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Will 2013 be the year Harford County finally gets a hotel room tax? Two local delegates, as well as Aberdeen city officials and the county's tourism and arts advocates, say they certainly hope so. A brand-new version of legislation to levy along-...
Catherine Bellis was baptized at St. Timothy's Episcopal Church on Ingleside Avenue. She met her husband, Walter, singing in the choir. They were married there and raised eight children in the Catonsville parish where she taught Sunday school and served...
Tags: Christianity, Easter, Anglicanism, Roman Catholicism, Voting
A recent poll showed that 62 percent of Marylanders favor a ban on assault weapons, and 71 percent favor a limit on the number of bullets in a gun magazine. If the members of the General Assembly vote the way the polls are blowing, it appears Gov....
One law firm has rented out a conference room in the downtown Hilton and invited patients of a Johns Hopkins gynecologist to discuss their legal options. Other firms are taking out newspaper ads, urging his patients to contact them. Others are asking...
In the land of plenty, Laura Harper was drowning in a world of need. Her life was dark and menacing, complicated by the lack of a high-school diploma and, far worse, a reliance on crack cocaine. "The first hit," she warned, with the conviction of a...
A Halethorpe man whom police said struck another man in the head 24 times with a hatchet was convicted in Baltimore County Circuit Court Thursday night, according to the state's attorney's office. After a four-day trial, a jury found Larry Eugene...
Tags: Halethorpe, Cocaine
The Baltimore SunWhen the University of Maryland issues its end-of-year crime report to the U.S. Department of Education — as is required by federal law — it will not include the recent off-campus shooting that left two students dead and another wounded....
Laurel Police believe three Princeton Day Academy students were living inside a room at the Laurel Boys and Girls Club, which is housed in the 100-year-old brick Phelps Center on Montgomery Street, according to Laurel city spokesman Pete Piringer. The...
A loan for Kohl's Department Stores is being considered by the Harford County Council to help the company to make improvements to its e-commerce distribution, or fulfillment, center in Edgewood. The conditional loan from the Maryland Department of...
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens: Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that “the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress…It is my task,” he...
Developers and county officials broke ground Monday, Feb. 11, on a $100 million apartment complex to be built next to the Columbia mall. The Metropolitan Downtown Columbia, a 380-unit luxury apartment complex in the Warfield neighborhood, is expected to...
The fallout from last week's Senate hearing on Gov. Martin O'Malley's gun legislation continued this week with a proposal from the Senate minority leader intended to make sure everyone who wants to testify on a high-profile bill can. Sen. E. J. Pipkin...
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