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Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Thursday, the latest player sidelined by a coronavirus outbreak that has imperiled Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
State auditors found “significant risks” within Baltimore County public schools’ computer network, according to a report released Tuesday, the day before a ransomware attack shut down the school system.
Maryland reported 2,319 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 29 deaths tied to COVID-19 on Thanksgiving, continuing a national resurgence of the pandemic that prompted health officials to recommend skipping the usual holiday gatherings with family and friends this year.
Maryland State Police troopers made no arrests during Thanksgiving Eve patrols that had been touted by Gov. Larry Hogan.

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In certain areas across America, a combination of economic resources — like earnings from high-paying jobs — has contributed to a high percentage of household incomes of $100,000 or more. Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the top locations where households bring in six figures or more. (Aaliyah Gibson, The Active Times)
On this day of gratitude and gathering together despite differences, it’s tempting to offer up a Thanksgiving editorial calling on the politically divided country to come to its collective senses and join together in peace and love and all else the holiday implies. But, that’s clearly a pumpkin-pie-in-the-sky proposal.
In a season opener in which 13 Maryland men’s basketball players got on the court, a trio of upperclassmen led the group in reassuring fashion.
Eleven weeks into his 10th NFL season, it’s possible cornerback Jimmy Smith has never played better or been more important to the Ravens than he is right now.
A man was taken to the hospital after being shot in Owings Mills on Wednesday night, Baltimore County police say.
Alfred Parker was a shop steward with the Newspaper Guild.
Jack Dawson, who covered sports on WMAR-TV for more than three decades, died of coronavirus complications Nov. 19 at UM Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace. He was 91 and formerly lived in Towson.
As the 2020 season neared its end, Orioles manager Brandon Hyde repeatedly said sorting out playing time for the team’s large collection of young outfielders was a good problem to have. The Orioles might be putting that to the test.
Almost two decades after the “Stop Snitching” street DVD jolted Baltimore officials about the problem of witness intimidation, a series of recent cases makes clear the practice continues and has evolved, exploiting social media and mobile technology.
From 1936 to 1966, the Toytown Parade was Baltimore's answer to New York City’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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