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  • Paving contractor wanted in Anne Arundel on consumer complaints arrested at South Carolina resort

    A paving contractor wanted by Anne Arundel County police on a warrant charging him with theft for allegedly cheating elderly people in a paving scheme was arrested this week at a South Carolina resort, according to law enforcement authorities. Maj....
  • Bike rush was great part of parade, dark images were not

    For the third year running, I rode with my daughter on July 4 in the bicycle rush in the Towson Fourth of July Parade. Neighbors and unknown spectators cheered as she passed them. My heart swelled as these people encouraged her, telling her that not...
  • Don't call it 'genocide'

    As a Turkic-American, I oppose efforts to secure a presidential proclamation designating April 24 as "Armenian genocide" day. Unlike many other tragedies and massacres, the Armenian allegations of Turkish genocide are hotly contested and have been...
  • Advocates warn immigrants of scams

    Immigrant advocates are warning people who plan to apply for a work permit under a new federal immigration policy to beware of scammers and hold off on taking any formal action until more details emerge about how the program will work. The policy shift,...
  • Everything is always going straight to hell

    The other day I seconded Jan Freeman’s dismissal of Ron Rosenbaum’s carrying-on at Slate as the self-appointed “catchphrase executioner” of vogue usages that annoy him. Now there’s an article at Gizmodo asserting that...
  • The word 'marriage' matters

    In regard to the issue of same-sex marriage, there are really only two defining aspects to the core discussion, and which of these two you choose to focus upon will ultimately determine your final position, regardless of religious or political...
  • No more Costa Concordias

    No more Costa Concordias
    As the 100th anniversary the RMS Titanic disaster approaches, the Costa Concordia grounding is a stark reminder that going to sea remains dangerous. A modern cruise ship sailing a routine route capsized in a matter of minutes in beautiful weather, leaving...
  • Hundreds of deportation cases may be closed

    Federal authorities will recommend closing 366 pending immigration cases in Baltimore after the Department of Homeland Security used the city as a pilot for how to expedite the review of backlogs. If the court agrees with the recommendation, the 366 won'...
  • Laurel police: Man turns in self for N.Y. slayings

    A 24-year-old man who walked into the Laurel police station on Christmas Eve and confessed to a double murder on Long Island, according to police, is being held pending an extradition hearing as early as Tuesday. Jim Collins, a spokesman for the Laurel...
  • Man suspected of killing girlfriend, child in New York arrested in Laurel

    A New York man suspected of killing his girlfriend and her son in Long Island was taken into custody Dec. 24 in Laurel. Jerry A. Lewis, 24, entered the Laurel Police Department at 7:40 p.m. on Dec. 24 and told officers he was turning himself in, Laurel...
  • Glen Burnie man charged with assault, reckless driving

    Anne Arundel police have charged a 34-year-old Glen Burnie man with assault and reckless driving and are seeking a 41-year-old woman in connection with the incident that occurred Wednesday evening in Severn. David Charles Lane of the 200 block Woodhill...
  • Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal

    Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal
    What comes to mind when Mexican immigrant Elsa Garcia thinks of Baltimore's drawbacks? "Basura. O las drogas," said the East Baltimore resident. "Trash. Or drugs." Then, quickly, comes her list of Baltimore's pluses: Her husband has been able to find...