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Ravens training camp passes all claimed within hours, team announces

Ravens training camp passes all claimed within hours, team announces

Passes to attend Ravens training camp this summer have been claimed for the 15 sessions open to the public, the team announced Tuesday. The practices at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings Mills will mark the return of fans after construction and parking renovations limited access last...

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  • Access to addiction treatment restricted for middle class

    Access to addiction treatment restricted for middle class

    Addiction does not discriminate – it wreaks havoc on individuals and families regardless of race, age, gender or socioeconomic status. But there’s a huge gap in access to treatment for a very large portion of the population: the middle-class. The two primary socio-economic groups in this country...

  • Maryland Catholic Conference needs to a take a position on clean energy

    Maryland Catholic Conference needs to a take a position on clean energy

    Monday marked three years since Pope Francis released his path-breaking ecological encyclical “Laudato Si’ — On Care for Our Common Home.” It was a clarion call to Catholics like me, but really to all peoples and faiths, to take decisive action on creating a future based on clean, renewable energy....

  • Mental illness: a different kind of #MeToo

    Mental illness: a different kind of #MeToo

    The deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain are sparking a different kind of #MeToo movement in which others are coming forward and confessing their private pain across CNN, Twitter, Facebook and other media outlets. And that’s a good thing. It helps others know that they are not alone. I’ve...

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  • SECU names new president and CEO

    SECU names new president and CEO

    SECU’s board of directors has selected Dave Sweiderk to succeed Rod Staatz as president and CEO of Maryland’s largest credit union, it announced Tuesday. Staatz, SECU’s top executive since 2003, plans to retire this year. Sweiderk will become CEO officially on Sept. 4. Staatz will stay with SECU...

  • This startup can make avocados last twice as long before going bad

    This startup can make avocados last twice as long before going bad

    The new avocados rolling out to Costco stores in the Midwest this week don't look like the future of fresh produce. But they're quietly testing technology that could more than double the shelf life of vegetables and fruits. That technology, developed by California startup Apeel Sciences, consists...

  • When it comes to tipping for service, millennials are cheapest

    When it comes to tipping for service, millennials are cheapest

    U.S. millennials are quick to whip out their wallets for pricey avocado toast and craft beer. But when it comes to rewarding the waiters and bartenders who serve them, those wallets often stay closed. Ten percent of millennials don't tip at all when dining out compared with only three percent among...

  • Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts removes sign asking patrons to report employees shouting in foreign languages

    Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts removes sign asking patrons to report employees shouting in foreign languages

    A sign at a Dunkin’ Donuts store in Baltimore offering coupons to customers who reported employees shouting in foreign languages has been removed, the company said Monday. In a statement, Dunkin’ Donuts said the general manager of the West 41st Street store posted the sign “based on her own personal...

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