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Baltimore Colts were stolen away in the middle of the night 35 years ago

BALTIMORE —  For a generation of disillusioned fans, the date which will live in football infamy was precisely 35 years ago. John Ziemann knows it well. But, across America, every town with a sports team should know it, too, and […]

Baltimore Colts were stolen away in the middle of the night 35 years ago

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BALTIMORE —  For a generation of disillusioned fans, the date which will live in football infamy was precisely 35 years ago. John Ziemann knows it well. But, across America, every town with a sports team should know it, too, and […]

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Fleetwood Mac gives spectacular farewell to Baltimore

Fleetwod Mac, the timeless band that has spanned more than five decades, tried to make a statement as soon as it took the Royal Farms Arena stage on Sunday

2019 Baltimore Antique Arms Show 103 (credit Anthony C. Hayes)

Baltimore Antique Arms Show presents look at weapons of war

19th Century military equipment on display at the 2019 Baltimore Antique Arms Show (Anthony C. Hayes) Living historians have long offered the public a chance to safely observe a wide

Van Hollen calls on National Park Service to repair BW Parkway dangerous road

It doesn't help matters when trucks (which are banned from the road) are driving down the BW Parkway as drivers attempt to maneuver around potholes and uneven pavements. BPE

Guns on a table. Has gun control made Baltimore safer? (credit Ron Waddington Wikimedia Commons)

Has gun control made Baltimore safer? Data analyst says ‘No’

My name is Brian Bissett.  I reside in Howard County, Maryland, and I am the author of two peer-reviewed books on Data Analysis. I am writing today OPPOSING the

Images from The Renewal Show at The Harbor Bank of Baltimore. The show is the latest installation by Luvs Art Project. (Anthony C. Hayes)

‘The Renewal Show’ latest Luvs Art Project exhibition at The Harbor Bank of Maryland

Albert Einstein once said, “Creativity is contagious. Pass it on.” Perhaps this is what Baltimore barber Troy Staton had in mind when he parlayed his personal barber shop art

Baltimore’s ‘Ace of Cakes’ looks to trump ‘Cake Boss’

Duff Goldman hasn’t spent the past few months preparing for a baking competition. He’s been training for a fight. “I’d wake up at 3 a.m., go to the gym for two

El Chapo proved that a wall will not stop the flow of drugs

BALTIMORE – Scariest among the reasons President Donald Trump has offered for building his Great Wall along the U.S. southern border is his insistence that it will stop narcotics

Hagerstown joint venture sees big profits in medical marijuana

HAGERSTOWN — For nearly a century, workers at the sprawling Statton furniture factory in Hagerstown crafted traditional solid cherry dressers, dining-room tables, chairs and display cabinets for customers across

Should Larry Hogan run for president in 2020?

BALTIMORE – To millions of voters all over America, Larry Hogan is best known as Larry Who? For the uninitiated, he’s the governor of Maryland. But, just for speculation,

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