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Baltimore County police investigating Lansdowne stabbing

Baltimore County police investigating Lansdowne stabbing

A 44-year-old man who was stabbed in Lansdowne is expected to survive his injuries, Baltimore County Police said Monday afternoon. The police department responded to the 3800 block of Hollins Ferry Road just after 6:30 p.m. Sunday and located Alexander Maradiaga-Valleciyo, of the 1900 block of...

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  • As Baltimore population declines, we need immigrants counted

    As Baltimore population declines, we need immigrants counted

    As the Supreme Court takes on the question Tuesday of whether the Trump administration can add a citizenship question to the 2020 census form, the city of Baltimore has a particular stake in whether it makes the right decision. The justices should side with three lower courts, including one in...

  • Witcover: The last time I saw Paris

    Witcover: The last time I saw Paris

    Nearly 18 years ago, my wife and I were in Versailles, about to tour that iconic palace, when French television showed the infamous destruction of New York's Twin Towers skyscrapers by two hijacked commercial aircraft. All of Paris was plunged into mourning for the tragic death of nearly 3,000...

  • Trump administration threatens to end temporary protected status for endangered immigrants

    Trump administration threatens to end temporary protected status for endangered immigrants

    As a biology and psychology major at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, I’m pursuing a career in medicine to treat children in underserved communities who lack access to care. But I’m also in a race against time — taking extra credits and registering for summer school, on top of working...

  • Look around this Earth Day — at your world and one another

    Look around this Earth Day — at your world and one another

    Drive around this region and look, really look, at the side of the road. If every piece of trash, every bottle in the bushes, every plastic bag hanging from a tree was, say, a rattlesnake, people would be screaming for action. But, trash? It’s invisible to many and a sign of what a lot of people...

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  • Retro Baltimore Trivia: Where did the name 'Mary Sue,' in the Mary Sue chocolate company, come from?

    Retro Baltimore Trivia: Where did the name 'Mary Sue,' in the Mary Sue chocolate company, come from?

    Readers: Think you know your Baltimore? Try answering our weekly trivia question. Some weeks will be ridiculously easy, some weeks a bit more challenging. Put your best guess in the “answer” field and hit “submit.” Or comment on Instagram: @retrobaltimore. If you’d like to be recognized for a correct...

  • Can you guess these cities by their most famous landmarks?

    Can you guess these cities by their most famous landmarks?

    Paris and the Eiffel Tower, San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge, Agra and the Taj Mahal: Some of the world's top travel destinations go hand in hand with their most iconic landmarks. While experiencing the local art, culture and food is a must on any vacation, for certain cities it's practically...

  • The most famous hats in history

    The most famous hats in history

    While a hat isn't a formal must-have fashion accessory like it was in generations past, hats continue to experience trends such as the recent resurgence of the "dad" baseball cap, the bucket hat and the beret. While certain toppers fall in and out of fashion, there are certain iconic hats that...

  • The day the Babe rocked Oriole Park

    The day the Babe rocked Oriole Park

    It’s April 18, 1919, and Oriole Park is all abuzz. Despite chilly winds, more than 2,000 fans have settled in and are craning their necks to see Babe Ruth, the hometown boy who, at 23, has made it big in the major leagues. Ruth, whose pitching and slugging led the Boston Red Sox to the 1918 world...

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