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The Sun takes home numerous prizes in MDDC awards ceremony

The Baltimore Sun took home 20 first place prizes in the annual Maryland Delaware DC Press Association awards ceremony Friday held in Annapolis. The information group additionally acquired a number of runner-up awards.

Stories singled out with the perfect in present designation included The Sun’s database of these accused in the Catholic Church of abuse who’re past Baltimore’s archdiocese by Jonathan M. Pitts, Annie Jennemann, Maya Lora, Lia Russell and Cassidy Jensen, a man who served 34 years in prison for killing a teen who now mentors youth by Alex Mann, an examination of patients with dementia who’ve run ins with the police by Angela Roberts and Cassidy Jensen, a profile of Jonathon Heyward, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s musical director, by Mary Carole McCauley and a manner of interactively exploring the more than 800 bills that handed the Maryland Assembly by Annie Jennemann.

Stories that gained first place lined matters reminiscent of a Baltimore County police officer who beat a prisoner and was reprimanded for swearing, how Federalsburg’s Black residents are combating for illustration in authorities, the breaking information surrounding the Brooklyn Homes shooting that left two dead and 28 wounded, pictures from a firefighter’s funeral and video of robots that delivers food to college students at Morgan State University.

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