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  • Gun bans lead to more gun violence

    Gun bans lead to more gun violence
    Gun control will not work. When one matches FBI crime statistics with the states that have the most restrictive gun laws, one finds that nearly all the most restrictive states have the highest number of murders by firearms. This proves beyond doubt that...
  • Corrections officer pleads not guilty to racketeering charges

    Corrections officer pleads not guilty to racketeering charges
    Vivian Matthews, one of 13 corrections officers accused of working with Black Guerrilla Family gang members to smuggle drugs and contraband into the Baltimore jail, pleaded not guilty to federal racketeering and drug charges Friday. Matthews, who is on...
  • Charles Village M&T Bank near Hopkins robbed Saturday

    City police and the FBI are investigating the robbery of an M&T bank near Johns Hopkins University in Charles Village on Saturday morning. Police say the robbery occurred at 10:04 a.m. at 3003 North Charles St., which is Hopkins Square. No other...
  • 50 years ago: Fishing gear stolen from cabins; body found along HdG railroad tracks

    As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, February 14, 1963: Two summer cabins were broken into by burglars in the Lapidum area. A large quantity of fishing gear was stolen from both of them. Rods, reels and other fishing equipment, valued at...
  • Bills to keep guns out of the hands of psychiatric patients pose risks

    Bills to keep guns out of the hands of psychiatric patients pose risks
    In December, a young man in Newtown, Conn., killed 20 small children and seven adults, including his mother, and then committed suicide. This tragic massacre has prompted legislators to reexamine firearms laws and quickly propose legislation that might...
  • The truth about the Paterno scandal

    The truth about the Paterno scandal
    Your recent article about the Joe Paterno sex abuse case missed the mark ("Report by Paterno family rebuts scandal accusations," Feb. 11). Buried on page 8 was the following dismissive remark: "The 238-page review, conducted by former Pennsylvania Gov....
  • Gun laws should focus on the person who pulls the trigger

    Gun laws should focus on the person who pulls the trigger
    Letter writer Becky Wagner, the executive director of Advocates for Children and Youth, makes an emotional plea for Maryland legislators to support series of bills that would ban assault weapons, close down gun dealers who violate the law, require...
  • Three arrested for string of robberies that included Lansdowne, Arbutus incidents

    Three men have been arrested in connection with 24 convenience store robberies — three of which occurred in Lansdowne and Arbutus — over the course of six weeks, according to Baltimore County Police. Police have arrested Omar Hance, 31, of...
  • Leopold found guilty of misconduct, suspended from office

    Leopold found guilty of misconduct, suspended from office
    A judge found Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold guilty Tuesday of two counts of misconduct for using public employees to perform political and personal tasks, and he was suspended from office while the County Council made plans to force him...
  • Candidate for Harford sheriff in support of second amendment rights [Letter]

    Editor: It was with a heavy heart and a terrible sense of sorrow that I, like many of you, watched the tragic events and unfathomable loss of life in Sandy Hook on Dec. 14, 2012, and questioned how such acts of unprovoked violence can be averted. As the...
  • Senior Circles: Scourge of human trafficking is in our backyard

    Join the war on human trafficking I know you are going to say — "What does this subject matter have to do with seniors?" Human trafficking is happening in our own backyard, throughout our country and around the world. I want each of our...
  • Man, 22, federally indicted in connection with two Baltimore murders

    A 22-year-old Baltimore man has been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with two murders, which occurred in 2006 and 2007 and both had led to earlier charges against other people.  The man charged, a Remington resident named Kyle Stevens,...