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Raising taxes, particularly on gas, not the answer to woes To the editor: Gov. O’Malley and the Democrats in Annapolis have the same answer to all of our problems: tax increases. The governor claims that this gas tax increase is needed to build...
email@example.comIt's difficult to make concussion statistics scarier than they are. But here are a few eye-openers: - Each year, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.7 million people in the United States suffer a traumatic brain injury. About...
Robert Griffin III isn’t the type of quarterback to run out of bounds, and Sean Weatherspoon knew it. The Atlanta Falcons linebacker kept up the pursuit and went for the tackle. His upper body rammed into the helmet of the rookie who doesn’t...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFriday night lights. Gridiron glory. With the start of a new school year comes another fall ritual — the return of football. But as teams step onto the field, coaches are chalking more than Xs and Os. Concussions are now part of their play books....
Tags: Dizziness, Teaching and Learning, Head Injuries, Head, Football
email@example.comA 3-year-old Martinsburg-area boy who died Saturday succumbed to injuries that police allege were caused by his father. Found with head trauma and scarring all over his body, the child died at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.,...
Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital will sponsor a community based camp July 18 to 22, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The camp is for girls who are not members of Girl Scouts. The camp will be held at Bethel United Methodist Church in Chewsville....
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt can be something as simple as falling off a bicycle or as forceful as slamming to the ice during a hockey game. But both incidents could result in what the American Academy of Pediatrics has termed "a silent epidemic" among children —...
MINNEAPOLIS -- Trevor Plouffe had three hits, including a two-run homer, in his return to the Twins lineup, and Sam Deduno held Detroit in check over seven innings in Minnesota’s 6-3 victory over the Tigers on Saturday night. Plouffe, back...
South Carolina star lineman Jadeveon Clowney's crushing hits on college football fields have had a massive impact. NFL scouts covet the Clowney's game-changing skills. Up-and-coming players love trying to emulate his blows that routinely land on ESPN'...
SEATTLE — Juergen Klinsmann went 23 months and 28 matches as coach of the U.S. national soccer team before starting the same lineup in consecutive games. The experiment didn't last long. Klinsmann, who lost midfielders Jermaine Jones and...
Tags: Geoff Cameron, Soccer, Clint Dempsey, FIFA World Cup, Joe Corona
addCustomPlayer('1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', '', '', 600, 418, 'perf1pa1wyvorp5ui15bbnkmaphgbl', 'eplayer15'); CHICAGO -- The champions weren't about to skate off quietly into the night. And the Stanley Cup champion Kings did all they could to prolong...
Tags: Jeff Carter, Patrick Kane, Boston Bruins, Sports, Duncan Keith
Saturday morning Kings coach Darryl Sutter gave Mike Richards a 50-50 chance to play in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals. The game-time decision to play the star center nearly paid off 100 percent. Nearly in that the Kings eventually lost 4-3...
Tags: United Center, Patrick Kane, Colin Fraser, Sports, Drew Doughty
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