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Baltimore County has hired consultants to review how it promotes police officers, amid a federal investigation into its hiring practices for minorities in public safety agencies. Officials said the contract, approved this week by the County Council,...
When the 50-year-old driver handed over his slingshot, he admitted to pelting the speed camera van with glass marbles. By the time Bruce L. May of Ellicott City was arrested and in Howard County police custody Tuesday night, police said, he had...
A 105-year-old historic dam straddling Howard and Baltimore counties could be gone by winter 2014. The removal of the Bloede Dam was one of four potential plans presented by the Bloede Dam Alternatives Analysis Open House for the 230-foot-long, 30-foot-...
The Baltimore SunIt's a little over a week until Fourth of July, but it's not too soon to remind ourselves about fireworks safety tips. Jack Leonard of Lutherville, the vice president of the National Council on Fireworks Safety, wrote a list of general fireworks safety...
Maryland and Baltimore are sending nearly 30 more employees, including 25 state troopers, to New Jersey and New York to assist in recovery efforts following Storm Sandy. The latest deployments bring to more than 50 the number of emergency medical...
Linda Kemphfer held out overnight as the power, heat and water went out, but grew frightened as it became apparent she was trapped in her home deep in the woods of Garrett County. "We were going to freeze to death," she said of her decision to call 911...
Are you ready for the 911 of the future? Annapolis-based TeleCommunication Systems, Inc., a dominant player in the field of E-911 services for public safety agencies, is building out next-generation E-911 systems, where you'll be able to call, send...
Baltimore's spending panel approved Wednesday a six-year contract extension for Fire Chief James S. Clack that will give him a raise of nearly 18 percent by 2018. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake cited a historic reduction in fire fatalities as evidence of...
Sandy rained on Havre de Grace's annual Halloween parade, but even a superstorm could not curtail trick-or-treating in the battered waterfront town. The Harford County city of 13,000 on the banks of the Susquehanna River postponed its annual Halloween...
As Sandy pounds the mid-Atlantic coast Monday, the Baltimore region is bracing for gale-force winds and flooding. The area remains under a flood watch through Tuesday evening, with coastal flooding expected late Monday into Wednesday morning,...
All of Harford County was virtually shut down Monday, as residents braced for the worst of the powerful Hurricane Sandy, which was ever closer to making landfall on the coast between Maryland and New Jersey. Heavy rain pelted the county overnight...
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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has named an advisory panel to assist in the search for the city's next police commissioner following the retirement of Frederick H. Bealefeld III. The mayor's office said the panel will conduct interviews of...
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