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January 9, 2011
Ravens 30, Chiefs 7 Fourth quarter: 4:26 Baltimore Touchdown - Willis McGahee up the middle for 25 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Ravens 23, Chiefs 7 Third quarter: 0:27 Baltimore Touchdown - 4-yard pass from Joe Flacco to Anquan Boldin. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Ravens 16, Chiefs 7 Third quarter: 4:20 Baltimore Field Goal - 29-yarder by Billy Cundiff. Ravens 13, Chiefs 7 Third quarter: 6:36 Baltimore Field Goal - 29-yarder by Billy Cundiff.
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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2014
The longtime head of the Mayor's Office of Employment Development plans to retire in January. Karen Sitnick, 64, who has worked for the city for more than 30 years, was appointed director of the $24.9 million, 191-person agency in 2000. During her tenure, the department worked with the city school system and the Johns Hopkins University to establish schools with a focus on careers and equipping students with work experience. She launched Baltimore's Youth Opportunity program in 2000, focused on connecting at-risk youth with a suite of services, from academic support and job training to health care.
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By SPORTS NETWORK | October 11, 2010
INDIANAPOLIS — Mike Hart rushed for the only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter as the Colts kept the Chiefs out of the end zone to knock off the last remaining unbeaten team 19-9. Peyton Manning had a pedestrian day, completing 26 of 44 passes for 244 yards with an interception for the Colts (3-2), who rebounded from a last-second loss at Jacksonville in Week 4. Hart and Joseph Addai each rushed for 50 yards, Reggie Wayne led the receiving corps with 75 yards on six grabs, and Indy's defense held Kansas City to 261 total yards.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
Jacob M. "Jack" Schmulowitz, a retired Social Security Administration division chief, died of kidney failure Wednesday at Sinai Hospital. He was 85. The son of Polish immigrants Julius Schmulowitz, a baker, and Lillie Schmulowitz, a homemaker, Jacob Martin Schmulowitz was born in New York City and raised in the Bronx. He was a graduate of William Howard Taft High School in the Bronx, where his classmates included singer Eydie Gorme and Stanley Kubrick, the film director and screenwriter.
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By Matt Vensel | November 29, 2011
The Kansas City Chiefs have released former Ravens offensive tackle Jared Gaither. The 6-foot-9 left tackle signed with the Chiefs this summer after he and the Ravens parted ways. He was active for 10 games this season, but was a backup to Chiefs starter Branden Albert. Gaither subbed in for Albert during Sunday night's 13-9 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers and was flagged for a false start on his very first play . Gaither will be placed on waivers and any team can put in a claim for the enigmatic lineman.
SPORTS
October 3, 2012
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 30, Chiefs 10 Ravens are rested, loving the no-huddle offense and vowing to become more punishing on defense again. Chiefs' offense has looked so bad fans are actually clamoring for Brady Quinn to replace Matt Cassel at quarterback. Yes, that Brady Quinn. Edward Lee Ravens 23, Chiefs 14 Jamaal Charles is the type of running back who can give defenses headaches. But the Chiefs' one-dimensional offense will eventually stall, and Ray Rice should find success on the ground.
SPORTS
October 8, 2012
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh talks after the Ravens' 9-6 win over the Chiefs. (J. Matthew Rhea/for The Baltimore Sun)
SPORTS
By Kent Babb, The Kansas City Star | January 5, 2011
Many club level seats were empty in the third quarter of Sunday's final regular season home game against Oakland. One ticketholder said many fans prefer to socialize inside the club level's renovated mezzanine. Others simply stay home. When Chiefs executive Mark Donovan arrived in Kansas City last year, he was facing a worst-case scenario. The team was mired in the worst period of losing in franchise history, the nation's economy had tanked, and work had begun on a major renovation to Arrowhead Stadium that would cost $375 million — an investment that, in part, would pay itself off with luxury seating in a high-dollar club level.
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By Adam Teicher, The Kansas City Star | January 6, 2011
— The entire football-watching world knows about the Baltimore defense that will play against the Chiefs on Sunday in a first-round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. The Ravens are big and physical, tough against the run and feature four Pro Bowlers, including fiery linebacker Ray Lewis. The defensive Chiefs are still a mystery, even in their own locker room. Several defensive players, asked the identity of their unit, had different answers. The Chiefs have no defensive Pro Bowl players.
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July 29, 2010
I find it hard to fathom that just one month ago, the City Council and mayor just couldn't find the funds to support our city firefighters and police officers, and now suddenly funds have magically appeared to provide raises for deputy chiefs of the fire department ("City fire chief seeks raise for top officers," July 24). What a slap in the face to the men and women who risk their lives daily to protect this city. The justification from the fire chief is these raises are needed to achieve salary equity and attract candidates to fill the positions.
