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Sport Orioles pay tribute to victims in Capital Gazette shooting

04:35  30 june  2018
04:35  30 june  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

Annapolis newsroom shooting sparks lawmakers' calls to 'end the violence'

  Annapolis newsroom shooting sparks lawmakers' calls to 'end the violence' As reports of a shooting outside the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland, unfolded Thursday afternoon, lawmakers urged for an “end to the violence.”As reports of a shooting outside the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland, unfolded Thursday afternoon, lawmakers urged for an “end [to] the violence.

The Baltimore Orioles paid tribute to The Capital Gazette shooting victims by placing five lilies at the press box seat reserved for the newspaper, and

The Baltimore Orioles paid tribute to the Capital Gazette shooting victims by placing five lilies at the press box seat reserved for the newspaper and holding a moment of silence before their game Friday night against the Los Angeles Angels . Longtime sportswriter John McNamara was among five

a man wearing a baseball hat © Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports The Baltimore Orioles paid tribute to the individuals who lost their lives in a tragic shooting at a newspaper office.

On Thursday, five people lost their lives when a gunman opened fire in the newsroom of the Capital Gazette, a daily newspaper published in Annapolis, Maryland. On Friday, the Orioles had a pregame moment of silence and made a memorial in their press box.

John McNamara was a sports writer for the newspaper for more than 20 years and was a familiar face at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

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Service planned for journalist known for community reporting .
A memorial service is being held for a reporter who was one of five Maryland newspaper employees killed in a shooting last week. The service for Wendi Winters of The Capital is scheduled for Saturday in Annapolis. Winters wrote a wide variety of local news stories. Her contributions included columns such as "Teen of the Week" and "Home of the Week." She joined the newspaper's staff in May 2013 after more than 10 years as a freelancer.Helen Smith Tarchalski, president of the Anne Arundel Music Teachers Association, knew Winters for years.

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