The Ravens and Lamar Jackson experienced familiar disappointments as their season ended in the AFC divisional round against the Buffalo Bills. But in the moments after the loss, they were already talking about what's next.
Family was everything to him and I can only imagine the impact of not being able to see any of us since before Christmas, due to restrictions, had on him. I know the impact having to say goodbye to him in a parking lot in front of a hospice center had on us.
Brig. Gen. Janeen L. Birckhead is responsible for leading the National Guard security efforts for the Capitol and the area around it, including the U.S. Supreme Court and the Library of Congress. Troops under her command come from Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey.
DeWees averaged 17 points, seven rebounds and shot 59 percent (22-37) from the field as the Bobcats won three times.
Clearly, we need a way forward for this country to heal and prosper, but how? There are two groups of Trump supporters who I don’t know how to reach.
The county commissioners congratulated themselves about how well the various departments and agencies in Carroll County work together, noting that the level of cooperation seen in this county is almost unprecedented around the state. Let’s hope they are right about that. Because working together has never been needed more than it is today, as Carroll moves forward with COVID-19 vaccinations amid a state and national rollout that hasn’t gone as smoothly as had been hoped.
We can assign all of the blame to Donald Trump and his supporters for fueling last Wednesday’s debacle, but in doing so, we deceive ourselves. In truth, few emerge from this national scandal with clean hands.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Cervical cancer usually starts very slowly, making it one of the most preventable cancers. A woman should always follow the recommendations of her health care provider regarding screening and follow-up testing.
Last year, of the approximately 25,000 students who were enrolled in Carroll County’s public school system, only 993 — not quite 4% — were Black or African American. It is in this world that these children come of age and grow to celebrate their cultural roots and heritage.