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  • Philadelphia police say body of Roswell Friend, 22, found in New Jersey

    Philadelphia police say body of Roswell Friend, 22, found in New Jersey
    A Philadelphia police spokeswoman told the Towson Times on Monday, Aug. 22, that a body found in New Jersey that morning was believed to be that of Cockeysville resident and recent Temple University graduate Roswell Friend. A New Jersey State Police...
  • Six months later, Phylicia Barnes' family rallies for answers

    Six months later, Phylicia Barnes' family rallies for answers
    In the hours, then days, after her teenage sister went missing during a Christmas visit, Deena Barnes remembers the gripping panic that took over — staying up for two days straight, on the edge of the couch, waiting to catch a glimpse of 16-year-old...
  • Trial delayed for man whose toilet caused bomb scare in Towson

    A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge on Tuesday granted a trial postponement to a man charged with leaving a device that police said appeared to be a bomb — a toilet equipped with electric gadgets — outside an administration building in...
  • Until a good steamed crabs app comes along

    Until a good steamed crabs app comes along
    If there's an app that tells you about the availability and prices of steamed crabs, I can't find it. Until then, how about posting your tips here.  Email 'em to me if you want. richard.gorelick@baltsun.com, or twitter @gorelickingood, or the Baltimore...
  • Jon Stewart can't move past his flawed Fox interview

    Jon Stewart can't move past his flawed Fox interview
    I think it is time for fans of Jon Stewart to start worrying about him. He has not been right since the day CNN confronted his friend, Anthony Weiner, outside the then-congressman's office -- and Stewart attacked CNN for doing its job. Stewart has been...
  • Baltimore International College to lose accreditation in August

    Baltimore International College, a private institution that teaches cooking skills and hospitality management, is slated to lose its accreditation at the end of the summer, a rare blow that generally causes colleges and universities to close. The...
  • Climbing coach charged with sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl

    A 31-year-old rock-climbing coach who worked at three Earth Treks climbing facilities around Baltimore and Washington has been charged with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl in Columbia, Howard County police said. Michael J. Lyons of Brice Road in...
  • College to issue statement Thursday about accreditation

    Baltimore International College plans to issue a statement Thursday about the future of the institution because the school is expected to lose its accreditation. According to a statement on the college's Facebook page, the school's "Board of Trustees met...
  • In-state tuition opponents confident of referendum

    In-state tuition opponents confident of referendum
    Opponents of a new law to extend in-state tuition discounts to illegal immigrants delivered nearly 75,000 more signatures to the state Thursday, a number they believe is more than enough to keep the measure off the books until voters have their say....
  • The Gathering: Trucks circling for Baltimore's first food truck rally

    The Gathering: Trucks circling for Baltimore's first food truck rally
    The Gathering, Baltimore's first food truck rally, is set for next Friday night in Harbor East. Baltimore's fleet of shiny, happy food trucks will gather on July 8, from 5 to 10 p.m. on the lot at 421 Central Avenue. The newly formed food-truck...
  • Culinary college weighing merger or appeal to avoid closing

    Baltimore International College is exploring possible mergers with other institutions and weighing a possible appeal in its attempts to forestall closing because of lost accreditation, the college's Board of Trustees announced Thursday afternoon. The...
  • Fighting fatigue: CFS sufferers to hold fundraiser in Columbia

    For Hannah Vogel and Megan Lauver, a walk around the block could mean days of exhaustion. They have learned to live with the frustration of daily uncertainty, where simple activities have the potential to sap much more energy than they should. Vogel, 20,...