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  • Area law enforcement to take part in global Tweet-a-Thon

    Area law enforcement to take part in global Tweet-a-Thon
    Baltimore-area police departments are among the law enforcement agencies worldwide expected to take in part Friday in the first Global Police Tweet-a-Thon on Twitter. Annapolis, Baltimore and Salisbury are among the departments in Maryland that are...
  • Five Maryland airport control towers to be closed next month

    Five Maryland airport control towers to be closed next month
    The Federal Aviation Administration plans to close five air traffic control towers in Maryland — among 149 nationwide — to comply with across-the-board budget cuts mandated by Congress, a move that could clog operations at BWI Marshall...
  • Harriet Tubman park to be on Maryland land she worked as a slave

    Harriet Tubman park to be on Maryland land she worked as a slave
    Abolitionist Harriet Tubman's struggle to help roughly 70 slaves escape to freedom using the Underground Railroad was remembered on Saturday at the groundbreaking of a Maryland state park in her honor. An escaped slave herself, Tubman toiled in bondage...
  • Death penalty repeal clears a key test vote in Senate

    Death penalty repeal clears a key test vote in Senate
    The Senate paused its debate of a bill that would make Maryland the 18th state in the nation to eliminate the death penalty after advocates of repeal won a key test vote.  Senators voted 27-19 Friday to reject an amendment that would have created an...
  • Herbert W. "Bill" Acker, accounting executive

    Herbert W. "Bill" Acker, accounting executive
    Herbert W. "Bill" Acker, a retired Price Waterhouse Coopers LLD regional managing partner, died Friday of kidney cancer at his Stone House Farm in Churchville. He was 70. Herbert William Acker — who was known as H. William "Bill" Acker —...
  • State men's lacrosse: No. 1 Loyola survives at Delaware

      Chris Layne took the ball after a Loyola timeout, dodged down the middle of the field and sent a high-to-low shot into the right side of the net with 4.4 seconds left to propel the top-ranked Greyhounds to a season-opening 9-8 win over host Delaware...
  • State women: Terps beat BC; Hawkins gets 1,000th rebound

    Alyssa Thomas scored a career-high 30 points and added 12 rebounds to lead No. 8 Maryland to an 86-61 win over host Boston College on Thursday night. Tianna Hawkins grabbed her 1,000th career rebound in the win. Hawkins scored 15 points, Malina Howard...
  • Maryland's Schwarzmann headlines 2013 women's Tewaaraton watch list

    Maryland's Schwarzmann headlines 2013 women's Tewaaraton watch list
    Maryland's Katie Schwarzmann, last year's Tewaaraton Award winner, headlines the early list of contenders for this year's top prize in college women’s lacrosse with the announcement Friday of the 2013 Tewaaraton Award watch list. Four of last...
  • First pool of men's Tewaaraton Award candidates announced

    First pool of men's Tewaaraton Award candidates announced
    The Tewaaraton Foundation released Friday its first list of candidates for the annual award, which is given to the top collegiate player. Colgate senior attackman Peter Baum, who won last year’s award, is in the pool as are 2012 finalists senior...
  • 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...
  • Military police headed to Afghanistan

    Military police headed to Afghanistan
    Maryland National Guard Sgt. Darren Lebowitz is leaving soon for Afghanistan as many U.S. troops return home. Lebowitz, who has served three tours in Iraq, volunteered for the mission. "I'm a glutton for punishment," he said as he trained Tuesday at...