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Maryland men’s lacrosse showed valuable midfield depth in its win over Ohio State

With Maryland men’s lacrosse trailing by one goal and about 2:30 remaining in Saturday’s game against then-No. 9 Ohio State, midfielder Kyle Long raced from behind the net to the side of the crease, trying to pick out a pass.


Measles Cases Grow Across U.S., 4 Reported In Maryland

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The U.S. is inching closer to an unwelcome record- there are now more than 600 measles cases reported. Four of those cases are in Maryland. The exposure risk has been limited to three locations in the Pikesville area- two markets and a location on Old Court Road, officials said.


Buckeyes Earn Three Titles, Women's Tennis Closes Regular Season, and Baseball Wins Series in Maryland

Buckeye excellence is not exclusive to the football field or the basketball court. Around the Oval is our way of keeping you informed of the amazing things happening with the other 34 varsity sports on campus.


Maryland softball rebounded from an error-laden Saturday to salvage a game vs. Penn State

By the end of the fourth inning in the first game of Maryland softball’s doubleheader Saturday, Penn State had plated eight unearned runs to open up a commanding 8-1 lead. Two errors by the Terps in the fourth had provided the Nittany Lions extra opportunities and baserunners, and they took advantag


Suspect Sought in a Robbery (Force and Violence) Offense: 1500 Block of Maryland Avenue, Northeast

This is a news release from the Washington Metropolitan Police Dept., provided verbatim. Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Fifth District seek the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect in reference to a Robbery (Force and Violence) offense that occurred on Sund


11-Year-Old Girl Killed in Go-Cart Crash in Calvert County, Maryland

An 11-year-old girl was fatally injured Sunday in a go-cart crash in Calvert County, Maryland. The girl was driving a go-cart with a 7-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl aboard in Dunkirk, Maryland, when it overturned, the Calvert County Sheriff's Office said.


As Maryland Gov. Hogan heads to New Hampshire amid 2020 buzz, new poll shows Trump's strength

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Kamala Harris. Julian Castro. John Delaney. Eric Swalwell. Bill Weld. So far this year, five presidential candidates have traveled to New Hampshire to speak at a “Politics and Eggs” series at a local college — an event considered a “must” stop for presidential candidates.


Maryland's Only Black-Owned Movie Theater Is Garnering Nationwide Attention

The only Black-owned movie theater in Maryland is attracting crowds nationwide and for good reason. The HuffPost reports Anthony Fykes and Robert Wright opened the only Black-owned movie theater in all of Maryland on March 7. At the time of the theater's opening, the co-owners didn't know how import


Darnell Savage’s athleticism makes him Maryland football’s top NFL Draft prospect

Darnell Savage Jr. was a three-year starter in Maryland football’s secondary. Now, he could be the first Terp defender drafted in the first round since 2005, when Shawne Merriman went 12th overall to the Chargers. Though undersized, Savage’s tantalizing athleticism has the safety shooting up draft b


University of Maryland Student Government Slammed for Holding BDS Vote During Passover

Jewish leaders have slammed the University of Maryland’s Student Government Association (SGA) for holding a vote on a pro-boycott resolution on April 24, in the middle of Passover.


REAL ID's to be mandatory for Maryland residents to catch flights in 2020

MARYLAND - Transportation Security Administration officials are beginning to spread the word that in October of 2020, it will be required to show a "REAL ID" before boarding a plane. A Maryland REAL ID has a star in a circle on the upper right hand corner, which officials say is hard to duplicate. T


Trump sues Maryland Rep. Cummings to block subpoena seeking president's financial records

President Donald Trump and his business organization on Monday sued Rep. Elijah Cummings — the House oversight committee chairman — alleging the Baltimore Democrat crossed a constitutional line with a subpoena to the president’s longtime accountant seeking years of financial statements.


Dump truck overturns, spills dirt on Capital Beltway in Maryland

Traffic on the Capital Beltway in Prince George’s County, Maryland, was significantly delayed Monday afternoon after a dump truck overturned and spilled dirt and other debris onto the roadway.


Softball Top 10: Severna Park’s Campbell Kline breaks Maryland career hits record

Severna Park senior Campbell Kline stood on third base in a game against Arundel earlier this season when Coach Meredith McAlister gave her the sign for a suicide squeeze. “The first time I gave her the signal, she gave me a little bit of side eye — not in a bad way, just like, ‘Is that what you jus


Maryland woman selling rare Babe Ruth card she found in family's antique piano

WESTERNPORT, Md. - A Maryland woman who found a rare Babe Ruth baseball card in her family’s antique player piano is about to cash in. Ellen Kelly, of Westernport, bought the piano at a family estate sale in 1992 for $25. When she noticed the pedal was sticking and the piano seemed out of tune, she


Lamont nominates Maryland woman to head PURA

HARTFORD — Gov. Ned Lamont has tapped Marissa Paslick Gillett of Baltimore, Maryland to head the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, or PURA, which regulates energy rates.


Maryland State Police participating in National Drug Take Back Day

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – Maryland State Police are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration to participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 27th. State police barracks throughout the state will be participating in this initiative, aimed at giving citizens a safe, convenien


Maryland Company Lets You Run on Solar Power Without Installing Panels

Even after he traded his life in the fast line for a spin in the bike lane, Stu Simon wanted to do more to slash his carbon footprint. "I've been looking around, what can I do without drastically changing my lifestyle, but to help things," Simon said.


Maryland officials join opposition to offshore seismic tests

April 22, 2019 — Maryland officials have joined a host of congressmen in opposing the Trump administration’s plan to start underwater seismic testing along the Atlantic coast, operations that could lead to increased domestic production of oil and gas, but also could be harmful to marine animals.


Sticker Shock At Maryland’s Gas Pumps

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — If you went to the gas pump this holiday weekend, you probably had some sticker shock as prices have jumped nearly a quarter in a month. Experts said it’s due to tightening supplies from the Middle East, motorists can’t help but notice.