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  • Ex-Baltimore heavyweight Larry Middleton dead at 71

    Ex-Baltimore heavyweight Larry Middleton dead at 71
    Former Baltimore heavyweight contender Larry Middleton died Thursday at age 71. Middleton won 23 bouts, including 14 by knockout, lost 10 and drew 10 in a career that started in 1965 and ended in 1978. Fighting out of Baltimore-based trainer Mack...
  • Naval Academy drops sex assault charges against football player

    Naval Academy drops sex assault charges against football player
    The superintendent of the Naval Academy has dropped all criminal charges against a second football player accused of sexually assaulting a female midshipman at a party in Annapolis, officials said Friday. Military lawyers advised Vice Adm. Michael H....
  • Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes

    Fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads and pipes
    Wildly fluctuating temperatures are taking a toll on Baltimore's roads — and travelers. As the Baltimore region thaws out with a balmy weekend, roads, pipes and other infrastructure weakened by this week's below-freezing temperatures are...
  • Notre Dame Prep girls basketball holds off St. Paul's

    Notre Dame Prep girls basketball holds off St. Paul's
    If Notre Dame Prep's girls basketball team goes on to win an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference championship, it might look back at Friday night's game as a turning point. It was at least a confidence-builder. The Blazers...
  • Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'

    Pushing for a 'brighter, better Belair Road'
    When Baltimore restaurateur Casey Jenkins opens the Birdland Sports Bar & Grill on Belair Road this month, it will be one of a few sit-down restaurants along the commercial strip. But he, and many others, hope it won't be the last. City, county and...
  • Arundel school chief apologizes for opening schools amid storm

    Arundel school chief apologizes for opening schools amid storm
    The interim superintendent of Anne Arundel County schools apologized Saturday after coming under fire for the decision to open schools on time Friday, when freezing rain made roads dangerous. Anne Arundel was the only school system in central Maryland...
  • Terps forward Mullins wins second MAC Hermann Trophy

    Terps forward Mullins wins second MAC Hermann Trophy
    Patrick Mullins, who helped spark Maryland's run to the NCAA tournament final in December, captured his second straight MAC Hermann Trophy on Friday night. Mullins became the first Terp and seventh player overall to claim back-to-back Hermann honors,...
  • Economists' forecasts for Maryland vary — from better growth to worse

    Economists' forecasts for Maryland vary — from better growth to worse
    Maryland employers could pick up the pace of job creation to 40,000 positions this year, according to some forecasts, but one local economist expects a slowdown instead. Moody's Analytics and Towson University's Regional Economic Studies Institute...
  • Maryland schools mull closing decisions amid extreme cold

    Maryland schools mull closing decisions amid extreme cold
    Without snowfall or ice on the roads, decisions by several Maryland school systems to cancel schools during a recent cold snap perplexed many. The polar vortex brought frigid arctic air into most of the country, and many schools in Baltimore and the...
  • Jos. Bank headquarters town hopes for best in takeover battle

    Jos. Bank headquarters town hopes for best in takeover battle
    Consumers know Jos. A. Bank Clothiers for deals such as buy-one-get-two men's suits, but to residents of Hampstead, it's the good corporate citizen that spared the town as Black & Decker withered. Now the northern Carroll County town faces the prospect...
  • Arnold's Allan Terhune eyes big year after breakthrough 2013 in competitive sailing

    Arnold's Allan Terhune eyes big year after breakthrough 2013 in competitive sailing
    For Allan Terhune, an Arnold resident and employee of the North Sails One Design sail-making company in Annapolis, a successful season of competitive sailing in 2013 is exciting, but it means he and his crew only have more work to do in 2014. Terhune,...
  • Benimon's 20 points lead Towson to 60-53 win over UNC Wilmington in first CAA game

    Benimon's 20 points lead Towson to 60-53 win over UNC Wilmington in first CAA game
    Even on a day when his team can muster little else on offense, Towson coach Pat Skerry knows he can always count on forward Jerrelle Benimon. "Jerrelle's usually a pretty good guy to get the ball to," Skerry said. "Good things tend to happen."...