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After errors in primary election, civic groups recruiting citizen poll watchers After errors in primary election, civic groups recruiting citizen poll watchers

Some 1,650 ballots were mishandled in Baltimore's primary election, and watchdog groups are calling for volunteer poll watchers to ensure the mistakes are not repeated.

Baltimore sees the first public police discipline hearing – then the next seven are canceled Baltimore sees the first public police discipline hearing – then the next seven are canceled

After a Baltimore police officer was found guilty of misconduct during internal disciplinary hearings that were opened to the public Monday, the next seven officers on the docket decided to accept punishment in last-minute settlements.

TOP NEWS

A bittersweet farewell to Frank M. Reid at Bethel AME A bittersweet farewell to Frank M. Reid at Bethel AME

When the Rev. Frank M. Reid III first climbed behind the pulpit of Bethel AME Church in October 1988, he had a message for members of the historic church: "God is still in charge."

Baltimore prepares to welcome students back to school Baltimore prepares to welcome students back to school

With 72 hours left before 84,000 Baltimore students poured into the city's schools for the start of the new school year today, all Keith Scroggins could think about was weeds creeping through cracks in sidewalks.

With party aboard, Spirit of Baltimore cruise ship crashes into Fells Point pier With party aboard, Spirit of Baltimore cruise ship crashes into Fells Point pier

A Spirit of Baltimore cruise ship sheared off about 60 feet of a pier in Fells Point as it was returning to its berth Sunday, the Coast Guard said.

Second suspect arrested in West Baltimore robbery, sexual assault Second suspect arrested in West Baltimore robbery, sexual assault

An 18-year-old man was arrested and charged in connection with the robbery and sexual assault of two women in west Baltimore earlier this month.

Baltimore County Council to vote on rezoning decisions Baltimore County Council to vote on rezoning decisions

The Baltimore County Council will make a series of zoning decisions this week that will guide development in the county for years to come.

Man dies 5 days after West Baltimore shooting Man dies 5 days after West Baltimore shooting

A 28-year-old man shot last week in West Baltimore has died, police said.

Two people taken to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning while boating near Havre de Grace Sunday afternoon Two people taken to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning while boating near Havre de Grace Sunday afternoon

One of two patients being taken to shock trauma Sunday after being overcome by carbon monoxide was in an ambulance that caught fire on I-95 on the way to the hospital.

Maryland trooper pulls man from burning car after it hit his cruiser Maryland trooper pulls man from burning car after it hit his cruiser

MONTGOMERY, Md. (AP) — Authorities say a driver slammed into a Maryland State Police cruiser while a trooper was conducting a traffic stop.

New Windsor fire company opens doors to children facing serious illness New Windsor fire company opens doors to children facing serious illness

Children were running around the New Windsor fire house Saturday morning, going up the fire truck ladder and using a hose to put out cardboard fires.

Annapolis Ten Mile Run winners earned it Annapolis Ten Mile Run winners earned it

With three miles remaining in the 41st running of the Annapolis Ten Mile Run, Washington, D.C.'s Jeff Stein and Catonsville's Andrew Madison looked poised for a photo finish, running stride for stride through the streets and bridges of Annapolis.

SPORTS

Orioles recap: Pearce, Gausman lead Birds to 5-0 win vs. Yankees, avoid sweep Orioles recap: Pearce, Gausman lead Birds to 5-0 win vs. Yankees, avoid sweep

After a pair of brutal losses upon their arrival this weekend in New York, the Orioles made it look easy in getting back on track and avoiding a series sweep with Sunday’s 5-0 win over the Yankees.

Orioles sign Tommy Hunter, add Oliver Drake to bullpen in slew of roster moves Orioles sign Tommy Hunter, add Oliver Drake to bullpen in slew of roster moves

The Orioles’ ever-changing pitching staff now includes a few new but familiar faces.

Baltimore Sun photographer catches bats scoring in end zone during Ravens-Lions Baltimore Sun photographer catches bats scoring in end zone during Ravens-Lions

There's not much to be said about this story except 1) this newspaper's photographers have an incredible eye for animal life and 2) their photo captions say it all.

Former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds diplomatic on Kaepernick's anthem stand Former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds diplomatic on Kaepernick's anthem stand

Keenan Reynolds, the former Navy quarterback, was diplomatic when asked about San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem before a preseason game Friday night.

HEALTH

Stay indoors: Baltimore to spray some areas for mosquitoes Sunday night Stay indoors: Baltimore to spray some areas for mosquitoes Sunday night

Baltimore City is advising residents that some areas will undergo mosquito spraying Sunday night.

ARTS & LIFE

Pit Boys owner opens at new location, puts legal battle behind her Pit Boys owner opens at new location, puts legal battle behind her

About two weeks after the barbecue restaurant Pit Boys reopened, owner Marla George is able to breathe a sigh of relief.

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