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  • Bits & Pieces: Vigorito leaves behind lasting legacy in triathlon community

    The man most responsible for the popularity of the sport of triathlon in Howard County has decided to retire. Robert "Vigo" Vigorito, who founded the Columbia Triathlon Association, will be stepping down as of Dec. 31. It all started for Vigorito in the...
  • Baltimore man, 20, charged with killing 7-week-old son

    Baltimore man, 20, charged with killing 7-week-old son
    A 20-year-old man has been charged in the death of his infant son, police confirmed Wednesday. Police have accused Dion Ware of lying about the circumstances surrounding the death Monday of Kearri Dion Ware, who was born in October. Ware, of the 300...
  • 2-year-old boy killed in Southeast Baltimore; mother at hospital with cut throat

    Most weekends, the woman would walk alongside her 2-year-old son as he rode his big wheel up and down the sidewalk along Broening Highway, on a block where many brick rowhouses are decorated for the holidays and neighborhood kids regularly gather to play,...
  • Who should start at QB for Jets, 49ers?

    Kaepernick, McElroy Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Colin Kaepernick and Greg McElroy should be the starters. It's not as if 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh can keep flipping back and forth between Kaepernick and Alex Smith and expect those psyches to stay...
  • Ravens news, notes and opinions

    Ravens news, notes and opinions
    I think Ted Cottrell, who ruled on Ed Reed’s appeal yesterday, got it right when he overturned the original one-game suspension and instead handed out a $50,000 fine to the Ravens’ safety. I watched all three hits that the NFL cited in...
  • 'SYTYCD' all-star Allison shares behind-the-scenes dish

     
    Late last week, I got a chance to interview Allison Holker, season two standout and one of the all-stars this season on So You Think You Can Dance. She will also be part of the STYCYD tour this year, which......
  • Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads

    Bicycle advocates urge care on the roads
    Geoff Matrangola and his wife, Dede, went out with friends for a Memorial Day bike ride from their home in Clarksville. The group was headed for Montgomery County but never made it there. Shortly after crossing the bridge over Brighton Dam, Matrangola...
  • 'Dancing with the Stars' recap: Week 1 elimination

    'Dancing with the Stars' recap: Week 1 elimination
    We start with a recap of how great Week 1 was and how barely good last night was. And then it's a pro routine, some sort of jive. If you're keeping score at home, Maks is wearing an entirely unbuttoned and untucked shirt, Tony and Val or Tristan are...
  • Laurel man, 65, injured in robbery on Thomas Drive

    Laurel Police are continuing to investigate a robbery that sent a 65-year-old Laurel man to the hospital with injuries. According to Laurel Police, the man was walking from his apartment in the 300 block of Thomas Drive Nov. 18, when he was approached...
  • Ravens' running game suffers after injury to Yanda

    Ravens' running game suffers after injury to Yanda
    As the Ravens lined up for a third-down play that could have sealed a victory over the Cleveland Browns, they did so without Marshal Yanda, their right guard and perhaps their most punishing run blocker. On third-and-3 with 2:32 remaining in the fourth...
  • Marshal Yanda and the brutal, beautiful, violent game of football

    Marshal Yanda and the brutal, beautiful, violent game of football
    We've spent a lot of time this year talking about how the NFL seems to be trying to tone down the brutality in football. For the most part, their efforts seem less sincere and more like public relations, because the rules -- which Roger Goodell appears to...
  • City pays out $70,000 to two adults, boy injured by police

    Baltimore's Board of Estimates on Wednesday approved a $70,000 payout to three people, including a 2-year-old, injured by police during an arrest on charges of trespassing. City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young voted against the payment, because...