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  • Bay Bancorp reports $450,000 profit in second quarter

    Bay Bancorp reports $450,000 profit in second quarter

    Bay Bancorp reported a profit of $450,000 in the second quarter of 2016, down 18 percent from a $550,000 profit in the April-to-June quarter last year. The Columbia-based parent company of Bay Bank attributed the dip to a decline in year-over-year earnings on loans and merger costs associated with...

  • Under Armour executive leaves for Starbucks

    Under Armour executive leaves for Starbucks

    When one of America’s hottest brands needs to poach talent it goes to one of America’s other hottest brands. Leanne Fremar, until earlier this month a top marketing executive at Under Armour, is going to Starbucks. Fremar was senior vice president/executive creative director of concepts for the...

  • Walters Art Museum launches diversity initiative for endowment portfolio

    Walters Art Museum launches diversity initiative for endowment portfolio

    The Walters Art Museum has hired four minority- or women-owned firms to manage a portion of its $116 million endowment portfolio through a new diversity initiative. The four firms are: Brown Capital Management in Baltimore, Channing Capital in Chicago, Elizabeth Park Capital Management in Cleveland,...

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  • 'Sesame Street' says goodbye to Bob, Luis and Gordon as cast members are let go

    'Sesame Street' says goodbye to Bob, Luis and Gordon as cast members are let go

    There will soon be three fewer familiar faces in the “Sesame Street” neighborhood.  During a panel at Florida Supercon on July 2, 84-year-old original “Sesame Street” cast member Bob McGrath, said that he, along with longtime costars Emilio Delgado (Luis) and Roscoe Orman (Gordon) had been let...

  • Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

    Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

    Many have attempted; few have conquered. When it comes to tackling the Baltimore area’s mightiest meals, the odds aren’t in diners’ favor. A number of restaurants in the area challenge customers to chow down on mountainous dishes, including 4-pound burritos, 36-inch pizzas and 6-pound sandwich...

  • Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

    Actor Richard Kind and Martin O'Malley play in Stephen Colbert skit

    The Democratic National Convention saw many supporters of former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders refusing to accept that Hillary Clinton was named the nominee. And there was one fan “still fighting the good fight” for Martin O’Malley. Actor Richard Kind took to the DNC for “The Last O’Malley...

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  • Ravens camp Day 2: Flacco to Moore is play of the day

    Ravens camp Day 2: Flacco to Moore is play of the day

    Joe Flacco was sharp throughout his second practice with very few balls hitting the ground and none getting intercepted. His best throw came when he hit rookie fourth-round wide receiver Chris Moore in stride for a 65-yard touchdown.

  • Former Terp James Gist feels at home playing in Greece

    Former Terp James Gist feels at home playing in Greece

    Ever since he was drafted in 2008 in the second round by the San Antonio Spurs and subsequently cut twice, James Gist has hoped to find his way to the NBA. The older he gets, the less likely it seems. Now, at age 29 and having seen his professional career in Europe threatened by two failed drug...

  • It appears Jake Long won't be a Raven after all

    It appears Jake Long won't be a Raven after all

    It appears that offensive tackle Jake Long won't be joining the Ravens after all. The Ravens have been unable to find compromise with Long after the player's physical turned up some concerns about his twice surgically repaired right knee. Long tore his ACL in both the 2013 and 2014 seasons. The...

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  • Clinton's bet

    Clinton's bet

    One hundred and two days from now, Americans will go to the polls to choose between two candidates who would have been inconceivable for almost all of the nation's history, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. The reason Ms. Clinton would have been inconceivable is a simple one:...

  • Baltimore's gun violence paradox

    Baltimore's gun violence paradox

    Baltimore City Police Commission Kevin Davis recently noted an unsettling fact. His department's arrests for gun crimes and officers' seizures of illegal weapons have increased significantly over this time a year ago, but the expected reduction in homicides and nonfatal shootings hasn't materialized....

  • The heat is on in Philly

    The heat is on in Philly

    Whether inside or outside the Wells Fargo Center, it's been a hot week in Philadelphia. Temperatures have reached the mid-90s or above each day, and that's without putting a thermometer to those jeering supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention. But for all the focus...

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