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December 5, 2017


The Evening Sun


Hogan announces initiatives to fight violent crime in Baltimore

Tuesday, Dec 5

With Baltimore reeling from its third year in a row of more than 300 homicides, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced a package of initiatives Tuesday aimed at curbing violent crime — including increased patrols and warrant service from the state.

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Explosion destroys Lochearn house; second blast in two days in Baltimore County

An explosion destroyed a Lochearn home Tuesday afternoon, a day after a house explosion injured a man in the Baltimore Highlands, Baltimore County fire officials said.


Man arrested in death of firefighter Jon Hickey, Baltimore police say

Baltimore Police have arrested a 35-year-old man in connection to the Nov. 30 murder of volunteer firefighter Jon Hickey. 

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Congress barreling toward shutdown deadline

Congressional lawmakers were scrambling Tuesday to reach agreement on a funding measure to avert a government shutdown at week’s end and address several agenda items — from a children’s health insurance program to immigration — that have stalled for months.


Baltimore County parents, school board members ask state for technology audit

Baltimore County school board members and parents testified before the state school board seeking an audit of technology contracts.

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Baltimore police find 'substantial amount' of suspected fentanyl, call hazmat crew to Old Goucher

Baltimore Police called in a hazmat team Tuesday after finding what they suspect is a “substantial amount” of the highly-potent opioid fentanyl at a discount store in the city’s Old Goucher neighborhood.

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Six Maryland schools named blue ribbon schools

Six schools were named Maryland blue ribbon schools, an honor awarded to the state’s highest performing schools or those that have made significant progress.

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City, state officials work with philanthropies to bring anti-violence program to Baltimore

Baltimore and state officials say they are working to bring a Massachusetts-based program to the city to work with at-risk young adults as a crime-prevention tactic.

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Fact-finders in state-union talks recommend employee wage increases

Fact-finders support union wage demands in state employee union talks.

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Steelers receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster suspended one game, might not play Sunday vs. Ravens

Rookie wide receiver scored a touchdown against the Ravens in the first meeting between the two teams on Oct. 1

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