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  • Brady Acker's grand slam lifts Maryland over Arkansas, 5-1, in Heartland Classic

    Brady Acker's grand slam lifts Maryland over Arkansas, 5-1, in Heartland Classic
    Brady Acker (Atholton) hit a grand slam in the top of the first inning Wednesday as Maryland won, 5-1, over Arkansas in the Heartland Classic baseball tournament in Norman, Okla. Ryan Selmer (Riverdale Baptist) earned the victory after allowing one...
  • Man charged in Orioles' game assault says more to story

    Man charged in Orioles' game assault says more to story
    A man charged with critically injuring a spectator at an Orioles game contends he was defending himself during an altercation, his lawyer said, citing information in a police report that raises "questions over who was the true aggressor." Jeremy...
  • After Camden Yards assault, Orioles fans speak out

    After Camden Yards assault, Orioles fans speak out
    In the aftermath of a Camden Yards fight that left a Maryland man with severe head injuries, Orioles fans have turned to radio talk shows, Twitter, Facebook and office watercoolers to express their outrage. The alleged assault of lifelong Yankees fan...
  • Maryland panel approves hospital rate increase

    Maryland panel approves hospital rate increase
    A state panel voted unanimously Wednesday to increase the rates hospitals can charge by 1.65 percent, but the medical institutions say the amount is inadequate and will collectively drive hospitals into the red. The Maryland Hospital Association said the...
  • Five for your planner: Sunday, June 2

    Five for your planner: Sunday, June 2
    1. Croquet, anyone? Scoops & Wickets will be from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at Brook Lane’s main campus, off Leitersburg-Smithsburg Road, Hagerstown.  Croquet, bocce ball, barrel train rides, petting zoo, inflatable, face painting,...
  • Sequester could close towers at five state airports, LaHood says

    Five regional and local airports could see their control towers close on April 1 if across-the-board spending cuts take effect next week Friday, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Friday. Hagerstown Regional Airport and Salisbury-Ocean City...
  • National Archery in the Schools Program hits the target

    National Archery in the Schools Program hits the target
    John Leck will never forget the look on the face of the paralyzed boy sitting in his wheelchair. When the arrow left the bow that had been strapped onto the eighth-grader's arm, a mixture of wonder and excitement was apparent as he watched it sail...
  • Rose Marie Prouser January 3, 1948 - January 1, 2013

    Rose Marie[Henderson] Prouser of Burbank, California died January 1, 2013 at home, under hospice care, after a four-year battle with brain cancer. She was born in Bay City, Michigan on January 3, 1948 to Paul and Marie Henderson. She had also been a...
  • Maryland's state parks help drive local economies

    Maryland's state parks help drive local economies
    The new green at Maryland's state parks is cash, and lots of it. This has been a banner year for the 66 parks, which logged nearly 11 million visitors by early December, 1.1 million more than at the same point last year. Long the destination of day...
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  • Volleyball Player of the Year: Trisha Mockapetris, Centennial, hitter, senior

    Volleyball Player of the Year: Trisha Mockapetris, Centennial, hitter, senior
    Trisha Mockapetris Centennial, hitter, senior After Centennial lost the first set, 25-20, to North Hagerstown in the Class 3A state championship Nov. 16 at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum, the team was quickly pulled to one side of the...