Friday Afternoon Headlines: Mayor tells agencies to brace for cuts; Towson student arrested over threatening social media posts; and more

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Baltimore mayor tells agencies to anticipate cuts as city prepares to fund statewide plan to improve schools — The Sun

Towson University student arrested for posting violent threats on social media — WMAR

17-Year-Old Owings Mills High School student accused of assaulting 5 staff members — WJZ

3 in Md. Congressional Delegation Co-Sponsor 100% Clean Energy Bill — Maryland Matters

Marlon Humphrey: ‘family approach’ beneficial to Ravens — PressBox

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  1. Many people,more than anyone in the press appear to imagine,are very much against the Kirwin Plan. Before anymore money is thrown at education,a complete audit should be conducted. Why is so much money spent with no results? Why should ‘administrators’ make so much more than the the ones on the front lines,the teachers? What were the results of the last overpriced boondoggle we were forced to pay for,namely Thornton?

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