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By KEN MURRAY | November 27, 1994
Win or lose in today's Grey Cup, there will be a "Welcome Home Rally" for the Baltimore CFLs tomorrow night at 7 at Memorial Stadium.The team's charter flight will leave Vancouver, British Columbia, tomorrow morning and is expected to arrive in Baltimore around 6:30 p.m.Governor-elect Parris N. Glendening and Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke have been invited to attend the rally, along with other city officials.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2014
Though seldom emerging from the steel-and-reinforced-concrete bunker under the Baltimore Sun building on North Calvert Street from which I direct news desk operations, I do occasionally appear in public. Two such occasions are near, with one on the horizon.  Tomorrow morning and a week from tomorrow I will be at the console of the once-mighty Casavant at Memorial Episcopal Church in Bolton Hill, accompanying the congregation during the 9:30 service.  More remotely, I have been invited to present a workshop at the Editors' Association of Canada's first international conference in Toronto, June 12-14, 2015.
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By FRANK ROYLANCE and FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger | March 8, 2008
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. tomorrow morning, so remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour or you'll find yourself an hour late for something tomorrow. This is the second year of the new, DST regime - three or four Sundays earlier than we're used to. Purists would prefer "Daylight Shifting Time," since the hour of evening daylight "saved" is stolen from our mornings. It will be April 16 before we recover our lost hour of morning sunshine.
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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | August 27, 2013
A power outage at Oakland Mills High School in Columbia has canceled all evening and after school activities on Tuesday, according to an email addressed to parents. The power outage is expected to be restored by tomorrow morning, according to the email.  #sigshell { padding: 10px; float: left; width: 320px; height: 52px; margin: 20px 0px; display: block; } #sigheadshot{ float: left; margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px; } #sigtwitter { margin-right: 5px; } #sigtooltip { padding: 5px; border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px; -webkit-border-radius: 5px; }
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May 2, 1999
Quote: "It's disappointing, but you know what? Tomorrow morning the sun is going to come up and we'll take it from there." -- A's pitcher Gil Heredia, who gave up five runs in 3 2/3 innings.It's a fact: The Devil Rays were 12-12 in April, their first month at .500 or better.Who's hot: The Red Sox's Mike Stanley is 11-for-22 after ending an 0-for-22 slump.Who's not: The A's have an AL-high 26 errors this season.On deck: It's a knuckleball special today, with the Red Sox's Tim Wakefield opposing the Athletics' Tom Candiotti.
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By RAY FRAGER | August 18, 2006
Baseball -- Yankees-Red Sox. You just can't get enough. Well, actually, most Orioles fans probably have already had their fill. Regardless, ESPN has three games from their series starting today (1 p.m., ESPN), then Sunday (8 p.m., ESPN) and Monday (1 p.m., ESPN2). Fox (WBFF/Channel 45) has Saturday's 1:20 p.m. game. Basketball -- It's OK, you can cheer for a Mike Krzyzewski team this time. He's coaching the U.S. team in the world championships - tonight (actually tomorrow morning) at 1 a.m. against Puerto Rico and Sunday at 6:30 a.m. against China, both on ESPN2.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | April 30, 2008
Rays@Orioles 7:05 p.m. [MASN] Tune in or you'll miss Andy Sonnanstine pitching for the Rays and you won't know what your friends are talking about tomorrow morning at the water cooler. Also, with the Orioles playing, there's always the chance of multiple rain delays. This is must-see TV. Baseball Brewers@Cubs 8 p.m. [ESPN] April is drawing to a close, and the Cubs began last night in first place. They also had the second-best record in baseball. So how will it all go so horribly wrong?
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September 1, 1992
In his first visit to Maryland as the Democratic presidential nominee, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton plans a bit of softball tonight followed tomorrow morning by what his campaign calls a major speech on the economy and education.Mr. Clinton will play ball beginning about 8:20 p.m. at Randazzo Park, formerly known as Upton Park, on Upton Road in Severn. The candidate will join either the Hubbusters, a group of air traffic controllers who work for USAir, or their opponents, the Stingers, a team of Pasadena-area players.
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January 4, 1999
NBA games lost yesterday: 3.Total games missed: 418.Earliest estimated date season can start: Feb. 1.Projected player salary losses (through Feb. 1): More than $500 million.Negotiations: Commissioner David Stern is due back in the office today after spending two weeks in Aspen, Colo., and union director Billy Hunter has told the players on his negotiating committee to be in town by tomorrow morning. "We're ready to negotiate. The league is refusing to negotiate," Hunter said yesterday. The league has set a Thursday deadline for reaching a new collective bargaining agreement before convening the Board of Governors to vote on whether to cancel the season.
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By Jerry Bembry and Lem Satterfield and Jerry Bembry and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writers | August 13, 1993
A Dunbar football team that is expected to challenge for the state Class 2A championship is scheduled to begin practice tomorrow morning -- but it's unclear who will be running the squad.It doesn't appear that person will be coach Pete Pompey, who remains on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation of alleged misuse of athletic department funds. Nat Harrington, Baltimore schools spokesman, said yesterday that the coaching situation should be resolved by the start of practice -- so the Poets likely will have a new head coach when the team gathers tomorrow morning.
