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Baltimore County spent record $9.4M on January blizzard cleanup

A historic blizzard that dumped more than two feet of snow on the region last month cost Baltimore County $9.4 million to clean up, the county announced Feb. 8. That's a new county record for an individual storm; when back-to-back blizzards hit in 2010, the storms cost $4 million and $7 million...

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Pin in final match lifts McDonogh past Mt. St. Joe for MIAA tournament title

With one weight class left in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association wrestling tournament, host Mount Saint Joseph held a half-point lead over McDonogh. With neither school featured in the 285-pound championship bout, won by St. Vincent Pallotti’s Mansur Abdul-Malik, all the drama fell...

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  • Woman charged in Catonsville murder

    Woman charged in Catonsville murder

    Baltimore County Police announced Thursday that they have charged a Pikesville woman with killing a Woodlawn man last week. Tatiana Chanell Bowie, 21, of the 7900 block of Crisford Place in Pikesville, has been charged with first-degree murder and a handgun violation in connection with the shooting....

  • Essex man faces pair of murder charges

    Essex man faces pair of murder charges

    An Essex man has been charged in two killings this week -- one in Baltimore County and one in the city. Terrence L. Jenkins, 49, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend, Shelly Fillion, 47, who was found dead in her home on Skipjack Court in Essex on Monday. On Friday...

  • Balto. Co. police: Report of gun at Woodlawn High a hoax

    Balto. Co. police: Report of gun at Woodlawn High a hoax

    A report of a gun at Woodlawn High School on Friday morning was a hoax, according to Baltimore County police. The school was placed on lockdown after rumors circulated that a student had brought a gun to school, said county police spokeswoman Natalie Litofsky. After police reviewed surveillance,...

  • Lansdowne homicide victim identified

    Lansdowne homicide victim identified

    Baltimore County Police identified a man killed Wednesday afternoon in Lansdowne as 24-year-old Devin Josiah Crutchfield. Crutchfield lived at a home in the 400 block of Bigley Avenue where he was found dead from "traumatic injuries," police said. A woman who also lived in the home told police...

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