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Parts of Kent Island and a few other places on the Eastern Shore were impacted by a possible tornado touch down overnight, according to…
07.24 / 18:09
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Frederick I. Scott Jr., the Johns Hopkins University’s first African-American undergraduate, who went into a successful career as an engineer and editor, died July 15 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from an infection. The Mount Vernon resident was 89. It began as a dare from s…
07.24 / 17:58
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A 16-year-old C. Milton Wright student has been charged as an adult in connection with the murder of his mother last week in their Bel Air home, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. Andrew Zaragoza was charged Saturday with first- and second-degree murder, first- and…
07.24 / 17:57
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A 16-year-old C. Milton Wright student has been charged as an adult in connection with the murder of his mother last week in their Bel Air home, according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office. Andrew Zaragoza was charged Saturday with first- and second-degree murder, first- and…
07.24 / 17:55
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Evelyn V. Spicer, a registered nurse who had worked at the Calvert School, died Friday from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at her home in the Woodbrook neighborhood of Baltimore County. She was 91. The daughter of Marcus M. “Max” Vogt and Grace Vogt, who owned and operated M.M. Vogt Har…
07.24 / 17:55
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CVS Pharmacy opened its first Maryland hearing center in an Ellicott City store, as part of the drug store chain’s move to capture more health related business in its retail outlets. The store, which sells and services hearing aids, is staffed by audiologists and can provide hearing s…
07.24 / 17:55
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Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre continues its 51st season on August 3 with “In The Heights,” written by the Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the Broadway sensation Hamilton. The show runs Thursdays to Sundays at 8:30 p.m. from August 3 to September 3. Tickets are $25 and are available online. This heartfelt musical tells the universal story [&#…
07.24 / 17:55
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Police responded to Nicolet Park at 21786 Bunker Hill Drive, Lexington Park, on Sunday, July 23,2017, at 2:oo p.m., for the report of a disturbance. SMNEWWSNET obtained a video that was streamed live on a Facbook page for 5 minutes and 45 seconds. The video shows a fight between two females while multiple people watched, two other females walked around during the fight with baseball bats insuring no one would interfere. The large crowd scattered as police arrived on the scene, and no…
07.24 / 17:55
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The 2017 WJZ, Orioles and MASN food drive saw a 32 percent increase in food…
07.24 / 17:55
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The Howard County Police Department is investigating an "accidental" shooting over the weekend that resulted in the death of a 21-year-old…
07.24 / 17:55
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The Democratic gubernatorial candidate notes that shortly after taking office, the governor proposed education funding changes that would have hit Baltimore City and Prince George's and Montgomery counties the…
07.24 / 17:55
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Shinoda shared a photo from 1997 or 1998 when they first asked Bennington to join the…
07.24 / 17:41
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Minus the Bear will open for the band for select…
07.24 / 17:41
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It’s another edition of Healthwatch , our monthly conversations with Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen . We’re going to discuss everything from the weekend’s dangerous heat to the hot drama on Capitol Hill as Senate Republican continue their struggle to repeal Obamacare . We’ll focus on the plans from the White House to cut essential public health budgets and the new private funding initiative to help Baltimore City fight the scourge of opioid addiction -- and new state funds…
07.24 / 17:10
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The parents of terminally ill British baby Charlie Gard have ended their legal fight to transport him to the U.S. for experimental treatment, concluding a months-long saga that has raised nearly $1.75 million and elicited support from Pope Francis and President Trump. The couple's lawyer, Grant Armstrong, told the London High Court that new medical tests have shown that the experimental treatment would not help at this point, according to The Associated Press. "It's too late for Charlie,"…
07.24 / 17:10
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William Rodowsky and Michael Bowman have joined Smith, Gildea & Schmidt LLC, a regional law firm with offices in Towson and Baltimore, as associates. Rodowsky becomes a member of the firm’s estates and trusts department. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and a member of the Baltimore County, Baltimore …
07.24 / 16:56
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Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP announced the election of three of its associates, Joshua D. Bradley, Harris W. Eisenstein and Brandon N. Mourges, as partners of the firm. Bradley represents banks, finance companies, secured and unsecured lenders in connection with loan workouts, bankruptcies, commercial collection matters and related litigation. His practice includes the restructuring of commercial loans and, …
07.24 / 16:56
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Clients need an attorney who will be upfront and communicate well. But you should still set reasonable expectations and be…
07.24 / 16:56
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The following is a sample of recent crimes and investigations handled by the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office.  Drug Arrests: July 11, 2017- Joseph White, 21, of District Heights was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine, CDS paraphernalia, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest July 15, 2017- Matthew Thomas Zibreg, 31, of Owings was arrested for Possession of Heroin and Paraphernalia July 16, 2017- Jason Riley, 36, of Prince Frederick was arrested for Possession of Zubsolv and (b…
07.24 / 16:54
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We're less than a month away from the first preseason…
07.24 / 16:54
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