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  • Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr.

    Carroll Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr.
    Retired Carroll County Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr., who during his years on the bench developed a reputation for being even-keeled and fair-minded to all sides and had the distinction of presiding over the longest murder trial in the history of...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    The Sharing Foundation Volunteers are needed to assist with programs such as Santa's Share Your Christmas, Books for Kids, Children's Winter Coats, fundraising and special events. Information: 443-603-1560 thesharingfoundation.org. Camp Letts...
  • Former Archbishop Curley priest accused of sexual abuse

    Former Archbishop Curley priest accused of sexual abuse
    A former Archbishop Curley High School student is accusing a Catholic priest and former teacher at the school with sexually abusing him on several occasions, according to a news release from the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The priest, Fr. Michael...
  • State rests case in sex abuse trial of former Columbia school employee

    State rests case in sex abuse trial of former Columbia school employee
    After eight days of testimony, the prosecution rested its case Thursday afternoon in the Howard County sex abuse trial of a former employee for the Maryland School for the Deaf in Columbia.   Clarence Cepheus Taylor III, 38, of Baltimore County, is a...
  • FBI investigating alleged child sex abuse at Fort Meade youth center

    FBI investigating alleged child sex abuse at Fort Meade youth center
    The FBI is investigating allegations of child sexual abuse by a former employee of the Fort Meade Youth Center, a spokeswoman for the Army base said Friday. Authorities did not identify the man. Base spokeswoman Mary Doyle said the suspect left his...
  • U.S. Catholic bishops in Baltimore to elect new president

    U.S. Catholic bishops in Baltimore to elect new president
    The nation's top Catholic bishops will convene this week in Baltimore to choose a new leader, a decision that will help set the course for an American church striving to build its appeal while grappling with stances on immigration and contraception...
  • Former Fort Meade youth worker charged with child sex abuse

    Former Fort Meade youth worker charged with child sex abuse
    A former employee of the Fort Meade Youth Center was charged Tuesday with sexually abusing two boys there in 2010 and 2011, federal authorities said. Anthony Dennis Williams II allegedly communicated with the boys through social media and text messages,...
  • Authorities seek public help on alleged Fort Meade child sex abuse suspect

    Authorities seek public help on alleged Fort Meade child sex abuse suspect
    Federal authorities are asking anyone with information about the former Fort Meade Youth Center worker who was accused this week of sexually abusing two boys to contact them. Anthony Dennis Williams II made an initial appearance at U.S. District Court...
  • Defendant denies allegations in deaf school sex abuse case

    Defendant denies allegations in deaf school sex abuse case
    The former aide at the Maryland School for the Deaf accused of groping seven female students denied the allegations on the witness stand in Howard County Circuit Court on Friday. Clarence Taylor III, who is deaf, will have to wait until at least Tuesday...
  • Man found guilty of sex abuse at Columbia school for the deaf

    Man found guilty of sex abuse at Columbia school for the deaf
    A Howard County Circuit Court jury in the Maryland School for the Deaf sex abuse case handed down a mixed result Wedneday, finding the defendant guilty of two charges of child sexual abuse, not guilty of one count and declaring a mistrial in the four...
  • Trial for deaf defendant presented 'unique' challenges

    Trial for deaf defendant presented 'unique' challenges
    A student life counselor and overnight aide supervising deaf children at the Maryland School for the Deaf groped two of his young charges, a Howard County jury found Wednesday. Clarence Cepheus Taylor III, a 38-year-old deaf man who had worked at the...
  • Gansler PartyGate is blown way out of proportion [Letter]

    Gansler PartyGate is blown way out of proportion [Letter]
    I must take exception to a letter from attorney Susan L. Burke Tuesday's Sun ("Gansler's comments reflect 'boys will be boys' culture," Nov. 12). She questions the inherent character of Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler in reference to the (now...