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  • Laurel Police report seven forced-entry burglaries during September [Crime log]

    Laurel Police report seven forced-entry burglaries during September [Crime log]
    Laurel police report felonies, arrests and property crimes. Prince George's County police report violent crimes and property crimes. Anne Arundel County reports. Howard County police report major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. City of Laurel...
  • City to pay $50,000 to family after 'mentor' allegedly molested student

    City to pay $50,000 to family after 'mentor' allegedly molested student
    The city's spending panel is set to approve Wednesday a $50,000 settlement to the family of a girl who was allegedly molested by a mentor she met at her Baltimore middle school. Criminal charges remain pending against Charles D. Shelly, 46, of the...
  • Columbia Digest

    Holiday tree sale The Atholton Athletic Boosters annual holiday tree sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15, at the school, 6520 Freetown Road. Douglas and Fraser firs will be available. Proceeds benefit the school's athletic teams....
  • Howard PTA Council hopes to answer cell phone questions

    The new cell phone and social media rules in Howard County schools have been in place for almost five months now, but questions remain among parents as to how the changes are impacting their children's education. So the PTA Council of Howard County...
  • Is a 'bookless' library coming to a branch near you? Signs point to ... maybe [Commentary]

    Is a 'bookless' library coming to a branch near you? Signs point to ... maybe [Commentary]
    When people think of a library, they usually picture rooms filled with books. That seems fair, since the word comes from "librarius," which means "of books." But one library recently made headlines for having no books at all – at least, in the...
  • 'The Real Housewives of Miami' recap: Reunion, Part 2

    'The Real Housewives of Miami' recap: Reunion, Part 2
    MEOW! The claws were out and ready to stab hearts, backs and everything in-between during tonight’s "The Real Housewives of Miami" reunion finale! We pick up right where we left off Monday, with Joanna cracking up in her dressing room as her...
  • Google to pay Md. $1M over privacy breach allegations

    Google to pay Md. $1M over privacy breach allegations
    Google will pay the Maryland state government $1 million as part of a $17 million, 37-state settlement for collecting information on consumers' Internet browsing activity without their consent. The data was gathered from iPhone and iPad users despite a...
  • There are many ways to support the needy this holiday season

    There are many ways to support the needy this holiday season
    As we come to the close of another challenging year on the economic front for many, local nonprofit groups throughout the area are struggling to make ends meet and address growing needs in the community. These groups and the people they serve need our...
  • NBC Sports' Michele Tafoya on the importance of sideline reporters

    NBC Sports' Michele Tafoya on the importance of sideline reporters
    This has been a very busy season on the “Sunday Night Football” sidelines for NBC Sports reporter Michele Tafoya, who will be in Baltimore tonight covering the Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers matchup. In the season opener between the Ravens and...
  • 'Glee' recap, 'Previously Unaired Christmas'

    'Glee' recap, 'Previously Unaired Christmas'
    “Hello, I’m America’s Jane Lynch,” Jane Lynch says as she snaps a heavy duty cleaning glove on her left hand to stick coal in the stockings of Cloris Leachman, Meryl Streep, Melissa McCarthy and Edie Falco. She explains to the...
  • A vintage vacation for Tom Noonan, CEO of Visit Baltimore

    A vintage vacation for Tom Noonan, CEO of Visit Baltimore
    There isn't much that goes on in Baltimore that doesn't include Tom Noonan. The president and CEO of Visit Baltimore is responsible for promoting the region and all of its venues as a destination for conventions, meetings, leisure travelers, day-trippers,...
  • Longform stories of the year [special section]

    Longform stories of the year [special section]
    Looking to settle in for a long winter's read? Specially for our iPad app readers, we've assembled some of our best longform stories of the year. To read them, go to the Maryland section, then to "2013 Longrom Stories."