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Beached whale in Ocean City has died, National Aquarium says

A beached juvenile sperm whale that drew a large crowd of onlookers in Ocean City Sunday has died, according to the National Aquarium in Baltimore, which sent veterinarians to assist the animal.

Ravens in-game portal: Live updates, everything you need to know during Sunday’s game vs. Cardinals

Welcome to your Ravens watching companion. Return here throughout the game for real-time recaps and analysis.

Instant analysis: Behind Lamar Jackson’s 392 total yards, 2 TDs, Ravens hold off Cardinals, 23-17

A week after Lamar Jackson led an unstoppable offense with his arm, the Ravens leaned on his legs to grit out a 23-17 win Sunday over the Arizona Cardinals.

Baltimore detectives conferring with county after apparent body found in Southwest Baltimore

Baltimore Police homicide detectives are conferring with their counterparts in the county after the discovery of a suspected body wrapped in blankets and trash bags in Southwest Baltimore, a city police spokesman confirmed.

Trump dismisses new allegation against Brett Kavanaugh as ‘lies,’ while some 2020 Democratic candidates call for justice’s impeachment

The New York Times now reports that Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh faced a separate allegation from his time at Yale University and that the FBI did not investigate the claim.

Three takeaways from Maryland football’s 20-17 loss at Temple

From the breakdowns on the offensive line to Maryland’s penalties to the Big Ten’s overall struggles and how it affects the Terps, here are three takeaways from Saturday’s 20-17 loss at Temple.

Ex-Baltimore health commissioner Leana Wen, Planned Parenthood spar over benefits, confidentiality clause

Former Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen on Saturday said Planned Parenthood is withholding severance pay and health benefits owed to her under her contract in an effort to get her to sign a burdensome confidentiality agreement on her way out the door, after less than a year serving as the organization’s president and CEO.

Westminster council votes to purchase Main Street property, calling move ‘incredible opportunity’

The city of Westminster intends to purchase property on Main Street with a focus on redeveloping it because of its key location downtown.

Former actor on ‘The Wire’ allegedly escapes Baltimore police custody at hospital

Baltimore police are searching for a former actor on “The Wire” who they say escaped from custody after he was taken to a hospital for a check.

How to watch Ravens vs. Cardinals: Week 2 game time, TV, odds and more

Here’s what you need to know about the Week 2 game between the Ravens and Cardinals.

Ravens vs. Cardinals in the first home game of the season | PHOTOS

The Baltimore Ravens play the Arizona Cardinals in the first home game of the season at M&T Bank Stadium on September 15, 2019.

Three killed in Baltimore over the weekend

Three men — one stabbed, the others shot — were killed in separate incidents over the weekend, Baltimore police reported.

Vote for the Best of Howard County

Have thoughts on the best stores in Howard County? The best real estate agent? The best gym? The best wine store? Nominate your favorites in Howard Magazine’s Best of Howard contest.

BSO’s opener was postponed amid a labor dispute. Instead musicians played to crowd at West Baltimore church.

The event at New Shiloh was an opportunity for the musicians to demonstrate the support they have in the community.

‘This is amazing!’ Thousands pack Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Central Library after massive renovation

Thousands pack Enoch Pratt Central Library to celebrate grand reopening of "city treasure" after $115 million renovation

Hundreds protest Howard County school redistricting near Columbia mall

Hundreds participated in a walk in protest of Howard County Public School System’s redistricting plan Saturday near the Mall of Columbia days before the first public hearing on the issue.

‘Did I miss him asking for help?’ After death of Ocean City chef, a look at suicide in restaurant industry

For Jody Wright and other employees in the restaurant industry, chef Travis Wright’s recent death by suicide was a reminder of the pressures so many face in the field, and the challenges of staying sane while working 12-hour days or more. “The pendulum swings. It’s either fantastic or really tough,” said Jody Wright, who is fighting to keep open Shark on the Harbor, the Ocean City restaurant they ran together.

Former Ravens receiver Torrey Smith announces retirement, says he’s returning to Baltimore

Former Ravens and Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith announced his retirement from football in a video posted by Uninterrupted on Friday morning.

Sister Paula Marie Phelan, founder of Mercy Medical School of Medical Technology, dies

Sister Paula Marie Phelan, who founded the Medical School of Technology at Mercy Medical Center, has died at age 105.

Baltimore hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since the 1960s. Meet the people trying to change that.

The Republican field for Baltimore mayor in 2020 is taking shape, even as much uncertainty exists on the Democratic side.

After recent crashes, Harford councilman renews request for roundabout at Route 23, Grafton Shop Road

Following two crashes earlier this month at the intersection of Route 23 and Grafton Shop Road in Forest Hill, Harford County Councilman Chad Shrodes is renewing his efforts to get a roundabout there.

A rising tide for Carroll County beer makers: Brewery Fire now open, with others planning 2019 launches

Taneytown's Brewery Fire finally opens to excited crowds, while Flood Zone and Pipe the Side breweries hope to open in Union Bridge and Hampstead by year's end.

Body camera video shows hail of gunfire from Baltimore police in fatal shooting; 154 shell casings recovered

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison showed body camera footage Friday of the deadly encounter between officers and Tyrone Banks, the man who allegedly opened fire on one officer, gunned his car at another, and led police on a high-speed chase.

No. 21 Maryland’s momentum stuffed as QB Josh Jackson, offense struggle in 20-17 loss at Temple

Maryland's offense fizzled out at Temple Saturday and failed to capitalize on numerous opportunities, leading to the team's first loss of the season.

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