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  • Police investigate Black Friday mall fight in Annapolis

    Police investigate Black Friday mall fight in Annapolis
    Anne Arundel County police detectives are investigating a Black Friday fight at an Annapolis lingerie store that was captured on a video that was posted online. A 17-year-old girl told police that she was at the Victoria's Secret store at the...
  • Inner Arbor plan puts at risk future of Symphony Woods [Letter]

    There are several serious and potentially dangerous parts of what CA and the new Inner Arbor [IA] corporation plan to do in Symphony Woods. One is that they jettisoned the already approved plans for Symphony Woods Park in favor of a much more costly and...
  • Man poured gas on self before deadly Ocean City church fire

    Man poured gas on self before deadly Ocean City church fire
    Ocean City fire investigators believe that the man who entered a church on fire, igniting a blaze that killed its pastor, had poured gasoline on himself as part of a suicide plot. The fire marshal's office said Tuesday that John Raymond Sterner covered...
  • Pentagon cuts civilian furlough days

    Pentagon cuts civilian furlough days
    The Pentagon on Tuesday cut the number of furlough days for 650,000 Defense Department civilians from 11 to six — a welcome surprise for workers who have been saddled with a 20 percent pay cut since early July. But defense officials and some...
  • Veterans get help translating military skills to civilian jobs

    Veterans get help translating military skills to civilian jobs
    Teresa Hicks' career in the Navy stretches back 24 years, with assignments on land and sea, and deployments around the world as both an enlisted sailor and an officer. Fresh out of the military, Hicks now is navigating a sea of a different sort: the...
  • Port operations resume as workers temporarily end strike

    Port operations resume as workers temporarily end strike
    The three-day strike that paralyzed the port of Baltimore is over — for now. Striking longshoremen agreed late Friday to resume working on the docks during a 90-day "cooling-off period" while negotiations continue on a new local contract. Work...
  • Orioles prospects and minor leaguers playing in offseason leagues

    Orioles prospects and minor leaguers playing in offseason leagues
    Several of the Orioles' top prospects — including Jonathan Schoop, Eduardo Rodriguez and Henry Urrutia — will be playing this offseason in the Arizona Fall League, which begins play  Tuesday. The Orioles prospects will play for the...
  • Ambience aplenty for Chesapeake production of 'Dracula'

    Ambience aplenty for Chesapeake production of 'Dracula'
    At the start of Bram Stoker's 1897 novel "Dracula," a London lawyer named Harker visits Transylvania to facilitate a real estate deal for a mysterious count who desires new digs in England. Not anything freshly built, or even modestly rehabbed, mind...
  • GAO questions disparities in nuclear plant oversight

    GAO questions disparities in nuclear plant oversight
    A new government report raises questions about the consistency of federal nuclear power plant oversight, noting regional disparities in the frequency with which plants - including Maryland's Calvert Cliffs - have been cited for safety problems or...
  • Ravens offense is relying on a little patience

    Ravens offense is relying on a little patience
    During the Ravens' victorious Super Bowl run last season, their offense emerged as a formidable weapon capable of rapidly piling up points and yards. It's a different story altogether this season as an offense in transition has degenerated into a...
  • Olan R. Shively, mechanical engineer

    Olan R. Shively, a retired mechanical engineer who collected vintage Plymouth automobiles, died Sept. 19 of liver cancer at Bonnie Blink, the Maryland Masonic Home in Hunt Valley. The former longtime Millersville resident was 88. The son of a...
  • Orioles' offensive struggles continue in 3-1 loss to Tampa Bay Rays

    Orioles' offensive struggles continue in 3-1 loss to Tampa Bay Rays
    When Orioles manager Buck Showalter approached the media after Sunday’s 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field, the first question he was asked started with a statement about the obvious focus being placed on the club’s lackluster...