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  • Dawnta Harris is a child. That matters.

    Dawnta Harris is a child. That matters.

    In the hours that have passed since Baltimore County police officer Amy Caprio was killed, details have emerged about her death that have horrified and shocked our community. Dawnta Harris is charged with first-degree murder. If convicted, he faces a mandatory life sentence. We still do not know...

  • Mids to Trump: 'La la la, I can't hear you'

    Mids to Trump: 'La la la, I can't hear you'

    At most any other time in history, it would be perfectly fitting to have the president of the United States address the U.S. Naval Academy’s graduating class. After all, he or she (I can dream) is also the commander in chief and in charge of the armed forces. The president ultimately decides where...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Spies in the Trump campaign

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Spies in the Trump campaign

    President Donald Trump says a lot of outrageous stuff, like, for example, implying that NFL players who refuse to stand for the national anthem should be kicked out of the country. But the latest rabbit hole he’s dived down is far more serious. The president has spent much of the last week egging...

  • Red Line: Democrats are getting left at the station

    Red Line: Democrats are getting left at the station

    Nothing unites the crowded field of Democrats running to displace Republican Larry Hogan as Maryland’s next governor like decrying the incumbent’s decision to kill the Baltimore region’s planned Red Line, the 14-mile, $2.9 billion east-west light rail line in 2015. They hate that Governor Hogan...

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  • New Medicare cards, designed to be more secure, on their way to Maryland residents

    New Medicare cards, designed to be more secure, on their way to Maryland residents

    Medicare recipients in Maryland should be receiving new Medicare cards designed to increase security and help prevent fraud, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services said. The new cards no longer contain social security numbers. Instead, they include randomly assigned Medicare numbers. The...

  • 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...

  • CareFirst elevates chief operating officer to head the company

    CareFirst elevates chief operating officer to head the company

    CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has chosen an internal candidate as its next CEO. Brian D. Pieninck, the insurer’s chief operating officer since April 2017, will take the helm when Chet Burrell retires June 30 after more than a decade as CEO. The state’s largest insurer announced the appointment...

  • 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...

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  • Morgan Freeman apologizes in wake of harassment accusations

    Morgan Freeman apologizes in wake of harassment accusations

    Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman apologized on Thursday to anyone who may have felt "uncomfortable or disrespected" by his behavior, after CNN reported that multiple women have accused the A-list actor of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior on movie sets and in other professional settings....

  • Donna Hamilton exit interview: The morning after her last night on air at WBAL

    Donna Hamilton exit interview: The morning after her last night on air at WBAL

    After 23 years, WBAL anchorwoman Donna Hamilton’s last night on the air was Wednesday. She talked to The Sun today about her feelings as she moves into retirement. What was Wednesday like for you? Lord, lord, lord, that was quite a day, wasn’t it? What was one of the most pleasant surprises of...

  • Bethesda's Duck Duck Goose to open in Fells Point in June

    Bethesda's Duck Duck Goose to open in Fells Point in June

    Peek into the former 8 Ball Bar & Grill in Fells Point lately, and chances are you’ll see Ashish Alfred with a tool belt on, working to put the final touches on his new restaurant. “I’m there with the build-out every single day,” Alfred said. “My day consists of being in that space, and doing whatever...

  • Deborah Weiner and newcomer Ashley Hinson will replace Donna Hamilton at WBAL anchor desk

    Deborah Weiner and newcomer Ashley Hinson will replace Donna Hamilton at WBAL anchor desk

    WBAL-TV today named veteran in-house anchor-reporter Deborah Weiner and newcomer Ashley Hinson as replacements for Donna Hamilton, whose last newscast was Wednesday night after 23 years at the station. Weiner will join Stan Stovall as co-anchor of the 6 and 11 p.m. weeknight newscasts, while Hinson,...

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