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  • Attempted Laurel bank robbers arrested, suspected in robberies in Va., Conn.

    A man and woman suspected of trying to rob a bank in downtown Laurel — and of robbing several banks in Connecticut and Virginia — have been arrested and charged with armed robbery. Kevin W. Bolden, 46, and Moneek Grant, 34, both of New Haven,...
  • David M.F. Lambert, lawyer

    David M.F. Lambert Sr., a retired lawyer who had once been an FBI agent, died April 4 of a heart attack at his Crumpton home. He was 87. The son of an Episcopal minister and a homemaker, Mr. Lambert was born in Hartford, Conn., and raised in Cambridge...
  • Key to the highway

    Key to the highway
    "We're hooked on so many foods we never would have tried before," say Stan Posner and Sandra Phillips-Posner, co-authors of the travel guide book "Drive I-95." They start their list with "Berger cookies in Baltimore, Polock Johnny's sausages, chocolate...
  • Joshua A. Barbati, teacher

    Joshua A. Barbati, teacher
    Joshua A. Barbati, a retired Baltimore County public school educator and longtime Loch Raven resident, died May 11 of melanoma at Levine & Dickson Hospice House in Huntersville, N.C. He was 79. The son of Italian immigrants, Mr. Barbati was born in...
  • Baltimore falls out of top 5 murder rate cities

    For the first time in years, Baltimore is no longer among the nation's five deadliest cities, according to statistics for 2011 compiled by the FBI and released Monday. Baltimore saw a 12 percent decline in murders last year, with the total dropping below...
  • Family, friends hold vigil for slain man

    Family, friends hold vigil for slain man
    Friends and family of Ellison McCall Jr., who was brutally beaten and set on fire after earlier intervening in a bar fight in Northeast Baltimore, held a vigil Sunday to celebrate his life and press for answers on the year anniversary of his death. "This...
  • Family, friends hold vigil for man killed in arson

    Family, friends hold vigil for man killed in arson
    Friends and family of Ellison McCall Jr., who was brutally beaten and set on fire after earlier intervening in a bar fight in Northeast Baltimore, held a vigil Sunday to celebrate his life and press for answers on the year anniversary of his death, The...
  • Baltimore is best city for hospital care

    Baltimore area hospitals provide the best patient care in the country, according to a new survey. Nearly half of the area's hospitals - nine out of 16 - are in the top 5 percent of all of the hospitals in the United States, according to the survey by...
  • Kenneth W. Davis

    Kenneth W. Davis
    Kenneth W. Davis, a retired Boy Scouts of America official who was active in the affairs of Severna Park United Methodist Church, died Tuesday at St. Agnes Hospital. The longtime Severna Park resident was 84. The son of a garage owner and a homemaker,...
  • Boston mayor had defused racial tensions

    Boston mayor had defused racial tensions
    Former Boston Mayor Kevin Hagan White, who steered the city through the racial storm caused by court-ordered school desegregation and is credited with giving political access to blacks, women and gays, died late last month at his Beacon Hill home. White,...
  • Harry L. Rosenzweig, McDaniel math professor

    Harry L. Rosenzweig, McDaniel math professor
    Harry L. Rosenzweig, an influential mathematics professor who had been chairman of the math department at McDaniel College, died Friday of pancreatic cancer at his Westminster home. He was 72. "Harry was very popular with math majors and, in general,...
  • Baltimore police told not to stop people taking photos or video of their actions

    Baltimore police officers may not "prevent or prohibit" people from taking photographs or video of crime scenes and other law enforcement activities that are in public view, according to a department-wide directive made public Friday. The new rules...