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  • AMC 2nd Annual Golf Classic Raises $6,300 for Cancer Research [letter]

    Editor: After a line of thunderstorms, skies cleared May 10 for 71 golfers to enjoy a round of golf at Ruggles Golf Course on Aberdeen Proving Ground. Players received an embroidered AMC golf towel and goodie bag before taking to the links for a...
  • Arrest made in fatal stabbing of Reisterstown property manager

    Arrest made in fatal stabbing of Reisterstown property manager
    Baltimore County charged a man in the June fatal stabbing of a townhouse property manager in a Reisterstown leasing office, though officials said Wednesday they "cannot speculate about the motive." Rashaan M. Williams, 27, of the Milford Mill area,...
  • Paula Deen lands in the deep fryer

    Paula Deen lands in the deep fryer
    Paula Deen, the Southern celebrity chef, has been dumped from the Food Network like a stale beignet. Her Georgia roots are what made her a unique talent in the foodie world, and the darker ends of those roots are what got her in trouble. When her use of...
  • Shown a drone, bosses sold on National Guard

    Shown a drone, bosses sold on National Guard
    In an aircraft hangar in Southern Maryland, a group of bosses dressed in slacks and polo shirts clustered around an RQ-7B Shadow unmanned aircraft. Like excited schoolchildren, they peppered a Maryland National Guardsman with questions: How much does it...
  • Inmates at Jessup, and American chestnuts, on comeback trail

    Inmates at Jessup, and American chestnuts, on comeback trail
    A dozen inmates at the Patuxent Institution in Jessup have been working for months to help bring back the American chestnut tree, and in the process give themselves a bit of a comeback as well. This week inmates and administrators at the prison handed...
  • For a price, having time in their lives

    For a price, having time in their lives
    Brenda Richardson "used to spend any time off running like a madwoman catching up on home projects," says the Towson endodontist. She has since farmed out tasks such as meeting workmen, running errands and waiting for deliveries to Beth Adams and...
  • Truck driver charged with child porn in Aberdeen

    A truck driver has been charged with taking sexual photos of two young girls he was supposed to be watching at an Aberdeen home. Walter Percey Holmes III, 25, was ordered held without bail by Harford County District Court Judge Victor Butanis during a...
  • Rabid raccoon reported in Bel Air {Police Blotter}

    Aberdeen Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office reports: Matthew Justin Beckner, 18, of the 100 block of West Inca Street, was charged Wednesday with second-degree assault. Mark Anthony Hooker, 50, of the first block of West Inca Street, was...
  • Baltimore Spectator gains higher profile in police standoff

    Baltimore Spectator gains higher profile in police standoff
    Frank James MacArthur always said what was on his mind. But sometimes, his sister told him, that wasn't the best idea. "Frank is the kind of person who once in a while you wish he would lie because it wouldn't get him in trouble," Jean Arthur said....
  • Hopkins to remain as Bel Air 'mayor;' longtime town employees Oliver and Kennard retiring

    Bel Air's Board of Town Commissioners voted Monday to keep the same leadership for the another year, but the biggest news coming out of the town meeting is the retirement of two longtime town employees, Town Administrator Joyce Oliver and Jimmy Kennard of...
  • Brewing a new display for Hampden's Christmas Street

    Brewing a new display for Hampden's Christmas Street
    Even before the lights began blinking Saturday night on West 34th Street in Hampden, there was a clear audience favorite among this year's over-the-top neighborhood Christmas display. Clusters of people were stopping well before dusk to admire an...
  • Students at Ohr Chadash Academy win writing honors [ Owings Mills]

    Three fifth-grade students at Ohr Chadash Academy are published writers of their historical family stories. Submitting their work to the Grannie Annie Family Story Celebration, these young people were competing with 120 entries from 12 different states....