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Sun StaffLANDOVER - The Ravens' best offense came with theirs on the sideline last night. Manufacturing points off big plays from their defense and special teams, the Ravens used a smoke-and-mirrors act to rally past the Washington Redskins, 17-10, before a...
Sun StaffUnder orders from the Coast Guard, the Maryland Port Administration is tightening its procedures for allowing access to its Baltimore marine terminals - barring even high state officials from entering without an identity check. The new rule, posted on...
Tags: Transportation, Dundalk, Vehicles, Maryland, Locust Point
Sun StaffANTIGO, Wis. - In an old incubator salvaged from a hospital nursery, a young red-tailed hawk lies flat on its belly, swaddled in a white terrycloth towel and a pink blanket. Except for the rise and fall of its body as it breathes, the bird is utterly...
Sid Abramowitz (T) (1983) Marietta, Ga. Salesman for a distributor of packing and paper supplies. Raul Allegre (K) (1983) Austin, Texas. Sports marketing consultant. Mack Alston (TE) (1977-80) Alexandria, Va. Assistant football coach at Howard...
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON - For a second day, U.S. planes and ships lighted up the skies over Afghanistan after nightfall yesterday, attacking airfields, ground troops and military facilities of the Taliban regime and training camps run by Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida...
Sun StaffFor a second straight weekend, it appeared that the sniper terrorizing the Washington area attacked no one - a welcome, if small, comfort with the killer still on the loose after 12 days. Authorities yesterday offered few new details on their intense...
Sun StaffCOLLEGE PARK -- There wasn't much pomp and there was even less circumstance yesterday as the University of Maryland men's basketball team opened its season, the first being played at the $108 million Comcast Center. The Terrapins, last season's...
Sun StaffLANDOVER - The road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't. One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to...
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Qadry Ismail, Herring, Death, Jamal Lewis
From Wire ReportsThe temperature was a pleasant 72 and the sky over Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., was cloudless -- unless you looked 10 miles southeast, where white smoke from the rubble of the World Trade Center still hung in the air. A car with an American...
Sun StaffMost of America has gone back to work in the aftermath of Tuesday's horrific terrorist attack, but fans, athletes and organizers at all levels of sport still are struggling with the idea of going back to play. Major League Baseball has announced it...
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