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Rotary Club helps Catonsville shelter's garden grow

Shortly after Andre Burrell entered Westside Men's Emergency Shelter, he discovered a calling in its emerging organic garden. The shelter moved into a new facility on the campus of Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville last year, down the street from its former location. But staff and guests...

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  • Light City expands to 8 neighborhoods for 2017 installations

    Light City expands to 8 neighborhoods for 2017 installations

    Eight Baltimore neighborhoods have been chosen to host their own Light City installations during next year’s Light City Baltimore festival, set for March 31-April 8. The eight neighborhoods -- three more than this year -- will each host satellite installations (dubbed “Neighborhood Lights”) to...

  • Lor Scoota: Two versions of a song and a rapper

    Lor Scoota: Two versions of a song and a rapper

    Marshall Bell, a community leader from West Baltimore who works at City Hall, wants to talk about the murdered rapper Lor Scoota and the “paradox which was his life.” It strikes me that you need only listen to two versions of Scoota’s most popular song, “Bird Flu,” to get the drift of that. The...

  • Historic Baltimore stone fabricator looks to future

    Historic Baltimore stone fabricator looks to future

    As one of the oldest businesses in Baltimore in one of the oldest industries in the world, Hilgartner Natural Stone Company doesn't hesitate to celebrate history. But an event Wednesday to mark its move to a new, bigger building in southwest Baltimore is about the future, said Thomas Doyle, president...

  • Protesters disrupt Port Covington speakers

    Protesters disrupt Port Covington speakers

    Protesters calling for more affordable housing to be included in the Port Covington redevelopment disrupted a fundraiser Tuesday evening, interrupting one of the leaders of the project and escalating the conflict between its supporters and opponents. About three people affiliated with Housing Our...

  • Judge OKs settlement for Baltimore jail medical care

    Judge OKs settlement for Baltimore jail medical care

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A federal judge on Tuesday approved a settlement to overhaul the health care system for jail detainees in Baltimore. The settlement approved by U.S. District Judge Ellen Hollander includes improvements to facilities, including accommodations for people with disabilities. It...

  • Maryland court orders re-sentencing for three men convicted of murder as teens

    Maryland court orders re-sentencing for three men convicted of murder as teens

    Maryland's second-highest court on Tuesday ordered new sentencing hearings for three men convicted of murders they committed as juveniles, saying the judges who sentenced them to life in prison without parole did not consider whether they could be rehabilitated. In three opinions, the Court of Special...

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American Legion's flag unit keeps history, tradition alive

On the Fourth of July, John Calvert will arrive at Dewey Lowman American Legion Post 109 about 7:30 a.m. to help raise 44 American flags along the post's driveway off Sulphur Spring Road. The flags will be up from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. It makes him proud to see the flags waving in the breeze. "It's...

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  • Bus driver seriously injured in Arnold accident

    Bus driver seriously injured in Arnold accident

    The driver of a passenger van was seriously injured Wednesday morning when a tree fell on a passenger bus in Arnold, an Anne Arundel County Fire Department spokesman said. Firefighters were dispatched to the area of Ritchie Highway South and Chautagua Road at 7:16 a.m. It took firefighters about...

  • Police release video of suspects in Laurel shooting

    Police release video of suspects in Laurel shooting

    Anne Arundel County Police on Tuesday night issued photos and video of two suspects in Saturday’s shooting at the Knights Inn in Laurel. Detectives developed information pointing to two men seen on surveillance video captured in a McDonald’s restaurant nearby shortly before the 3 p.m. incident...

  • Morning Report: What's happening today in Annapolis, Anne Arundel

    Morning Report: What's happening today in Annapolis, Anne Arundel

    The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories that Annapolis and Anne Arundel County residents are talking about today. You can click on the links directly from the text of this feature. Here's what's happening.  Anne Arundel County's top public defender said Tuesday his office was ...

  • Schuh proposes cutting pension oversight group

    Schuh proposes cutting pension oversight group

    A citizens' group responsible for considering changes to county employees' pension plans could be dissolved under Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh's latest charter amendment proposal. The measure would eliminate a section in the charter that requires the county to convene the Pension Oversight...

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