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New Year's Day

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  • Two men charged with over harvesting rockfish from Patapsco River

    Two men charged with over harvesting rockfish from Patapsco River
    Two Middle River men were charged Monday with overfishing striped bass from the Patapsco River, according to Maryland Natural Resources Police. Terry Alan Myrick, 53, and John James Messinger, 37, were caught near the Key Bridge on New Year's Day with...
  • Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute

    Neighbors and patrons bid fond farewell to Salute
    Nearly three years after opening in a former Main Street coffee shop, Salute Ristorante Italiano's owners have decided to close their doors. Moroccan-born Abdellah and Meriem Kass ran their cozy, Main Street restaurant with a personal touch, with Meriem...
  • New year brings 140 runners out for traditional run in Joppa

    A record number of runners turned out Jan. 1 in Joppa for a traditional New Year's Day battle against steep hills and cold winds. One-hundred forty runners raced over an unpleasantly hilly course along Old Joppa Road and Jerusalem Mill Road in the...
  • School officials expect winter break closing to save $350-$400,000

    Students and teachers in the Howard County Public School System weren't the only people on winter break last month. Superintendent Renee Foose directed all offices and facilities closed as well, to the tune of several hundred thousand dollars in savings,...
  • Super-Christmas houses keep Harford's spirits bright

    Super-Christmas houses keep Harford's spirits bright
    For a twist on traditional flashy Christmas decorations, look no further than a handful of Harford County neighborhoods that feature houses with some very creative displays. Don Myers, of Deepwater Way in Edgewood, has been using K'NEX erector-set...
  • Spalding basketball's Jourdan Grant talks about the Cavaliers' trip to Alaska

    Spalding basketball's Jourdan Grant talks about the Cavaliers' trip to Alaska
    During the school year, Varsity Letters will periodically ask student-athletes from various sports to step in as guest bloggers. They will share their personal thoughts during pivotal stretches of a given season. This week's guest is Arcchbishop...
  • Your (non-Seacrest) TV options for NYE

    Your (non-Seacrest) TV options for NYE
    So you've decided to stay home for New Year's Eve. No big deal. I've been there. You're not feeling the parties, the fireworks, the hoopla. And you're maybe still recovering from Christmas. We're here for you. Get those pajamas ready and stay away from...
  • O'Malley policies make Baltimore more dangerous

    O'Malley policies make Baltimore more dangerous
    In a New Year's Day editorial, the Sun editorial board lamented that 2013 was "a lost year in the fight against gun crime." There is plenty wrong, of course, with how Baltimore City handles gun crime. The lack of seriousness with which the Rawlings-...
  • Police say barricade suspect was on a 'one-man crime spree'

    Police say barricade suspect was on a 'one-man crime spree'
    A suspect on a "one-man crime spree" shot and killed a person Friday after a botched carjacking, authorities said, then took his life after drawing officers into an hours-long standoff at a Baltimore nonprofit. The morning incident, which closed roads...
  • Helga L. Pennewell, educator and activist

    Helga L. Pennewell, educator and activist
    Helga "Lollo" Lieselotte Pennewell, who escaped Soviet-occupied East Germany with her family for Maryland's Eastern Shore, where she spent 52 years as an educator and nationally acclaimed activist, died last week. She was 84. Ms. Pennewell was born to...
  • Main Street Tower restaurant to lose rooftop deck tent

    Main Street Tower restaurant to lose rooftop deck tent
    Main Street Tower, a popular Bel Air restaurant on Main Street known for its seafood and classic Italian cuisine, has been forced to get rid of its rooftop deck tent. According to Kevin L. Small, director of planning and community development for the...
  • Police say 6-year-old left alone in van at Arundel Mills

    Police say 6-year-old left alone in van at Arundel Mills
    For the second time in three days, Anne Arundel County police say a child was left alone in a cold vehicle at the Arundel Mills complex in Hanover. Police say a man left his 6-year-old grandson in the mall parking lot near Best Buy on Thursday as snow...