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  • Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County police chief defends shielding body camera video

    Baltimore County Police Chief Terry Sheridan is expressing support for the county's body camera program and defending his department's decision not to release videos from recent incidents. During a meeting of the Wilkens Precinct Community Relations Organization Tuesday night, Sheridan said he...

  • Man charged in Aberdeen fatal hit and run

    Man charged in Aberdeen fatal hit and run

    Aberdeen police charged a Timonium man in connection with a fatal hit and run crash on Monday. The crash happened around 5:50 a.m. Friday in the 1100 block of S. Philadelphia Boulevard. Lisa L. Waters, 45, of Aberdeen, was found lying on the side of the road with severe injuries, poilce said. She...

  • Blair P. Browne, port executive and longtime Lutherville resident, dies

    Blair P. Browne, port executive and longtime Lutherville resident, dies

    Blair P. Browne, former owner and president of ship ceiling firm Waterfront Co. who later became vice president of the Steamship Trade Association of Baltimore, died April 28 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications from a fall. He was 93. The son of Robert Benson Browne, founder of...

  • Community meeting Monday on controversial Towson convenience store, gas station

    Community meeting Monday on controversial Towson convenience store, gas station

    A community meeting on the controversial proposal for a Royal Farms convenient store, gas station and a retail center in downtown Towson will be held Monday evening. The meeting is being hosted by Towson-based developer, Caves Valley Partners, and is part of the review process required for the...

  • Two Maryland students named Presidential Scholars

    Two Maryland students named Presidential Scholars

    Two Maryland students have been named U.S. Presidential Scholars, a prestigious award given to only 161 high school seniors in the nation each year based on their accomplishments. Matthew H. Kleiser of Timonium, who attends Boys' Latin School in Baltimore, and Tingyu Li of Ellicott City, a Centennial...

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