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William Donald Schaefer, governor and mayor, dies

Championed Harborplace, Camden Yards, the National Aquarium and other projects that changed the face of Baltimore

Posted 4/18/11 by The Aegis, The Record

Design to begin on new Harford animal shelter UPDATED

$4 million facility will remain on Humane Society's property in Fallston

Posted 5/18/11 by The Aegis

Steep increase in Maryland tolls proposed

Bay Bridge users, commuters would see first hikes in decades

Posted 5/12/11 by The Aegis, The Record

Shots reported fired in Forest Hill neighborhood

Deputies take one woman into custody

Posted 5/09/11 by The Aegis

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Woman, girl struck and seriously hurt in Catonsville hit-and-run

Woman, girl struck and seriously hurt in Catonsville hit-and-run

Two pedestrians, a woman and a girl, were seriously injured Friday night in Catonsville when they were struck by a vehicle that then left the scene, a Baltimore County police spokeswoman said. Both suffered life-threatening injuries, Officer Jennifer Z. Peach said. The victims were crossing North...

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Duke’s Zion Show has successful NCAA Tournament debut

Duke’s Zion Show has successful NCAA Tournament debut

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Zion Williamson sat in his hotel room the night before his NCAA Tournament debut pondering his shot to play on the biggest stage in college basketball. "Wow," the 18-year old said, "I'm really here." With a CBS camera dedicated to his every move, the most prolific NCAA player had...

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    Asteroids: a bigger threat than climate change?

    This month, hundreds of thousands of students participated in a world-wide “Walkout for Climate Change,” an effort to bring about more action to combat the negative effects humans are having upon the planet. I honestly commend them for their efforts. That said, the world is facing a far greater...

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    Witcover: The seemingly endless campaign

    The epidemic of 2020 Democratic presidential candidates that has already broken out, not to mention at least one Republican challenge to President Trump, assures a marathon slow dance to next year's national party conventions. By the time the Democratic National Committee holds its first presidential...

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    Goldberg: Beto-mania a prime example of our cult-of-personality politics

    Robert "Beto" O'Rourke's biggest fans and supporters insist he is a forward-thinking, future-oriented visionary, but no contender for the Democratic nomination feels more familiar than the former three-term congressman from El Paso. That's because he has the highest combined score in both déjà...

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    Unfair advantages are the rule in college admissions, not the exception

    The late, brilliant comedian Joan Rivers’ favorite catchphrase was “Grow up!” It was said in jest, but meant in earnest to wake her shocked audiences from their stupor long enough to realize that her comedic targets were doing horrible things all the time. It is in this same spirit that I urge...

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