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Tuesday Afternoon Headlines: Hogan Joins Group Of Governors Urging Bipartisan Health Care Solution; Ravens’ John Urschel Teaches Summer Class; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jul 18, 2017 5:30pm

Hogan Joins Group Of Governors Urging Bipartisan Health Care Solution – WBAL

Comcast to launch ‘internet of things’ network in Baltimore, 11 other cities – Baltimore Business Journal

Suspect In Custody After Reported Threat At Perry Hall High School – CBS Baltimore

Lawmakers’ Crime Plan Invests In Youth, Calls For New State Laws – WBAL

Baltimore Raven, Math Wiz John Urschel Teaches STEM Summer Class – CBS Baltimore

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Friday Afternoon Headines: 2 All-Girl Teams From Md. To Compete In Electric Vehicle Grand Prix; Accidental Shooting Temporarily Closes Ocean City Beach; and More

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 09, 2017 6:30pm

2 All-Girl Teams From Md. To Compete In Electric Vehicle Grand Prix At RFK Stadium – CBS Baltimore

Father and son open The BBQ restaurant along Greenmount – Baltimore Business Journal

Accidental Shooting Temporarily Closes Ocean City Beach – CBS Baltimore

Zine scene: Baltimore’s DIY publications capture culture, community and expression – Baltimore Sun

Zoo Mourns Hog, 17, Euthanized Amid Declining Health – WBAL

After 80 Ducklings Die There, Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool To Be Drained – CBS Baltimore

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Friday Morning Headlines: Man in Elkridge identifies son as suspect in bomb threat; U.S., Baltimore plan $4 million Fulton Avenue bridge improvements; After Baltimore teen’s shooting, a renewed desire to ban replica guns in Maryland; and more

0 Written by: | Friday, Apr 29, 2016 6:30am

Man in Elkridge Identifies Son as Suspect in Bomb Threat at Baltimore’s FOX45– Fox Baltimore

‘Large amount’ of Cocaine Found During Traffic Stop– Fox Baltimore

Under Armour Expects to Occupy Locust Point Headquarters for Another Decade– Baltimore Business Journal

U.S., Baltimore Plan $4 million Fulton Avenue Bridge Improvements– Baltimore Sun

After Baltimore Teen’s Shooting, a Renewed Desire to Ban Replica Guns in Maryland– Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Police Commissioner Defends Actions of Officer Who Shot 14-Year-Old Boy– Baltimore Sun

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Thursday morning headlines: Baltimore Hospital Evacuated After Fire; Primary Voter Turnout At Least 34-Year High; Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Spirit rye whiskey to be released; and more

0 Written by: | Thursday, Apr 28, 2016 6:30am

Baltimore Hospital Evacuated after Fire in Laundry Room– CBS Baltimore

Primary Voter Turnout at 46 Percent So Far, at Least 34-Year High– WBAL

State Trooper Indicted for Assault on Arrestee– WBAL

Caves Valley, Scott Plank Part Ways on Cross Street Market Redevelopment– Baltimore Business Journal

Kevin Plank’s Sagamore Spirit Rye Whiskey to be Released May 13– Baltimore Business Journal

Pugh Reveals Early Plans for Mayor’s Office– Baltimore Sun

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Friday afternoon headlines: Here’s What Will Replace Farmstead Shack at Canton Crossing; Cost of Small Business Health Plans to Decrease by 1.8 Percent; Labor Day Weekend Travelers See Lowest Gas Prices Since 2004; and more

0 Written by: | Friday, Sep 04, 2015 5:29pm

Here’s What Will Replace Farmstead Shack at Canton Crossing– Baltimore Business Journal

Cost of Small Business Health Plans to Decrease by 1.8 Percent– Baltimore Business Journal

Homeless Man Fatally Stabbed– WBAL

House of Cards Films at Private Annapolis Mansion– Baltimore Sun

Charges Dropped for Mom’s Boyfriend in Roadside Baby Case– CBS Baltimore

Labor Day Weekend Travelers See Lowest Gas Prices Since 2004– CBS Baltimo

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Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Canton Start-Up Acquired by AOL; Ravens to Debut Gigantic $18 Burger; Three Drunk Women Get on School Bus Full of Kids; and more

