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  • E-mail scam reported in Forest Hill [Harford police blotter]

    Aberdeen John H. Eaddy, 33, of the 700 block of Custis Street, was charged Wednesday with failing to appear in court for a case in which he was charged with trespassing. Someone dropped construction debris on a property in the 2400 block of Carsins...
  • Black Friday shoppers pull an all-nighter at county stores

    Black Friday shoppers pull an all-nighter at county stores
    Black Friday shoppers flocked to Howard County retailers late Thursday and into the wee hours of Friday morning, but by 8 a.m. The Mall in Columbia and stores like Target and Walmart were still full of shoppers wrapping up their all-night shopping spree....
  • John Richard 'Dick' Irwin, Sun 'police blotter' reporter, dies

    John Richard 'Dick' Irwin, Sun 'police blotter' reporter, dies
    John Richard "Dick" Irwin, a tough, accurate veteran police reporter with a heart of gold whose signature Police Blotter became required reading for both crime aficionados and the just plain curious, died Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of...
  • Miracle on Main Streets kicks off Wednesday

    Miracle on Main Streets kicks off Wednesday
    Shoppers who lined up at Sears on Thanksgiving and braved Walmart before dawn on Black Friday might want a change of pace, city officials are hoping. With the Miracle on Main Streets campaign, the city hopes to encourage holiday shopping in Baltimore's...
  • Woman federally charged in bathroom purse-snatching scheme

    Woman federally charged in bathroom purse-snatching scheme
    The Nottingham woman had ducked into a bathroom at the White Marsh Sears when she heard a voice from the adjoining stall: Her neighbor had found the toilet-paper dispenser empty. Could she pass some under the divider? As she gathered a bunch,...
  • Stores entice Black Friday shoppers with earlier openings, more sales

    Stores entice Black Friday shoppers with earlier openings, more sales
    Consumers have come to expect the deep discounts that define Black Friday, but retailers hope to entice shoppers this year with more choices in how and when they buy. Responding to what they say is consumer demand, retailers have pushed store openings...
  • Elkridge: The 50+ Expo will feature more than 150 exhibitors

    Are you over 50 or almost there? Do you serve as a caregiver to an older adult? Are you, or someone you love, an adult over 18 with disabilities? Are you simply someone who plans well for the future and wants to know the best options for healthy aging?...
  • Teen sentenced to time served for arson at Columbia mall

    Teen sentenced to time served for arson at Columbia mall
    The Columbia teen who pleaded guilty to setting two fires outside The Mall in Columbia in May was sentenced to time served, 248 days, in Howard County Circuit Court on Thursday, according to state's attorney spokesman Wayne Kirwan. Richard Nathaniel...
  • Columbia Mall sponsors breast cancer awareness sale this weekend

    Columbia Mall sponsors breast cancer awareness sale this weekend
    The Mall in Columbia is inviting customers to "Think Pink" this weekend and support the American Cancer Sociery's mission against breast cancer. On Saturday, Oct. 6 and Sunday, Oct. 7, the mall is offering shoppers who donate to the American Cancer...
  • Despite weather, Bel Air bargain hunting, gift returns go on Wednesday

    Despite weather, Bel Air bargain hunting, gift returns go on Wednesday
    Icky winter weather probably helped keep the traditional post-Christmas shopping rush pretty tolerable in the Bel Air area Wednesday. With snow, then sleet, covering the roads during the morning, the day-after shopping and gift return scene seemed less...
  • On its 40th birthday, Harford Mall still going strong

    On its 40th birthday, Harford Mall still going strong
    Forty years ago today (Friday), on the site of the town's former horse racetrack, Harford Mall in Bel Air opened its doors to thousands of shoppers with 1970s mainstays like Montgomery Ward and Korvettes at either end of its half-million square feet....
  • Consumers feel confident about holiday spending

    Consumers plan to spend the same or more than last year on holiday shopping, new consumer research shows. A holiday spending survey by market research firm The NPD Group shows that 10 percent of consumers expect to spend more than last year, while 67...