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  • Arundel's Neuman to unveil review of county services, host Twitter chat

    Arundel's Neuman to unveil review of county services, host Twitter chat
    Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman on Tuesday will unveil recommendations from a commission she created last after she was appointed to the job. The Commission on Excellence was tasked with reviewing county government operations and issuing...
  • Ravens trio will continue to be teammates in Sunday's Pro Bowl

    Ravens trio will continue to be teammates in Sunday's Pro Bowl
    Before day two of the first annual NFL Pro Bowl Draft began tonight, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker took to his Twitter account to campaign for one of the game’s captains, Deion Sanders, to take him with his first selection. Tucker had to wait a...
  • Howard police turn to Twitter after mall shooting [Editorial]

    Howard police turn to Twitter after mall shooting [Editorial]
    Perhaps overlooked in the chaos of last week's shooting at The Mall in Columbia was the way the Howard County Police Department used social media to communicate with citizens. From the start, it released details through Twitter, stringing together 140-...
  • Schuh, Neuman trade Twitter barbs over stormwater fee

    Schuh, Neuman trade Twitter barbs over stormwater fee
    Anne Arundel County executive hopeful Del. Steve Schuh made an appeal to the County Council on Monday to cut the property tax to offset new stormwater fees, then traded barbs over Twitter with County Executive Laura Neuman over his proposal. Speaking at...
  • Columbia mall shooting story offers revealing look at local, cable TV news

    Columbia mall shooting story offers revealing look at local, cable TV news
    All the TV stations in Baltimore say they’re the ones to turn to for breaking news. Coverage of a shooting Saturday morning at the Mall in Columbia that left three dead put those promises to the test in a major way. Not everyone passed. The...
  • McDonogh lineman Jared Cohen commits to North Carolina

    McDonogh lineman Jared Cohen commits to North Carolina
    McDonogh offensive lineman Jared Cohen on Tuesday announced plans to play football at North Carolina next season, apparently concluding a recruitment that took a turn late last year when the four-star prospect decommitted from Maryland. Cohen posted a...
  • Spoiler alert: 'House of Cards' upends rules of viewer etiquette

    Spoiler alert: 'House of Cards' upends rules of viewer etiquette
    Since screening the Season 2 premiere of “House of Cards” almost two weeks ago, I have been dying to talk about a showstopper of a moment in it. But even though Netflix made all 13 episodes of the second season available to the public Friday,...
  • Transportation officials warn motorists, pedestrians of heavy downtown traffic

    Transportation officials warn motorists, pedestrians of heavy downtown traffic
    In anticipation of heavy traffic downtown due to the NFL season-opening concert and Orioles game, state transportation officials on Thursday issued advisories well before the festivities began. Country music singer Keith Urban was slated to perform the...
  • Arthur Jones, out with viral infection, thankful for 'amazing news'

    Arthur Jones, out with viral infection, thankful for 'amazing news'
    Ravens starting defensive lineman Arthur Jones is a happy man, writing a series of positive updates on social media Friday night after being sidelined for the past few weeks with an illness. Jones has been dealing with a viral infection near his heart...
  • Twitter is killing political journalism

    Twitter is killing political journalism
    Some 45 years and 12 presidential elections ago, a young campaign insider named Joe McGinnis wrote a tell-all book called "The Selling of the President 1968." It peeled away the most conniving calculations that helped put Richard Nixon in the Oval Office,...
  • In Baltimore, Batts finds allies for youth curfew

    Earlier this year, Baltimore Police made rare use of its Twitter account to float a policy proposal: "We are thinking about moving the juvenile curfew time to 10 pm," the message read. "What do you think?" Within days, Police Commissioner Anthony...
  • Gansler previews campaign on social media

    Gansler previews campaign on social media
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler is giving voters a preview of next week's campaign kickoff by releasing a video portraying him as the candidate of ideas – and lacrosse — in the 2014 gubernatorial race. In a video posted to...