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Raid spurs fear of driver's licenses among immigrants

Raid drives fear of driver's licenses among immigrants 

Leading advocacy group warns that agents can access data.

Royal Farms quietly grows from dairy business

Royal Farms quietly grew over decades into one of Baltimore's most ubiquitous businesses, but last week the convenience store chain took a bigger stage.

Ravens take back nearly 8,000 Ray Rice jerseys, acknowledge team is in 'new territory'

Ravens senior vice president of public and community relations Kevin Byrne on Saturday reiterated that an ESPN "Outside the Lines" report on the team’s...

Environmental groups clean up sites across Baltimore

Environmental groups clean up sites across Baltimore 

Several environmental groups cleaned up parts of Baltimore Saturday to drum up support for a city bill that would add a surcharge for using disposable plastic bags.

Without Apple's help, local iPhone case maker strives for a perfect fit

Without Apple's help, local iPhone case maker strives for a perfect fit 

Hunt Valley company works to see through shroud of Apple secrecy.

HdG, Aberdeen, Fallston, Bel Air still perfect in football

HdG, Aberdeen, Fallston, Bel Air still perfect in football

Week three of the high school football season is in the books for all but one Harford County team after a number of games played Friday.

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Hogan takes down ad with Pinocchio image

Hogan takes down ad with Pinocchio image 

The campaign of Republican gubernatorial nominee Larry Hogan has taken down an advertisement that compared Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown to Pinocchio because it included a copyrighted image from the Walt Disney Co. without permission.

Looking Out: CDC launches campaign encouraging HIV treatment

Looking Out: CDC launches campaign encouraging HIV treatment

CDC wants people to understand that HIV-positive people who receive treatment live longer and healthier lives compared to those who don't receive treatment.

With shortfall fixed, Maryland National Guard re-starts drills

With shortfall fixed, Maryland National Guard re-starts drills

Army National Guard units in Maryland and across the country will begin holding drills again now that Congress has resolved an unexpected budget shortfall, a spokesman for the Maryland National Guard said Thursday.

Running for redistricting reform: 225-mile gerrymander meander [Maryland Reporter]

Running for redistricting reform: 225-mile gerrymander meander [Maryland Reporter]

Over the rivers and through the woods, two dozen runners and bikers will start a 3-day super marathon Friday morning to traverse the 225-...

Baltimore County police investigating Lochearn homicide

Baltimore County police are investigating a homicide in which a young male was found dead with...

Man on trial for 2013 murder will undergo another evaluation

A man being tried for the fatal stabbing of his ex-girlfriend in 2013 will undergo another...

Rawlings-Blake, 'Today' show to host health fair Saturday

Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will host a fair to encourage healthy habits Saturday...

More BGE work to shut two lanes of Light Street downtown

The latest in a series of traffic-jamming construction projects on Light Street in the heart of...

Environmental groups cleaning up sites across Baltimore

Several environmental groups will be cleaning up parts of Baltimore Saturday to drum up support...

Designer seeking trademark for 'hOn' design 

Looks like one of Baltimore's favorite words is being run through the U.S. patent office yet again.

Man shot and killed outside Southeast Baltimore restaurant

A man was shot and killed early Saturday morning outside a Southeast Baltimore seafood restaurant,...

Anne Arundel Co. Police hold drug collection Sept. 27

Anne Arundel County residents can drop off their prescription and over-the-counter drugs on...

Off-duty Baltimore City officer shoots man he says attacked him

An off-duty Baltimore City police officer shot a man in the arm after he says he was attacked by him...

Natural product companies look to give back

Those who peddle so-called natural products frequently say they are looking to produce healthier and...

Ravens pushed for leniency on Rice despite knowing about both videos, report says 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell broke his extended silence Friday about his handling of recent...

First E85 ethanol gas station opens in Baltimore

The first gas station in Baltimore to offer a type of ethanol gas called E85 opened recently on...

Bryan Voltaggio pleads guilty to drunk driving charge

Chef Bryan Voltaggio pleaded guilty to a drunk-driving charge in Baltimore district court Friday,...

Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel considered recovered 

Federal officials are expected to announce today that the squirrel has bounced back from the brink...

Pedestrian struck and killed in Baltimore City

A 78-year-old woman died at Johns Hopkins Hospital Friday evening after being struck by a car in the...

Sparrows Point owner, government reach cleanup agreement 

State and federal environmental officials announced that they've reached cleanup agreements with the...

Hillary Clinton to host fundraiser for Brown

Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to host a fundraiser for  Maryland's Lt. Gov. Anthony G....

A push for paid family leave 

Shellyann Smith took 12 weeks off for the births of each of her two children — and got paid...

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John G. Schisler, longtime C&P spokesman

John G. Schisler, the longtime spokesman and director of public relations for the old Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., died Sept....

Anastasios 'Tom' Kokkinakos, restaurant owner [Obituary]

Anastasios 'Tom' Kokkinakos, restaurant owner [Obituary]

Anastasios "Tom" Kokkinakos, a Greek immigrant who later became part owner of a Govans pizza establishment and a restaurant consultant, died...

Richard E. Kleinfelder, construction manager

Richard E. Kleinfelder, a retired construction manager who had also worked in equipment sales, died Sept. 13 at Stella Maris Hospice of...

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Dan Rodricks

Dan Rodricks

Where were Chris Davis and Ray Rice for teachable moments?  - September 13, 2014 - After reading Chris Davis' apologetic statement on his suspension from the Orioles for taking a drug he wasn't allowed to take under the...

Jacques Kelly

Jacques Kelly

Baltimore's Algonquin apartments return to earlier splendor  - August 8, 2014 - As I walked into the building generations of Baltimoreans knew as 11 East Chase, my memories of this venerable structure flashed back. The...