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  • Reward fund increased in unsolved fatal hit-and-run in Pasadena

    Reward fund increased in unsolved fatal hit-and-run in Pasadena
    The reward in an unsolved hit-and-run crash that killed a Pasadena teenager last spring has been increased to $15,000, Anne Arundel police announced Wednesday. New private donations have increased the total reward from $10,000 to $15,000, police said....
  • Traffic: 83 South in city cleared after accident

    Traffic: 83 South in city cleared after accident
    The southbound lanes on the Jones Falls Expressway in Baltimore have reopened after a two-vehicle accident closed them Friday afternoon, stalling traffic. A city police spokesman said they are still awaiting additional information about any injuries.
  • Maryland names shortlist of Purple Line contractors

    Maryland names shortlist of Purple Line contractors
    Four teams of contractors and investors have been named to a short-list of companies that will be considered under a public-private partnership with Maryland to build the Purple Line. The teams were selected from a pool of six respondents to an...
  • McDonogh's Woods selected for Big 33 game

    McDonogh's Woods selected for Big 33 game
    McDonogh All-Metro safety Josh Woods has been selected to play for Team Maryland in the Big 33 Football Classic, a June all-star game between Maryland and Pennsylvania. Woods, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound safety who has committed to Maryland, also played...
  • Commuters in Baltimore taking fewer, longer trips via public transit

    Commuters in Baltimore taking fewer, longer trips via public transit
    Commuters in the Baltimore region took slightly fewer trips on public transit in recent years but traveled farther on the trips they took, according to a report released Wednesday by the Maryland PIRG Foundation. A total of 96.9 million trips were taken...
  • City homicide count rises for second year; victim 218 killed in Park Heights

    City homicide count rises for second year; victim 218 killed in Park Heights
    Rodney Eric Smith was shot to death in a dirty alley. Police found him surrounded by foam containers, liquor bottles and trash bags thrown into trees, yards from an uncovered storm drain that could break a car axle. Smith deserved better, said...
  • Gonzalez named Gatorade Maryland Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year

    Gonzalez named Gatorade Maryland Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year
    Ellie Gonzalez might be running out of space to store her accolades. The Catholic High School runner was named the 2013-14 Gatorade Maryland Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year on Wednesday, following up her selection as Gatorade Maryland Girls Track...
  • MARC train weekend service begins

    MARC train weekend service begins
    Six-year-old Rey Powell sat next to his father, nose pressed against the window on the MARC train Saturday as he headed from Union Station in Washington to Penn Station in Baltimore aboard one of the system's first weekend trains. The two planned to grab...
  • Douglass shut out in bid for first state title, losing 25-0 to Fort Hill

    Douglass shut out in bid for first state title, losing 25-0 to Fort Hill
    The dream season for the Douglass football team did not come to a perfect end Saturday afternoon, as Fort Hill spoiled the No. 14 Ducks’ bid to finish undefeated with a 25-0 victory in the Class 1A state football championship at M&T Bank Stadium....
  • Traffic: Water main break in Baltimore City

    Traffic: Water main break in Baltimore City
    Baltimore City traffic on Thursday has been hampered by a water main break on East Cold Spring Lane that has closed the street from Harford Road to Hillen Road for three hours since the Department of Public Works first reported the incident at 7:08 a.m....
  • Douglass' Elwood Townsend named Ravens' High School Coach of the Year

    Douglass' Elwood Townsend named Ravens' High School Coach of the Year
    Douglass football coach Elwood Townsend was named Ravens’ High School Coach of the Year Sunday after guiding the Ducks, 3-7 two years ago, to the best season in school history -- 13-1 with an appearance in the state final. Not only did the Ducks...
  • Heavy snow surpassing forecasts, with ice still ahead

    Heavy snow surpassing forecasts, with ice still ahead
    Several inches of snow fell across the Baltimore area, with as much as 5-7 inches in some spots, and ice was still ahead as a winter storm that has traveled across the country packed more of a punch in Maryland than forecasters expected. While a maximum...