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By Jonathan Pitts and The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2014
The director of Baltimore's African-American history museum on Thursday defended his decision to bar a civil rights leader from an event marking the 50th anniversary of landmark legislation after she questioned the decision to include a convicted murderer among the honorees. A. Skipp Sanders, executive director of the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, said he barred Helena Hicks, 80, from the premises last week because he "could not be assured that she would be respectful and courteous to other panel members and in the presence of our audience" and "she might not be tolerant.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
There's a pretty solid chance that the Ravens' scouting report on the Indianapolis Colts' offense includes a few bolded reminders about how dangerous wide receiver T.Y. Hilton can be as a deep threat. Hilton is one of the fastest wide receivers in the NFL, having run the 40-yard dash in 4.34 seconds. “We just can't let him take the top off the defense,” Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees said. Hilton emerged last season as a pivotal figure in the Colts' offense, catching a career-high 82 passes for 1,083 yards and six touchdowns.
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By Jacques Kelly and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Walter Evan Black Jr., a retired chief judge of the U.S. District Court for Maryland who ruled against the city of Baltimore in its efforts to acquire the Colts after the team moved to Indianapolis, died of complications from Parkinson's disease Monday at his Easton home. The former Roland Park-area resident was 88. During a lengthy career, he ruled against Baltimore in 1985 when it attempted to acquire the Colts football franchise by condemnation. In his ruling, he said the city did not have the power to take the franchise because the team had moved on the night of March 29, 1984, before the day the city had filed its suit.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2014
The NFL sent a memo to every owner and team president today denying a report that it had received a video in April of former Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee inside a casino elevator. The Associated Press report Thursday night said a video of the February incident was sent by an anonymous law enforcement official to NFL security chief Jeffrey Miller. Rice's $35 million contract was terminated by the Ravens when a video of the punch surfaced on TMZ on Sept. 8. The NFL issued the following denial to owners and team presidents in this memo obtained by The Baltimore Sun: "Our office has found absolutely no evidence to support the claim of the anonymous 'law enforcement source' that he sent a video to the NFL office or that he received a telephone call to his 'disposable cell phone' from an unidentified female using an NFL line.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
The chairman of the committee seeking to bring the 2024 Summer Olympics to the Washington area said Thursday that he is intrigued by the possibility that an Olympic stadium could be built on the RFK Stadium site, perhaps becoming the future home of the NFL's Redskins. "When the ownership of the Washington NFL team talked about looking, that's probably one of the places they'd like to look, so that's something we'd like to understand better," said Russ Ramsey, who has been visiting other potential Olympic venues in Maryland and around the region.
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By John Fritze and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough said Sunday that President Obama was "shocked" by the video of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice hitting his then fiancee and a Democratic senator called the National Football League's handling of the situation "outrageous. " Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, who has become an advocate on the issue of sexual harassment in the military -- as well as sexism in Congress -- said that the Ravens and the league should have taken faster action in dealing with Rice.
SPORTS
By Randy Covitz, Kansas City Star | August 4, 2011
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — While instructing the Chiefs quarterbacks, Jim Zorn ducked and dipped his shoulders, shifted his hips, pump-faked the football and nimbly moved his feet. It was just as he did in his days as a scrambling passer for the expansion Seattle Seahawks. And just as he was depicted in a poster on the bedroom wall of a young Todd Haley. "I thought he was a cool lefty who played hard and looked cool in the new-fangled Seattle uniform …" Haley said admiringly of Zorn, the Chiefs' new quarterbacks coach.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2014
Roy L. Barker, a retired Chessie System chief clerk and World War II veteran, died Sept. 2 at Oak Crest Village in Parkville of complications from a stroke. He was 91. The son of Murvin Barker, a city police officer, and Marie Barker, a homemaker, Roy Lyman Barker was born in Baltimore and raised in Waverly. After graduating in 1941 from City College, he went to work as a clerk for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. He then joined the Army and trained with the 88th Glider Infantry in Sturgis, S.D. Mr. Barker then volunteered for parachute infantry school at Fort Benning, Ga. After completing jump school, he was assigned to the 515th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 13th Airborne Division.
NEWS
August 29, 2014
It's none of the Anne Arundel County police chief's business where his officers choose to donate their money ( "Arundel chief says he disagrees with union donation supporting Ferguson officer Aug. 22). Maybe he should have been concerned recently when New Jersey law enforcement personnel flooded a Maryland courtroom proceeding in support of their fellow cop who was charged (and found not guilty) with gunning down a citizen of this "Free State. " Bernard Helinski, Baltimore - To respond to this letter, send an email to talkback@baltimoresun.com . Please include your name and contact information.
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