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  • Goodnight, Irene: Leave the lights on

    Goodnight, Irene: Leave the lights on
    Downed trees, blocked roads and some street flooding were the calling cards Hurricane Irene left in Laurel this weekend, as wind and rain ripped through the area beginning Saturday night, Aug. 27. City officials said the weather station at Laurel High...
  • 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...
  • Registered sex offender sentenced to 20 years for sexual assaults on teens near Annapolis

    A registered sex offender was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison for raping a 13-year-old girl he met online and sexually assaulting her 14-year-old friend. James Mason III, 30, of Annapolis, had run-ins with the law starting at age 12, and this...
  • Three men face charges in connection with robbery at Bel Air area McDonald's

    Following an anonymous tip, three Harford County men, the oldest 21 and the youngest 18, were arrested and charged for their alleged involvement in a snatch and grab robbery Wednesday at McDonald's in Rock Spring north of Bel Air. The alleged...
  • 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...
  • New AD takes the reins at Laurel High

    New AD takes the reins at Laurel High
    The last time Laurel High School hired a new athletic director, Torrence Oxendine was 12 years old. Now, 22 years later, he's the one moving into that position. For the first time since 1989, someone other than Terry Parfitt sat in Laurel High School's...
  • 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...
  • New Baker Awards exhibit has surface appeal

    New Baker Awards exhibit has surface appeal
    Moving through the Baltimore Museum of Art's exhibit of work by the 2011 Baker Artist Awards provides an experience akin to that in the film "Pleasantville." You start in living color and, before you know it, you're swallowed up in a black-and-white...
  • Teen gets five years for attack on transgender woman at McDonald's

    Teen gets five years for attack on transgender woman at McDonald's
    After a teenage girl was sentenced Tuesday to five years in prison for beating a transgender woman at a McDonald's in Rosedale, some advocates for transgender people called the sentence too lenient. "The whole incident is unfortunate and demonstrates the...
  • 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...