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Severna Park Girls Basketball: A Day In The Life 2016

Written by Katie DeFeo | January 13, 2016

Video by Katie DeFeo

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Green Hornets' Judy Tacyn To Receive Award For Volunteer Work

Written by Colin Murphy | January 12, 2016

In December, Green Hornets softball commissioner Judy Tacyn was selected by the Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Advisory Board as the recipient of the esteemed Rob Blake Award.

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Powerball Frenzy: Record-Setting Jackpot Tops $1.5 Billion

Written by Rob Odle | January 07, 2016

With a world-record-breaking jackpot estimated at $1.5 billion dollars, people across the country are scrambling to scribble their birthdays, wedding anniversaries and luckiest numbers onto Powerball tickets in an attempt to go home with some cold hard cash on January 13.

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Examining Some Of Maryland’s Funny Laws

Written by Zach Sparks | January 06, 2016

Have you ever sold a dog or cat under the age of 8 weeks without including its mother in the exchange? Have you abandoned a grocery cart on a street or in an alley? If so, you were committing a crime in Maryland.

Using the State’s Attorney’s Office website and the Maryland General Assembly website, we compiled a list of laws – some strange and some just useful – that can easily trip up the average law-abiding citizen.

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Tracing The Route From Nazareth To Bethlehem

Written by Dylan Roche | December 23, 2015

I found myself thinking recently about what the journey to Bethlehem would have been like for Mary and Joseph, so I decided to do a little bit of research. The first thing to do — as any 21st-century traveler would know — was to pull up Google Maps and take a look at what the modern walking path would be between Nazareth and Bethlehem. I mean, I know that civilization has changed in the past 2,000 years, but the distance is still the same (and much of the terrain, too, I imagine).

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Orioles’ Aggressive Offseason Needs Emphatic Conclusion

Written by Zach Sparks | December 21, 2015

Baltimore Orioles fans are used to sluggish offseasons. During free agency last year, the team lost reigning home run champion Nelson Cruz to the Seattle Mariners, longtime right fielder and fan favorite Nick Markakis to the Atlanta Braves and filthy southpaw reliever Andrew Miller to the Evil Empire, also known as the New York Yankees.

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Letters With Santa

Written by Dylan Roche | December 21, 2015

While I was out and about this weekend covering holiday activities, I happened to have a conversation with an acquaintance who is the friend of a friend of a friend of one of Santa’s elves (I know, small world, right?).

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The MVP's Ball-Handling Workout

Written by Colin Murphy | December 21, 2015

This video is several years old, but it reveals some of the training techniques of the NBA’s current MVP, Steph Curry. There are no shortage of dribbling drills out there, and Curry’s ball-handling drills that combine the basketball and tennis ball are a great way to improve instinct, reaction times, vision and hand-eye coordination.”

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Northeast Seeks New Varsity Football Coach

Written by Colin Murphy | December 21, 2015

Northeast High School is in the process of selecting a new varsity football coach. Anyone interested in this position may contact the Athletic Director at the following email address and include their resume and application:

Ken Miller
Athletic Director Northeast High School
kfmiller@aacps.org

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You Waited How Long?!

Written by Rob Odle | December 18, 2015

Eager Fans Await Their Chance To See “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

Curling around the wall from the ticket taker to the exits doors, a line of antsy and excited “Star Wars” fans waited their turn to nudge into the theater.

The magic words were uttered (“OK, I can take your tickets now”), practically forcing one participant of the packed queue to yell, “We’re moving!”

The line of about 30 people shuffled slowly into the theater at 2:15pm. The crowd was clearly excited, but not as much as they would be at 3:00pm when the show actually began.

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