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Ravens Lamar Jackson Starting At QB, Joe Flacco ‘Disappointed’
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Lamar Jackson will start as quarterback for the Ravens this Sunday when they face the Buccaneers, despite Joe Flacco being cleared to play. Coach John Harbaugh made the announcement Wednesday, saying Flacco will suit up Sunday, but that Jackson will start.
14-year-old charged as adult in Glen Burnie attempted murder case
A 14-year-old Glen Burnie resident is facing attempted murder charges after the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office told investigators to charge him as an adult following an alleged stabbing last month.
Severna Park holiday events reinvigorate spirit of community
Hundreds of colorful lights blinked on just as the Severna Park Elementary School Chorus’ performed “Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree” opposite the handsome evergreen in front of the Greater Severna Park and Arnold Chamber of Commerce’s offices Dec. 7.
Two teens shot at in car in Glen Burnie
GLEN BURNIE, Md. - A 18 year old was shot but a 17 year old is uninjured after two men shot at the teens while they sat in a car in Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County Police said.
Orioles tab Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde as new manager: Reports
The Baltimore Orioles, coming off an MLB-worst 115 losses in 2018, are turning to Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde to succeed Buck Showalter as manager, according to reports. The Athletic confirmed the hiring, after The Post’s Joel Sherman first reported the deal as close.
Dining Out: Broken Oar Bar and Grill, part of cultural fabric of Glen Burnie, serves up crowd pleasers
Around six o’clock in the evening, seven days a week, the Broken Oar Bar and Grill, perched in a small marina along Nabbs Creek in Glen Burnie area, gets very busy. The tables fill up quickly.The peppy background music is a spirit lifter for the singles and couples who crowd the bar. Three-generatio
Hogan makes ex-Anne Arundel County Executive Schuh new leader on opioids
Gov. Larry Hogan today announced a reshuffling of the top leadership in the state's campaign against opioid abuse, picking former Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh to be executive director of Maryland’s Opioid Operational Command Center. Schuh replaces Clay Stamp, who will return to Talbot C
Sex For Pills: Owings Mills Pharmacist Sentenced To 40 Months
BALTIMORE, MD — A man who formerly was an Owings Mills pharmacist was sentenced to 40 months in federal prison this week for conspiracy to distribute and disributing oxycodone. Prosecutors said that he gave oxycodone to women in exchange for sexual favors.
Trump No Longer Visiting Baltimore
Although President Trump is no longer coming to Baltimore tomorrow, he's still expected to hold a meeting about urban revitalization at the White House. Political Analyst John Dedie, is here to weigh in on the importance of this meeting for our city.
Three upcoming charity events in Baltimore this week
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Firefighters rescue trapped woman from Glen Burnie crash
GLEN BURNIE, Md. - Two people were sent to the hospital and one of them had to be rescued from their car on Friday after a crash in Glen Burnie. Firefighters responded to the crash just before 5 p.m. on Southbound I-97 around Wellham Avenue. When they arrived at the crash, they saw two pickup trucks
Pain Reliever Purchase Puts Glen Burnie Lottery Player in Winner’s Circle
Claims $50,000 top prize on Holiday Cash scratch-off game. His wife’s need to restock her supply of pain reliever put a Glen Burnie man in the right place at the right time to scoop up both her medicine and a $50,000-winning Holiday Cash scratch-off.
Baltimore Police To Hold Gun Buyback Events This Month
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City gun-owners are invited to trade their guns for cash at one of three Gun Buyback events hosted by the Baltimore Police Department. The events are being held Dec. 17, 19, and 21, from 12-8 p.m. at the following locations:
Where do Baltimore City Council members stand on Joel Fitzgerald, Mayor Catherine Pugh's police commissioner pick?
Joel Fitzgerald, the candidate selected as the next Baltimore police commissioner, needs to win a majority of 15 votes on the City Council to secure the job, but after a round of meetings with council members in late November, his confirmation is facing some initial opposition.
Driver Trapped When 2 Pickups Collide On I-97: Fire Officials
GLEN BURNIE, MD — A rear-end collision between two pickup trucks in the Glen Burnie area sent two people to area hospitals on Dec. 7, Anne Arundel County Fire Department officials said. One driver reportedly in the striking vehicle was trapped in her truck following the crash on southbound I-97 near
Teen Accused Of Killing Man Inside Model Home Held Without Bond
HANOVER, Md. (WJZ) — The 18-year-old man accused in the murder of a real estate sales representative inside a model home last week was held without bond Monday, following a court appearance.
Baltimore City Council delegation in Texas for closed-door meetings on police commissioner nominee
A delegation of four Baltimore City Council members and two staffers is in Texas for private meetings as part of the council’s vetting of police commissioner nominee Joel Fitzgerald.
13-Year-Old Among Victims Of Sunday’s 5 Shootings In Baltimore, 1 Man Dies
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There were five shootings in Baltimore Sunday, one involving a 13-year-old and another fatal shooting. The first shooting was at 10:15 a.m., when officers were called to the 1500 block of Charlotte Avenue for a report of a shooting.
5 New Glen Burnie Area Houses For Sale
GLEN BURNIE, MD — Looking for a new home, and want to get a better understanding of what's available near you? Need some help in your search? Thanks to our weekly list of new properties in your area, you can be sure you're not missing anything.
Baltimore Ravens’ Lamar Jackson says ankle is fine, Joe Flacco cleared for game action
KANSAS CITY — Injuries forced the Baltimore Ravens to turn to third-string quarterback Robert Griffin to heave an unsuccessful fourth-and-22 pass attempt at the end of Sunday’s overtime loss to the Chiefs.