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  • Two men stabbed at their Brooklyn Park home

    Two Brooklyn Park men were stabbed early Thursday at their home during an argument that involved several family members. Anne Arundel County Police responded at 2:37 a.m. to a report of domestic violence in the 5300 block of Fourth Street. Two victims,...
  • Maryland turnout expected to be lowest in decades

    Maryland turnout expected to be lowest in decades
    Voter turnout for Tuesday's presidential primary in Maryland was expected to be the lowest in at least 30 years, state election officials said. In 1996, when President Bill Clinton faced little competition while running for re-election, only 25 percent...
  • Man beaten and robbed near pizza shop in Brooklyn Park

    Three teen-aged boys face robbery and assault charges in the beating Monday of a pizza shop worker in Brooklyn Park. Anne Arundel County Police charged two suspects, aged 15 and 16, as juveniles with robbery and second-degree assault. Shaquille Davon...
  • John Polyniak, veteran who fought on D-Day, dies

    John Polyniak, veteran who fought on D-Day, dies
    John Polyniak, a World War II veteran who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and later was severely wounded during the battle for St. Lo, died June 7 of heart failure at the Encore at Turf Valley assisted-living facility in Ellicott City. Mr. Polyniak's...
  • State employee unions have outlived their usefulness

    As a state employee I am irate that my constitutional rights are being violated by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees ("State workers to pay unions," July 5). I wouldn't be so angry if the non-union member fee wasn't just $4...
  • Baltimore police investigate three Sunday deaths

    In Baltimore Sunday, two men were murdered, four others were shot and a woman's body was discovered, city police reported. The incidents appeared to be unrelated and occurred in different parts of the city. Just before 11 p.m. police reported that a 17...
  • Woman found dead in Southeast Baltimore identified

    Baltimore police have identified a woman found dead inside her Southeast Baltimore home Sunday, one of four killings detectives are investigating from the weekend. In addition to the weekend slayings, two men were reported shot Monday about 5:30 p.m. at...
  • Marriotts Ridge students are back on the stage with comedic 'Charley's Aunt'

    Hot on the heels of the sold-out "Jukebox" performances by the students at Marriotts Ridge High School comes "Charley's Aunt," a raucous farce set in 19th century England. During this time period, of course, proper young ladies required a chaperone, so...
  • Beverly J. Rajca

    Beverly J. Rajca, who worked at a Baltimore shipyard during World War II and later was a homemaker, died Oct. 28 of thrombosis at her Mount Airy home. She was 87. Beverly Jones was born and raised in Cartwright, Tenn., where she graduated from...
  • Arundel school administrators, families discuss arts magnet program

    The Anne Arundel County School System on Tuesday night fielded questions from parents and students about the county's upcoming Performance Visual Arts magnet program for high schools, a first-time endeavor that will offer students a chance to work with...
  • 'Christmas Carol' classic brought to life by Pasadena Theatre Company

    It's time to kindle our Christmas spirits by catching a performance of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" — a classic that first appeared in 1843 and is now a perennial theater favorite each holiday season. Pasadena Theatre Company is renewing...
  • Area schools prepare for second annual Choral Cluster concert Jan. 6

    The year has almost ended, as has most of the holiday hoopla. However, some activities still remain to fill our winter evenings. For instance, Marriotts Ridge High School and its main feeder schools – Mt. View Middle, Manor Woods Elementary,...