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  • Howard Co. officer found not guilty of assault in crash in Anne Arundel

    Howard Co. officer found not guilty of assault in crash in Anne Arundel
    A Howard County police officer charged in an on-duty, wrong-way collision in Anne Arundel County that injured a family of four last June was found not guilty of assault and reckless driving charges by an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge Monday. The...
  • Howard officer found not guilty of assault in Anne Arundel crash

    Howard officer found not guilty of assault in Anne Arundel crash
    A Howard County police officer charged in an on-duty, wrong-way collision in Anne Arundel County that injured a family of four last June was found not guilty of assault and reckless driving charges by an Anne Arundel County Circuit Court judge Monday. The...
  • Ravens lineman Jah Reid accepted into pretrial diversion program in Florida battery case

    Ravens lineman Jah Reid accepted into pretrial diversion program in Florida battery case
    Ravens reserve offensive lineman Jah Reid was accepted into a diversion program today during a status hearing and avoided trial on a pair of misdemeanor battery charges stemming from an alleged altercation at a strip club, according to a Monroe County,...
  • Why zoning appeals authority is key [letter to The Aegis]

    The following was sent to members of the Harford County Council. A copy was provided for publication. I oppose Council Bill 14-21 which would eliminate the County Council as the Zoning Board of Appeals. The County Council of Harford County embraces...
  • Harford farmer gets community service in firefighter obstruction case

    Harford farmer gets community service in firefighter obstruction case
    The case of a Jarrettsville man accused of keeping firefighters from getting to a field where he was conducting an open burn last December was placed on the inactive docket Friday, according to court records and attorneys for the prosecution and defense....
  • Annapolis man found guilty of sex abuse, assault of minor

    Annapolis man found guilty of sex abuse, assault of minor
    A 71-year-old Annapolis man was found guilty Monday of sexual child abuse, two counts of assault, one count of attempted second-degree rape and other charges related to incidents involving an 11-year-old girl. William Clarence Coates was found guilty in...
  • The economic climate [Editorial]

    The economic climate  [Editorial]
    For too long and by too many, confronting climate change has been seen through the prism of economic sacrifice. Reducing greenhouse gases is viewed as a burden to growth and employment opportunity, the cause of global warming a fixation of left-wing...
  • Weinstein, Schmidt win Howard Council primaries

    Weinstein, Schmidt win Howard Council primaries
    There were few surprises, and even fewer voters, in the local Howard County races as voting results from Tuesday's primary election trickled in. In the hotly contested County Council District 1 races, Democrat and consulting business owner Jon...
  • Man charged in mother-in-law's death

    Man charged in mother-in-law's death
    A Dundalk woman who was found dead inside her apartment in April was killed by her son in-law, Baltimore County police announced on Friday. Police said Cecilia Alice Brown, 53, was found dead shortly after 6 p.m. on April 27 by officers who were...
  • 'Superblock' lawsuit dismissed; project to move forward

    'Superblock' lawsuit dismissed; project to move forward
    A Baltimore judge dismissed Friday a multimillion-dollar lawsuit filed by the former developers of the "Superblock" that alleged the city illegally terminated their exclusive rights to build on the property. Baltimore Circuit Judge Pamela J. White...
  • High court weighs farm record access

    High court weighs farm record access
    How far can state officials go in blocking public access to records showing how Maryland farms are doing at reducing their pollution of the Chesapeake Bay? That's the question the state's top court is weighing after recent oral arguments in Annapolis....
  • Holder commemorates Brown v. Board decision at Morgan State commencement

    Holder commemorates Brown v. Board decision at Morgan State commencement
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told members of Morgan State University's 2014 graduating class that because of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling 60 years ago that outlawed racially segregated public schools, "your generation will never know a...