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  • 'Tower Heist' actually has its eyes on your wallet

    'Tower Heist' actually has its eyes on your wallet
    The thieves in "Tower Heist" may have a skyscraper-dwelling rich guy as their target, but the movie itself is reaching into your wallet. It's such a crassly commercial action-comedy that you won't be surprised to learn that its towering aspirations only...
  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Sherry Lynn Bienkiek, 50, of the 200 block of West Bel Air Avenue, was arrested on a bench warrant Tuesday in a case she was charged with having an alcoholic beverage in a...
  • Laurel crime log: Armed robbery at Cricket Wireless Store

    Laurel Police reports felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County Police report violent crimes and property crime. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. City of Laurel Baltimore Avenue, 14900 block, Aug....
  • Doc Popcorn pops open at White Marsh Mall

    Doc Popcorn pops open at White Marsh Mall
    Maryland's first Doc Popcorn is now open at White Marsh Mall. The Boulder-based popcorn company, which says it's the world's "only fresh-popped, all-natural flavored popcorn franchise" was founded in 2003 and began franchising in 2009. The White Marsh...
  • St. John the Evangelist School's honored as best float in Bel Air parade

    The Bel Air Independence Day Committee recently recognized St. John the Evangelist School, which produced the annual Fourth of July parade's best float. Representatives of the school accepted a monetary prize and the thanks of the committee at Bel Air...
  • Woman charged in theft scheme

    A Reisterstown woman was arrested last week on charges of identity theft, two years after charges were filed against her. Bridget Marie Smith, 30, with an address in the 13000 block of Hanover Pike in Reisterstown, was charged last Wednesday with four...
  • Ribbs back in the driver's seat at Baltimore Grand Prix

    The latest chapter in the remarkable 35-year career of racecar driver Willy T. Ribbs began "in the middle of an Iowa cornfield." Ribbs, the first African-American to drive in the Indianapolis 500, didn't see any helmeted ghosts of Daytona's past or...
  • Stop the madness: Don't shop on Thanksgiving

    Stop the madness: Don't shop on Thanksgiving
    Unemployment is high, national debt is mounting and the government appears utterly incapable of doing anything productive. The Middle East is roiled, Europe is teetering on the brink of financial collapse, and China is beefing up its military. But the...
  • More than 3,000 flags for 9/11 tribute outside Columbia mall

    More than 3,000 flags for 9/11 tribute outside Columbia mall
    Michelle McBride was driving to a doctor's appointment in downtown Columbia when she spotted the flags — hundreds at the time, soon to be more than 3,000. Recognizing that it was a 9/11 tribute, she knew she needed to stop and help. Chief...
  • Getting the N.Y. Fashion Week look at home

    Getting the N.Y. Fashion Week look at home
    In Baltimore, the best way to capture the vibe spotted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is with a quick trip to a department store or high-end boutique. Both are generally stocked with a slew of garments from designers whose creations regularly appear on the...
  • Dollar stores in battle to double down on the poor

    (Reuters) - Like millions of Americans, Darnel Ware needs to save money, even if it's 40 cents on a bag of flour.     He searches for those savings during his daily visits to the Family Dollar Store near his home in Fraser, Michigan, sometimes stopping...
  • Macy's to pay $650,000 to resolve 'shop-and-frisk' probe

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Macy's Inc has agreed to pay $650,000 to New York's attorney general and install a monitor to resolve allegations that its security personnel targeted minority shoppers. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office...