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Boston Marathon Bombing (2013)

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  • Auction of Ray Rice Jeep benefits Boston Marathon bombing survivor

    Auction of Ray Rice Jeep benefits Boston Marathon bombing survivor
    A Carroll County Ravens fan bid $57,100 on a customized Jeep owned by running back Ray Rice — and 10 percent of that price will benefit the Erika Brannock Fund, supporting the Towson preschool teacher injured in the Boston Marathon bombing....
  • Ravens remind fans of NFL's new security policy

    Ravens remind fans of NFL's new security policy
    Brittany Kamasinski had heard nothing of the NFL's new security measures when she reached the gates at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday for a public Ravens practice. So the Dundalk resident was startled when stadium workers told her she could not enter...
  • Pollution in the news stream

    Pollution in the news stream
    In today's ever-growing coagulation of fact, fiction and rumor from print, digital and social media, where is the news consumer to look with confidence for the truth? The flood of instant accounts of the Boston marathon explosions and their alleged...
  • Davenport Preschool opens with beloved staffer Erika Brannock in attendance

    Davenport Preschool opens with beloved staffer Erika Brannock in attendance
    Davenport Preschool Director Liz Harlan, along with staff and parents, spent nine months working toward the day when the tiny chairs and tables of the new Hampton school's classrooms would be filled for the first time with children scribbling with...
  • Race On officials optimistic as third Grand Prix arrives

    Race On officials optimistic as third Grand Prix arrives
    In the command center of the Grand Prix of Baltimore, Tim Mayer, the race's general manager, fielded a few phone calls, answering a couple of questions. But that was it. Preparations for the Grand Prix were running several hours ahead of schedule the...
  • Al-Qaida returns to its roots

    Al-Qaida returns to its roots
    Last year, in the heat of his campaign, President Barack Obama boasted that he had put al-Qaida "on the path to defeat." This year, with 19 U.S. consulates and embassies closed and the State Department issuing vague warnings against travel anywhere in the...
  • Boston Marathon bombing victim a special guest at Orioles-Yankees game

    Boston Marathon bombing victim a special guest at Orioles-Yankees game
    When the baseball season began, Erika Brannock and her friend Breanna Dickerson made plans to spend a Saturday night this summer attending an Orioles-Yankees game at Camden Yards. Two weeks after they purchased tickets for Saturday's game, those plans...
  • Ferndale man arrested in connection with bomb threat

    Ferndale man arrested in connection with bomb threat
    Anne Arundel County Police on Thursday arrested a Ferndale man who they said called 911 and threatened a bomb attack similar to that of Monday's explosions at the Boston Marathon that killed three people and left almost 200 others injured. Police...
  • HdG Women's 5K dominated by Ethiopian runners

    HdG Women's 5K dominated by Ethiopian runners
    The Women's 5K by the Bay in Havre de Grace Sunday renewed its connections among Ethiopian runners, course records and Washington, D.C. Yihunish Delelecha and Tezata Dengersa, Ethiopian runners from D.C., raced against the clock, far ahead of the 623...
  • Happiness turned to horror for Marylanders at Boston Marathon

    Happiness turned to horror for Marylanders at Boston Marathon
    — At 2:42 p.m. on Monday — just minutes before the first bomb exploded along the marathon course — Carol Downing's son-in-law and daughters were positioned perfectly to watch her run past the blue-and-yellow finish line painted across...
  • The message is clear, don't live in fear [Commentary]

    When I sit down to try to write about tragedies, my mind usually goes to the first chapter of Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse-Five," in which the author, unnecessarily excusing himself for not having anything erudite to say about the horrors of World...
  • NAACP false alarm shows region on edge over security

    NAACP false alarm shows region on edge over security
    NAACP employees were going through the mail Thursday at national headquarters in Baltimore when they found a strange-looking envelope. It bore no return address and had a Memphis, Tenn., postmark — just like letters to President Barack Obama and a...