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  • Kamenetz, Shellenberger will do battle in 'trial' over Towson's official flower

    Kamenetz, Shellenberger will do battle in 'trial' over Towson's official flower
    Towson's official flower, the azalea, will go "on trial" on Thursday, May 3, at 12:15 p.m., following the awards ceremonies for Towson Garden Day, on the steps of the County Court House. The "trial" — hosted by the Towson Chamber of Commerce...
  • Timeline of Phylicia Barnes' death

    Dec. 28, 2010 — Phylicia Barnes, visiting from Monroe, N.C., is last seen in her sister's apartment in the 6500 block of Eberle Drive, near the Reisterstown Road Metro station and shopping plaza. When her sister, Deena, can't locate her, family...
  • Comptroller praises Baltimore County for helping snuff out cigarette smuggling

    Comptroller praises Baltimore County for helping snuff out cigarette smuggling
    State's Attorney for Baltimore County Scott Shellenberger joined forces with Comptroller Peter Franchot on Thursday, April 26, to announce success in prosecuting cigarette smuggling cases in the county. The two also pledged further enforcement against...
  • Md. authorities stop post-arrest DNA collection

    Maryland authorities have stopped collecting DNA samples from suspects arrested on violent crime and burglary charges after the state's highest court ruled the crime-fighting tool that has helped solve dozens of cold cases unconstitutional. On Friday,...
  • Schedule of Events: Towson Gardens Day, May 3

    Towson Gardens Day will be held Thursday, May 3, centered on the Courthouse Fountain Square area from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Highlights of the day, which is hosted by the Towson Chamber of Commerce and the Towson Gardens Day Committee, include: • A...
  • One loophole down, 24 to go

    One loophole down, 24 to go
    This afternoon, Gov.Martin O'Malleyplans to sign what may be the most significant step toward increasing transparency in Maryland's system of campaign finance in years: a requirement that those who contribute more than $500 to a single candidate during an...
  • Kamenetz, Shellenberger face off over flowers in Gardens Day trial

     Kamenetz, Shellenberger face off over flowers in Gardens Day trial
    On a day when downtown Towson was splashed in spring and mobbed by vendors and patrons, what else could two of the county's most powerful officials do but debate flowers and shrubs? Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and State's Attorney Scott...
  • Cockeysville: Brianna Simkins leaves long shadow in Girl Scouts, school career

    As the school year draws to a close, we have many students who have achieved outstanding recognition and awards within our area. One of those is local Girl Scout Brianna Simkins. Recently, the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland celebrated its 50th...
  • Death of 86-year-old Catonsville woman ruled homicide; no charges filed

    Two lawn chairs sit on the porch of the red-brick house in Catonsville where Emma and Lloyd Klein had lived for years. One evening last month, police say, 92-year-old Lloyd Klein wanted to walk to a nearby church. But he suffered from dementia, so his...
  • Man pleads guilty in death of Middle River girlfriend

    A Middle River man pleaded guilty Monday in the stabbing death of his girlfriend last year, Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott D. Shellenberger said. Sam Davis, 61, pleaded guilty in Circuit Court to first-degree murder in the death of Jacqueline...
  • U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang

    U.S. indicts 22 in Md.-bred prison gang
    Nearly two dozen alleged members of a prison gang that started in Maryland and spread across the country have been indicted on federal racketeering charges, including accusations of murder for hire, armed robbery and drug running, officials announced...
  • Death of teen in fight with officer ruled homicide by asphyxiation

    Death of teen in fight with officer ruled homicide by asphyxiation
    An off-duty Baltimore County police officer chased down a 17-year-old Randallstown High School student and killed him during an altercation Wednesday night, police said, after a group of youths threw a rock at the front door of the officer's home. The...