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  • Del. Dwyer charged with driving under the influence

    Del. Dwyer charged with driving under the influence
    State lawmakers on both sides of the aisle called for Del. Don Dwyer Jr. to reassess his personal and political lives after the three-term Republican was charged with drunken driving Tuesday — months after pleading guilty to operating a boat while...
  • Police say registered sex offender faces new charges

    Police say registered sex offender faces new charges
    Anne Arundel County police say a 78-year-old man who they identified as a registered sex offender is facing new charges after neighbors reported he took a 13-year-old into woods in Brooklyn Park last week. Ray Roland Porter, of Brooklyn Park, was...
  • Fair champ Brooke McDonnell follows in mom's footsteps [Elkridge]

    They say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. That is the quintessential understatement when you take stock of the recent Howard County Fair ribbons won by Brooke McDonnell, the talented 10-year-old daughter of Elkridge resident Cindy Perry...
  • Through the years, tracks around state have drawn hardcore motorsports enthusiasts

    Through the years, tracks around state have drawn hardcore motorsports enthusiasts
    The race car — what's left of it — sits in a yard in Middle River, a rusty hulk entombed by weeds. The engine's gone; the tires rotted. "It ain't very pretty to look at," Pete Kantorsky, Jr. said of the 1937 Ford. But one man's junk is...
  • Families, racing fans flock downtown for Grand Prix action

    Race cars whipped around downtown Baltimore on Saturday, turning usually traffic-choked streets into a speedway, their engines filling the air with the sounds of a hornet's hum on the straights and a smoker's cackle at the hairpin turn. As the cars...
  • At Latino Fest, fast-growing community takes stock

    At Latino Fest, fast-growing community takes stock
    When Angelica Barrera moved to Baltimore in 1958 at age 11, she was the only Spanish-speaking student at the William Fell School in Fells Point, where she joined her many German and Polish classmates each morning for a one-hour English language class....
  • 'Annie' at Chesapeake, and a preview of music to come

    At the helm of the Chesapeake Arts Center since last fall, Belinda Fraley Huesman recently announced her intention to offer additional performance dates for diverse groups in Chesapeake's 800-seat main theater and in the previously underused 120-seat...
  • High court says Anne Arundel councilman was ousted in error

    High court says Anne Arundel councilman was ousted in error
    The Maryland Court of Appeals said Monday that the Anne Arundel County Council improperly removed a councilman from office while he served time in federal prison on tax charges in 2012. The ruling potentially opens the door for Daryl Jones to return to...
  • Man stabbed in Brooklyn Park after knock at front door

    Man stabbed in Brooklyn Park after knock at front door
    A 66-year-old man was stabbed in the arm at his home in Brooklyn Park on Wednesday night after another man who knocked on his door attempted to force his way inside, according to Anne Arundel County Police. Officers responded to a report of a stabbing...
  • Arundel teacher admits to theft from organization she co-founded for needy families

    Arundel teacher admits to theft from organization she co-founded for needy families
    Working with Anne Arundel County schools, an independent foundation helped feed needy children and their families for more than five years. But that came to an abrupt halt a year ago, after a member of the Journey Foundation reviewing the organization's...
  • Arundel food bank chief helps those needing a second chance

    Arundel food bank chief helps those needing a second chance
    Medical bills and other expenses strained Race Rudd Sr.'s finances, so replacing his broken-down car was beyond his means. In an imperfect arrangement, he relied on a friend to ferry him between his home in Odenton and his job as cook at the Hope House,...
  • Timonium students strike up the band with Marching Ravens

    Timonium students strike up the band with Marching Ravens
    When the Marching Ravens take the field at M&T Bank Stadium, two Dulaney High School students, sophomore Kayla Hill and junior Beka Stem, participate in the flute section. The girls, both enthusiastic football fans, joined the Marching Ravens during the...