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President-elect Donald Trump heads back out on road for 'thank you' tour

President-elect Donald Trump is taking his show back on the road. Trump is slated to hold the second stop of this "thank you" tour Tuesday in North Carolina, less than a week after his bombastic return to rallies at an Ohio appearance that felt more like a raucous campaign stop than a traditional...

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  • Transamerica plans layoffs, including 35 in Baltimore

    Transamerica plans layoffs, including 35 in Baltimore

    The Baltimore-based Transamerica insurance company plans to close offices and lay off about 800 people, including 35 in Baltimore. Transamerica announced that it will close offices in Los Angeles and Folsom, Calif., and in West Chester, Ohio, over the course of 2017, also eliminating positions...

  • Maryland casino revenue up 2.5 percent in November

    Maryland casino revenue up 2.5 percent in November

    Maryland's five casinos brought in nearly $92 million in state revenue in November, its 12th straight month of year-over-year gains, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Monday. Statewide casino revenue increased 2.5 percent — more than $2.2 million — from November 2015, buoyed...

  • Baltimore ski pole maker expands role supplying U.S. Freestyle Ski Team

    Baltimore ski pole maker expands role supplying U.S. Freestyle Ski Team

    Baltimore-based Zipline Ski will supply goggles and poles for the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team in a contract that extends through 2020 and includes the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang in South Korea. The company had been supplying poles since 2014 designed by Zipline's founder, former U.S....

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  • Welcome to R. House: A first look at Remington's much-anticipated food hall

    Welcome to R. House: A first look at Remington's much-anticipated food hall

    From cortado-style coffee to Old Bay barbecue-flavored ice cream, guests could come to R. House when the doors open at 7 a.m. and find reasons to stay all day. More than a year in the making, the Remington food hall is ready to welcome patrons from Baltimore and beyond to sample food and drink...

  • Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne earn Grammy nomination

    Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne earn Grammy nomination

    Rising country stars and Anne Arundel County natives Brothers Osborne received a Grammy nomination Tuesday morning in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category. T.J. and John Osborne were nominated for their song "21." The other duos nominated for the category were: Dierks Bentley featuring...

  • Premiere: Watch the trailer for FKA twigs' documentary 'Baltimore Dance Project'

    Premiere: Watch the trailer for FKA twigs' documentary 'Baltimore Dance Project'

    On a hot afternoon in July, hundreds of aspiring Baltimore dancers accepted the invitation of the English R&B singer FKA twigs to come to her free dance workshop at Lithuanian Hall. For five hours, the singer — along with collaborators Ramon Baynes, Kash Powell and Dominic Lawrence — taught choreography...

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  • How Joe Flacco buys a Christmas tree

    How Joe Flacco buys a Christmas tree

    When you're a Super Bowl champion, millionaire NFL quarterback, you can pick out a pretty awesome Christmas tree — elite, even. So where did Joe Flacco go to get the evergreen to adorn his home? A Baltimore County fire house. The Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Company on Saturday posted on its Facebook...

  • Lexington Market through the years

    Lexington Market through the years

    Baltimore's Lexington Market dates to 1782, making it one of the oldest continually running markets in the country. On Dec. 2, 2016, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the board running the market announced plans to raze and rebuild Lexington Market. Take a look at photos of the market through...

  • Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Wedded: Aaron Tomarchio and Tom Koerber had an instant connection

    Date: Oct. 8 Aaron's story: Aaron Tomarchio, 42, was born in Baltimore and raised in Catonsville. He is the vice president of corporate affairs for Tradepoint Atlantic. His parents, Sebastiano and Linda Tomarchio, live in Havre de Grace. Tom's story: Tom Koerber, 35, was born in Baltimore and raised...

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  • Donald Trump and Marilyn Mosby: What today in Baltimore means for tomorrow in America

    Donald Trump and Marilyn Mosby: What today in Baltimore means for tomorrow in America

    As a proud lifelong Democrat, I hesitate to compare anyone from my political party to Donald Trump. But the disastrous experiment of Marilyn Mosby as Baltimore's top prosecutor contains a critical lesson about the consequences of putting into power someone profoundly unprepared for it — a lesson,...

  • U.S. must prioritize financial inclusion

    U.S. must prioritize financial inclusion

    An issue that received short shrift during the 2016 election was the urgent need to give all Americans access to the banking system — the system that we all pitched in to rescue after the economic bust of 2008. Twenty-seven percent of U.S. households, or about one in four, do not have access to...

  • Deer dumping is a crime, even in cemeteries

    Deer dumping is a crime, even in cemeteries

    When you live in a sleepy community like Riverchase in Halethorpe, Md., the last thing you expect to see when you pull into your parking space is the carcass of a deer. Not a deer accidentally hit by a car on the parking lot, but a shot and field-dressed young doe. Furthermore, you do not expect...

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  • A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    A flawed, inconsistent police response to sexual assault in Maryland

    Catherine Becket hadn't forgotten that evening three years ago in her Parkville apartment, though she tried. Then, as she watched with outrage while Stanford University student Brock Turner served three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman, she resolved to confront her own...

  • Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reverses course on police report

    Towson University reversed a recent decision to redact a student's identity from a campus police report after learning that student privacy rights don't extend to college police. University police officials cited federal law last month in redacting from a police report the name of a student charged...

  • Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    Auditors: State wrongly charged disabled residents millions in fees

    For years, the state agency that oversees people with disabilities erroneously charged monthly fees to largely poor people who live in residential facilities. And they might never get any of the millions of dollars back. State auditors reported this week that more than 2,500 people might have been...

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