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  • Westport development lawsuit dismissed, to be filed again

    Westport development lawsuit dismissed, to be filed again
    A lawsuit over the ownership of the Westport waterfront that was dismissed last month by a bankruptcy judge will be re-filed in a different court, an attorney for real estate developer Patrick Turner said Monday. Kenneth B. Frank said the suit against...
  • The Affordable Care Act will make insurance less affordable

    The Affordable Care Act will make insurance less affordable
    With full implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) less than two months away, Marylanders may expect their health insurance to become more affordable. It's right there in the title of the law, after all. However, if you plan on buying an individual...
  • Dwyer pleads guilty to drunken boating in 2012 crash

    Dwyer pleads guilty to drunken boating in 2012 crash
    Del. Don H. Dwyer Jr. again pleaded guilty Tuesday to operating a boat while drunk during a crash last year that left seven people injured, including himself. Dwyer, a Pasadena Republican, entered the plea in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court three...
  • Family watched, helpless, as gang took their son

    Family watched, helpless, as gang took their son
    Barbara Poindexter saw the death of her son coming. She likens it to watching her mother's health deteriorate. In her son's case, death followed a slow and agonizing descent into gangs and criminal activity. "When my mother came to the end, I was...
  • Jarrett sentenced to 30 years in wife's killing in 1991

    Jarrett sentenced to 30 years in wife's killing in 1991
    Describing him as a "monster hiding behind the softness of human skin," a Howard County judge sentenced Robert Jarrett Jr. to the maximum 30 years in prison Thursday for killing his wife and concealing her remains under a shed behind his Elkridge home....
  • Frederick County officials still see role in enforcing immigration laws

    Frederick County officials still see role in enforcing immigration laws
    Even as immigrant advocates applauded a federal court ruling that limits local efforts to target people in the country illegally, some Frederick County officials insisted that they should continue to play a role in deporting them. The 4th U.S. Circuit...
  • Following county trend, Laurel seeing fewer car thefts

    Following county trend, Laurel seeing fewer car thefts
    The number of auto thefts in Prince George's County has dropped by more than 54 percent over the last five years, according to state figures. Laurel Police Department officials said the city has also seen a decreased number of auto thefts in recent years....
  • Contentious start for lawsuit against Midei, St. Joseph

    Contentious start for lawsuit against Midei, St. Joseph
    Attorneys for former star cardiologist Mark Midei tried — and failed — to argue for a mistrial during opening statements Friday in a medical malpractice trial, the latest in a string of cases accusing the doctor of placing unnecessary stents...
  • Councilman wants Baltimore to boycott Florida after Zimmerman trial

    Councilman wants Baltimore to boycott Florida after Zimmerman trial
    If Councilman Nick Mosby has his way, Baltimore government would boycott Florida-based businesses in protest to the state's stand-your-ground law after George Zimmerman's acquittal. Mosby intends to file a resolution on Monday to encourage city agencies...
  • Court's Voting Rights Act ruling should be a cause for celebration

    Court's Voting Rights Act ruling should be a cause for celebration
    OK, the subject is race, so I'm going to ask the "haters" from both ends of the spectrum to step outside the chat room. You know who you are. Some of you were upset when I asked Michael Steele to run on my gubernatorial ticket in 2002. A few of you...
  • New obstacles for voters

    New obstacles for voters
    If there were any doubt the Supreme Court erred badly in the term just ended by striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act designed to protect minorities' access to the polls in states with a history of voter discrimination, it's been...
  • Defending voting rights

    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder was right to tell the National Urban League last month that despite a Supreme Court ruling in July striking down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act, the Justice Department will still seek to block Texas and other...