Infielder Jonathan Villar broke a scoreless tie with an RBI triple in the Orioles' two-run sixth inning, then scored on a single by the hot-hitting Trey Mancini to help six scoreless innings from veteran starter Andrew Cashner hold up for his first win of 2019.
If there's anything worth taking away from the Orioles' series win in New York to start the season, it's not how often they'll be able to replicate it, but that they're unburdened from anything but that day's game and can actually enjoy it.
The Town of Port Deposit was awarded a grant (sponsored by the Port Deposit Heritage Corporation) from BGE through the electric company’s Emergency Communications Funding Program last month. Representatives from the Town of Port Deposit and the Port Deposit Heritage Corporation were recognized at
Projecting the Orioles' Opening Day roster after a round of cuts including Austin Hays, Anthony Santander, and Cody Carroll provided plenty of clarity into Mike Elias and Brandon Hyde's reasoning as they build the 25-man roster.
Jonathan Villar reached base three times and scored two runs and Alcides Escobar had an RBI double as the Orioles' middle infield situation came into focus during an 8-5 Grapefruit League loss to Phillies.
Each of the Orioles’ three starting outfielders provided big swings in a 9-6 win over the Rays, with home runs by Anthony Santander and Cedric Mullins in the fifth inning setting the stage for a three-run double by Yusniel Diaz in the eighth.
Howard County’s government operates a school system, a police department with nearly 500 sworn officers, a fire department, a water and sewer system, a landfill and six branch libraries that have the highest per-capita circulation rate in the state.
For all the turnover the Orioles bullpen experienced last summer with their trades of Zack Britton, Brad Brach, and Darren O'Day, things stayed relatively stable this offseason at the back end of the bullpen.
Members of the Carroll County Farm Bureau descended on Annapolis Wednesday to meet with lobbyists and lawmakers regarding agriculturally-focused legislation at the Maryland Farm Bureau’s legislative breakfast. Farmers talked to Sen. Katie Fry Hester and Delegates Haven Shoemaker and April Rose.
The delegation of Carroll County's lawmakers in the Maryland General Assembly met Thursday to discuss and vote on locally focused legislation. The delegation voted to support bills that would seek state money for local projects, adjust local liquor laws and adjust some gaming and gambling rules.
Maryland’s two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan urged a different direction for the GOP after taking the oath of office for another four years. Hogan had Jeb Bush introduce him and praised the traditional wing of the Republican Party, while condemning dysfunction in Washington.
Though the session opened at about noon, lawmakers representing Carroll County had been coming up with legislative agendas and crafting bills for months in preparation. Many have refined bills they introduced in the past that failed to make it and plan to reintroduce the legislation.
State Sen. Guy Guzzone took his seat as senate majority leader and several new members of the Howard County delegation took the oath of office on Wednesday’s opening day of the Maryland General Assembly.
Maryland's Republican lawmakers will arrive in Annapolis Wednesday for the start of the 2019 legislative session to find a bigger Democrat majority in the General Assembly. Carroll County's lawmakers see speaking out on the floor, picking apart bills and finding common ground as keys for success.
Sports are littered with some of the craziest superstitions as athletes turn their attention away from their own contribution in the success or failure of a sporting moment to an intervention of some powerful, mystical force.
When the Maryland General Assembly convenes for its 2019 session next week, Howard County’s delegation will tackle an agenda that’s been forming for the past several months — and will have a few new faces to help carry it out.
A proposal before the Baltimore County Council that would expedite construction of infrastructure at Tradepoint Atlantic, the former site of the old Bethlehem Steel plant in Sparrows Point, is a prime example of private industry collaborating with government to devise a sensible solution.
The Trump administration has proposed removing small streams, isolated wetlands and other waterways from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's authority, a move proponents say simplifies a complex Obama-era rule. Environmental advocates say the changes could threaten Chesapeake Bay cleanup.
This week marks the orientation for 60 new Maryland General Assembly legislators — 43 in the House of Delegates and 17 in the state Senate. Before they can decide the future of the state, they first have to find their desks, figure out their committees and learn where to park.
Whether it was a first-time voter or someone who’s been voting since before there were televisions to broadcast too-early victory projections, whether a Trump fan or hater, whether Left or Right or somewhere in-between, most had a strong sense of the importance of coming out to do their civic duty.
Voters resoundingly elected incumbent Republican lawmakers in the three legislative districts that touch Carroll County (Districts 4, 5 and 9). In District 5 — which covers most of Carrol — Republican Sen. Justin Ready, and Delegates Susan Krebs, Haven Shoemaker and April Rose cruised to victory.
A self-described 'independent-minded Republican' from Sykesville voices support for Katie Fry Hester, a Democrat for state Senate in District 9, while District 5 State Sen. Justin Ready writes about the success of 'Team Hogan' in Annapolis.
One letter writer is troubled by candidates who are supportive of bringing back the death penalty in Maryland; another writes in support of Katie Fry Hester for the State Senate seat in District 9, noting her recognition of improvements in public education.
The Maryland Department of Transportation joined the Maryland Department of Agriculture and the Maryland Farm Bureau recently to discuss driver safety as motorists traveling Maryland highways and rural roads likely will share the road with farm equipment from one of Maryland’s 12,300 farms.