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  • A matter of equality

    A matter of equality
    Howard County's passage of a law last week banning discrimination against transgender people marks another significant step toward full equality for all Marylanders and it sends a strong message that the county will protect its residents' rights...
  • Perryville to consider 175-foot sign for casino

    When Maryland's first slots casino opened a year ago, it faced some tough odds. Even with a strategic location just off Interstate 95, motorists who didn't know it was there were unlikely to discover it. Hollywood Casino Perryville, located in the...
  • Fire destroys Joppa home

    Fire destroys Joppa home
    A fire in Joppa Monday evening resulted in $1.5 million in losses and the destruction of a home and 13 vehicles, fire investigators said. Just before 6:30 p.m. Monday, units from Joppa-Magnolia, Bel Air, Abingdon and Fallston volunteer fire companies and...
  • Catonsville crime log: Yard tools stolen

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-0872....
  • Westminster police pitch in to fill wish lists for local youngsters

    Westminster police pitch in to fill wish lists for local youngsters
    One little girl was looking for a purple dress for her mother. A teenager looked at curtains for his little sister. A little boy was looking for anything with Tinkerbell. For the past eight years, the aisles of Walmart in Westminster have hosted...
  • Council thanks community members for efforts in recent storms

    Havre de Grace's city council members recognized the many people who saw the city through Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee during Monday's council meeting, including some restaurateurs. The city is still struggling with the aftermath of the storms,...
  • At some schools, running, biking and swimming join the 'three Rs'

    Swimming, cycling and running may seem like after-school activities, but for some students in the county, they're now part of a regular class. Students in freshman physical education classes at Long Reach High School are a part of a pilot program,...
  • 'Sweepstakes' game rooms raise legal, tax questions

    'Sweepstakes' game rooms raise legal, tax questions
    Lillie Chappell was up about $50, then down about the same, and was into her third hour playing a video game — pressing a button on the computer screen and watching tumbling four-leaf clovers, bars, horseshoes, numeral sevens. Compared with slot...
  • Pikesville man sentenced for string of armed robberies, drugs

    A 35-year-old Pikesville man was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison Tuesday for conspiring to deal drugs and to commit a string of armed robberies at fast food chains and a Dollar Tree store, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced. Brian...
  • Why hate crimes matter

    Why hate crimes matter
    The attack on a transgender woman in a Rosedale McDonald's has led to widespread condemnation of her assailants and bewilderment at the inaction of bystanders — including a (now former) McDonald's employee who videotaped the whole incident. But...
  • McDonald's beating: the Catch-22 of capturing an attack on tape

    As appalling as the video of the McDonalds altercation in Rosedale may have been, I can't help but wonder, what would have happened if the person hadn't filmed Chrissy Lee Polis being assaulted? The attention drawn to the incident has been largely due to...
  • Josh Selby, Jordan Williams take first steps toward NBA dreams

    Josh Selby, Jordan Williams take first steps toward NBA dreams
    Josh Selby wasn't concerned about a potential NBA lockout. He wasn't concerned about the underwhelming, injury-plagued year he had at Kansas. The former Lake Clifton star was dead set on going to the NBA, and he isn't overly concerned with where he lands...