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  • Street's goal lifts River Hill to 1-0 win over Huntingtown in 3A girls title game

    Street's goal lifts River Hill to 1-0 win over Huntingtown in 3A girls title game
    River Hill All-Metro senior forward Sheridan Street is graduating in December and heading to Syracuse early on a soccer scholarship. She was adamant about adding one more high school accomplishment to her lengthy list before she leaves. In Thursday...
  • State offers grants to train residents for Red, Purple Line work

    State offers grants to train residents for Red, Purple Line work
    Officials in Maryland want disadvantaged local residents to fill thousands of construction jobs as two major transit projects come online in Baltimore and the Washington suburbs in coming years, and are handing out grant money to get them trained. On...
  • Girls soccer outlook: Anne Arundel County

    Girls soccer outlook: Anne Arundel County
    Defending Anne Arundel County champion: No. 3 South River The Baltimore area's best rivalry this season is in Anne Arundel County, where defending Class 4A state champion South River will once again try to fend off No. 5 Arundel. Both teams are...
  • Curley alum Sauers lifts Maryland soccer team into ACC final

    Curley alum Sauers lifts Maryland soccer team into ACC final
    Michael Sauers (Archbishop Curley) scored with just 13 seconds left in the first overtime period to lift the top-seeded and fourth-ranked Maryland men's soccer team (12-3-5) to a 1-0 victory over Clemson (11-6-2) in the Atlantic Coast Conference soccer...
  • Tauber off to fast start in college cross country

    Elizabeth Tauber, of Bel Air, opened the new cross-country season at a quick pace, winning the Baltimore Metro Invitational Meet in Towson Aug. 31. The Towson University junior and John Carroll grad won the race on a 5K course at Goucher College. She...
  • Police asking public to help identify suspect in Subway robbery

    Police asking public to help identify suspect in Subway robbery
    Baltimore police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man suspected of robbing a Subway in the 4600 block of West Northern Parkway around 8 a.m. on Nov. 10. The man in surveillance photos is black with a beard and moustache, wearing a black...
  • Transportation leaders say future depends on continued investment

    Transportation leaders say future depends on continued investment
    Leaders of Maryland's transportation industry said Monday that the state's future depends on continued infrastructure investment, beyond the $4.4 billion already scheduled for highway and mass transit systems in the next six years. Such investment...
  • Woman, 70, robbed in Edgewood trailer park

    An elderly woman was knocked to the ground and robbed last week in Harford Mobile Home Village in Edgewood. The robbery was reported at 11:55 p.m. Aug. 28. The woman, 70, told Harford County sheriff's deputies she was thrown to the ground and her...
  • Concert planned to benefit victim of Roland Park shooting

    Concert planned to benefit victim of Roland Park shooting
    Local bands Aligning Minds, Blonde Armadillo, Shodekeh Talifero and The Last Year will combine forces for a concert to benefit Zeb Drinkwater, who was wounded during a robbery attempt in Roland Park on Aug. 14. The "Grateful Zeb" show is set for 6:30 p....
  • 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...
  • Among best in U.S., McDonogh girls soccer team ready for 'huge target'

    Among best in U.S., McDonogh girls soccer team ready for 'huge target'
    One day in early August, McDonogh girls soccer coach Harry Canellakis received several emails that had two common messages. The first was congratulations on the news that his Eagles had been chosen as the No. 1 ranked team in Student Sports’...
  • Man robbed while selling shoes from car trunk in Russett

    Man robbed while selling shoes from car trunk in Russett
    Police said a man was robbed while making a pre-arranged sale of shoes from the trunk of his vehicle early Friday in Russett. Police said the strong arm robbery occurred around 6:25 a.m. at Faraway Hills and Scenic Meadow Drive, off Russett Green East....