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September 16, 2018

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Death toll climbs to 13 as Florence floods inland rivers

Sunday, Sep 16

As the death toll from Florence mounted, North Carolina is bracing for what could be the next stage of a still-unfolding disaster.

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Will Howard County go red or blue? Voters see spirited campaign for county executive

Maryland's Howard County — a swing jurisdiction that’s had two Democrats and two Republicans as county executives since 1990 — often mirrors the sentiment of the state as a whole, and political observers are watching the Allan Kittleman-Calvin Ball race for signs of trends.

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Maryland families struggle to find in-home nurses, who make more money in neighboring states

Finding nurses to assist families with disabled children and other relatives at home can be difficult, largely because such nurses aren’t paid enough in Maryland or even as much as in neighboring states, according to the families of the disabled and companies that place nurses.

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Another slow start for Kasim Hill and Maryland's offense leads to Terps' first defeat of 2018

Unlike the previous week, when Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill and the offense recovered from a slow start in a 45-14 win at Bowling Green, the Terps and their redshirt freshman struggled offensively throughout a 35-14 loss at home to Temple.


Despite difficult season, Orioles veterans Cashner and Cobb embrace leading young staff

Alex Cobb and Andrew Cashner have made an impact on the Orioles' rookie arms in many ways.

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Baltimore seafood festival-goers shake a spicy finger at PETA controversy

This year, the Maryland Seafood Festival served up bushels of crabs with a heaping side of attitude about that billboard the animal rights group recently erected in Baltimore.

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Options are few as Orioles attempt to plug rotation holes

Sean Gilmartin, Dillon Tate and John Means are possibilities to help the Orioles' injury-riddled starting rotation.

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Rodricks: An inconvenient truth for Trump: Doctors go door-to-door to count the dead from war and storm

A long-time Hopkins researcher finds the estimates of death from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico to be sound, based on a method he has employed in war zones.


Mueller's Delicatessen, a Northeast Baltimore fixture, to close after 71 years

The deli, at 7207 Harford Road with its Bavarian-style exterior, serves sandwiches and subs loaded with Bavarian ham, corned beef and hard salami.

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Squeakness, a Mermaid's Kiss and Cherry Hill Arts: the best of Baltimore's A&E scene this week

The top arts and entertainment events in the Baltimore area for the week of Sept. 16-22, 2018.

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