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  • Ravens' Courtney Upshaw's weight is down, is no longer facing fines

    Ravens' Courtney Upshaw's weight is down, is no longer facing fines
    Playing over his prescribed weight of 270 pounds was getting expensive for Ravens rookie outside Courtney Upshaw, drawing fines from the team of nearly $20,000 this season. So, the second-round draft pick from Alabama did something about it.  Upshaw has...
  • Eddie Murray linked to insider trading probe

    Eddie Murray linked to insider trading probe
    Eddie Murray, the former Orioles Hall of Famer, has been linked to an investigation by federal authorities in a wide-ranging insider trading case that already has ensnared teammate Doug DeCinces, according to a Reuters report. Investigators have been...
  • City errs with speed camera mistakes

    In Baltimore, speed camera citation errors have been treated differently. In one case, 3,145 citations were declared void because the wrong address block of Wabash Avenue appeared on the citation. According to news reports, the city refunded to the owners...
  • Driveway paver ordered to pay nearly $500,000 in fines, restitution

    An unlicensed driveway paver working in the Annapolis area was ordered to pay nearly $500,000 in fines and restitution after the Maryland Attorney General's office found that he "preyed" on customers, charging them far more than he said he would. The...
  • County launches rat eradication effort in Towson area

    County launches rat eradication effort in Towson area
    If you feed them, they will come. Then rat eradication sweeps become necessary, says Baltimore County Chief of Code Inspection and Enforcement Lionel Van Dommelen of the sweeps in the Towson area that began Monday, August 20. The sweeps are part of a...
  • Fined $20,000 by NFL, Harbaugh says Ravens will list all injuries going forward

    Fined $20,000 by NFL, Harbaugh says Ravens will list all injuries going forward
    Now that the Ravens have been fined $20,000 by the NFL for not listing free safety Ed Reed on the injury report, coach John Harbaugh says the team will list every injury going forward to comply with the stated interpretation of the rulebook. "We...
  • Getting Haloti Ngata healthy is No. 1 priority for Ravens

    Getting Haloti Ngata healthy is No. 1 priority for Ravens
    The most important thing for the Ravens as they prepare for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday is to get Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata healthy. Without Ngata, the second half of the Ravens' 2012 season could go south in a hurry. The Ravens are...
  • John Harbaugh: 'The injury report has no value'

    John Harbaugh: 'The injury report has no value'
    A week after the Ravens were fined $20,000 by the NFL for not listing Ed Reed on the injury report, their head coach John Harbaugh said that the team will cite every “hangnail” going forward, and questioned the validity of the weekly report....
  • Edgewood man held on arson charges from October house fire

    Edgewood man held on arson charges from October house fire
    A 69-year-old Edgewood man, who told investigators he was trying to rid his home of "evil spirits," has been charged with arson in connection with a fire at the dwelling last month. William E. Lowry was served with warrants at the Harford County...
  • NFL spokesman weighs in on John Harbaugh's injury report comments

    NFL spokesman weighs in on John Harbaugh's injury report comments
    The NFL appears to have moved on to other matters after Ravens coach John Harbaugh criticized the injury reporting procedures last week. In the wake of the Ravens being fined $20,000 by the league for failing to list free safety Ed Reed with a torn...
  • Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs

    Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs
    The signs shout advertisements from the sidewalks: $1 crabs, day care open until midnight, cherry wood furniture and fresh starts after bankruptcy. They cover telephone poles and sprout up in medians, sometimes getting swept away by wind. And they really...
  • Ellicott City woman pleads guilty to misusing title company funds

    An Ellicott City woman pleaded guilty to wire fraud Wednesday for misusing more than $1.5 million in mortgage closing funds, federal prosecutors announced. Harriet M. Taylor, 56, faces a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine for...