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  • Ravens roughly $7.2 million under NFL salary cap

    Ravens roughly $7.2 million under NFL salary cap
    The Super Bowl champion Ravens aren't totally hamstrung by a relatively tight salary-cap situation. But there are some notable constraints on their spending. Under the rule of 51 that governs the offseason accounting for the salary cap, the Ravens are...
  • The heat is on in Harford

    The heat is on in Harford
    Summer started with a bang in Harford County, with heat indexes expected to rise to 105 degrees Wednesday through Thursday. From Bel Air to Havre de Grace, thermometers on businesses and homes climbed into the 105-degree range both days. People...
  • Captain Robert E. Stegman

    Captain Robert E. Stegman
    Captain Robert E. Stegman, a Chesapeake Bay pilot who guided ships from Baltimore to Cape Henry, Va., and through the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal for more than 40 years, died Monday of prostate cancer at his Monkton home. He was 81. The son of a...
  • Commentary: A few suggestions for Havre de Grace July 4th celebration

    I recall a couple of weeks ago, I ventured away from the hardline of sports to write a about something near and dear to me. This week, I feel I have to do it again after another July 4th celebration has passed in Havre de Grace. For the past many years,...
  • U Street revival heats up in D.C.

    Try to peg the character of U Street, the revitalized and once-again trendy corridor in Northwest D.C., and you may have to check your watch. That's because this urban renaissance district has two distinct personalities, as different as night and day....
  • Dev-Lin illegal gambling house flourished in 1930s just outside Chicago

    Dev-Lin illegal gambling house flourished in 1930s just outside Chicago
    "This vice is hard to remedy. It grows out of the restlessness and excitement of man, and prevails most where such restlessness and excitement are strongest. Every one understands its horrid effects; none better than the victims to it. Yet, when it...
  • Scott to lawmakers on past two years: “It’s working”

     
    Gov. Rick Scott went before the Florida Legislature and offered a huge dose of sellf-congratulation as well as praise for lawmakers. “Two years ago, we met together facing crippling debt, record-high unemployment and a downward spiral of job losses,...
  • MSC Divina to sail year-round from Miami starting in November

    The 1,751-cabin MSC Divina will begin sailing year round from PortMiami in November, operator MSC Cruises announced Tuesday. The move marks the cruise ship’s first departure from a North American port after launching last May, and MSC Cruises&...
  • Goodspeed's Good News! cast announced

    The Goodspeed Opera House knows who’s in its season-opening revival of the 1927 hijinks-in-college musical Good News!, which plays at the theater April 12 through June 22. This is the Goodspeed’s 50th anniversary season. There’s...
  • Aaron Kromer

    Aaron Kromer
    Opening Statement: “Today, wide receiver Adrian Arrington with his right knee and tackle Marcel Jones with his left knee, did not practice. Marques Colston with his foot and cornerback Jabari Greer with his groin were limited. David Hawthorne with...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers questions about the future of the White Sox, umpire Joe West, Ozzie Guillen's future, and why the Sox didn't claim Brian Fuentes on waivers. Ken Williams has a "win now" attitude and traded away some good pitchers like...
  • Scott names two more transition teams

     
    Gov.-elect Rick Scott has named two more transition teams — one for Economic Development, the other for Regulatory Reform — that are loaded with business execs and even a couple of failed candidates. The 49-member(!) economic development group...