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  • Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of an unforgettable manhunt in Havre de Grace

    Sunday marks the 25th anniversary of an unforgettable manhunt in Havre de Grace
    Twenty-five years may have passed since a New York City man turned a routine traffic case into a night of mayhem when he killed a police officer and wounded three others in Havre de Grace, but for some of those close to the manhunt and the overnight siege...
  • Aberdeen Lions Club Spaghetti Supper

      Editor: On Oct. 25 the Aberdeen Lions Club held its annual spaghetti supper. Proceeds from this fund raiser benefits the Aberdeen Middle School. With budget cuts for field trips, as well as the need for additional technology, these proceeds will...
  • Howard weighs gender identity bill after statewide law fails

    After suffering a defeat in the state legislature, advocates pushing to bar discrimination against transgender people are looking to build protection into local laws — spurred on by a high-profile attack on a woman at a Baltimore County McDonald's...
  • Gender identity bill poised for council approval

    The County Council is poised to make gender identity a protected classification under county law. All four council Democrats sponsoring the bill confirmed their support for it after a public hearing Monday, Nov. 21 that was filled with personal stories...
  • Transgender citizens, families testify for Howard Co. anti-discrimination bill

    About two dozen transgender citizens, their relatives and supporters on Monday night urged the Howard County Council to adopt a bill that would bar discrimination against transgender people. "We don't want to be special," said Howard resident Sharon...
  • In Spain for Thanksgiving, pining for Dundalk

    In Spain for Thanksgiving, pining for Dundalk
    SEVILLE, Spain—Here, the orange trees are the only things changing color as autumn takes its hold. The palmeras and the jasmine vines that climb the wall outside my apartment — and fill the patio below with an inimitable scent — are...
  • You pay bills on time, so why isn't your credit score higher?

    Marlene Partridge and her husband have a six-figure retirement income, no debt and pay off their credit cards each month. Yet when the 62-year-old former teacher from Idaho saw her credit score a couple of years ago, she was disappointed that it wasn't...
  • Time will fix it

    "Time heals all wounds," as they, the cliched voices, say. That is seemingly the same philosophy they — as in the designers, planners and leaders of the Maryland Transportation Authority – have taken toward a bit of goofiness in the recently...
  • Howard council passes gender identity law

    Howard council passes gender identity law
    Howard County has joined Montgomery County and Baltimore City as the third jurisdiction in the state to adopt a law prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity and expression. The Howard County Council's four Democrats voted in favor of...
  • Forest Hill backups irritating

    Editor: I'm so tired of sitting for three or four lights just to get from Colgate Drive in Forest Hill to entrance to the Bel Air by-pass near McDonald's. There are signs that say right lane closed merge left, but no one adheres to it. They will wait to...
  • Victim of transgender assault at Rosedale McDonald's charged with disorderly conduct

    Victim of transgender assault at Rosedale McDonald's charged with disorderly conduct
    The 23-year-old transgendered woman whose videotaped beating in a Rosedale McDonald's went viral over the Internet is facing a disorderly conduct charge after an argument with a police officer in Baltimore County. Chrissy Lee Polis, free on $7,500 bail,...
  • Fitzpatrick, Bills a good union

    Ryan Fitzpatrick of the Bills is from Harvard, and that makes him unique. He's the only quarterback from that school to become an NFL starter. But there's a common, everyman side to this son of a rocket scientist, and not just because he proposed to...