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Disorderly Patron, Solar Flare, Found Grenade: Weird Maryland News

Disorderly Patron, Solar Flare, Found Grenade: Weird Maryland News

A Confederate flag that showed up at a high school football game was also among the unusual headlines.
Shocking Ray Rice Video, Nationwide Reaction: Week in Review

Shocking Ray Rice Video, Nationwide Reaction: Week in Review

The past week was a tumultuous one for the Baltimore Ravens, their fans, the NFL and now former Ravens star Ray Rice.
Schools to Seek Extension of Immunization Deadline

Schools to Seek Extension of Immunization Deadline

County schools will not turn away students Monday because they are not current on vaccinations. Free clinics for shots begin next week.
GOOD NEWS! Crash Survivor Thanks Rescuers, Beauty After Storm Pic, $31M University Gift + Biz Appreciation Week

GOOD NEWS! Crash Survivor Thanks Rescuers, Beauty After Storm Pic, $31M University Gift + Biz Appreciation Week

Plus, restaurant sales to charity, MD Food Bank drive + Star Spangled Spectacular were among this week's best news.
Campaign Finance Complaints Stack Up as Maryland's Election Day Nears

Campaign Finance Complaints Stack Up as Maryland's Election Day Nears

Candidates for Maryland governor accuse one another of wrongdoing.
Gov. O'Malley Asks Hispanic Lawyers for Help With State's Refugee Children

Gov. O'Malley Asks Hispanic Lawyers for Help With State's Refugee Children

Maryland has accepted 2,804 children this year, the largest number of refugees per capita of any state in the U.S.
$31M Gift, Presidential Traffic Snarl, Whooping Cough Spreads + Accused Mom Tried to Revive Kids

$31M Gift, Presidential Traffic Snarl, Whooping Cough Spreads + Accused Mom Tried to Revive Kids

Plus, Baltimore Orioles' Chris Davis suspended, fatal Joppa crash, food drive, featured homes for sale + other Maryland Patch stories.
Oculus CEO's $31M Gift to UMD Is Largest in University History

Oculus CEO's $31M Gift to UMD Is Largest in University History

Brendan Iribe, a Maryland native who made a fortune selling his company to Facebook, is financing a computer science building on campus.
AutoZone Collecting Food for Maryland Food Bank

AutoZone Collecting Food for Maryland Food Bank

The AutoZone store in Pasadena is a drop-off site Saturday for the Maryland State Highway Administration's Stuff a Truck event.
County to Offer Free Vaccine Clinics for Students

County to Offer Free Vaccine Clinics for Students

Anne Arundel County students who do not have state-mandated vaccinations will be kept out of class starting Sept. 15.
Solar Storm: Internet, GPS Problems May Flare Up

Solar Storm: Internet, GPS Problems May Flare Up

A major solar flare launched off the Sun this weekt potentially unleashing a geomagnetic storm that could interrupt communications.
#NeverForget, Student Death, Ravens React, Purse Grabber, Job Openings

#NeverForget, Student Death, Ravens React, Purse Grabber, Job Openings

Plus, kidnapper sentenced, community service director resigns, weekend road closures and other stories from Maryland Patches.
Ravens Leaders on Ray Rice Case: 'We All Failed'

Ravens Leaders on Ray Rice Case: 'We All Failed'

The top management for the NFL team, as well as current and former players, have shared disappointment in Ray Rice on social media.
Weekend Traffic Alert: Two Southbound MD 2 Lanes Closed

Weekend Traffic Alert: Two Southbound MD 2 Lanes Closed

Plan ahead for traffic snags near the intersection of Solomons Island Road and Central Avenue.
#NeverForget: Where Were You on 9/11?

#NeverForget: Where Were You on 9/11?

“Seeing plane coming right at me. No one knew what had happened.” Tell us your 9/11 experience.
Prosecutor: Rice Wouldn't Have Faced Jail Time, Even if Convicted

Prosecutor: Rice Wouldn't Have Faced Jail Time, Even if Convicted

A New Jersey prosecutor says former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice likely would've been put on probation for assaulting his fiancee.
#NeverForget Anne Arundel County Commemorates 9/11

#NeverForget Anne Arundel County Commemorates 9/11

See posts from Anne Arundel County police and fire about the anniversary.
NFL Taps Former FBI Director to Lead Investigation into Rice Case

NFL Taps Former FBI Director to Lead Investigation into Rice Case

Probe comes after conflicting reports around video of former Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulting his then-fiancee.
Judge Order a Shocker, Confederate Flag Furor, Tall Ships + Ray Rice Jersey Exchange

Judge Order a Shocker, Confederate Flag Furor, Tall Ships + Ray Rice Jersey Exchange

Plus, father of family lost in crash thanks emergency workers, weather alert, newest homes for sale + other stories from Maryland Patches.
Punch Costs Ray Rice Millions in Salary, Endorsements

Punch Costs Ray Rice Millions in Salary, Endorsements

Companies from Baltimore car dealer CarBiz to Nike have cut ties with disgraced former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice.