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  • Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville

    Traffic: Collision on I-695 in Pikesville
    A two-vehicle collision on the inner loop of Interstate 695 in Pikesville at Stevenson Road has closed the right shoulder at 8:17 a.m. on Monday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT said that debris on U.S. 50 East in Annapolis at...
  • Annapolis sues police, fire retirees to get ruling in pension dispute

    Annapolis sues police, fire retirees to get ruling in pension dispute
    The city of Annapolis has named dozens of retired police officers and firefighters in a federal lawsuit, the latest tactic in a decade-long legal battle over changes to retiree pensions. In court filings last week, the city asked a judge to rule that...
  • Greenberries' parenting classes make it Howard's favorite consignment shop

    Greenberries' parenting classes make it Howard's favorite consignment shop
    Twin crusades to convert more parents to cloth diapering and to instill confidence in the art of “babywearing” have helped make Greenberries a destination for shoppers from as far away as Annapolis and Gaithersburg. Providing education and...
  • NPR veteran Ben Roe to be executive director of Heifetz Institute

    NPR veteran Ben Roe to be executive director of Heifetz Institute
    The Heifetz International Music Institute, a summer training program founded by violinist and Ellicott City resident Daniel Heifetz, has named public radio veteran Benjamin K. Roe executive director. The 18-year-old institute, which was based for a time...
  • Police identify Annapolis homicide victim

    Police identify Annapolis homicide victim
    Police identified the victim of a Sunday homicide in Annapolis as 21-year-old Mark Alexander Cooper. At around 1:20 a.m. Sunday, officers went to the 1100 block of Madison Street to investigate a report of gunshots, the Annapolis Police Department said....
  • Man dies of gunshot wounds in first Annapolis homicide of 2014

    Man dies of gunshot wounds in first Annapolis homicide of 2014
    A man died in a shooting in Annapolis early Sunday morning, the city's first homicide of the year, according to police. Officers were called to the 1100 block of Madison Street for a report of a shooting and found a man suffering from gunshot wounds...
  • Carolyn Ruth Smith Leighton, 92

    Carolyn Ruth Smith Leighton, 92
    Carolyn Ruth Smith Leighton, whose deep faith led her to care for the sick, teach religion and join her husband, the former Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of Maryland, in visiting churches throughout the state, died of respiratory failure Aug.4 at...
  • Anne Arundel could spend $3 million on storm repairs

    Anne Arundel could spend $3 million on storm repairs
    The Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works said it could cost $3 million to fix road damage caused by Tuesday's heavy rainstorm. The most badly damaged road in the county was Marley Neck Road near Marcy Drive in Glen Burnie, which will be closed...
  • Anne Arundel County exhibits

    'Annapolis Collects' Area collectors share items from their collections as the Mitchell Gallery celebrates 25 years with an exhibit running Aug. 23 through Oct. 12 at St. John's College's Mitchell Gallery, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis. An opening...
  • Annapolis, Baltimore lead nation for rise in flooding events

    Annapolis, Baltimore lead nation for rise in flooding events
    Tuesday's flooding may have been extreme, but it wasn't unfamiliar for much of the region. The low spots are well known: Compromise and Dock streets in Annapolis, Caroline and Thames streets in Fells Point. After a good rain and a high tide, they're...
  • Listings climb, but sales fail to follow suit

    Listings climb, but sales fail to follow suit
    The number of homes for sale in the Baltimore metro region climbed to the highest level in nearly three years last month, but closed sales failed to follow suit, a mismatch that reflects weakness in the housing market, analysts said. Sales in Baltimore...
  • Hogan decries proposed regulations for arcades

    Hogan decries proposed regulations for arcades
    Republican Larry Hogan marveled at the giant stuffed animals inside an oversized claw game, a machine bigger than the back room in the campaign bus he rode into Ocean City Friday morning. “These are a lot bigger than the ones I used as a kid,&...