0 Written by: | Thursday, Sep 03, 2015 4:30pm

Millennial Media to Be Acquired by AOL for $238 Million– Baltimore Business Journal

Police Seeking Suspect For Multiple Towson Burglaries– CBS Baltimore

M&T Bank Stadium to Debut Gigantic $18 Burger– Baltimore Sun

Three Drunk Women Get on School Bus Full of Kids– ABC 2 News

Wild Assateague Island Horse Kicks Lifeguard– CBS Baltimore

This Fells Point Bar Owner Wants to Be Your Next Mayor– Baltimore Business Journal

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Thursday afternoon headlines: Passenger Growth At Reagan National To Overtake BWI; U.S. Sailboat Show To Open In Annapolis; MARC riders group calls for special service for Orioles World Series run; and more

0 Written by: | Thursday, Oct 09, 2014 4:31pm

Passenger Growth At Reagan National To Overtake Dulles, BWI Airports– CBS Baltimore

What’s cooking? Just ask the owner of The Perfect Gourmet– Baltimore Sun

U.S. Sailboat Show To Open In Annapolis– CBS Baltimore

Ray Lewis is endorsing a product that sends ‘thousands of … pulses’ through your heels– Baltimore Business Journal

Former Baltimore City Officer Sentenced 1 Year For Puppy’s Choking Death– CBS Baltimore

MARC riders group calls on O’Malley, MTA to plan special service for Orioles World Series run– Baltimore Sun

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Tuesday afternoon headlines: Officials Release Plan To Reduce Police Misconduct; Oriole Park chef to face other MLB chefs on Food Network show; Baltimore ranks among safest cities for pedestrians; and more

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Oct 07, 2014 4:45pm

Action Plan Released to Reduce Brutality, Misconduct in Baltimore Police Department– CBS Baltimore

How to See Wednesday’s Lunar Eclipse– Baltimore Sun

Oriole Park Chef to Face Other MLB Chefs on Food Network Show– Baltimore Business Journal

Masonic Temple May Become Baltimore County Historic Landmark– Baltimore Sun

Baltimore Ranks among Safest Cities for Pedestrians– Baltimore Business Journal

Port of Baltimore Opens New $22M Berth for Auto Shipping– Baltimore Business Journal

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Monday afternoon headlines: Chesapeake Cleanup Would Bring $22B To Region; Md. Parents Charged After Kids, Ages 4 & 5, Arrived To School Smelling Of Pot; Man dies after canoe capsizes in Essex; and more

0 Written by: | Monday, Oct 06, 2014 4:45pm

Chesapeake Cleanup Would Bring $22B to Region– CBS Baltimore

Finds Continue at Laurel’s Dinosaur Park– Baltimore Sun

Md. Parents Charged after Kids, Ages 4 & 5, Arrived to School Smelling of Pot– CBS Baltimore

These Maryland Brewers Won Awards at the Great American Beer Festival– Baltimore Business Journal

Man Dies after Canoe Capsizes in Essex– Baltimore Sun

Maryland Senator Demands End to Racial Profililng– WBAL

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Friday afternoon headlines: Councilman asks feds to probe Baltimore police; Washington, D.C. hospital admits patient with possible Ebola symptoms; Orioles Magic Spiking Sales For Area Businesses; and more

0 Written by: | Friday, Oct 03, 2014 4:45pm

Councilman asks feds to probe Baltimore police– SFGate

Woman assaulted and robbed by a police impersonator– ABC 2 News

Washington, D.C. hospital admits patient with possible Ebola symptoms– Baltimore Sun

15-Year-Old Brutally Beaten At Six Flags Remains In A Coma– CBS Baltimore

Orioles Magic Spiking Sales For Area Businesses– CBS Baltimore

New to horse racing, Cockeysville owner comes flying out of the gate– Baltimore Sun

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