Get ready to shop for a great cause this weekend, when House of Ruth Maryland invites holiday shoppers to their 12th annual B-More Bags Trunk Show and Sale on December 9, at Ruth’s Closet in Owings Mills.
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Former Ravens standout Ray Rice has finally made his way back to a career in football. It’s just not exactly what he was aspiring for.
Nearly three full years have passed since Ray Rice last suited up for a professional football team. Yesterday, when Rice made a homecoming trip to play in a charity basketball game in Baltimore, he said he still doesn’t quite yet see the light at the end of the tunnel for his career.
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has had a great season, defying the odds against him as the NFL’s oldest wide receiver and helping his team to arrive on solid ground with four games left in the year. Amid that success, Smith has been using his high profile to raise awareness for a cause that he’s very passionate about.
Ray Rice is no longer a Raven, but the fallout from the elevator incident that ended his career in purple continues to influence how Ravens brass look at their team.
Starting on October 1 (this Wednesday), a number of new laws take effect in Maryland. They involve drugs, discrimination, domestic violence, and driving. Read on to be reminded how not to run afoul of the law:
Marijuana decriminalization. Stoners, rejoice: As of this week, if you’re caught with less than 10 grams of marijuana, you’ll face civil charges (instead of criminal ones). First time offenders can expect a $100 fine, rising to $500 the third time you get caught.