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  • Lawmaker pitches $1,000 penalty for 'bogus' speed camera tickets

    Lawmaker pitches $1,000 penalty for 'bogus' speed camera tickets
    Speed camera companies and local governments would be penalized $1,000 for each "bogus" citation issued to motorists under proposed legislation announced Monday by state Del. Jon Cardin. The Baltimore County Democrat also wants to require governments in...
  • Median on Route 152 to allow left turn into, but not out of, Aumar Village

    Median on Route 152 to allow left turn into, but not out of, Aumar Village
    The median on Route 152 by the new Aumar Village shopping center in Fallston is being modified to soon allow drivers of vehicles northbound on Route 152 to make a left turn into the property, which is on the southwest corner of the busy Route 1/Route...
  • Tom Booth, prominent Catonsville businessman and developer, dies at 70

    Tom Booth, prominent Catonsville businessman and developer, dies at 70
    Tom Booth, who owned and developed many properties on Catonsville's Main Street of Frederick Road, died Sept. 10, 2012, of cancer. He was 70. An Oct. 19 memorial Mass will be offered at St. Mark Catholic Church for the Catonsville resident, who donated...
  • Md. State Highway speed camera tickets spike overnight

    Md. State Highway speed camera tickets spike overnight
    More than 40 percent of all speed camera tickets issued to drivers in Maryland highway work zones have been doled out between 6 p.m. and 6 a.m., times when crews often aren’t on the job. That picture emerged when The Baltimore Sun graphed, hour by...
  • State leaders urged to raise money for roads, transit

    Business leaders and county officials are urging the governor and General Assembly to increase Maryland's gas tax or find another way to raise hundreds of millions of dollars for road and transit projects — even in the face of public opposition....
  • What do speeders tell their children about why they break the law?

    It is most amusing to see the controversy surrounding speed cameras and the revenue they generate ("Speeding drivers get the blame," Sept. 13). I wonder what we tell our children sitting in the back seat. When they say, "Daddy, why are you speeding?" do...
  • Royal Farms wants to build store in Remington, civic leaders say

    Royal Farms wants to build store in Remington, civic leaders say
    The Royal Farms chain of convenience stores wants to build a new store with a gas station at 29th Street and Remington Avenue in Remington, on a corner where Pizza Boli's is now, community leaders say. The Hampden-based chain has reached out to the...
  • Bridge deck work to resume this weekend on BWI corridor

    The State Highway Administration plans to resume work on its "bridge on wheels" project this weekend after construction mishaps and the former Hurricane Sandy delayed the installation of two new spans on West Nursery Road over the Baltimore-Washington...
  • Train crossing work in Lutherville to disrupt traffic, light rail service

    Train crossing work in Lutherville to disrupt traffic, light rail service
    Seminary Avenue at the light rail crossing in Lutherville is scheduled to be closed for five days beginning 10 a.m. Friday for track and road improvement work, the Maryland Transit Administration announced. Local businesses will remain open and all side...
  • Bay Bridge getting rumble strips, safety buffer zone

    Bay Bridge getting rumble strips, safety buffer zone
    The state on Friday will begin a weeklong project to install new safety measures on the westbound span of the Bay Bridge to guide traffic during two-way operation and eliminate some lane changes. Crews will install a buffer zone, rumble strips and...
  • Plans for Bel Air McDonald's refurbish tabled by planning panel

    Plans for Bel Air McDonald's refurbish tabled by planning panel
    McDonald's is upgrading its restaurants around the country, including those in Harford County, but plans to refurbish the nearly 40-year-old establishment at the southwest corner of Route 1 (Baltimore Pike) and Route 24 in Bel Air have hit a snag....
  • Traffic: Collisions on I-95 in Howard, Baltimore counties

    Traffic: Collisions on I-95 in Howard, Baltimore counties
    Collisions closed lanes along I-95 south and the outer loop during Thursday's commute. A four-car collision closed one southbound lane and the left shoulder of I-95 before White Marsh Boulevard at exit 67. The accident had cleared as of 8:25 a.m.,...