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  • Letter: Bobcats' post prom party a success

    The Bel Air High School After Prom Party committee would like to thank the following area businesses and/or individuals for their generous donations, which helped to make our after prom party, held at the Bel Air Athletic Club April 28– 29 a...
  • Best Buy and Cooking.com launch website

      Need a new paella pan or a souffle dish? Best Buy Co. and Cooking.com have teamed up to launch an online store for cooks. The Best Buy Kitchen Shop, a microsite that will be run by Cooking.com, will offer more than 3,000 cookware and kitchen products...
  • Best Buy and Cooking.com launch online store

      Need a new paella pan or a souffle dish? Best Buy Co.and Cooking.com have teamed up to launch an online store for cooks. The Best Buy Kitchen Shop, a microsite run by Cooking.com, offers more than 3,000 cookware and kitchen products and is accessible...
  • Bel Air town employees to get raises under new budget; light funded for Gateway and Boulton

    Bel Air town employees to get raises under new budget; light funded for Gateway and Boulton
    Bel Air's town employees will get a 3 percent raise in July and residents of English Country Manor should soon get their long sought traffic light at Gateway Drive and Boulton Street under the 2013 town budget that received final approval from the Board...
  • Reading between the lines of the Dixon indictment

    Dec. 21, 2006, was a long and busy day for then-City Council President Sheila Dixon. According to an article in The Baltimore Sun, she arrived at a meeting of the Baltimore Development Corp. just as it was about to end. Its members had voted to recommend...
  • In this case, gifts help start a career, not end one

    Turns out gift cards aren't the most unimaginative gift out there. Just ask Pat Turner's wife. "About six years ago, my husband bought me a camera, a little digital camera, something you can stick in your purse," Jeanine Turner says on a YouTube video....
  • In Dixon case, Developer C might lead to Pastor A

    Yet another man in Sheila Dixon's life could wind up getting hauled into court. We already have Developers A and B. Now prosecutors want Developer C, Glenn Charlow, to testify about gift cards he donated to Dixon "in connection with her church...
  • From Dixon's lawyer comes an early shot across Lipscomb's bow

    It's just one of the giant white binders that Mayor Sheila Dixon's lawyers keep at hand on the defense table, their way of organizing documents for her trial, but it's apparently the most important one. "DIXON LIPSCOMB RELATIONSHIP," the cover says in...
  • Defense: Dixon thought cards were meant for her

    Mayor Sheila Dixon's lead attorney told jurors in her criminal theft case Thursday that Dixon spent gift cards donated by city developers for one simple reason: She thought they were meant as gifts for her. That line of defense is likely to turn the...
  • The defense rests, and Dixon is silent

    The defense rests, and Dixon is silent
    When he instructs the jurors in the Dixon case, Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will likely tell them not to construe or infer anything from the defendant's silence. Mayor Sheila Dixon did not testify in her own defense against charges that she's a thief....
  • Mayor's defense hopes silence is golden

    When he instructs the jurors in the Dixon theft case, Circuit Judge Dennis M. Sweeney will tell them not to infer anything from the defendant's silence during trial - and they certainly should not interpret it as a sign of guilt. The judge will do this,...
  • Closings set today in Dixon case

    Closings set today in Dixon case
    Jurors are set to hear closing arguments today in the criminal theft trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon - without ever having heard from Dixon herself. The panel of nine women and three men will then begin deliberating the case against the mayor,...