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  • Franklin C. Kennedy, doo-wop singer, dies

    Franklin C. Kennedy, doo-wop singer, dies

    Franklin Charles Kennedy, a retired technician who was also an acclaimed singer with the 1960s group Frankie and the Spindles, died of an infection April 20 at Mercy Medical Center. The Northwest Baltimore resident was 67. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Thomas Kennedy and Mary Ann Kennedy....

  • Harvey E. Marshall Jr., Owings Mills restaurant owner, dies

    Harvey E. Marshall Jr., Owings Mills restaurant owner, dies

    Harvey Edwin "Tiger" Marshall Jr., who owned and ran Captain Harvey's Restaurant in Owings Mills for more than four decades, died of stroke complications Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Reisterstown resident was 77. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Harvey E. Marshall Sr., a...

  • Roughly Speaking podcast: Analysis of the Maryland and Baltimore primary results (episode 90)

    Roughly Speaking podcast: Analysis of the Maryland and Baltimore primary results (episode 90)

    In this podcast: 1:39: Republican analyst Richard Cross and Sun reporter Yvonne Wenger: Analysis of the U.S. Senate and presidential primaries in Maryland and of the Baltimore Democratic mayoral primary. Cross says Trump is now the Republicans' "de facto nominee" and looks ahead to a Trump vs. ...

  • Ravens draft history: Best and worst DB picks

    Ravens draft history: Best and worst DB picks

    Who were the best picks and biggest mistakes of the Ravens' 20 years of drafts? Columnist Mike Preston breaks it down by position. Today he examines defensive backs.

  • Answers for Baltimore's woes come from within

    Answers for Baltimore's woes come from within

    We've been wondering what these days would be like for months — the confluence of a primary election (April 26) and the first anniversary of the riots on the day of Freddie Gray's funeral (April 27). It's a quirk of the calendar, with Baltimore deciding on new leadership one year after the city...

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