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  • Rash of car thefts on Greenberry Road in Mount Washington area [North Baltimore crime log]

    Avon Avenue 3200 block, between 4:30 p.m. June 6 and 6:30 a.m. June 7. Registration sticker stolen from vehicle. North Calvert Street 3100 block, between 11 p.m. June 3 and 3:30 p.m. June 6. White, 2001 Hyundai with Maryland tags 7BA6560 stolen....
  • Commentary: Older runners are serious — we care about our times

    She was mad. Gray hair curling above her ears, the slender lady in black spandex and a neat white top turned to address me. Awaiting the announcement of age-group awards, we stood in the midst of the gaggle of runners gathered at the bandstand after...
  • Man staged burglary at his home, then stole from elderly neighbors, deputies say

    Man staged burglary at his home, then stole from elderly neighbors, deputies say
    In May, Steven Wintersteen, 22, who lives near DeLand, called deputies to report his home had been burglarized, reports The Daytona Beach News-Journal. But detectives investigating the burglary concluded Wintersteen told a big fib. Then, last Friday,...
  • Commentary: Faulty shoes keep me running for a better pair

    Back in the day, before I knew the running terms "hill repeats" or "pace," I'd take Harbor Boulevard home from work and stop at the Big 5. Inside the rubbery-smelling sporting goods store, I'd head for the sale aisle, buy the cheapest running shoes, tie...
  • Chicago's got the triathlon bug

    Chicago's got the triathlon bug
    Terri Visovatti didn't know she wanted to try a tri until she saw triathletes in action at the Ford Ironman World Championships in Hawaii in October 2011. Visovatti, a massage therapist, had clients who participated in triathlons, but she had long...
  • Even when he's just talking, Dunn swings and misses

    Even when he's just talking, Dunn swings and misses
    Adam Dunn apparently wants to talk his way out of town. I hope Rick Hahn is listening. The White Sox designated hitter and first baseman who can’t play first base had more thoughts on his future in the final week of this remarkable death spiral....
  • Gran Fondo NY: How to finish (or not) your first cycling Century

    Gran Fondo NY: How to finish (or not) your first cycling Century
    The Gran Fondo NY is less than a week away, but this year I won't be cycling the challenging, 100-plus mile course. The event, known officially as the Campagnolo Gran Fondo New York, draws about 7,000 riders for a hilly 105-mile Century that starts at...
  • Rep. Kevin McCarthy is a leader for the new GOP, for better or worse

    Rep. Kevin McCarthy is a leader for the new GOP, for better or worse
    WASHINGTON — For the first two years of Barack Obama's presidency, Rep. Kevin McCarthy traveled the country recruiting and coaching anti-establishment, tea party-backed candidates for the 2010 election. Many of the candidates recruited by McCarthy...
  • Far From Yawkey Way

    Far From Yawkey Way
    I’m a Yankees fan but I wish the Red Sox well, I guess. I mean, they have some fairly talented players. They have a decent manager with what’s-his-name, some pretty good pitchers, a couple of guys who can hit the ball and an owner who’...
  • Matteo Trentin wins Tour de France Stage 14; Chris Froome leads race

    Matteo Trentin wins Tour de France Stage 14; Chris Froome leads race
    LYON, France -- Italian cyclist Matteo Trentin timed his finish perfectly to win the hilly 14th stage of the Tour de France, while Chris Froome preserved his overall lead by staying in the pack on Saturday. Froome and the other main contenders were more...
  • Tour de France: Chris Froome is ahead, trailed by doping suspicions

    Tour de France: Chris Froome is ahead, trailed by doping suspicions
    As the Tour de France enters its 16th stage Tuesday, five things to know: 1. THE HOME STRETCH: Chris Froome is on the cusp of Tour de France victory. After Monday's rest day, the 28-year-old Briton is set to embark on six final stages in defense of...