| Nov 15, 2008
Two men were arrested yesterday in the killing of Kenneth N. Harris Sr., the former city councilman who was fatally shot in a robbery outside a Northeast Baltimore jazz club in September. The arrests brought relief to his family and to community members,...
| Nov 18, 2008
Attorneys representing two men accused of killing former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. are seeking a gag order in the case, arguing that publicity would make it difficult for their clients to get a fair trial.
At a hearing yesterday, Charles Y....
| Jan 16, 2009
The skull mask left at the Northeast Baltimore scene of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr.'s killing does not contain the DNA of either suspect charged in the homicide, according to a crime lab report reviewed yesterday by The Baltimore Sun....
| Sep 21, 2008
| 3:45 PM
In his eight years on the City Council, Kenneth N. Harris Sr. worked diligently to make parts of North and Northeast Baltimore safer from crime, including the Northwood Plaza, an aging strip mall that some say had its heyday in the 1960s.
But Harris, who...
| Oct 7, 2008
Police released surveillance camera footage yesterday that they believe may show one or more of the suspects in the killing of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. The images were captured at the shopping center minutes before he was killed last...
| Oct 8, 2008
The gun used to kill former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. had been fired in another crime in the same Northeast Baltimore shopping center months before, but police classified the earlier incident as a property crime instead of an attempted armed...
| Oct 28, 2008
Saying that Baltimore is becoming "numb and complacent" to murder, City Councilwoman Helen L. Holton demanded an update last night on the Police Department's homicide clearance rate and a briefing on the homicide investigation into the death of former...
| Dec 22, 2009
Abraham Lincoln Gordon, a former educator and diplomat who during his tenure as the ninth president of the Johns Hopkins University led the way in 1970 in bringing co-education to the university's Homewood campus, died Saturday in his sleep at...
| Apr 6, 1997
| 1:14 PM
Still, Waters runs deep.
Unchanged, unrepentant, unabashed, the bad boy of Baltimore underground -- and eventually aboveground -- movie making, now looks back exactly as he looks forward. While he works on developing his new film, "Pecker," he's also...
| Apr 16, 2014
| 2:28 PM
When judicial nominees appeared before the General Assembly's judiciary committee last week, some lawmakers paid particular attention to New Haven attorney Anthony Avallone.
That's in large part because he will turn 67 later this year. Assuming he's...
| Apr 16, 2014
| 9:10 AM
In conjunction with the launch of its new 3D Printing Lab, Simsbury Public Library will be hosting an "Innovators' Fair" on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This will be a time for people of all ages to be creative!
The event will begin with a...
| Apr 16, 2014
| 7:13 AM
On Thursday, April 17, at 6 p.m., New Haven Museum, 114 Whitney Ave., and the Friends of Grove Street Cemetery present a lecture, “Egypt in Connecticut: Egyptianizing Architecture from New Haven to Coventry,” by archaeologist and Yale...