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  • 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...
  • In Maryland, turning away from boat ownership — and toward boat clubs

    In Maryland, turning away from boat ownership — and toward boat clubs
    Purchasing a boat can be a lot like owning a second car. After the down payment, there are the boat's insurance payments. Upkeep can be difficult, with owners having to buy new equipment, deal with maintenance and keep up with the overall care of the...
  • Cummins-Wagner buys New York firm

    Cummins-Wagner buys New York firm
    A Maryland-based distributor of industrial process and HVAC equipment said Friday it has acquired a New York company focused on distributing equipment related to water systems. Cummins-Wagner Co., Inc., which will add J.L. Moore, Inc. to its Siewert...
  • Annapolis orders revisions to Crystal Spring conservation plans

    Annapolis orders revisions to Crystal Spring conservation plans
    Developers of a large senior living complex in Annapolis have more work to do before their proposal can gain preliminary environmental approval from city officials. On Friday the city sent developers of Crystal Spring Annapolis – a proposed mix of...
  • Cost of not taking a smart meter arrives

    Cost of not taking a smart meter arrives
    As bills go out with the first fees for customers who don't want smart meters, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. is pressing to apply the charges to a much larger group — people the utility says have ignored repeated requests to switch out old meters...
  • East 26th Street residents call for compensation over landslide

    East 26th Street residents call for compensation over landslide
    Residents of East 26th Street in Charles Village are seeking compensation from the city and CSX Transportation for damages suffered when they were displaced from their homes by a landslide in April that sent half their block crumbling onto railroad tracks...
  • Prosecutorial indiscretion [Commentary]

    Prosecutorial indiscretion [Commentary]
    On an evening in June 2013, New Jersey Det. Joseph Walker was driving his minivan along Route 3 near Interstate 97 with his wife and three young children when he accidentally drifted into Joseph Harvey Jr.'s lane of traffic. Harvey, who was with a...
  • New acting city manager for Annapolis

    New acting city manager for Annapolis
    Annapolis has a new acting city manager. David Jarrell, the city's director of public works. Jarrell, who has been in charge of public works since 2010, is taking over the city manager's position while the city continues the search for a permanent city...
  • SHA set to upgrade lighting on Naval Academy Bridge in Annapolis

    SHA set to upgrade lighting on Naval Academy Bridge in Annapolis
    The State Highway Administration will begin a project Monday designed to upgrade 80 light poles and fixtures on the Route 450 (King George Street) bridge over Severn River, also known as the Naval Academy Bridge, in Annapolis. Work includes replacing...
  • Four arrests made in Annapolis burglaries that prompted police photo debate

    Four arrests made in Annapolis burglaries that prompted police photo debate
    Annapolis police have arrested four young people they believe were involved in robberies that spurred questions over officers taking photos of possible suspects. On Thursday, 18-year-old Demarcus Gross turned himself in to police in connection with...
  • Robert W. Awalt Sr., home builder

    Robert W. Awalt Sr., home builder
    Robert W. Awalt Sr., who built homes in West Baltimore and Howard County, died of kidney failure July 26 at his Annapolis home. He was 91. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of George W. Awalt, a home builder, and E. Grace Freeland, an artist and...
  • Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator

    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., veteran educator
    Dr. Richard G. Thomas Jr., a longtime Baltimore County educator who helped in the integration of county public schools in the 1950s, died Thursday of complications of a stroke at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Harwood resident was 82. The son...