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  • Proposed gas tax fuels rally on Baltimore National Pike in Catonsville Saturday

    Proposed gas tax fuels rally on Baltimore National Pike in Catonsville Saturday
    More than two dozen people rallied at the intersection of Baltimore National Pike and Winters Lane late Saturday morning to show their opposition to Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed gas tax increase. With no sign of the rain expected for the start of...
  • Teen charged with shooting at man's unknown killer

    Someone fatally shot Terrence Joyner Sunday as he was walking with 15-year-old Donye Thompson through a Northeast Baltimore gas station parking lot. Police know this much — they and have it on tape. But while police don’t know the assailant...
  • Cold Spring Lane Spruce-Up

    Take a look. The Greater Roland Park Master Planis beginning to show. Cold Spring Lane east of Roland Avenue is looking spiffy.   Along the chain link fence by Roland Springs, new skip laurels and daffodils bloom, just as they do along a homeowner’s...
  • Hefty fine for host of Sunday cock fights in 1911

    An article in the Aug. 19, 1911 edition of The Argus reported a local man's punishment for hosting cock fights on a Sunday. Herbert Backus, of Backus' Park, pleaded guilty Tuesday in the Circuit Court at Towson to the charge of allowing gambling on his...
  • Man dressed in women's clothes fatally shot at East Baltimore gas station

    An 18-year-old man dressed in women's clothes was fatally shot in the head at a gas station in East Baltimore early Saturday morning, according to police. Desean Bowman, of the 200 block of Ballou Court, was pumping gas shortly after 2 a.m. at the...
  • County review planned for Royal Farms in Eldersburg

    County review planned for Royal Farms in Eldersburg
    Carroll County's Technical Review Committee will go over a proposed development plan this week for a Royal Farms store on a long-vacant property on the southwest corner of the busy Liberty Road-Route 32 intersection in Eldersburg. The committee's...
  • Essex woman sentenced in gas station owner death

    An Essex woman was sentenced to life imprisonment Monday for supplying the handgun that was used to kill her brother-in-law, a Towson gas station owner, according to the state's attorney's office. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Bollinger...
  • Thousands of bikers ride through Maryland Saturday to remember 9/11

    Thousands of bikers ride through Maryland Saturday to remember 9/11
    With their bikes' pipes roaring and chrome shining in the morning sun, thousands of motorcyclists and riders traveled through Harford and Cecil counties Saturday in a convoy to honor the memory of those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks...
  • Inspectors work to protect consumers

    Inspectors work to protect consumers
    Jonathan Biedron didn't bother complaining the first time he noticed a difference between the price he was charged for office supplies and the figure posted on the shelf. But when it happened repeatedly — and always in the store's favor —...
  • Man charged in fatal stabbing of Public Works employee

    A 28-year-old man has been charged in the March stabbing death of a 24-year-old man who police say was followed after a dispute at a Woodlawn night club. Court records show that Terrence Fitzhugh of the 4700 block of Amberley Ave. was arrested and...
  • Herbert V. Sevier

    Herbert V. Sevier
    Herbert Vincent Sevier, a retired Baltimore County police officer who received a commendation for his role in capturing a bank robber, died of pulmonary failure Sept. 5 at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Essex resident was 79. Born in Baltimore...
  • Roland Park looking green in June, but the same can't be said for Falls Road

    June is the height of Roland Park verdancy. Trees, plants, grass and weeds are at their vegetative max. One side of our garden was so profuse it rendered a path inaccessible. We weeded. We transplanted lilies of the valley that had grown into the...