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  • Laurel crime log: Ex-boyfriend forces way into house

    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 South Shore Court, 14300 block, Sept....
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Paula Michelle Selchert, 33, of the 100 block of Hanover Street, was charged Monday with possession of marijuana. Eric Gregory Lind, 23, of the 3500 block of Churchville Road,...
  • State considers new pharmacy plan without Walgreens

    State considers new pharmacy plan without Walgreens
    State employees, retirees and their dependents could no longer fill their prescriptions at Walgreens under a contract being considered by Maryland's Board of Public Works. The panel agreed Wednesday to defer action on the $2.4 billion five-year...
  • Unsolved: 25 years later, Havre de Grace murder still baffles police

    Twenty-five years ago today (Friday), in the middle of the afternoon on a busy parking lot in Havre de Grace, a woman was shot to death as she serviced a bank ATM machine. That was Oct. 14, 1986. A quarter century later, the murder of Carolyn McComas...
  • Police blotter

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Gerald Calvin Vaughn Jr., 62, of the 1900 block of Fletcher Road, was charged Thursday with second-degree assault. Jonathan Alexander Meerdink, 31, of the 700 block of...
  • Police aim to crack down on crime on I-295 footbridge

    Police aim to crack down on crime on I-295 footbridge
    Robin Costello lives on Freeway, only a couple of blocks away from the notorious pedestrian footbridge across Interstate-295 that connects Lansdowne and Baltimore Highlands. She said that despite a recent rash of armed robberies in the area, she thinks...
  • Boliwalou resale boutique inspires individuality

    Boliwalou resale boutique inspires individuality
    If you think the name Boliwalou sounds like a fantastical place in a Dr. Seuss book, you’re not far from the truth. It is a made-up word, inspired by the famous children’s author, but it’s not a place; it’s a philosophy, says...
  • State workers to get new pharmacy plan

    More than 200,000 Maryland state employees, retirees and dependents will switch to a new pharmacy plan as a result of the Board of Public Works' decision Wednesday to award the $2.4 billion contract to a St. Louis-based company. When the transition...
  • With plan for new hotel, Harbor East glitters even more brightly

    With plan for new hotel, Harbor East glitters even more brightly
    Plans to create an upscale hotel with shops and restaurants on the edge of Baltimore's Harbor East neighborhood are reinforcing city leaders' belief that the thriving waterfront community will continue to spur growth east of the Inner Harbor. A vacant...
  • Anne Arundel County to save millions on drug costs

    Anne Arundel County officials said a renegotiated contract will save taxpayers $17.6 million in prescription drug costs over the next three years. A new $215 million deal with CVS Caremark provides cheaper prescriptions to county government and school...
  • Hudson's Corner: Baltimore drivers live up to city's dubious distinction in annual Allstate report

    After my husband and I had a recent, but too-brief beach getaway, we knew we were back in Baltimore the minute we drove onto Russell Street. There, we were greeted by erratic drivers, who shifted at speeds close to 80 miles per hour. In September 2011,...
  • Arundel sees drop in student suspensions, discipline referrals for black students

    Suspensions and other disciplinary actions for African-American students fell at Anne Arundel County schools last year because of new practices, said a school system team examining purported racial disparities in punishments. The audit, design and...