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Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School students Claire Mudd and Billy Rosenberg were among more than 400 students from across the country who were named Ben Carson Scholars for 2012. The Ben Carson Scholarship is awarded to students in grades four to 11...
A Severn woman broke down in tears several times Thursday in Baltimore Circuit Court as she testified that her boyfriend was driving the 2001 Lincoln that struck and killed two teenagers on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard last June. She said she switched...
Tags: Trials, Lawyers, Accidental Death, Pigtown, Punishment
Baltimore prosecutors lost two tough cases this week - the animal cruelty trial of twin brothers charged with setting a pit bull on fire, and the trial of a man accused of killing two girls in a hit-and-run on Martin Luther King Boulevard. Sun...
Tags: Trials, Lawyers, Witnesses, Justice System, Prosecution
Attention, Baltimore commuters: The JFX has been reduced to two lanes in each direction. That means, come Monday morning, it's going to be extra-crowded on the expressway. To get to work on time, check out the directions below for alternate routes into...
Standing outside the charred remains of his family's Ellicott City home, David Strothers said jokingly that he'd been sporting the same new Adidas warm-up suit for over a week. His wife, Sherry, made a similar claim, modeling new jeans and black boots...
Tags: Christmas, Butterfly Ballots, Adidas AG, Renovation, Rentals
Former Boston Mayor Kevin Hagan White, who steered the city through the racial storm caused by court-ordered school desegregation and is credited with giving political access to blacks, women and gays, died late last month at his Beacon Hill home. White,...
I am writing to address Ken Ulman's recent letter, "School board must reflect makeup of Howard County." I strongly disagree that "race, ethnic and geographic" characteristics should factor in the selection of Board of Education candidates. Dr. Martin...
Tags: Ken Ulman, Elections, Ellicott City
Even as they turn 100, Washington's cherry trees in full bloom remain as wondrously beautiful as ever — which explains why more than a million people are expected to come gaze at them over the next five weeks. D.C.'s annual Cherry Blossom Festival,...
Our rundown of what's going on in for the week of 1/9-1/15 MOVIES OPENING (Friday) Beauty and the Beast 3-D Carnage Contraband The Iron Lady Joyful Noise NOTABLE TV MONDAY First Week In (series debut; 9 p.m.; Discovery) America’s Money Class With...
Representatives of Baltimore's biking and hiking community gathered Saturday for a "state of the trails" summit to set a course for creating more opportunities for recreational users and commuters. Despite a sluggish economy and a tight budget, the...
I was at the Occupy Baltimore "Schools Not Jails" action on Monday, the 18th — Martin Luther King Jr Day. The police actions to which I was witness that evening would have left anyone feeling angry at the overreaction of our government and police....
Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy is far wider than ending segregation ("Across the nation, King Day marked with rallies, service," Jan. 17). In addition to his on-going fight for racial justice, King was speaking out against economic injustice and...
Tags: Martin Luther King Day, Annapolis
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