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  • Crowding at Hillcrest Elementary sends pre-K program to nearby Woodbridge

    Crowding at Hillcrest Elementary sends pre-K program to nearby Woodbridge
    Each day at 12:30 p.m., a small school bus pulls into the drop-off circle at Woodbridge Elementary School and about 15 children get off. These 4- and 5-year-old pre-K students are attending Woodbridge for their first and, most likely, only year. They...
  • If you need it, use new health insurance law [Editorial]

    Lost in all the yammering over Obamacare and its embarrassment to the president are at least two points that shouldn't be overlooked. First, it's the law of the land. As such, the only way to scuttle Obamacare is by legislating it out of business, not...
  • Where to find local flu clinics

    Where to find local flu clinics
    The flu can strike people starting in October, so Maryland health officials are rolling out their flu vaccine clinics. People can also get flu shots at most pharmacies, doctors' offices and sometimes at work. Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu...
  • Four Ravens jerseys stolen in Bel Air [Police Blotter]

    Aberdeen Horace Andrew Kenly, 51, of the 500 block of Bonnie Drive, was charged Friday with tampering with an electric meter and having an alcoholic beverage in a retail area. Tykeem Bacon, 24, of the first block of Mount Royal Avenue, was charged...
  • Catonsville swim teams prepare for final dual meet

    Catonsville swim teams prepare for final dual meet
    Catonsville swim teams will end the regular season on Saturday, July 20 with three squads fiinishing on the road and one at home. The Rollingwood Seals will host North St. Johns at 9 a.m. while Five Oaks travels to Hammond Park: Woodbridge Valley heads to...
  • Pregnant woman goes into labor after being arrested by Ocean City police

    Pregnant woman goes into labor after being arrested by Ocean City police
    A pregnant woman who was seen on a video being tackled by Ocean City Police after a fight on the beach ended up having an emergency C-section, according to a police spokesman and an account her family gave to a Washington DC-area TV affiliate. An...
  • Pregnant woman charged in Ocean City beach brawl

    Pregnant woman charged in Ocean City beach brawl
    The pregnant woman who went into labor after a scuffle with police in Ocean City last weekend has been charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and obstructing law enforcement. Dalima Ekundayo Ibironke Palmer, 24, faces...
  • Catonsville, Arbutus area schools' scores on MSAs consistent with county trends

    Catonsville, Arbutus area schools' scores on MSAs consistent with county trends
    Area educators did not welcome the news that the Maryland State Assessment scores showed decreases in both reading and math performance in county elementary schools. But it was also not a surprise. Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas...
  • Tree vandalized in Bel Air [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Aberdeen police report: Willie Lee Gordon, 42, of the 800 block of Oxford Avenue, was charged Sunday with driving without the required license and authorization and driving while his license was suspended. Ricky Junior Milligan, 36, who has...
  • Patrol vehicle vandalized in Bel Air [Harford County police blotter]

    Patrol vehicle vandalized in Bel Air [Harford County police blotter]
    Aberdeen Aberdeen police reports: Kim Webb, 38, of the 500 block of East 175th Street in New York City, was charged Saturday with theft between $1,000 and $10,000, scheming to commit theft between $1,000 and $10,000 and having a counterfeit credit...
  • Marine Corps vet to run for District 44B delegate

    Pat Young is a 30-year-old, lifelong Catonsville resident. When he heard that Del. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam planned to pursue a seat in the state Senate in 2014 and give up her seat in the House of Delegates, he decided to try his hand at state politics....
  • Couple to open food truck at new Halethorpe MARC train station

    Couple to open food truck at new Halethorpe MARC train station
    In addition to the new platforms, restrooms and pedestrian walkway, another fresh component will be noticed by commuters using the MARC train station in Halethorpe. Catonsville natives Stephanie and Dominick Greco will have their own food truck, Get...