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  • Final month of visits crucial, especially for Gators

    Final month of visits crucial, especially for Gators
    Here we go. We’re down to the final three official visit weekends of the 2015 college football recruiting season, and the chain of events that could take place during the next 22 days will be crucial to the future of several state schools. The...
  • Under Armour will open Brand House store in Mall of America

    Under Armour will open Brand House store in Mall of America
    Under Armour will open a Brand House store in the Mall of America mega-mall this spring, part of the Baltimore-based company's plans to open 100 of its branded stores this year. The sports apparel maker had 80 Brand House stores as of the end of last...
  • No, Mr. Hogan, Baltimore is not in decline

    No, Mr. Hogan, Baltimore is not in decline
    We welcome and support Gov.-elect Larry Hogan's view that Baltimore City should be Maryland's economic engine ("Hogan says city should drive state economy," Dec. 30). But his unfortunate use of hyperbole to assert that in Baltimore City, "There's no...
  • All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us

    All the ways Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad confused us
    Gisele Bundchen's Chanel No. 5 ad dropped on Wednesday, and as beautiful as it is, it raises almost as many questions as Brad Pitt's puzzling effort did in October 2012. The world's highest-paid supermodel, who led the charge during the French fashion...
  • Checking up on Marketplace at Fells Point

     Checking up on Marketplace at Fells Point
    I had to look twice at two facing commercial blocks along South Broadway. After two years of hard work, what is called the Marketplace at Fells Point is ready for occupancy. So ready, more than half of its apartments have tenants. If you hadn't known what...
  • Parkland grad Williams expanding horizons with Giants

    Parkland grad Williams expanding horizons with Giants
    One of the many reasons the New York Giants are excited about the prospect of closing the regular season on a four-game winning streak for the first time since 2002 is the tone it could set heading into the offseason and 2015, when so many young weapons...
  • Ray Lewis statue unveiled outside M&T Bank Stadium

    Ray Lewis statue unveiled outside M&T Bank Stadium
    For most of Ray Lewis’ 17-year NFL career, his face — eyes burning, mouth bellowing exhortations — was the face of the Ravens. Johnny Unitas’ flinty gaze and stooped shoulders had symbolized pro football for earlier generations...
  • Ravens reach out to sponsors over Ray Rice case

    Ravens reach out to sponsors over Ray Rice case
    As their corporate partners express concern about the Ray Rice case, the Ravens have been reaching out — courting them anew — to try to ensure that dozens of long-held relationships and the millions in revenue they provide remain intact....
  • Financial decisions young adults can make to usher in a prosperous New Year

    Financial decisions young adults can make to usher in a prosperous New Year
    The holidays are usually not the time when you want to tackle money chores. But doing a little financial housekeeping could be the best gift you give yourself this year. Where to focus your attention will depend on your own circumstances, but here's a...
  • Mayor: Baltimore is not in decline

    Mayor: Baltimore is not in decline
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan is correct in his belief that Baltimore can be the state's primary driver of economic prosperity with the right investments ("Hogan says city should drive state economy Dec. 30). Although we sit on different sides of the aisle, I...
  • Blotter: Man rips gold chain off woman's neck in Oak Park

    Blotter: Man rips gold chain off woman's neck in Oak Park
    The following items were collected from reports released by the Oak Park Police Department. A man in his 40s grabbed a gold rope chain valued at $500 from an Oak Park woman's neck at 8:39 a.m. Sept. 24 on the sidewalk of the 1100 block of Ontario Street...