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  1. In letter to fans, former Orioles manager Buck Showalter describes...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | The Maryland Gazette

    Former Orioles manager Buck Showalter wrote a letter to the fans Friday outlining all he loved and would miss about Baltimore, five weeks after he was dismissed with his contract expiring and two weeks after returning to the city to host his annual charity walk at Camden Yards . In the letter on BaltimoreBaseball.com , Showalter wrote of his fondest memories in Baltimore, how he felt when he arrived in 2010 and what he liked about the organization, the fans and life outside baseball.

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  2. Brooklyn Park High grad returns to hometown for art showcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 18 | The Maryland Gazette

    Artist and Brooklyn Park High School graduate Tony Gregory's exhibit 'Retroactive' is featured at the Chesapeake Arts Center in the Hal Gomer Gallery until Nov. 1. Artist and Brooklyn Park High School graduate Tony Gregory's exhibit 'Retroactive' is featured at the Chesapeake Arts Center in the Hal Gomer Gallery until Nov. 1. For photographer and artist Tony Gregory , showcasing his recent exhibit at Chesapeake Arts Center is a journey that has brought him full circle. Gregory graduated from Brooklyn Park High School in 1969 and counted art teacher, Hal Gomer, as his mentor.

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  3. Ravens legend Ray Lewis honored with Hall of Fame parade in BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    The speeches were over, City Hall was starting to clear out, and Mayor Catherine Pugh had cued the music from the Ravens ' marching band when the early-Saturday party in downtown Baltimore - Ray Lewis ' party - played one of the hits. "Let me get my dance music," Lewis interjected.

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  4. Road closures planned for Ray Lewis parade Saturday in BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Baltimore Ravens' Hall of Fame inductee Ray Lewis and his daughter, Diaymon Lewis wave to fans during last month's Canton parade honoring past NFL Hall of Famers and the inductees. A parade for Lewis in Baltimore will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. Baltimore Ravens' Hall of Fame inductee Ray Lewis and his daughter, Diaymon Lewis wave to fans during last month's Canton parade honoring past NFL Hall of Famers and the inductees.

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  5. Local medical device start-up raises funds to sell its hand-held transfusion device in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Sisu Global, a Baltimore-based start-up that develops medical technologies for developing nations, said it has raised the money to launch its first product, a low-cost transfusion device. The Hemafuse is a handheld, electricity-free auto-transfusion device that allows clinicians to reuse patients' own blood when they are hemorrhaging.

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  6. Baltimore to hold parade to honor Ravens' Hall of Famer Ray Lewis on Sept. 22Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    A parade through Baltimore to celebrate former Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis ' induction into the Hall of Fame last month is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 22, the Ravens announced via Twitter on Wednesday morning.

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  7. 'I thank God that he's going to be OK': Ravens' Kaare Vedvik out of hospital after assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Rookie kicker and punter Kaare Vedvik is out of the hospital and doing well in his recovery from injuries he suffered early Saturday morning, Ravens special teams coordinator and associate head coach Jerry Rosburg said Thursday. A police report indicated that Vedvik had been assaulted.

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  8. Police report: Ravens kicker Kaare Vedvik does not remember his Saturday assault in BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik was out in Fells Point before he was assaulted early Saturday, but he does not remember the circumstances that led to his assault, according to a police report. Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik was out in Fells Point before he was assaulted early Saturday, but he does not remember the circumstances that led to his assault, according to a police report.

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  9. Ravens kicker Kaare Vedvik is recovering well, though reason for injuries still unclear, says sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    The sister of Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik said her older brother is recovering well but that his family in Norway do not know yet what caused the injuries he suffered in Baltimore over the weekend. Reached by telephone at her home in Stavanger, Norway, Louise Vedvik said she spoke with her brother on Monday morning.

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  10. Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik found injured in East Baltimore, hospitalized at Shock TraumaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik was being treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, the hospital confirmed. Ravens rookie kicker Kaare Vedvik was being treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being found injured in East Baltimore early Saturday morning, police and the hospital confirmed.

