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Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson will speak at a prominent conservative political rally next month, alongside the likes of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and former vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan, the American Conservative Union said...
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. How many games can Maryland football realistically win the rest of the way? Jeff Barker: The answer:...
The Baltimore SunCurrent TV, the prime-time home of Keith Olbermann, Wednesday announced a strong election-year move with Jennifer Granholm joining the channel in January to host a show weeknights at 9 following Olbermann's. Granholm, the former governor of Michigan,...
International Olympic Committee president Jacques Rogge said swimming star Michael Phelps failed in his duty as a role model but deserves a second chance after being photographed with a marijuana pipe. Rogge said Phelps' apology and promise not to do it...
Sun reporterThe Ravens' record-setting defense sat in a downtown hotel Saturday night and seethed as New York Jets coach Al Groh delivered a mocking taunt on videotape. In so many calculated words from a news conference on Wednesday, Groh sarcastically suggested the...
Sun StaffPALM BEACH, Fla. -- Anne Arundel County businessman Stephen Bisciotti bought himself an early birthday present yesterday. Bisciotti, who turns 40 on April 10, was given unanimous approval to buy 49 percent of the Ravens -- with an option to buy the other...
Winston-Salem Journal, N.C.Doug Illing, whose name is synonymous with the rise of Davie County football, has resigned as the War Eagles' head coach and has accepted the head-coaching position at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Illing, 49, was hired in 1998 after nine...
The Times LeaderNOTHING IS so welcome as a sunny, warm spring day and the Fine Arts Fiesta. A relentless, cool spring lingered into early May and even stared down the most frugal heat misers among us. So Thursday and the opening of the Fine Arts Fiesta on Public Square...
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The Citizens' Voice, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.This year marks the 58th Fine Arts Fiesta, but it's also the first year without co-founder Al Groh. His legacy will be remembered during this year's celebration, "Rockin' The Arts On The Square." It starts today and runs through Sunday with four days of...
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New Haven Register, Conn.Residents recently approved an ambulance purchase for the West Shore Fire Department. If they hadn't, a commissioner would have been out $13,850. In an unconventional move, fire commission Chairman Al Posey purchased the $13,850 used ambulance at an...
Belleville News-DemocratIt may be only 100 days or so into U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis' first term as a congressman, but there is already at least one name being floated to challenge him in 2014: Madison County Chief Judge Ann Callis. Callis is seriously pondering a run in the 13th...
At last check, ACC assistant football coaches are not subject to term limits, but as teams went through spring practice last month and this, the turnover among staff was striking. Barring additional changes, 40.5 percent of full-time ACC assistants,...
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