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‘The Book Thing’ marks 10 years of donating books

National Volunteer Month is an ideal time to recognize people like Russell Wattenberg and volunteers who assist him.

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Baysox Seek Military Hero Nominations

Andrews Federal Credit Union Sponsoring Special Card Set

“We are very excited to bring this promotion back for a second season,” said Baysox Assistant General Manager Phil Wrye. “It was a great success last year and with our stadium’s close proximity to a number of military bases, there are many more men and women who deserve special recognition for their service. This card set giveaway is another great way to honor local Military Heroes.”

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CSM Athletics Director Earns Under Armour Athletic Director of Year for Junior, Community Colleges

Ruble was hired as CSM’s head volleyball coach in 1991. She became the college’s athletic director in 2001 and was named CSM’s director of Student Life and Athletics in 2007.

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2015 Draft Prospect Spotlight: Miami WR Phillip Dorsett

Dorsett is most dangerous from the slot position. He has the unique ability to be a serious vertical threat from the slot. A lot of the slot receivers today are smaller, shifty guys that can get open in a hurry because of their quickness. Dorsett pierces defenses on three routes from the slot position; the post, corner and nine route.

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Protesters block major Baltimore intersection

Baltimore protesters block major intersection.

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T.I.: 'We are calling for the death of our people to end'

CNN Tonight with Don Lemon and rappers, T.I and Kap G discuss police brutality and rap lyrics

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Goodbye 50% off: Deep discounts are ending

If you're like me, you rarely walk into stores until the 50% off signs pop up.

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America's transgender moment

A TV interview with Bruce Jenner, to air Friday, may add to the conversation

It's only April, but 2015 may be remembered as the year the term "transgender" fully entered mainstream consciousness.

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Don’t Wait, Vaccinate: Protect Infants from Deadly Diseases

Infants don’t receive their first dose of tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis vaccine until they are two months old, and they can’t receive a flu vaccine until six months.

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Ravens Marlon Brown Feels It Will Be a Big Year for the Receivers

“Steve Smith Sr. helped me a lot. Steve is a Hall of Famer.” Brown said. “I am a team guy. Small me, big team. I was taking notes because I know that the time was going to come and once it came, I had to be ready.”

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Proof that the Supreme Court got it wrong in Shelby

When the Supreme Court gutted a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act nearly two years ago in Shelby County v. Holder, many of us suspected that Chief Justice John Roberts in particular was distorting the severity of voting violations in jurisdictions covered by the act. As a popular GEICO commercial says, now we know.

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Freddie Gray death: Protests grow; cop union compares them to 'lynch mob'

Police union: "The images seen on television look and sound much like a lynch mob"

As protesters decrying Freddie Gray's death plan more rallies in Baltimore Thursday, anger is mounting over a police union's comparison of the protest to a "lynch mob."

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Technology in education: Research

Over the last group of weeks we have been covering Technology in Education which included insights into Education Technology Infrastructure, Research and E-Learning.

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Dr. Oz: 'We will not be silenced'

Dr.Oz response to critics.

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2015 Draft Spotlight: Alabama RB TJ Yeldon

Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon is surely a match for the Ravens. Yeldon was productive right from the start at Alabama

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Building Secure Futures, One Family at a Time

Many Americans think that they can’t afford life insurance, especially when some are struggling to balance the daily and monthly expenses that most households face. But life insurance is often more affordable than you might think.

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What is obesity costing you?

Sometimes celebrities or otherwise physically fit people will put on a fat suit and document their experience with a video camera, usually to be aired on a daytime talk show. The overall impression is universal: Being severely overweight is taxing on almost every level, says Dr. Eleazar Kadile, who specializes in treating patients with obesity and associated chronic disease.

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Jumping the Broom: Celebrating African American Weddings in Maryland

Call for Participation

Exhibition to Open at the Banneker-Douglass Museum in May 2016

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Study of more than 95,000 kids finds no link between MMR vaccine and autism

They also find no increased autism risk from vaccine for children with older siblings with autism

The vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella doesn't bring an increased risk of autism, according to a new study of more than 95,000 children.

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Indiana HIV outbreak linked to injection drug use

129 cases of HIV have been confirmed since mid-December

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence issued an executive order Monday to extend a public health emergency in his state in response to a rampant HIV outbreak that first began in mid-December.

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