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Baltimore police officer charged with assault pleads not guilty; released until trial in October

A Baltimore police officer accused of punching a man in an incident caught on video was released by a judge until his trial in October. During a hearing Wednesday in Baltimore, Arthur Williams pleaded not guilty to charges of first- and second-degree assault and misconduct in office. A grand jury...

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  • A fan takes a road trip to Ohio to attend Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame ceremony

    A fan takes a road trip to Ohio to attend Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame ceremony

    As the 2019 football season kicks into high gear, we are closing the chapter on Ray Lewis’ great run to the Hall of Fame and looking forward to the next superstar rising up in the Raven’s organization. After attending Ray Lewis’ enshrinement ceremony two weekends ago in Canton, Ohio, I am already...

  • Where are the Bobby Kennedys of today?

    Where are the Bobby Kennedys of today?

    There has been much commentary this year in reference to the 50th anniversary of the remarkable confluence of tumultuous events that occurred during 1968. Even an abbreviated timeline portrays a head-spinning litany of turmoil. The January Tet Offensive in Vietnam. President Lyndon Johnson's shocking...

  • Sun ignores the Libertarian candidates

    Sun ignores the Libertarian candidates

    In your Thursday, Aug. 9 issue you had at least two political pieces that had significant omissions. The two in question are "Ben Jealous lays out his path to victory" on page 2 and the editorial "Year of the woman?" on page 12. Disregarding that the headline for the first seems to assume that...

  • Robert B. Reich: How Trump's war on regulation is trickle-down economics

    Robert B. Reich: How Trump's war on regulation is trickle-down economics

    When Donald Trump isn't blaming foreigners for everything that ails America, he's blaming regulations. Last week he even blamed regulations for the wildfires now ravaging California. They're "made so much worse," he tweeted, "by the bad environmental laws which aren't allowing massive amounts of...

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  • Maryland Tech Council CEO steps down

    Maryland Tech Council CEO steps down

    The CEO of the Maryland Tech Council, who has led the organization since its creation in 2017, is stepping down. Tami Howie will be taking a job as a partner at DLA Piper, where she worked previously, the organization announced. The decision to leave the biotechnology trade group was Howie’s, a...

  • Leave your emotional support peacock at home: Southwest is rolling out new service animal policies

    Leave your emotional support peacock at home: Southwest is rolling out new service animal policies

    As Southwest Airlines updates its policies for service animals allowed aboard its flights, travelers on the airline will have to leave their emotional support peacocks, hamsters and pigs behind. Southwest, one of the major airlines serving Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport,...

  • Threat of soybean tariffs raises fears among Maryland farmers, and questions about 'America first'

    Threat of soybean tariffs raises fears among Maryland farmers, and questions about 'America first'

    It’s planting time for Eastern Shore farmer Jason Scott, and as he buries seeds in a dozen dusty rows at a time, prices for his soybean crops are strong. The excitement of this day, he says, is rivaled only by the harvest, when he learns just how much he has grown, and what it’s going to be worth....

  • Brink's buys Hunt Valley-based Dunbar Armored

    Brink's buys Hunt Valley-based Dunbar Armored

    Brink’s Co. has completed it acquisition of Hunt Valley-based Dunbar Armored Inc. for $520 million in cash, boosting the reach of the global leader in cash management and secure transportation logistics — also known as armored cars. Brink’s purchase of its smaller rival ends Dunbar’s 95-year run....

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