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Two Dead In Baltimore Triple Shooting: Police

Two men were dead in a triple shooting in Baltimore over the weekend, authorities say. A 21-year-old and a 26-year-old male were pronounced dead, and a 28-year-old female is in stable condition after shots were fired on the 5300 block of Frankford Avenue shortly before 8 p.m., Sunday, June 26, according to Baltimore Police.
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Help police identify North Baltimore robbery suspects

BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Baltimore Police need the public's help identifying suspects wanted in connection to a North Baltimore robbery. Police released several photos on Monday in reference to a recent burglary in the 2500 block of Park Heights Terrace,. If you know the identities of these men, please contact...
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Troopers issue 21 citations, 23 warnings during I-695 sweep in Parkville/Carney

CARNEY, MD—On Saturday, the Maryland State Police performed a sweep of the northeast corner of I-695. Troopers from the Golden Ring Barrack conducted a speed and aggressive driving enforcement initiative on the beltway between the Loch Raven Boulevard and Belair Road exits. Officials say troopers issued 21 citations, 23 warnings, and 17 safety equipment repair orders during the sweep. Photo … Continue reading "Troopers issue 21 citations, 23 warnings during I-695 sweep in Parkville/Carney" The post Troopers issue 21 citations, 23 warnings during I-695 sweep in Parkville/Carney appeared first on Nottingham MD.
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Orioles promote prospects Colton Cowser, Coby Mayo to Double-A Bowie

The 2022 season has seen a number of Orioles prospects being promoted up through the minors already and more are coming. On Monday afternoon, the team announced that three players are getting bumped up from High-A Aberdeen to Double-A Bowie. That group is last year’s first and second round picks, Colton Cowser and Connor Norby, as well as 2020 fourth round pick Coby Mayo.

Baltimore Man Charged With Attempted Murder In April Shooting

A Baltimore man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after injuring a man in a shooting last April, authorities say. Ryshawn Ellison, 23, was arrested on June 9 after an investigation connected him to the shooting of a 23-year-old victim on the 500 block of North Glover Street on April 29, according to Baltimore Police.

Women Win $100K Lottery Scratch-Offs In Baltimore, Towson

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Two lottery players redeemed $100,000 prizes in Baltimore City and Towson last week, the Maryland Lottery said Monday. A 61-year-old woman was on her way to a doctor’s appointment, but she grabbed a $10 Mega 7s scratcher from Smith’s Place in East Baltimore before getting on the bus, the Lottery said. Baltimore City resident “Little T” plans to use her $100,000 Mega 7s win to buy a new home and car. (Maryland Lottery) The woman, a mother of three and grandmother of seven, scratched the winning ticket off on her bus, and then she asked the bus to stop and...

Cowser, Mayo and Norby advance, plus Orioles-Mariners notes

Minors Monday brought another round of prospect promotions this afternoon. The Orioles have moved outfielder Colton Cowser and infielders Coby Mayo and Connor Norby from high Single-A Aberdeen to Double-A Bowie. Sixteen of the organization’s top 17 prospects per are playing at the Double-A level or higher. Outfielder Heston...

MLB DFS: Orioles, Red Sox Top Leverage Stacks for Monday

We have a new page to offer where the sims will be updated throughout the day. You can find it here, the link will be the same every day (for bookmarking purposes), and all the tables are pre-sorted for you. STACK IT UP. Stack optimal probabilities are calculated using the...

Community organization creates petition opposing new White Marsh recycling facility

WHITE MARSH, MD—A new recycling facility has been proposed for the White Marsh area, and community members are voicing their concerns. Back in March, the White Marsh-Cowenton Community Association reported that PEH Organics Recycling, Inc. purchased the property located at 11235-11239 Philadelphia Road (formerly Vince’s Auto), with plans to operate it as an “Organic Recycling Facility.” With the Eastern Sanitary … Continue reading "Community organization creates petition opposing new White Marsh recycling facility" The post Community organization creates petition opposing new White Marsh recycling facility appeared first on Nottingham MD.

Maryland providing $1.7M in grants to support infrastructure and job training for offshore wind industry

In a measure to promote Maryland’s offshore wind capacity, the Maryland Energy Administration announced on Friday that they will be providing $1.7 million in grants to six local businesses and training centers, including the Baltimore City Public Schools system. The grant awards, supplied through the Maryland Offshore Wind Capital...

County Officials Unveil New ‘Welcome to Burtonsville’ Sign

Montgomery County officials unveiled one of two newly installed “Welcome to Burtonsville” signs next to the Burtonsville Town Square Shopping Center on Friday. The unveiled sign is located on the north side of Route 198 and in the 15000 block of Old Columbia Pike. The other sign is located on the south side of Route 198, directly across from the Idara Jaferia Islamic Center.
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MLB odds, predictions, picks today: Expert bets for Orioles, Marlins

Only nine games occupy the Monday MLB schedule, but three are catching the attention of expert bettors. All the information about to be presented is drawn from the Action Network PRO Report, which provides betting percentages and five “signals” — sharp money, big money, PRO systems, model edge and expert picks — that help distinguish certain plays.
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Apparently Baltimore’s Mayor Tried To Force The Wire To Stop Filming In His City And His Reason Was Hilarious

One of the difficult parts about producing HBO’s acclaimed police series The Wire is that the politicians and bureaucrats in Baltimore eventually got tired of the television show telling audience members how corrupt Baltimore could be. The Wire made incredible use of the streets, ports and school of Maryland’s largest city, and the cast praises the decision to film in Baltimore instead of Vancouver or Toronto pretending to be “Charm City.” But The Wire co-creator David Simon told CinemaBlend a very funny story about the show meeting resistance as they continued to tell stories, and what almost shut down their production.