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  • Maryland judges differ on 'what is rent?'

    Maryland judges differ on 'what is rent?'

    It seems like a fairly straight-forward question: what is rent? But judges across Maryland who preside over eviction requests are struggling with the answer. For decades, landlords in Maryland have been able to file "failure to pay rent" actions that threaten eviction not just for delinquent rent,...

  • Baltimore police seeking information on van with suspected connection to homicide

    Baltimore police seeking information on van with suspected connection to homicide

    Baltimore police are asking for the public's help in identifying a van and its driver believed to be connected to a fatal shooting in the Greenmount West neighborhood. Danny Barnes, 30, was shot in an alley around 3:20 a.m. on Sept. 23 near the popular Station North arts district, then ran to his...

  • Judge denies motion to dismiss Baltimore food truck lawsuit

    Judge denies motion to dismiss Baltimore food truck lawsuit

    A lawsuit challenging the city's 300-foot buffer rule for food trucks will move forward after a Baltimore City Circuit Court judge on Thursday denied the city’s motion to dismiss the suit.  Represented by the Arlington, Va.-based firm the Institute for Justice, Joey Vanoni and Nikki McGowans — owners...

  • More than 3 inches of rain reported, with more on the way

    More than 3 inches of rain reported, with more on the way

    More than 3 inches of rain fell across much of the Baltimore region overnight and into Thursday morning, and more heavy precipitation is forecast this afternoon. As of 11 a.m., rainfall totals had surpassed 3 inches in many areas, with 3.83 inches reported in Rosedale and 3.3 inches in Elkridge,...

  • Eight startups to pitch during venture contest during Beta City

    Eight startups to pitch during venture contest during Beta City

    Eight startups will face off Thursday in a pitch competition for investments at City Garage, the bus depot-turned-innovation center by Sagamore Ventures. The Venture Capital Pitch Day is part of Beta City, a day-long startup showcase put on by Sagamore Ventures, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank's private...

  • Schools, health officials retool flu clinics to offer vaccine injections only

    Schools, health officials retool flu clinics to offer vaccine injections only

    Fall has arrived — and with it the flu season and those persistent reminders from school, work and elsewhere to get vaccinated. But protecting children from the flu this year will be a bit more painful. The FluMist nasal spray version of the vaccine popular with needle-averse kids, and their parents,...

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  • Howard County officials move to oust embattled sheriff

    Howard County officials move to oust embattled sheriff

    Leaders in Howard County are taking steps to remove embattled Sheriff James Fitzgerald from office after he said Thursday that he won't resign over allegations he used foul and racist language to belittle and threaten employees. Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman asked the county's representatives...

  • Gaps in Howard's aging public transit system signal need for overhaul

    Gaps in Howard's aging public transit system signal need for overhaul

    For six years, Mildred Libii, who lives in a low-income apartment complex for seniors in North Laurel, has waited for a bus stop near the complex at the far end of a wooded residential community. Libii, 68, does not have a car and worries how she will manage her doctor's appointments, grab groceries...

  • Two proposals aim to support rebuilding after Ellicott City flood

    Two proposals aim to support rebuilding after Ellicott City flood

    Howard County elected officials are searching for ways to boost relief to business and property owners after a major flood swept through old Ellicott City three months ago. One proposal, the Ellicott City Strong Tax Credit, would make up to a total of $200,000 in funds available over two years...

Harford County

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  • North Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School

    North Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School

    North Harford Elementary School completed a prestigious double play when the school was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education on Wednesday. The Pylesville school was previously named a Maryland Blue Ribbon School by the Maryland State Department of Education in...

  • RETRO HARFORD: Aberdeen Proving Ground in the 1950s

    RETRO HARFORD: Aberdeen Proving Ground in the 1950s

    We've dug through our archives and found these photos that show what life was like at Harford's largest employer six decades ago. Check out our pics from Havre de Grace in the 1970s here, and pics from Bel Air in the 1960s here.

  • Abingdon bank robbed Wednesday afternoon

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help find a man who robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Abingdon Wednesday afternoon. The man entered the bank, in the 400 block of Constant Friendship Boulevard, at 2:30 p.m., implied he had a weapon and demanded money, according to a flier...

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