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  • Under Armour signs European soccer player Granit Xhaka

    Under Armour signs European soccer player Granit Xhaka

    Continuing its push into global soccer, Under Armour said it has signed Swiss national football star Granit Xhaka to an endorsement deal. Xhaka, 23, is a midfielder for  Borussia Mönchengladbach, a club in the German Bundesliga. He played in the 2014 World Cup for Switzerland. Media reports, such...

  • Critics say Timonium off-track betting plan left gate too soon

    Critics say Timonium off-track betting plan left gate too soon

    The new flat-screen televisions have been mounted on the walls above the just-installed hardwood floor, and the betting machines are switched on. But it's not post time just yet at the refurbished off-track betting room at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium — and it won't be anytime soon,...

  • Grace boosts earnings but still disappoints

    Grace boosts earnings but still disappoints

    In the final quarter before its break-up, W.R. Grace & Co. boosted earnings by nearly a third to $20.9 million, but the results missed analyst expectations and its shares fell. The Columbia-based chemical maker announced Thursday that it made 29 cents per share in the three months ended Dec. 31,...

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  • Baltimore-area bakeries whip up unique Valentine's Day sweets

    Baltimore-area bakeries whip up unique Valentine's Day sweets

    It's one of the busiest times for Baltimore's bakeries and chocolate shops, rolling out the red icing, heart-shaped sprinkles and buttercream roses for the most romantic of Hallmark holidays. And some of them are having fun with it, offering products like doughnuts topped with snarky sayings, over-the-top...

  • On its 100th birthday, a look back at the birth of the BSO

    On its 100th birthday, a look back at the birth of the BSO

    It all started with a sort of "Kumbaya" moment. A municipal band founded by the city of Baltimore in 1914 played outdoor concerts in the summer months at the base of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon. In June 1915, Frederick Huber, manager of the summer school program at Peabody, approached...

  • Towson's Melting Pot engenders fun, fondness for fondue

    Towson's Melting Pot engenders fun, fondness for fondue

    Prepare to overeat. There’s no way around it at The Melting Pot, especially if you order the four-course “experience,” which you should. From the cheese fondue to the chocolate hot pot, you’ll be busy dipping, cooking and swirling for hours. It’s a lot of fun. It’s interactive. And, again, there’s...

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  • Mayor's race on the issues: Public safety

    Mayor's race on the issues: Public safety

    With Baltimore's homicide rate at an all-time high in 2015, fighting crime has rightly taken a central place in the race to replace Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. Three of the major candidates — former mayor Sheila Dixon, Councilman Nick Mosby and attorney Elizabeth Embry — have already released...

  • Sniffing out your perfect mate

    Sniffing out your perfect mate

    Looking for a mate is a lot like looking for a mutt. In fact, the similarities are startling. First, you need to decide what you are seeking — your needs, your wants and where you are willing to settle. What breed do you want? Maybe you must have a Maltese. Maybe he just has to be Jewish. Deciding...

  • Maryland's ideal federal budget

    Maryland's ideal federal budget

    As members of the Maryland congressional delegation consider President Barack Obama's just-released proposed budget for FY2017, wouldn't it be great if they could hear what the citizens of Maryland think about the federal budget? A unique, new survey from Voice Of the People has made this possible....

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  • O'Malley campaign secures public cash before dropping out

    O'Malley campaign secures public cash before dropping out

    When Martin O'Malley decided in November to rely on public financing for his struggling presidential campaign, he was tossing a Hail Mary with a federal program that watchdog groups say is in need of a major overhaul. The former Maryland governor was also ensuring he could pay off his debts when...

  • Washington suburbs dominated record Powerball drawing sales

    Washington suburbs dominated record Powerball drawing sales

    A beer and wine store in Montgomery County sold the most tickets of any of Maryland's 4,481 lottery retailers during the Powerball roll that ended with a record jackpot, according to state records. Retailers in the Washington suburbs dominated state sales as players sought a share of a jackpot...

  • Senator's second bite at veto apple called legal

    Senator's second bite at veto apple called legal

    When the House of Delegates voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a bill to speed restoration of felons' voting rights last month, Del. Craig Zucker of Montgomery County cast one of the 85 votes needed. When the same bill comes up in the state Senate this week, Zucker — sworn in as a senator...

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