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A pollution whistle blower may be granted a financial reward Wednesday at the sentencing of two foreign shipping companies that were illegally pumping oily sludge and plastic into the sea and falsifying records to cover their tracks, according to court...
Two men were injured and one remained missing Saturday night after two separate boating incidents in Anne Arundel County. Passersby picked up two men whose boat had overturned near Thomas Point shortly before 5:30 p.m. Saturday, said Sgt. Brian Albert,...
Anne Arundel County officials have recovered the body of a 48-year-old man who jumped from a boat into Stony Creek on Saturday and never resurfaced. Charles Ryder, 48, of Glen Burnie, was found at about 12:30 p.m. Sunday after authorities said the man...
With cannon booms, a drum roll and the Navy at the ready, the state unveiled its plans Thursday to celebrate the bicentennial of the War of 1812, a series of events designed to showcase Maryland's role in the conflict. The Pride of Baltimore II, numerous...
A small plane was diverted to Annapolis after it entered restricted airspace in Washington Saturday, according to an air defense spokesman. Two U.S. Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopters diverted the civilian aircraft just before noon under the direction...
Tags: Annapolis, Maryland, Local Government
A man suffering a severe medical emergency was airlifted from his boat Sunday morning by a Helicopter Emergency Aerial Tactics Team. A man suffering a severe medical emergency was airlifted from his boat Sunday morning by a Helicopter Emergency Aerial...
Sadly, while we Americans rail against big government's intrusion into our personal lives, our unwillingness to stop certain reckless behaviors often invites governmental involvement. Simply put, sometimes we need to have laws passed to protect us from...
Tags: Illinois, Maryland, Chesapeake Bay
sun reportersTwo insurance firms representing the company whose water taxi overturned in Baltimore's Inner Harbor in 2004, killing five people, said they plan to sue the U.S. Coast Guard today, alleging that the maritime service certified the vessel for too many...
Tags: Justice System, Litigation, Heavy Engineering, Death, Lawyers
Sun reporterMore than two years after five people died when an overloaded water taxi sank in Baltimore's harbor, the U.S. Coast Guard urged operators of small passenger vessels yesterday to adjust for the greater heftiness of the average American. The Coast Guard...
Sun ReporterThe water taxi that overturned in Baltimore's Inner Harbor on March 6, 2004 - killing five passengers - was too unstable and heavy to withstand a hit by what its captain called a "spiral of wind" and a "wall of water," federal investigators said in a...
Special to Baltimoresun.comBaltimoresun.com's tax-advice column features three experts from the Hunt Valley accounting firm SC&H Group answering questions about preparing your return every Monday until April 17. To be included in the following weeks, please use the form at the...
Sun StaffFederal investigators looking into Saturday's fatal capsizing of a water taxi on Baltimore's Inner Harbor are examining the design of the two-hulled Lady D and may study the safety record of similar pontoon boats nationally. Some other water taxi...
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