Regional Recap, November 29, 2010

| November 29, 2010 | 0 Comments

Comcast Experiences Internet Outage From DC To Boston. Cable Internet customers experienced a disruption of service on the eve of Cyber Monday in the Baltimore-Washington and Boston areas.Shoppers who planned to buy online Monday can breathe a sigh of relief, however.Comcast customers reported a lack of service Sunday night throughout the Baltimore-Washington area, and as far away as Boston, according to Comcast. It was not immediately known how many customers were affected or why.

Ravens Dominate Buccaneers In 17-10 Win. Joe Flacco threw two touchdown passes, and the Baltimore Ravens beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-10 Sunday for their franchise record-tying eighth straight home win. Flacco connected with Todd Heap for a 65-yard score and hit Derrick Mason for a 10-yard touchdown during a three-minute span of the second quarter to stake Baltimore to a 17-3 halftime lead. Flacco now has 53 career TD passes, surpassing Vinny Testaverde (51) for most in Ravens history.

5 Cyber Monday Safe Shopping Tips. Cyber Monday is upon us, and while it’s true that it’s by and large a manufactured event designed to help part you from as much of your holiday cash as possible, the forces of competition mean there will be some screamingly great deals, too.However, there will be other forces at work as well: the forces of evil!

Body Found Near Laurel Park Racetrack. Police said a man’s body was found in the woods across from the entrance to the Laurel Park racetrack.Anne Arundel County police Lt. Michael Brothers said a person in the woods came across the body around 10:30 a.m. Sunday and called police.Brothers said the body was found about 400 yards from the road in an area where homeless people are known to camp.The man had suffered apparent head trauma, and homicide detectives are investigating. Police haven’t identified the body.

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