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January 17, 2012
At the paragraph factory tonight we will be covering the outcome of the Iowa caucuses. Never mind that the winner of these caucuses does not necessarily do well in subsequent contests, or that no actual delegates to the Republican National Convention are selected, or that Iowans - no disrespect - are not particularly representative of the electorate. This hypertrophic straw poll is the first formal contest of the election year, and so it must be important. At The New Yorker George Packer observes sardonically , “Political journalism - unlike war reporting - long ago stopped being about what is true or important.
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By ROCH KUBATKO | April 30, 2008
Rays@Orioles 7:05 p.m. [MASN] Tune in or you'll miss Andy Sonnanstine pitching for the Rays and you won't know what your friends are talking about tomorrow morning at the water cooler. Also, with the Orioles playing, there's always the chance of multiple rain delays. This is must-see TV. Baseball Brewers@Cubs 8 p.m. [ESPN] April is drawing to a close, and the Cubs began last night in first place. They also had the second-best record in baseball. So how will it all go so horribly wrong?
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By FRANK ROYLANCE and FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger | March 8, 2008
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. tomorrow morning, so remember to turn your clocks ahead one hour or you'll find yourself an hour late for something tomorrow. This is the second year of the new, DST regime - three or four Sundays earlier than we're used to. Purists would prefer "Daylight Shifting Time," since the hour of evening daylight "saved" is stolen from our mornings. It will be April 16 before we recover our lost hour of morning sunshine.
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October 26, 2007
House fire in Harford kills man, 77, injures his wife An early-morning house fire in Joppatowne yesterday killed a 77-year-old man and injured his wife, state fire officials said. Charles Otto Fruhling died in the fire at his home at 1003 Pulaski Highway. Shirley Fruhling was taken to Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air, where she was treated for smoke inhalation. Her injuries were not considered life-threatening, the state fire marshal's office said. Blazes broke out in the kitchen and in the basement, causing about $100,000 damage to the single-story stone house, investigators said.
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By RAY FRAGER | August 18, 2006
Baseball -- Yankees-Red Sox. You just can't get enough. Well, actually, most Orioles fans probably have already had their fill. Regardless, ESPN has three games from their series starting today (1 p.m., ESPN), then Sunday (8 p.m., ESPN) and Monday (1 p.m., ESPN2). Fox (WBFF/Channel 45) has Saturday's 1:20 p.m. game. Basketball -- It's OK, you can cheer for a Mike Krzyzewski team this time. He's coaching the U.S. team in the world championships - tonight (actually tomorrow morning) at 1 a.m. against Puerto Rico and Sunday at 6:30 a.m. against China, both on ESPN2.
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By Winyan Soo Hoo and Winyan Soo Hoo,Special to baltimoresun.com | June 8, 2005
Baltimore County police plan to formally mark the promotions of six members of the department Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. Chief Terrence B. Sheridan and County Executive James T. Smith Jr. are set to present certificates to the newly promoted members, identified as: Capt. Mark J. Warren, promoted to the rank of major and assigned to the Operations Bureau; Lt. Barry C. Barber, promoted to the rank of captain and assigned to Precinct 2/Woodlawn; Sgt. Laura L. Clark, promoted to the rank of lieutenant and assigned to Precinct 2/Woodlawn; Cpl. George J. Rakowski, promoted to the rank of sergeant and assigned to the Operations Bureau; Officer Biff H. Benson, promoted to the rank of corporal and assigned to Precinct 12/North Point; Officer Joseph M. Jamerson, promoted to the rank of corporal and assigned to Precinct 2/Woodlawn.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 27, 1996
It's time to play name that team.The Baltimore Sun will conduct a phone-in poll beginning tomorrow morning, with the three possible names for Baltimore's new football team, and the final results compiled Friday morning will determine the eventual name, according to David Modell, team vice president and head of marketing.Ravens has emerged as the Baltimore NFL team's likely name -- but team officials want to put the three names -- Ravens, Marauders and Americans -- to one final test before the fans.
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By John E. McIntyre and The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2014
Though seldom emerging from the steel-and-reinforced-concrete bunker under the Baltimore Sun building on North Calvert Street from which I direct news desk operations, I do occasionally appear in public. Two such occasions are near, with one on the horizon.  Tomorrow morning and a week from tomorrow I will be at the console of the once-mighty Casavant at Memorial Episcopal Church in Bolton Hill, accompanying the congregation during the 9:30 service.  More remotely, I have been invited to present a workshop at the Editors' Association of Canada's first international conference in Toronto, June 12-14, 2015.
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By Randy Harvey and Randy Harvey,SUN STAFF | August 13, 2004
ATHENS - Seven years since they were awarded the 2004 Summer Olympics, but only four years since they began to seriously prepare for them, Greek organizers were finally able to say yesterday that they will be ready for the Games. Their assurances came not a moment too soon. The opening ceremony is scheduled for tonight at the Olympic Stadium. "We rejoice rightfully today for the completion of the preparations," International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge said after organizers presented their final report.
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By Michael Stroh and Michael Stroh,SUN STAFF | October 25, 2000
Some people plan to pull all-nighters outside Wal-Mart. Others intend to blow wads of cash. A few talk darkly of bribes. Their strategies are different but the goal is the same: to get hold of a PlayStation 2. Sony's next-generation video game machine, which hits stores tomorrow, has already turned into this year's holiday headache for parents and game addicts around the country. With eye-popping graphics and the ability to play games, music CDs and DVD movies, the $300 device is the latest in a long line of Christmas must-haves - from Cabbage Patch Kids to Tickle Me Elmo.
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