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From The Aegis dated March 31, 1988: Daylight saving time was much later 25 years ago, with the day to spring forward was not until April 3. But spring was certainly on its way this week, with warmer weather and some showers spurring on the early season...
Tags: Schools, Local Elections, Early Learning, Aberdeen, Fines
Dulaney High School held its 2012 commencement on May 31 at the Towson Center at Towson University. The following are members of the Class of 2012: Rami Abdulrahman Abou-Seif, Oluwamayowa Oluwabunmi Adetula, Chloe Radcliffe Adler, Nima Aghdami-Karkan,...
Sun StaffFor the past five months, the Baltimore Department of Social Services has been regularly housing children overnight at a downtown office building - allowing them to sleep upright in hard plastic chairs or on thin mattresses on the floor. The practice...
Tags: Social Services, Lawyers, Television, State Budgets, McDonald's
Sun reporterJames Casamassina had to walk more than twice as far to catch a bus to the hospital. Joe Garraway was hours late to work. Ron McComas spent about 3 1/2 hours getting from Towson to Dundalk. But Joseph Rascoe was thrilled with his new, faster bus route....
Sun StaffMartina Ford holds a photograph showing her son, a chubby child with a misshapen head, lying in a hospital bed in Spider-Man pajamas. In another photo, she awkwardly cradles the boy, whose body is attached to tentacles of tubing. "That's my pumpkin,"...
Sun StaffA woman who lost custody of her children while in a city witness protection program filed a $34 million lawsuit against the Baltimore Department of Social Services yesterday, alleging that her toddler son suffered a fractured skull when he was slammed...
Sun StaffCity Department of Social Services officials are continuing to illegally house foster children at a downtown office building, the director of the state-run agency confirmed yesterday. Samuel Chambers Jr. said that two teenage girls, one of whom ran...
Sun reporterMaryland State Prosecutor Robert A. Rohrbaugh claims that he has no hobbies, and that he's just not that interesting. He says he spends long days at his Towson office and then heads home to spend time with his family in Montgomery County. But the man...
Tags: Sheila Dixon, Heads of State, Television, Laws, Trials
Sun reporterA 15-year-old Dulaney High School honor student and Boy Scout was charged yesterday with shooting and killing his parents and two younger brothers, a crime that police said he confessed to more than 24 hours after the killings - time he allegedly spent...
Sun reportersProsecutors are investigating whether Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon received thousands of dollars in gifts - including fur coats - from a prominent developer whose projects benefited from tax breaks and zoning changes she supported as City Council...
Sun reporterThe state prosecutor's office questioned at least three people yesterday in its investigation into contracting practices at City Hall, including Patrick Turner, president of Turner Development Group, which is developing a residential community called Silo...
Sun reportersCompanies linked to a developer questioned in the state investigation of Mayor Sheila Dixon have made nearly $500,000 in political contributions in the past decade, state campaign finance records show. The 57 limited liability corporations named in court...
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