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  • Library Schedules (Dec. 4-10)

    Westminster library branch The Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library, 50 E. Main St., Westminster, will offer the following programs this week. Registration is required only where noted. For more information, call 410-386-4488....
  • Commentary: Super Bowl gives New Orleans 'closure'

    The Super Bowl is back home. So is Ed Reed. In the early years of the Super Bowl, New Orleans was a regular stop on the circuit. Four times in the 1970s, it was played here, but since 2002 it's gone missing. Reed is delighted it has returned. "I can't...
  • Ravens ready for 'business trip'

    The Baltimore Ravens plan to be a bit more serious than most businessmen away from home for a week in New Orleans. "It will be very important for us to understand that this is a business trip first and foremost," coach John Harbaugh said Thursday. But...
  • Retiring Lewis, weary Flacco stand out in chaos of Ravens Super Bowl parade

    BALTIMORE - For 17 years, linebacker Ray Lewis was at the center of organized chaos on the football field. Linemen grappled in front of him. Defensive backs sprinted behind him. Just two days after winning Super Bowl XLVII in his final game, Lewis,...
  • In-demand Flacco to be part of Ravens Super Bowl parade

    Jerimiah and Megan Whitehead simply wanted to take their two children to see Walt Disney World this week. They got an added Baltimore Ravens bonus. The Whiteheads cheered on Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco while he took part in a post-Super Bowl parade at...
  • Prudential acquires Century 21 Heritage Realtors

    The parent of Prudential Homesale YWGC Realty's Westminster office has acquired York County Pennsylvania's Century 21 Heritage Realtors. The 36 Heritage agents and employees will now do business in Prudential Homesale's 28th office. This is the third...
  • Enhance trips to Camden Yards with these six budget-friendly activities

    While the Baltimore Orioles were making their improbable push for the playoffs last September, my wife and I decided to take in a tension-filled game against the Tampa Bay Rays. We showed up 30 minutes before first pitch. We left immediately after the...
  • The latest on Freddie Gray and Baltimore protests

    The latest on Freddie Gray and Baltimore protests
    A week after riots broke out in Baltimore following the funeral for Freddie Gray, the city looks to return to normal. A citywide curfew was lifted and National Guard has begun to withdraw troops. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Sunday lifted the...
  • The Latest: Arrested protester: Curfew law very egregious

    12:00 a.m. A woman with her hands in cuffs as she was being put into a police van told the media she was being arrested for a "very egregious curfew law. If they're doing this to me, they're going to do it to you." She said she had been part of the...
  • Event planners scramble to reschedule weddings, galas in the wake of Freddie Gray's death

    Event planners scramble to reschedule weddings, galas in the wake of Freddie Gray's death
    Harford County elementary school teacher Jim Javorsky had booked the Maryland Science Center in the Inner Harbor in late 2013 in preparation for marrying the love of his life, website designer Brian Andrews. Two hundred guests, half flying in from out of...
  • Where are the 'jobs, jobs, jobs?'

    Where are the 'jobs, jobs, jobs?'
    I'm so glad City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young recognizes the many problems facing Baltimore ("Solutions, not excuses, for Baltimore post Freddie Gray," April 30). These past days have been traumatic and have placed our city in an ugly...
  • The Baltimore I knew, and still love

    The Baltimore I knew, and still love
    When my husband and I lived in Baltimore, we often left our back door unlocked. The people who bought the house after us left the door unlocked, too. I know because when I went back to visit a neighbor, she opened the gate that adjoined the back...