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  • Orioles notes: Orioles embrace idea of instant replay

    Orioles notes: Orioles embrace idea of instant replay
    While many Orioles haven't had the chance to look through the outline of the proposed instant replay installation released by Major League Baseball on Thursday, some still feel the much-talked-about subject will ultimately be a positive for the game....
  • Harford Community College gearing up for women's, men's soccer seasons

    Harford Community College has been gearing up for the fall sports season. Here's a peek at the women's and men's soccer teams. The college has also named a new softball coach. Women's soccer A seven-win, four-tie campaign might not qualify as...
  • Baltimore replacing entire speed camera system

    Baltimore replacing entire speed camera system
    Baltimore officials said Monday they are scrapping all 83 of the city's automated speed cameras and "methodically" replacing them with newer models, after a Baltimore Sun investigation found errors with the system. The overhaul, estimated to cost...
  • Representatives talk economic optimism at Catonsville chamber

    Representatives talk economic optimism at Catonsville chamber
    Local legislators offered hope tempered with an acknowledgment of the economy's continuing lethargy as they spoke during the annual legislative luncheon hosted by the Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Nov. 14. "Our economy is going to...
  • Hands-free dangers

    Hands-free dangers
    Amid much fanfare several years ago, Gov. Martin O'Malley signed into law a ban on the use of handheld cell phones while driving. The controversial law took more than a decade to pass the General Assembly, but it was hailed as a "giant step" toward...
  • Tolls, taxes and fees

    Tolls, taxes and fees
    Maryland appears to be getting through the first week of July with no signs of Armageddon. Motorists are commuting in numbers typical for this time of year. A lot of their kids are staying home from school, but this is likely due to something called...
  • Consumers cut family activities when gas prices rise, poll shows

    Fluctuating gas prices are shaping consumer behavior, a public opinion poll out today shows. A poll of 1,000 adults by Fuels America found that social or family-related activities take the biggest hit when it comes to cutting things from the family...
  • AAA predicts fewer Marylanders will travel July 4

    AAA predicts fewer Marylanders will travel July 4
    Nearly 800,000 Marylanders are expected to travel for the July 4th holiday weekend, about a 1 percent drop from last year, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic. Of that total, 86 percent of those polled said they would be traveling by car, 8 percent are flying...
  • Sandy closes dozens of Baltimore County roads

    Sandy closes dozens of Baltimore County roads
    Baltimore County's Emergency Management Operation is reporting that as of Tuesday morning, low-lying coastal areas of Baltimore County's east side are experiencing flooding as a result of tidal surge and the 8 a.m. high tide, all remnants of Hurricane...
  • Brian Roberts hopes his stay in Norfolk doesn't last long

    Brian Roberts hopes his stay in Norfolk doesn't last long
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts, who is slated to begin a minor league rehab assignment Tuesday at Triple-A Norfolk, hopes his stay there is a short one. Roberts hasn't played in a game since the third game of the regular season, when he injured...
  • Gas tax, tolls go up Monday

    Gas tax, tolls go up Monday
    Come Monday, driving around Maryland will cost more — both at the gas pump and the toll plaza. Marylanders will see a 3.5 cent rise in the state's gas tax — the first such increase in two decades — as well as toll rates that jump as...
  • City gives no restart date for camera tickets

    City gives no restart date for camera tickets
    Two months after Baltimore stopped issuing tickets from its speed and red light cameras, city officials said Thursday they still don't know when the automated enforcement program will resume. "We want to be able to re-establish the public trust in...