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September 15, 2018


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Ben Jealous blames Gov. Hogan for Maryland's loss of Fortune 500 firm in a twist of political karma

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Ben Jealous, the Democratic candidate for governor, says Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is the first governor in decades to let a Fortune 500 company leave Maryland.

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Nearly stalled, 'uninvited brute' Florence besieges Carolinas with floodwaters

Blowing ashore with 90 mph winds, Hurricane Florence splintered buildings, trapped hundreds of people and swamped entire communities along the Carolina coast.

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Nonprofit tailgate group hoping to grow Maryland football fan base by going young

Started by an avid Maryland fan and low-level donor, the Old Line Tailgate Club hopes to bring youngsters from around the state to College Park for games, starting with the 500 who are expected to attend Saturday's home opener against Temple.

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Five things to look for in Maryland's home opener against Temple

Maryland will be looking to cut down on penalties and the keep pressure on defensively when the Terps play their home opener Saturday against Temple.


Early returns forcing Orioles to take long view with July trade acquisitions making major league debuts

The Orioles brought 15 new players into their organization in the July trades that began a drastic change in the franchise’s path forward, with a cadre of prospects.

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Baltimore activist DeRay Mckesson heckled while promoting new book

A video posted on Twitter Thursday shows Mckesson being heckled for purportedly conflating his role as an activist for Ferguson residents.

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McDonogh retires late Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair's jersey in pregame ceremony

McDonogh retired the No. 70 jersey worn by late Maryland linebacker Jordan McNair during his high school playing career before Friday night's game.

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Hurricane Florence could dump enough rain to fill the Chesapeake Bay

Florence's rain total will likely be staggeringly huge — 2.4 trillion cubic feet to be exact.


A repurposed Mencken House to reopen in 2019

The nonprofit Baltimore National Heritage Area entered into a lease agreement with the City of Baltimore “to assume stewardship" of H.L. Mencken's longtime home on Hollins Street in West Baltimore.

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Chicago Tribune owner Tronc in 'early stage' discussions about sale to McClatchy newspaper chain

California-based newspaper chain McClatchy is in “early stage” discussions to buy Tronc, owner of the Chicago Tribune and other major newspapers, a source familiar with the negotiations said Friday.

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Orioles plan to pursue Victor Victor Mesa and Victor Mesa Jr. now that Cuban brothers are free agents

Now that top Cuban prospect Victor Victor Mesa and his younger brother, Victor Mesa Jr., have been declared free agents by Major League Baseball, the Orioles plan to pursue both players aggressively, according to an industry source.

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