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  • Franchot takes aim at sales tax on gas

    As if Gov. Martin O'Malley didn't have enough opposition to his proposal to apply Maryland's 6 percent sales tax to purchases of gasoline, he now he faces an insurgency within his own party. Comptroller Peter Franchot, building on his previous objections...
  • Citing 'free speech,' attorney seeks dismissal of charges against Henson

    Citing 'free speech,' attorney seeks dismissal of charges against Henson
    A defense lawyer asked a Baltimore judge Monday to throw out election fraud charges against veteran political consultant Julius Henson, arguing that Henson was exercising his right to free speech when he composed a misleading Election Day robo-call....
  • State: Howard women top Morgan on free throws

    The Howard women's basketball team finished the game shooting 11-for-15 (73.3 percent) from the foul line to take down host Morgan State, 64-55, on Monday. The Bison (17-7 overall, 9-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) changed their offense to an inside-...
  • Henson trial to begin after judge declines to dismiss case

    Henson trial to begin after judge declines to dismiss case
    Jury selection is expected to begin Wednesday in the election fraud case against veteran political consultant Julius Henson after a Baltimore judge rejected a defense request to throw out the charges. Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown ruled Tuesday...
  • A Giant letdown for Rotunda shoppers

    A Giant letdown for Rotunda shoppers
    "I think it's awful," declared retired Baltimore Sun reporter Eric Siegel, 62, coming out of the soon-to-close Giant Food store in Hampden's Rotunda mall, a half-block from his house. "I think it's going to be really hard for the neighborhood." "I'm very...
  • Howard County health briefs

    Blood donations The Greater Chesapeake and Potomac Region of the American Red Cross is requesting blood donations. Eligible donors can call 800-GIVE-LIFE to schedule an appointment. Platelet donors should call 800-272-2123. Calendar Spiritual...
  • Could it have been stopped?

    We agree with Anne M. Brown! As soon as I saw the headline – "Didn't anyone see it coming?" — my stomach did a flip because I knew exactly what the letter was about. My friends and I have expressed the same words and feelings verbatim! Sadly,...
  • Man charged in thefts of top shelf liquor from Harford stores

    A 31-year-old Anne Arundel County man was arrested last week and charged in connection with what police say they believe is the theft of more than $100,000 worth of top-shelf liquor from numerous liquor stores in Harford County and elsewhere in Maryland....
  • Patterson boys upset No. 1 Lake Clifton

    Patterson boys upset No. 1 Lake Clifton
    For the past two years, the Patterson boys basketball team has become one of the finest in the area in large part due to an explosive offense that few opponents can keep up with. In Tuesday's home showdown against newly-appointed No. 1 Lake Clifton,...
  • Who's who on 'Downtown'

    The Family Robert, Earl of Grantham and Cora, Countess of Grantham The kind-hearted Robert (Hugh Bonneville) originally married American heiress Cora (Elizabeth McGovern) for her money, but the relationship blossomed into true love (they even sleep in...
  • Humphrey and Brown set the pace at the Penguin Pace

    The deadline for submitting sports copy is 9 a.m. on Mondays. We prefer email (howardcountysports@patuxent.com). We do not accept results by phone. When two Howard County teams play, players from both teams (first and last names) must be mentioned in...
  • Local health groups win grants to expand services

    Fifteen local health departments, community health centers and other safety net providers will share $1.1 million in grants from the state to provide more care to needy populations. The grants will focus on reducing infant mortality rates, expanding...