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  • Tana Hicken, actress and teacher

    Tana Hicken, actress and teacher
    Tana Hicken, a Baltimore actress and teacher who deftly portrayed a wide variety of characters on stage during a professional career that spanned more than four decades, died Aug. 17 at her home in Sparks of myositis, an autoimmune disorder. She was 70....
  • Laurel hires media coordinator for public TV station

    Laurel hires media coordinator for public TV station
    Laurel city government has hired Joyce Jackson, a former TV journalist with WUSA 9 in Washington, to be the full-time media coordinator for the newly formed department of communications. The new position was created to help the department relaunch the...
  • MASN TV rights dispute won't affect Orioles' All-Star Game bid, Bud Selig says

    MASN TV rights dispute won't affect Orioles' All-Star Game bid, Bud Selig says
    Baseball commissioner Bud Selig contends that the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network television rights dispute between the Orioles and the Washington Nationals can be resolved before he leaves office in January and that both Baltimore and Washington, D.C., are...
  • Once again, Orioles challenging baseball's establishment

    Once again, Orioles challenging baseball's establishment
    The Orioles' dispute with Major League Baseball over television rights fees casts the franchise in a familiar role as a challenger to the baseball establishment. About a decade ago, the Orioles opposed the proposed relocation of the Montreal Expos to...
  • 7 things to know about the MASN dispute that could end up in court

    7 things to know about the MASN dispute that could end up in court
    The Orioles and Washington Nationals are embroiled in a dispute — which might need to be resolved in court or by independent arbitration — over the economics of their shared regional television network. The outcome could affect how much...
  • N.Y. court blocks MLB decision in Orioles-Nationals TV rights fee case

    N.Y. court blocks MLB decision in Orioles-Nationals TV rights fee case
    The Baltimore Orioles took an early lead in the court battle against the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball over television rights fees from the teams' shared regional sports network. A New York court temporarily blocked a recent Major League...
  • Nationals sought tripling of TV rights fees from MASN

    Nationals sought tripling of TV rights fees from MASN
    The Washington Nationals sought television rights fees nearly three times what the team receives now from the Baltimore Orioles-controlled Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, according to documents unsealed by a New York court last week. The documents were made...
  • Stage set for new director to lead The Arc Carroll County program for adults with autism

    Stage set for new director to lead The Arc Carroll County program for adults with autism
    Just a year after earning her master's degree, Britt Burr is creating a groundbreaking program at The Arc Carroll County for adults with autism. The Westminster High School graduate said she is thrilled to be working her "dream job" and looks forward to...
  • George W. Hilton, college professor

    George W. Hilton, college professor
    George W. Hilton, a retired college professor, author and transportation economist whose works on railroads and shipping included the seminal history of Maryland's Ma & Pa Railroad, died Aug. 4 of heart failure at Lorien Health Park in Columbia. He was...
  • Annapolis Shakespeare ends Playhouse residency with swirling 'Tempest'

    Annapolis Shakespeare ends Playhouse residency with swirling 'Tempest'
    After three successful seasons, the Annapolis Shakespeare Company is completing its final production as a resident theater company at Bowie Playhouse with a fine production of Shakespeare's "The Tempest," continuing weekends through Aug. 17. Annapolis...
  • MASN says reserves would dip to 'virtually zero' if league decision stands

    MASN says reserves would dip to 'virtually zero' if league decision stands
    A lawyer for the Orioles-controlled Mid-Atlantic Sports Network told a judge the network's cash reserves would be nearly eliminated and its operating margin dangerously thin if a June 30 decision by a league committee is allowed to stand, according to...
  • Laurel 'powers on' rebooted TV station

    Laurel 'powers on' rebooted TV station
    The city of Laurel publicly rebooted its public access cable network, now called Laurel TV, at a launch party and event held Wednesday inside the Laurel Municipal Center. The event was held as a way to spread the word to the public about recent...