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  • BGE customers can get $25 for recycling old air-conditioning units

    BGE customers can get $25 for recycling old air-conditioning units
    Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. said it will give $25 to each residential customer who recycles a working room air-conditioning unit at an event this weekend. The utility said consumers can drop off the room units at two Sears locations, Eastpoint Mall...
  • Volunteers help veterans, and others, get their house in order

    The first troops showed up on a Saturday morning at the four-bedroom house in Columbia heavily armed: saws, hammers, crowbars, drills. They've returned three times since and are expected back again next week in hopes of making repairs upstairs and down,...
  • Redevelopment of Carrolltown Center topic on April 22 Town Hall meeting

    Redevelopment of Carrolltown Center topic on April 22 Town Hall meeting
    Redevelopment plans for Carrolltown Center will be unveiled at the next Town Hall meeting, hosted by Carroll County Commissioner Doug Howard. Dixon Harvey, of Black Oak Associates, will discuss plans and a timetable for the project at the meeting on...
  • Yorkie dog stolen in Bel Air [Harford County police blotter]

    Aberdeen Michael Alan Morrison, 21, of the 2000 block of Tower Road, was charged Monday with second-degree assault. Phallen Jai Price, 25, and Phillip Hampton, 25, both of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, were charged Friday with scheming to commit...
  • Harford County Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Rew E. Watkins, 20, of the 1000 block of Warwick Drive, was charged Saturday with two counts of second-degree assault, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, negligent...
  • Columbia teen charged in string of fires, including blaze that closed Sears

    A Columbia teen is facing 16 criminal charges after being accused of intentionally setting a fire that shut down the Sears store at the Columbia mall last week and several other fires since mid-April. Richard N. Mojica, 18, of the 10300 block of Swift...
  • Anne Arundel officers seek handicapped parking violators

    It was just after noon on a recent weekday, the parking lots at the Annapolis Westfield Mall were already full, and a woman in a dark sedan weaved through the swelling traffic, looking for a place to park. Jessica Lawrence, a Glen Burnie resident, saw...
  • Up the Hill: Spending Christmas in our small towns

    Thanksgiving is gone, so it's safe to put out the Christmas stuff, though some major retailers thought it was OK to get started in September. If the mid-week forecasts are correct, the weekend should be pretty good outdoors for that sort of stuff....
  • Black Friday shopping will start at 12 a.m. at many Columbia mall stores

    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,...
  • Eastpoint Mall being auctioned at month's end

    Eastpoint Mall, in southeast Baltimore County, is being sold at auction on May 29, the auctioneer announced. Tidewater Auctions LLC will conduct the foreclosure sale at 11 a.m. in front of the Bosley Avenue entrance of the Baltimore County Circuit...
  • Boscov's will reopen at White Marsh Mall

    Boscov's will reopen at White Marsh Mall
    Boscov's department store will return to White Marsh Mall Oct. 7, filling the empty anchor spot the regional chain vacated nearly four years ago after it filed for bankruptcy. "I'm glad we are returning to White Marsh Mall," Albert Boscov, the retailer's...
  • Traffic, affordable housing concerns raised at Columbia downtown redevelopment meeting

    Finding little to fault in the design of the first building project in the downtown Columbia redevelopment process, residents at a community meeting Tuesday night presented concerns regarding traffic and affordable housing. Roughly 80 people attended the...