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2019 Preakness: War of Will Wins the Second Leg of the Triple Crown

The 144th Preakness Stakes, the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown and the signature race in the state of Maryland was celebrated by 131,256 guests. The total handle on Pimlico’s 14-race program was a record-breaking $99.8 million, surpassing the $93,655,128 […]

2019 Preakness: War of Will Wins the Second Leg of the Triple Crown

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The 144th Preakness Stakes, the Middle Jewel of the Triple Crown and the signature race in the state of Maryland was celebrated by 131,256 guests. The total handle on Pimlico’s 14-race program was a record-breaking $99.8 million, surpassing the $93,655,128 […]

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Charm city is at crossroads but hope is still alive

BALTIMORE – This city has come to a crossroads in its history, and not only because a new mayor has arrived with the old one disgraced and forced from

Mayor Pugh says she is ‘sorry for the harm’ and resigns

BALTIMORE — Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned Thursday afternoon amid a growing scandal over her sales of children's books to entities that do business with the city. At a news conference,

Why should Mayor Pugh be the only one to pay the price?

BALTIMORE —  The most nervous people in town right now should be the enablers of Mayor Catherine Pugh. The FBI and the IRS are pursuing the mayor, raiding two Pugh

Mayor Pugh’s home raided by FBI, IRS; Hogan calls for her resignation

BALTIMORE — Agents from the FBI and the IRS raided the home of Baltimore’s embattled mayor along with City Hall Thursday morning as an investigation into the embattled city leader’s

Mesothelioma: Johns Hopkins conducts clinical trials for the rarest of diseases 

Raya Bodnarchuk (Facebook) BALTIMORE — Raya Bodnarchuk never worked in a mine, a factory, a shipyard, or the military. So, the artist and sculptor and retired art instructor at the Corcoran

Mayor Pugh, UMMS, Kaiser Permanente, Associated Black Charities need to answer some hard questions

Mayor Catherine Pugh (Photo by Mike Jordan) BALTIMORE  – This city, feeling pretty crummy with each new revelation about Mayor Catherine Pugh, attempted the other evening to console itself by

Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch dead at 72

BALTIMORE — U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) released the following statement regarding the passing of Maryland Speaker of the House Michael Busch who died today after being hospitalized

Friend’s Suicide by Firearm: From a gun rights advocate’s perspective

I recently found out a very good friend committed suicide with a handgun. I had no idea he was suffering that badly, and neither did any of his immediate

Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for 2019 home opener. April 4, 2019. (Credit Michael Jordan/BPE)

Baltimore Orioles Opening Day 2019 in pictures

Starting pitcher Alex Cobb received a rousing welcome from Baltimore fans during pregame ceremonies for Orioles Opening Day 2019. BALTIMORE - Warm weather and mostly sunny skies greeted the sellout

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