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Laurel man faces sex offense charges involving family member

A 35-year-old Laurel man was charged with second-degree rape and other sex offenses that involved a family member and a family friend. Warner Jenerio Jude Murphy was arrested at his home in the 14000 block of Yardarm Way on Jan. 30. City spokeswoman Audrey Barnes said he was released on $100,000...

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  • Former Pallotti standout DeShields shines overseas

    Former Pallotti standout DeShields shines overseas

    Former St. Vincent Pallotti basketball standout Keron DeShields admits he is a product of the streets of Baltimore. As a young boy, he lived with his single mother in a one-bedroom apartment in Woodington Gardens, near Mount Saint Joseph High School. They also lived in a small apartment in Woodlawn,...

  • Seton Keough carries on with quarterfinal win over St. Vincent Pallotti

    Seton Keough carries on with quarterfinal win over St. Vincent Pallotti

    The Seton Keough basketball legacy lives on for at least two more days — and maybe longer, if the Gators have their way. In Tuesday's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference quarterfinal, the No. 9 Gators played with the intensity you might expect of a team wanting to make...

  • St. Vincent Pallotti wrestling team primed for postseason

    St. Vincent Pallotti wrestling team primed for postseason

    The wrestling coach that started the program at St. Vincent Pallotti High in 1995 is back this season, but the wrestler who had a 136-26 record at the school the past three years is not. Tom Owens left the program after the 2011-12 season and returned to coach again this year. “My daughter was...

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  • Venus Theatre thrives as home for women empowerment

    Venus Theatre thrives as home for women empowerment

    Playwrights from as far away as Australia and Greece submit plays to Laurel's Venus Theatre. Critics laud the theater's edgy and provocative vision. Audience members drive in from other states. "We're not really a community theater," allowed founder Deborah Randall. Yet seating at this acclaimed...

  • Busy students have much to celebrate in Spelling and Geography bees [North Laurel/Savage]

    No snow days means our local students have been busy at school. The youngsters at Hammond Middle School have celebrated many academic accomplishments lately. The annual Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 19 and sponsored by staff member LeRay Blanding and Sumaira Baywa, president of the PTA. Seventeen...

  • Meal service Freshly to open warehouse in Savage, employing 500

    Meal service Freshly to open warehouse in Savage, employing 500

    Freshly, a meal service that is planning a major East Coast expansion, has picked Maryland as its springboard. The company, which ships prepared-meal packages to subscribers in more than 20 states, said Thursday it would open a facility in Savage this year to serve as its East Coast base for food...

  • Thompson Electric keeping current in Laurel for 50 years

    Thompson Electric keeping current in Laurel for 50 years

    This is part of our Landmark Businesses series. A half century ago, long before social media, 20th-century entrepreneur Robert "Bob" Thompson relied on word of mouth and reputation to attract clients in his hometown of Laurel. An electrician who had worked in the Washington metropolitan area for...

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