports — BBJ

Why this document management platform is especially important for police — Baltimore

Orioles trade a future draft pick to focus on immediate future — Yahoo! Sports


Tuesday Morning Headlines: Reactions to Nero Verdict; 1,650 Ballots Handled Improperly in Baltimore; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, May 24, 2016 7:00am

Transcript of the verdict hearing for officer Edward M. Nero – Washington Post

Neighborhood Reacts After Nero Found Not Guilty – CBS Baltimore

Baltimore prosecutor criticized after officer acquittal – Tribune Review

Michael Phelps’ excuse for not changing newborn’s diapers: Doula made it ‘scary’ – Baltimore Sun

About 1,650 ballots handled improperly in Baltimore election, state review finds – Baltimore Sun

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