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  • Laptops, TVs stolen from Catonsville residences [Catonsville crime log]

    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 any information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-...
  • Activities scheduled for May, Older Americans Month

    Let's Get Organized — "Organizing for the Season," Wed., May 15, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Laurel-Beltsville Senior Activity Center, 7120 Contee Road. Judy Tiger, of Just That Simple, shares tips on putting away winter clothes and organizing for spring and...
  • Man jumped, robbed by several men at Hillendale Shopping Center [Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from police reports from the Towson and Cockeysville precincts. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. A man was jumped and robbed by several men at Hillendale...
  • Baltimore Sun Media Group mobile news products

    [ SITES ] Sun smartphone and tablet site (smartphones and tablets) Touch.baltimoresun.com, specially designed to be interacted with on touch screens, automatically adjusts its presentation according to your device. Readers visiting baltimoresun.com on...
  • Under Armour stock slips, but analysts still bullish on company's future

    Under Armour stock slips, but analysts still bullish on company's future
    Last Wednesday, at the company’s Investor Day, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank ended his opening statement by urging those in attendance to clap if they felt so compelled. There were, indeed, moments that inspired people in the crowd to bring their...
  • A ROAR of support in Roland Park for national Autism Awareness Month

    A ROAR of support in Roland Park for national Autism Awareness Month
    Sitting at the kitchen counter, playing a game on his mother's cellphone, Nick Brooks looked like any other 13-year-old, except for an occasional hand clap and the burbles that his brothers affectionately call "Nicky noises." Soon, he got bored with the...
  • Helpers in Santa House in Arbutus share young visitors' excitement

    Helpers in Santa House in Arbutus share young visitors' excitement
    Saturday evening, magic will descend upon the dull, drab parking lot near the Arbutus Town Hall as the traditional welcome to Santa Claus on Nov. 24 marks the official start to the holiday season. Little children become the playing pieces in a game of...
  • Harford council approves James Run TIF in tight vote

    Harford council approves James Run TIF in tight vote
    The Harford County Council narrowly approved tax-increment financing for the James Run Corporate Campus project at Route 543 and I-95, with those supporting it calling it an important opportunity for the county. The legislation passed by a vote of 4 to...
  • Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan

    Ravens make long-distance connection to Afghanistan
    Wide receiver Torrey Smith, kicker Justin Tucker and punter Sam Koch were three of several Ravens players summoned to coach John Harbaugh’s office Wednesday morning, but they weren’t in trouble. Eight players and Harbaugh convened in the...
  • Baltimore County school to launch 'paperless classroom'

    In one Baltimore County school next semester, students will swap notebooks for 1-inch touch screens, textbook passages for online articles, worksheets for apps, and writing utensils for a keyboard, launching the first "paperless classroom" in a county...
  • Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson

    Black Friday gets a jump start on Thanksgiving night in Towson
    The streets were quiet Thanksgiving evening. An empty bus rolled up North Charles Street, toward Towson, a town mostly rolled up for the holiday. But outside Target in the Towson Marketplace shopping center, a long line of was forming at 7 p.m. —...
  • Better: Newspapers will live forever, unless you want to wrap fish in a Kindle

    Print media is slowly, but surely, becoming extinct. Every day more newspapers switch off their printing presses and go to online-only editions. No one is immune. Just over a year ago, I received the news I'd feared for a long while: The papers I'd...