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  • Things to know for Friday

    Things to know for Friday
    A new species of carnivore has been discovered, with experts describing the olinguito as a housecat-like creature. Meanwhile, on Digg, the old idea of sending actual house cats through pneumatic tubes has been resurrected, or at least recognized as maybe not the best idea.
  • Notebook: Orioles home series, 2014 lacrosse final four scheduled for same weekend

    Notebook: Orioles home series, 2014 lacrosse final four scheduled for same weekend
    The 2014 NCAA men's lacrosse Championship Weekend at M&T Bank Stadium will have some competition right next door. The newly released Orioles 2014 schedule has home dates against the Cleveland Indians over Memorial Day weekend, as first noted by the...

    Pax River museum on hold over dispute with contractor

    Work on a $4.7 million museum at Naval Air Station Patuxent River that is mostly paid for with state and federal grants has been suspended, and a prominent construction firm was recently pulled from the project, St. Mary's County officials said Friday....

    Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's house

    Orioles star Adam Jones buys former Ravens assistant Cam Cameron's house
    Orioles center fielder Adam Jones has purchased a five-bedroom home along Falls Road in Lutherville for the price of $1.75 million. The seller is one Malcolm Cameron according to state records. He's better known as Cam Cameron, the offensive coordinator...

    City broke laws by meeting in secret, state board rules

    City broke laws by meeting in secret, state board rules
    For the third time in six months, a state board has ruled that Baltimore's government engaged in closed-door meetings that violated Maryland's transparency law. In an opinion released this week, the Open Meetings Compliance Board ruled that the Baltimore...