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  • Maryland's small but growing connection to 'K-pop'

    Maryland's small but growing connection to 'K-pop'
    Last winter, Leann Kwak put her senior year at Arundel High School on hold to pursue her dreams as a chart-topping pop singer. For nearly three months, thousands of TV viewers determined whether or not she'd move on to the next round of the competition....
  • Which Maryland restaurant crab cakes are 'True Blue'?

    Which Maryland restaurant crab cakes are 'True Blue'?
    More than 50 restaurants have signed onto the Maryland's 'True Blue' certification program and marketing campaign. Launched this spring by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, the 'True Blue' certification program allows restaurants serving DNR-...
  • Harford estimates board approves $2.2 million in IT, phone, copier contracts

    Harford County's Board of Estimates has approved several contracts, totaling more than $2.2 million, that were requested by the county's information and communication technology director, including one for more than $600,000 for copiers. About 140 black/...
  • Food bank needs more volunteers to handle increase in donated food

    Food bank needs more volunteers to handle increase in donated food
    Inside the Maryland Food Bank's 90,000-square-foot warehouse in Halethorpe, a half dozen volunteers hustled to box, weigh and sort cartons and cans of food sitting on a stationary conveyor belt Thursday morning. In motion, the conveyor belt makes this...
  • Campers learn about crime scenes and chemistry

    Campers learn about crime scenes and chemistry
    Youngsters opened a classroom door at Crofton Elementary School and entered what appeared to be a crime scene: a masking-tape outline of a body, a hammer, a tennis ball covered with dog hair and a "Caution: Do Not Cross" sign. They were walking in on a...
  • His heart stopped, but life continues for Telesma musician

    His heart stopped, but life continues for Telesma musician
    Ian Hesford, his face and body painted in bold swirls, stretched his arms out toward his bandmates. The six members of Telesma joined hands and lifted their voices, finding the key for the performance. Then they took their places. Hesford headed toward...
  • Anne Arundel County religion briefs

    Yard sale Epiphany Episcopal Church will hold its annual yard sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 28, at 1419 Odenton Road. Hot dogs, lemonade and home-baked goods will be available for purchase. Donations for the sale will be accepted at the...
  • As Maxwell departs, Anne Arundel officials begin replacement process

    As Maxwell departs, Anne Arundel officials begin replacement process
    Anne Arundel County school officials expressed surprise and disappointment at the sudden resignation of Superintendent Kevin Maxwell, this week and said they'll meet Saturday in a closed session to start the process of finding his replacement. Maxwell...
  • On eve of new fee, Harford school system tackles stormwater issues

    The Harford County Board of Education recently approved spending more than $283,000 toward upgrading its stormwater management facilities after county officials spent the past year ramping up their inspections of all stormwater management infrastructure...
  • Siddiqui enters District 13 delegate race

    Siddiqui enters District 13 delegate race
    Howard County Board of Education member Janet Siddiqui announced last week she is running for a seat in 2014 to represent District 13 in the Maryland House of Delegates. Siddiqui, a Democrat, made the announcement June 15 before a group of nearly 100...
  • N.J. officer facing murder charge released from Anne Arundel jail

    N.J. officer facing murder charge released from Anne Arundel jail
    The New Jersey law enforcement officer charged with killing a Lansdowne man in a road-rage incident in Anne Arundel County was released from jail Wednesday after a $1 million bond was posted. Joseph Lamont Walker, a detective in the Hudson County, N.J.,...
  • Suspect in alleged road-rage killing claims he was attacked

    Suspect in alleged road-rage killing claims he was attacked
    The New Jersey police officer accused of killing a man during an alleged weekend road rage incident was defending his family, his lawyer said Monday. Patrick McAndrew, attorney for Joseph Lamont Walker, 40, said his client had faced an "attack" on the...