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Benjamin Wade spent his dinner hour Tuesday lying on a bed of nails, smiling as a stream of people, including Baltimore's mayor and TV's Gomez Addams, stood on his stomach and posed for pictures. Better known by his stage name, SideShow Bennie, Wade...
When Kevin Luskin decided to fill a vast, long-vacant spot in a shopping center he owns in Towson, he envisioned a "category killer" store that would specialize in sofas and other seating — a store that would defy customers to leave without...
Tags: Towson, Homes, Consumers, Perry Hall, Non-durable Goods Industry
Poncho N Pepe's is a party place. Even on a Wednesday evening, the bar is packed and tables are filled, often with large, laughing groups. Everybody, from the hostess to the waiter, is friendly. It's bright, festive, and most of all, fun. The Crofton...
Tags: Mexican Food, Annapolis, Cheese, Steaks, Dining and Drinking
A bill requiring all public and semi-public swimming pools in Anne Arundel County to have automated external defibrillators was signed into law Friday by Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold. The law, called Connor's law for a 5-year-old boy who...
Tags: Judges, Justice System, Laws
A 25-year-old Gambrills man pleaded guilty Tuesday to possession of child pornography after Anne Arundel County police located hundreds of images of prepubescent children on computers and other digital storage devices in his home, according to the...
A Crofton man was sentenced Wednesday to more than four years in prison for redirecting about $5 million in mortgage payoffs on 17 Maryland properties to himself and a co-defendant, according to federal prosecutors. Todd R. Bettin, 42, was assistant...
Tags: Lawyers, Mortgages, Justice System, Defendants, Prisons
For the second time in four years, there's a fight brewing in northern Baltimore County that raises questions about the scarcity of county-owned land for parks and schools. The school system is poised to approve building an elementary school on land it...
There's a moment from Kyle Durfey's adolescence that has always stayed with him. He was sitting next to his dad in their Crofton home, watching the sci-fi movie "Contact." In the film, Jodie Foster's character sees her long-deceased father walk up to her...
Tags: Jodie Foster, Michael York, Multiple Sclerosis, Music, Pneumonia
A 32-year-old Crofton man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Thursday for armed bank robbery, after holding up the same two M&T banks a total of five times and making off with more than $30,000, sometimes wishing the tellers a “nice day&...
A modest increase in average home prices in November is the first upturn for the Baltimore region in more than a year, but beleaguered homeowners shouldn't cheer just yet. Though prices rose almost 1 percent on average compared with a year earlier, the...
Tags: Odenton, Apartments, Real Estate, Fells Point, Finance
An Edgewater man was sentenced to six years in prison and a Crofton man pleaded guilty Friday for their involvement in a Gambrills-based mortgage fraud scheme in which they stole nearly $5 million for their personal use, prosecutors said. Gary Pierce,...
Tags: Fraud, Corporate Crime, Prosecution, Prisons, Lawyers
South River High School senior Caitlin Byrnes says her parents have been stressing the importance of college since she was young, and though she listened to the message, she didn't think it applied to her. The Crofton resident would consider the family...
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