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  • Historic Horse Trails illustrate Maryland's equine past

    Historic Horse Trails illustrate Maryland's equine past
    For longer than the U.S. has been a nation, Marylanders have been horse people. George Washington raced thoroughbred horses in Annapolis in the 1750s, 100 years after the animals were first introduced to the area. A statue of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish...
  • Retailers eye Baltimore area for expansion

    Retailers eye Baltimore area for expansion
    Consumers can expect to see unfamiliar store brands cropping up in the Baltimore area as a handful of retailers eye the market for expansion. Newcomers could include businesses that are well-entrenched in other markets, such as Stein Mart and Gabe's,...
  • Double shooting reported in Annapolis

    Double shooting reported in Annapolis
    Annapolis police are investigating a double shooting at the Robinwood public housing complex. Officers were called at 5:10 p.m. Friday to the 1300 block of Tyler Ave. for a report of two men shot, said Annapolis Police Department spokeswoman Cpl. Amy...
  • Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital

    Florence H. Deitz, helped found hospital
    Florence H. Deitz, a Randallstown community activist who was a founder in the 1960s of the old Baltimore County General Hospital, which later became Northwest Hospital, died Monday of cancer at the Fairhaven retirement community. She was 91. "Florence...
  • More new moms turning to placenta for help

    More new moms turning to placenta for help
    Animals have done it since the beginning of time. Women in Asia and Africa have done it for centuries. But lately, more women in Western cultures are turning to an ancient practice.  Following childbirth, they are ingesting their placenta –...
  • Drain pipe repairs to force Route 50 closures

    Drain pipe repairs to force Route 50 closures
    Lane closures on eastbound Route 50 in Annapolis that began Tuesday night for repairs to a partially-collapsed drain pipe beneath the roadway will continue Thursday, according to the State Highway Administration. Planned closures on Wednesday night...
  • Narcan won't solve the problem of addiction [Letter]

    Over the years I have tried to educate the public about the disease of addiction and how a drug addict thinks and makes decisions. Let me remind the readers that a drug addict only wants one thing and one thing only — more drugs, at all costs. A...
  • Excuses aside, Maryland voter turnout an embarrassment

    Excuses aside, Maryland voter turnout an embarrassment
    In Ukraine last month, some people braved the threat of violence to get to the polls to vote for a new president. According to news reports, heavily armed men in ski masks tried to scare off voters by smashing ballot boxes and blocking entry to polling...
  • Norman takes GOP Senate nomination in Harford-Cecil District 35

    Norman takes GOP Senate nomination in Harford-Cecil District 35
    Two-term Harford County Del. Wayne Norman captured the Republican State Senate nomination Tuesday in legislative District 35 that straddles northern Harford County and western Cecil County. In the three-way GOP primary race for two open delegate seats in...
  • Orioles' Adam Jones surprises two local sports teams at Patterson Park

    Orioles' Adam Jones surprises two local sports teams at Patterson Park
    Members of the Bluford Drew Jemison Rockets baseball team gathered in a group on the third-base line of Utz Twardowicz Field on Tuesday afternoon. The day was already special. The weather was gorgeous, they were playing baseball and knew they had raised...
  • Light turnout greets primary election day in Arundel

    Light turnout greets primary election day in Arundel
    Monica Bias of Severna Park called the primary voter turnout at the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Company "pathetic" when she voted just before 7 p.m. on Tuesday. A 58-year-old state employee, Bias never missed a chance to vote. "I always vote. I never...
  • How Election Day unfolded: live.baltimoresun.com recap

    How Election Day unfolded: live.baltimoresun.com recap
    View the updated live blog on live.baltimoresun.com. 11:45 p.m.: @pwoodreporter: .@Schuh2014 has tweeted, "We win!!!!!" @LauraNeumanExec has not conceded yet. 11:31 p.m.: @baltimoresun: Marilyn Mosby to win state's attorney race as Gregg Bernstein...