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  • Legislature should stop O'Malley's pension grab [Letter]

    Legislature should stop O'Malley's pension grab [Letter]
    A person works hard for many years to achieve a pension for retirement. It's scary to hear that Gov. Martin O'Malley wants to divert $100 million from the state pension fund for next year's budget and to make this a permanent happening. Thankfully,...
  • Musical mayhem coming to River Hill stage [Clarksville]

    "The Drowsy Chaperone," a musical show-within-a-show, will be presented by the River Hill High School Theatre Arts Department March 6-9. The show promises to be a fun, laugh-out-loud experience for the entire family as the audience is immersed in the...
  • Bill to close gun law 'loophole' draws fire

    Bill to close gun law 'loophole' draws fire
    A bill aimed at preventing guns from being sold to people legally barred from owning them drew fire Tuesday night in Annapolis, as gun rights advocates charged the measure would simply let state authorities drag out sales now delayed for months because of...
  • Scam artists tirelessly devise new schemes

    Scams are on my mind again. I hope you aren't getting tired of me passing on this kind of information but scams are constantly evolving. If I can prevent just one person from being scammed, it's worth doing. I mentioned in a previous column that I...
  • Howard police warn of fraud scheme

    Howard police warn of fraud scheme
    Howard County police are investigating multiple cases of telephone fraud, where the caller poses as an agent from the Internal Revenue Service or federal government, police said in a news release Wednesday. Police said nine cases involving county...
  • What's for sale from Baltimore's Housing Authority

    What's for sale from Baltimore's Housing Authority
    Baltimore's Housing Authority is selling 40 percent of its public housing to private developers. Here are the complexes scheduled to be sold. Officials said changes are possible in the second-year list. First year: McCulloh Homes Extension...
  • Chapelgate Presbyterian shares development plans at Zoning Board meeting

    Marriottsville's Chapelgate Presbyterian Church presented preliminary plans for a new sanctuary and town house development on the church's property to the Zoning Board and community members Wednesday night. It was one of the first steps of a new...
  • South Korean pitcher Suk-min Yoon still waiting for first game action

    South Korean pitcher Suk-min Yoon still waiting for first game action
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- South Korean right-hander Suk-min Yoon has yet to pitch in a Grapefruit League game and likely won’t until late next week at the earliest. Yoon is slated to spend most of next week in Canada obtaining his work visa.┬áHe will fly...
  • Workers nervous about layoffs as Baltimore Housing Authority sells off buildings

    Workers nervous about layoffs as Baltimore Housing Authority sells off buildings
    Union officials warned Thursday that as many as 200 maintenance workers and building monitors at Baltimore's public housing properties could lose their jobs under a plan intended to infuse the buildings with private money. Employees such as maintenance...
  • Health coverage enrollment event set for Sunday at Bel Air library

    "HealthConnectNow!" will be at the Bel Air library, 100 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. to enroll uninsured Marylanders in health coverage through Maryland Health Connection. The health fair is one in a series of events being held...
  • Shortage of housing for poorest families grows

    Shortage of housing for poorest families grows
    It's growing increasingly difficult for the poorest families in Baltimore to find affordable rental housing, and some housing advocates worry new housing policies such as privatization could make the problem worse. An analysis by the Urban Institute...
  • Lawmakers debate reforms to address gun backlog

    As lawmakers debate a measure to strengthen protections against the sale of guns to people legally barred from owning them, gun advocates are complaining that the proposal could further drag out sales already delayed for months by a large backlog in state...