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Leonard Pitts Jr. worked himself so much into a frenzy in his recent column that he neglected to check with the state where his employer is located ("Black America silent on voting-rights threat," July 15). Florida, which has identified dozens of dead...
There isn't much hope for Harford County residents who want to put an end to the proposed Walmart relocation in Abingdon. With an attendance that overflowed into the hallway, the Abingdon Community Council meeting Monday evening was dominated by...
Tags: Land Resources, Walmart
Online shoppers prefer Walmart to Target. That's one of the findings of an index released today that scores the top 100 online retailers on customer satisfaction. ForeSee's Top 100 E-Retail Satisfaction Index based its analysis on nearly 21,000...
This summer, the Baltimore artist Robert McClintock can see one of his brightly colored original prints hanging in the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. He just can't get into Artscape. The 54-year-old McClintock is one of Baltimore's most popular ...
Tags: Museums, Fine Artists, Marilyn Monroe, Justice System, Artists
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Robert Terrell Henderson, 26, of the first block of Defense Drive, was charged Thursday with violating a protective order and vandalism. Douglas Bryon Langkam, 54, of the 1500...
Baltimore County Council members heard emotional testimony Tuesday as dozens of residents turned out to speak about a proposal meant to prohibit discrimination against transgender people. Supporters of the legislation, introduced Tuesday by Catonsville...
No, Santa's workshop didn't relocate to Arbutus. It just might have looked that way when Southwest Emergency Services held its annual Toy Giveaway at Arbutus United Methodist Church on Dec. 9. New board games, sporting equipment, dolls, purses and...
The 16th and final defendant in a scheme to resell $20 million in stolen goods at Maryland pawn shops pleaded guilty Wednesday, prosecutors said. William Cooper Jr., 38, admitted he took part in a conspiracy to transport goods — such as non-...
Tags: Prosecution, Defendants, Lawyers, Walmart, Justice System
Aberdeen Havre de Grace police report: Douglas Eugene Bishop Jr., 36, of the 400 block of Holly Drive, was charged Monday with marijuana possession. Aberdeen police report: A possibly rabid raccoon was in the 300 block of Ambleside Court on Thursday....
Santa Claus had left the building, but the Stratemeyer family of Dundalk was picking up where he left off Monday morning, planning a day of many stops to return or exchange bags of items that weren't quite right. This visit to Towson Town Center was...
Former Fallston Psychologist David Wayne Schrumpf, 56, was sentenced to 18 months in jail for sexually abusing three girls in his care. Although in his plea agreement, Schrumpf agreed to six years, Harford Circuit Judge Maurice Baldwin modified the...
Tags: Civil Laws, Laws, Overlea, Local Government, Aberdeen
Numerous shops at the Columbia mall will be opening up even earlier than usual on Black Friday — including 19 whose doors will open at the stroke of midnight. Those stores opening at 12 a.m. are Aeropostale, Abercrombie & Fitch, Abercrombie Kids,...
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