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Schmuck: NFL's new policy doesn't satisfy either side in national anthem controversy

The NFL owners needed to find a way to extricate themselves from the lingering national athem controversy and they handled it the only way they could. They cut it down the middle. We’ll see if it satisfies either side in a debate that cut deeply into public confidence in the league and – in particular...

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Wandering buskers and topless sunbathers take Ocean City to court

Wandering buskers and topless sunbathers take Ocean City to court

From inhaling buckets of Thrasher’s fries and Fisher’s popcorn to drinking at the naughtily named bars, letting loose nutritionally and otherwise is part of going to Ocean City every summer. But even Maryland’s favorite resort town has to draw the line somwhere. And it’s apparently this side of...

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  • Climate change lessons — town by town

    Climate change lessons — town by town

    Last week, a congressman from Alabama who serves on the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology suggested in a public hearing that sea level rise may be caused by erosion — a possibility experts rate somewhere between absurd and laughable (on par with a grain of sand causing your bathtub...

  • Israel will survive the Middle East

    Israel will survive the Middle East

    Last week Israel turned 70. In historical terms, that is such a young age for a country. Yet look at what it’s accomplished: The only democracy in the Middle East, Israel has transformed itself from a strong agricultural producer into a technological powerhouse. And for its birthday, it was awarded...

  • Taking the 'Revolution' back to England

    Taking the 'Revolution' back to England

    It was some time after the mother of the bride entered the church, after the sermon and after the choir, that the significance of this weekend’s royal wedding hit me. More than 400 years after the first English settlers set foot in North America and some 242 years after we declared our independence...

  • Baltimore mayor knows she can't fix city alone, she needs our help

    Baltimore mayor knows she can't fix city alone, she needs our help

    The benefit of long experience — not to mention accumulated years — is the ability to put things in context, to have perspective. Like others of my generation, I began my career at a time when phones were only attached to walls, “texting” was not yet a word, and mail was delivered by a Postal Service...

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  • Aldi hiring for new Timonium grocery store

    Aldi hiring for new Timonium grocery store

    Discount grocer Aldi is holding a job fair Monday to hire workers for ia new store it plans to open in Timonium. The fast-growing retailer is seeking store associates, manager trainees and shift managers for the store. The event will be held Monday — Memorial Day — for 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Aldi...

  • High gas prices notwithstanding, Marylanders expected to travel in droves for Memorial Day weekend

    High gas prices notwithstanding, Marylanders expected to travel in droves for Memorial Day weekend

    Despite gas prices averaging 61 cents higher than last Memorial Day, nearly 890,000 Marylanders are expected to travel for the holiday weekend, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic. The projection represents a 4.7 percent increase from last year and the most since the auto club began tracking holiday...

  • War Horse Cities to open new Swim Club pool and nightspot on Canton waterfront

    War Horse Cities to open new Swim Club pool and nightspot on Canton waterfront

    War Horse Cities said Tuesday that it will open a new swimming pool-based entertainment venue on the Canton waterfront that will serve as a private club during the day and a nightlife destination at night. Swim Club will open Memorial Day on the site formerly known as the Baltimore Marine Center...

  • LifeBridge data breach exposes personal information of 500,000 patients

    LifeBridge data breach exposes personal information of 500,000 patients

    LifeBridge Health has notified 500,000 patients that their personal information may have been exposed in a cyber attack recently discovered by the health system. Indication of an attack was first detected in March and an investigation by a national forsenic firm hired by the hospital determined...

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