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  • Franciscan friar arrested in child abuse case

    A 41-year-old friar and former teacher at Baltimore's Archbishop Curley High School was arrested this week in Connecticut and charged with inappropriate conduct with a child, according to police. Michael Miller, a member of the Conventual Franciscan...
  • County council appoints charter review board and council administrator, approves bond bills

    The Harford County Council appointed a charter review board and a new council administrator, as well as passed more than $47 million worth of bond bills for water and sewer and capital projects, at Tuesday night's meeting. The council unanimously...
  • We can't afford a naval arms race

    It is truly amazing to me that Op-Ed writer David W. Wise manages to write his scholarly and detailed piece ("Wrong course for Navy weapons research," July 13) on where our Navy will be heading over the next 30 years until 2041 without once mentioning why...
  • CEO pay costly to U.S. global competitiveness

    If anyone is wondering why American jobs are being shipped overseas "because the costs are lower," you need only look at what we are paying our CEOs versus what over countries are paying theirs. According to a recent letter writer, while we are paying our...
  • No Child Left Behind: bad medicine for education

    Ever since it was implemented almost a decade ago, No Child Left Behind (NCLB) has been bad medicine: the larger the dose, the worse the after-effects. Idealistically conceived but psychologically warped, it has generated more problems than it has...
  • Mayor's rivals can be judged by company they keep

    How interesting to read that Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's challengers are actually seeking advice from Sheila Dixon, a disgraced mayor who was charged with perjury, theft, fraudulent misappropriation and misconduct, and ultimately...
  • Two struck near Severna Park fire station

    Two teenagers were taken in separate helicopters to Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being hit by a vehicle near the Earleigh Heights Fire Station in Severna Park Tuesday night, said Fire Battalion Chief Steve Thompson. At about 8:45 p.m., a 17-year-...
  • Neighbors applaud Edgewood woman's arrest

    An Edgewood woman is facing a number of charges after allegedly threatening to burn her in-laws' house down last weekend. During her arrest, neighbors gathered and expressed their appreciation to the arresting officers, police said. A judge has since...
  • Laurel council introduces new ethics legislation

    Laurel City Council members repealed the city's ethics regulations and introduced legislation at their July 11 meeting to implement new state ethics regulations Maryland cities are required to adopt by October. The ethics regulations provide guidelines...
  • Connect-A-Ride base fare reduced

    The base fare for the local Connect-A-Ride bus system that serves Laurel and Anne Arundel, Howard and Prince George's counties, was reduced by 50 cents to $1.50 July 1, but at the same time, passengers saw free bus transfers disappear and monthly passes...
  • Harford may ban parking in front of mailboxes

    Harford County residents who park in front of mailboxes and block their neighbors from receiving mail could soon be breaking a county law. Councilman Dick Slutzky introduced legislation of Tuesday's council session that will forbid anyone from parking...
  • Police seek identity of Columbia lottery ticket robber

    In the early morning hours of July 1, a man wearing a red bandana over his face and the words "Police Explorer" printed on the back of his shirt, robbed a Columbia gas station at gunpoint and stole not only cash, but lottery tickets, too.. Not one or...