Archive for: November 2007

November 19, 2007

Threat at Towson U. campus

Filed under: Breaking News, Higher Ed, Baltimore County - 19 Nov 2007

From the Towson University website:
Anonymous threat for Mon., Nov. 19 Updated: 8:04 PM 11/18/07

University police and local law enforcement agencies are actively investigating an anonymous threat to the University community. The threat specified harmful action would take …

November 8, 2007

Armed man barricaded inside house

Filed under: Crime, Breaking News, Baltimore City - 08 Nov 2007

Around 2 this morning, Baltimore city police encountered a man with a sawed off shotgun in the 2300 block of Allendale Road. There was an exchange of gunfire and police believe the man is still barricaded in a …

November 6, 2007

Congratulations to Heather Dinich

Filed under: College Sports, College Football, Blogs, Baltimore Sun - 06 Nov 2007

Heather Dinich of the Sun confirmed yesterday that this is her last week covering the Terps beat for the paper and the blog. She is leaving for a new job with covering ACC football. I’d like to send …

November 5, 2007

A.M. Baltimore, 11/5/07

Filed under: News, Local News - 05 Nov 2007

Good Morning! Today’s weather forecast is calling for a high near 60 with mostly sunny skies and winds of 5-10 mph. Tonight there will be scattered rain turning into showers later overnight with a low in the lower 40s …

November 3, 2007

Navy snaps streak against Irish

Filed under: College Football, USNA - 03 Nov 2007

usna.gifNavy ended a 43-year losing streak against Notre Dame as the Midshipment defeated the Irish 46-44 in Triple Overtime today. Stay tuned for more college football news.

Navy trails Notre Dame at the half

Filed under: College Football, USNA, UMCP - 03 Nov 2007

Navy is down 21-14 to Notre Dame at the half. The Irish scored a touchdown just before halftime to take the lead. Navy is attempting to end its losing streak against Notre Dame that dates back to the Staubach era.

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