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  • Unquiet minds

    Unquiet minds
    Horrific as the crime was, the fact that a Baltimore judge last week accepted Alexander Kinyua's plea of "guilty but not criminally responsible" in connection with the brutal beating of a classmate last May doesn't come completely as a surprise....
  • Army Spc. Kevin S. Weaver graduates basic combat training

    Army Spc. Kevin S. Weaver has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, Weaver studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness and received instruction and...
  • Forest Hill woman reflects on her memories of Pearl Harbor for posterity

    Forest Hill woman reflects on her memories of Pearl Harbor for posterity
    I had always wished that my great-grandmother, who lived in Maryland during the Civil War, had written some personal notes as to what it was like for her at the time. They would be especially interesting for us now. With that thought in mind, I wrote some...
  • Anne Arundel recreation center offers CPR for pets

    Anne Arundel recreation center offers CPR for pets
    Ask any of the attendees of the pet first-aid and CPR class in Anne Arundel County why they would take such a course and each has the same response: Pets are like family, and you take care of family. "You never know when you might need it," said Nicole...
  • Md. food trucks to rally for storm-ravaged N.J. towns

    Md. food trucks to rally for storm-ravaged N.J. towns
    On Saturday, Baltimore's fleet of food trucks will rally in Towson to benefit the storm-ravaged New Jersey towns of Bayville, Westfield and Toms Rivers. The Hurricane Relief Gathering, which is being organized by the Maryland Mobile Food Vendors and the...
  • Drug overdose: the quiet epidemic

    Drug overdose: the quiet epidemic
    For all the attention that violent crime gets in the media, the average American is much more likely to die from another largely preventable tragedy. Fatal drug overdoses have risen sharply in recent years. In Congress this month, Maryland Rep. Donna F....
  • New city jail on horizon

    New city jail on horizon
    Despite objections from youth advocates and some city lawmakers, momentum is building in the State House to construct a new 120-bed jail in Baltimore for youths who are charged as adults. Debate over the proposed jail has swirled in Baltimore and the...
  • Military service

    VAUGHN: Army Reserve Pvt. Kyle L. Vaughn has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, Vaughn studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness and received...
  • Winnie promoted to Seaman Apprentice

    WINNIE: Navy Seaman Apprentice Paul M. Winnie, son of Pamela A. and David B. Winnie of Joppa, was recently promoted to his rank upon graduation from recruit training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Winnie received the early promotion for...
  • Boy, 11, rescued from Patapsco by officer in 1938 [History Matters]

    100 Years Ago Church offerings "Church Notes" from the Times: "Miss Mary Jefferson will address the congregation at Linden, on Sunday, 10:30 A.M. and Clarksville at 3 P.M. "Trinity Church, Ten Hills. Evening prayer and sermon. 4 P.M. "St. John's...
  • Army Pfc. Tamara S. Peak graduates basic combat training

    Army Pfc. Tamara S. Peak has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, Peak studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values and physical fitness and received instruction and...
  • Medical, public safety officials ready for Baltimore Grand Prix

    Medical, public safety officials ready for Baltimore Grand Prix
    For Baltimore's emergency workers, the Baltimore Grand Prix Festival of Speed is more than a three-day party surrounded by shrieking Indy cars. It's 40,000 to 80,000 people a day — many with medical issues, bad judgment or evil intent —...