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Sun StaffSecond of four parts At home, Joseph K. Skariah has driven a $41,280 Acura SUV. On vacation, he has taken cruises in the Caribbean. He has often feasted on shrimp and salmon, made to order extra spicy, at his favorite restaurants. All of it has been...
Sun StaffA former Baltimore school employee accused of stealing more than $200,000 from the financially struggling system was arrested on federal charges yesterday and then indicted by a city grand jury. Lewis Edward Williams, 61, of Pikesville, was responsible...
Tags: Police Arrests, Maryland, Theft, Bankruptcy, Finance
SunSpot StaffFrom a refurbished broom factory in the west end of Canton, an Internet Service Provider serves up one of the most prominent Web sites of Hezbollah, a group designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization. The site boasts of how the...
Tags: Civil Rights, Judges, George W. Bush, FBI, Death
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...
Special to the SunWhen Tony and Kathy Kruszewski relocated from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., last fall, they settled on the quiet Howard County neighborhood of Dayton for its country setting with its rolling hills, open farmland and small-town charm. But they soon found out...
Tags: U.S. Postal Service, Tampa, Clarksville, Homes, Crossroads
Associated PressMIAMI - The Archdiocese of Miami secretly paid several men to settle sexual abuse allegations against a Roman Catholic priest, church officials acknowledged. Archdiocese spokeswoman Mary Ross Agosta said church leaders promptly removed the priest and...
Sun StaffA Western Correctional Institution inmate whose death was ruled a homicide had been near death - and might have been dead already - before correctional officers called for an ambulance, a tape of a 911 emergency call shows. Within minutes of leaving...
Tags: Immigration, Medical Research, Government, Heart Attack, Death
Sun ReportersSteamy South Florida grew hotter yesterday as ballot counters in Broward and Palm Beach counties sprinted toward today's 5 p.m. deadline for completing manual recounts of contested presidential ballots. As demonstrators faced off in the streets and...
Sun StaffATLANTA - On Delta Flight 731 to Atlanta - the first passenger plane out of Baltimore-Washington International Airport since Tuesday's terrorist attacks - pilots and flight attendants carefully avoided mentioning what was on everyone's mind. But the rows...
Baltimoresun.com StaffBaltimore's convention business showed strong growth during the first three months of this year, historically a slow period because of winter weather, and partnerships among various city sectors have placed the region in the final running for two major...
All Germaine Smith-Baugh wanted was to find another way to do her job. As she put it: "I literally woke up one morning thinking, 'How can we better serve small businesses?'" Small and minority-owned businesses, big-city communities and economic...
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