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  11. 19 Anne Arundel schools have too much lead in water, tests showRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    At least 19 Anne Arundel County public schools have unacceptably high levels of lead in their water, according to results from the first tests conducted under a new state law. While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there is no safe level of lead exposure, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommends water be shut off at any faucet where lead levels exceed 20 parts per billion.

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  12. North County: Local business owner 'lived the American dream'Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Vince's Produce and Nursery owner Vincent Lamartina passed away July 18, just two months shy of his 94th birthday. Vince's Produce and Nursery owner Vincent Lamartina passed away July 18, just two months shy of his 94th birthday.

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  13. Linthicum residents push to close light rail stops with ralliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Some Linthicum residents received letters from County Executive Steve Schuh announcing his request to Maryland Department of Transportation secretary Pete K. Rahn to close the Linthicum light rail and nearby stops. Some Linthicum residents received letters from County Executive Steve Schuh announcing his request to Maryland Department of Transportation secretary Pete K. Rahn to close the Linthicum light rail and nearby stops.

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  14. Pappas seafood company opening at M&T Bank StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 16, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Pappas Seafood, a Baltimore family business known for its crab cakes and for having a fan in Oprah Winfrey , will open a new location at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday. The stand will hold its soft launch during the Ravens training camp practice, which starts at 6 p.m. The booth is located in Section 123 next to local deli favorite Attman's.

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  15. Ravens' Brandon Williams visits Maryland Food Bank Summer Club: 'I...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams talks to children about nutrition at Shady Spring PAL Center in Rosedale. Ravens defensive tackle Brandon Williams talks to children about nutrition at Shady Spring PAL Center in Rosedale.

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  16. Del. Ted Sophocleus died Friday. He could still win his House seat in Anne Arundel.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 12, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Sophocleus, who served in the House of Delegates since 1993, died Friday after being hospitalized in Baltimore. But the veteran lawmaker's name will still appear on primary election ballots along with six other Democrats competing to represent District 32. It's far too late to reprint ballots to remove Sophocleus' name, said Maryland Board of Elections officials.

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  17. 50 yards 50 states mows through LinthicumRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Rodney Smith Jr., visited the Linthicum home of the Gruzinski family Tuesday to cut their grass as part of his 50 State, 50 Lawns, initiative. Rodney Smith Jr., visited the Linthicum home of the Gruzinski family Tuesday to cut their grass as part of his 50 State, 50 Lawns, initiative.

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  18. Macy's Backstage to open in White Marsh Mall and Annapolis MallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Macy's Backstage, the department store chain's growing off-price, store-within-a-store concept, will open within Macy's in White Marsh Mall and Westfield Annapolis Mall in June. The retailer announced the Baltimore-area Macy's Backstage openings Monday, along with others that will open in Centre at Salisbury in Salisbury and St. Charles Towne Center in Waldorf.

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  19. Downtown Partnership of BaltimoreRead the original story

    May 30, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    Geppi's Entertainment Museum, a pop-culture treasure trove next to Camden Yards since 2006, will be closing after Sunday, with owner Steve Geppi donating much of his historic collection of memorabilia to the Library of Congress. "As a Baltimorean, you might think to yourself, 'We're losing a museum,' but Washington's only 40 miles away - it's not going very far," said Geppi, 68, who opened the museum, with its treasure trove of vintage comic books and other pop-culture items, in September 2006 on the second floor of the historic Camden Station.

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  20. Schuh proposes buying Brooklyn Park landfill for schools, park in north countyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | The Maryland Gazette

    County Executive Steve Schuhannounces that Anne Arundel County is in negotiations to buy a 100+ acre parcel of property for a future school site and/or regional park in the Brooklyn Park/North County area. Anne Arundel County would get a new regional park and school complex under a $28 million dollar plan announced Thursday to buy a 100-year-old landfill at the county's northern edge.

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