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Pregnant Maryland teen banned from high school graduation

Pregnant Maryland teen banned from high school graduation

A Maryland high school senior has been barred from participating in her school's graduation ceremony because she is pregnant. News reports say 18-year-old Maddi Runkles was barred from the June 2 ceremony at the Heritage Academy in Hagerstown because she violated the school's code of conduct by...

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  • 'The Keepers' victims: a daughter's view

    'The Keepers' victims: a daughter's view

    We moved from Baltimore to a small suburb in Pennsylvania when I was 7 years old. I remember the day my mom enrolled me in public school. I was upset. I wanted to go to Catholic school like my friends and cousins back in Maryland. Today, I understand. My mother is one of the women featured in the...

  • Md. gubernatorial race could foretell 2020

    Md. gubernatorial race could foretell 2020

    Maryland rarely is the main dish in national politics. Yet our gubernatorial race is set to answer some of the most persistent and important political questions generated by the 2016 presidential election. This midterm election cycle, the country would be wise to pull up a chair and dig in. Consider...

  • Don't trash Maryland

    Don't trash Maryland

    When you discard trash from your vehicle on one of Maryland's highways, do you ever wonder where it goes? One cigarette butt flicked out of the window, a fast food bag, a small plastic wrapper. Take a moment and think about where it goes. It has to go somewhere. Now I ask you to think about the...

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  • Poverni Sheik Group moves forward with plans to redevelop North Howard Street property

    Poverni Sheik Group moves forward with plans to redevelop North Howard Street property

    Poverni Sheik Group has been selected by the Baltimore Development Corp. to move forward with plans to redevelop five blighted properties on North Howard Street. The Baltimore-based developer has proposed redeveloping the connected properties in the 400 block of North Howard Street into five street-level...

  • Kevin Plank inducted into Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame

    Kevin Plank inducted into Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame

    Under Armour CEO and founder Kevin Plank has been inducted into the Sporting Goods Industry Hall of Fame. Plank was inducted Tuesday by the National Sporting Goods Association during the group's annual management conference in Scottsdale. He was one of two members of the hall's Class of 2017, joined...

  • Baltimore Sun building is sold to local firm

    Baltimore Sun building is sold to local firm

    The Calvert Street property leased by The Baltimore Sun and a neighboring parking garage have been sold to the Baltimore-based real estate investment and management firm Atapco Properties. The deal has been in the works for months, as the Chicago-based Tribune Media, which owned the buildings, sought...

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  • The Chasseur adding third-floor rooftop bar

    The Chasseur adding third-floor rooftop bar

    The Chasseur is constructing a third-floor addition that will provide patrons with water views and a rooftop breeze. The Canton restaurant began construction on a third-floor bar this spring, and it’s expected to open by late July or early August. The addition, which will be used year-round, will...

  • Baltimore Restaurant Week returns in July

    Baltimore Restaurant Week returns in July

    At least 58 restaurants will set their tables for diners looking to get a taste of the city during this summer’s Baltimore Restaurant Week. The promotion returns July 28-Aug.6, when restaurants across Baltimore (and a few in surrounding counties) will roll out prix-fixe menus for brunch, lunch...

  • Panera Bread closing Inner Harbor restaurant

    Panera Bread closing Inner Harbor restaurant

    Panera Bread will close its Inner Harbor location at the end of June after 10 years in business. The restaurant, at the corner of Pratt Street and Marketplace, is closing June 30, a spokesman for David S. Brown Enterprises confirmed. The Owings Mills-based developer owns the Lockwood Place building...

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