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  • Police: 2 well-dressed men kidnap 68-year-old and force him to drive to banks in Catonsville

    A 68-year-old Baltimore resident was kidnapped by two men with handguns in Catonsville and forced to drive to two banks and withdraw money in the middle of the day Wednesday, according to Baltimore County police. The two approached the 68-year-old...
  • Catonsville Crime Log: Burglar flees home empty-handed after hearing resident

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-0872....
  • CVS, Texas Roadhouse to open soon at Fallston's Aumar Village

    CVS, Texas Roadhouse to open soon at Fallston's Aumar Village
    The developer of the new Aumar Village Shopping Center in Fallston says he is still in talks with a national grocery chain about moving to the shopping center on the corner of Routes 1 and 152. "We're talking to a national chain moving up from the...
  • 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...
  • Small water main damaged during repairs

    Small water main damaged during repairs
    A 10-inch water main broke Tuesday during repairs to the two-block stretch of Light Street downtown that has been closed to traffic since a larger pipe erupted there July 16. "The location of this main was really a surprise to everyone," said Kurt...
  • Man robs Ellicott City pharmacy using a syringe

    A man brandishing a syringe robbed an Ellicott City pharmacy of prescription medication Wednesday morning, according to Howard County police. The man walked into the CVS in the 3300 block of Centennial Lane at about 4:20 a.m., went up to the pharmacy...
  • Columbia man arrested in pharmacy robbery that involved bloody syringe

    Columbia man arrested in pharmacy robbery that involved bloody syringe
    A man who allegedly robbed a pharmacy using a syringe and tried to rob a woman at an ATM has been arrested, according to the Howard County Police Department. Benjamin Frederick Blessing, 52, of the 5200 block of Golden Sky Court in Columbia, is facing...
  • The salted caramel hot chocolate

     
    Yesterday I saw an ad for Starbucks' Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate.Whoa. No, I didn't buy one (but only because it couldn't possibly taste as good as it sounded), but I fantasized about it for the rest of the day.Faithful readers know......
  • Seasonal flu vaccine may fall short

    Seasonal flu vaccine may fall short
    With all the attention given to the slow pace of distribution of the swine flu vaccine, doctors and other providers are raising concerns about a shortage of vaccine for the other flu that is expected to slam the state and country this year. Demand...
  • Where simple is worth preserving

    The eclectic collections of bric-a-brac hocked at Takoma Park's trademark vintage shops have a uniqueness matched only by the burg's mishmash of people, cultures and lifestyles. Here, the pace is slow, and the inhabitants embody a small-town sincerity...
  • S&P 500 closes above 2,000; investors may get a psychological boost

    S&P 500 closes above 2,000; investors may get a psychological boost
    The Standard & Poor's 500 stock index, a widely watched measure of a broad array of stocks, closed above the 2,000 level for the first time as investors pushed aside worries over global unrest to focus on the improving domestic economy. The latest...
  • Care aides get little to no training for life-and-death tasks

    Teri Sernett stood frozen in fear in the living room of the east St. Paul, Minn., home. Her patient, an elderly quadriplegic man she had just met, gasped for air, his throat blocked and his eyes rolled back. Nothing in Sernett's one hour of training as a...