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  • In Fort Meade, Howard sees growing economic engine

    In Fort Meade, Howard sees growing economic engine
    First in a two-part series Back in the early 1990s, when Kent Menser was the commander of Fort Meade and the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were still part of an unforeseeable future, there wasn't much heavy-duty security at the military base. Local traffic...
  • Barber's efforts are cut above

    Barber's efforts are cut above
    The barber spent at least 20 minutes grooming his client's hair and beard. With his clippers, brush, razor and shaving cream, he skillfully tended to every detail, frequently asking the man in the chair his preferences. When the appointment was done,...
  • Board of Appeals hearing on Clarksville funeral plans postponed

    A Board of Appeals hearing on plans for a funeral home in Clarksville that was scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 5 had to be postponed because the hearing was not properly advertised by the county. The law says the county has to advertise zoning hearings 30...
  • Imprisoned Glen Burnie man charged in 2006 killing

    A former Glen Burnie man now serving a 50-year prison sentence for a Montgomery County robbery has been charged in the 2006 slaying of a former federal officer in an Odenton parking lot. William Lloyd McDonald, 31, was indicted on charges of first-degree...
  • Appearance by 'Dog Whisperer' draws hundreds to pet shop

    Appearance by 'Dog Whisperer' draws hundreds to pet shop
    When Vinny Ragone heard the Dog Whisperer was going to be at a Baltimore pet store, and he could see him for free, he told his mother (who had never heard of Cesar Millan), "I've got to be there." The eight-year-old Towson boy with wire-rimmed glasses...
  • Significant MARC delays this afternoon

    All MARC trains will experience significant delays, ranging from 20 to 50 minutes, late this afternoon, the Maryland Transit Administration said Friday. The MTA said there was only one track available between Washington and Bowie, a track problem near...
  • School of Rock students make old tunes new

    School of Rock students make old tunes new
    The band members met for the first time just two hours ago, but they're already hard at work on a rock classic, and to be honest, it's not sounding half-bad. A rhythm guitarist pounds out G and F chords. A bass player settles on a solid beat. A singer...
  • Anne Arundel County library system devising plan for future

    Most of Anne Arundel County's 15 libraries opened before anyone thought about computer literacy — and four of them opened before astronauts walked on the moon. Over a half-century, county residents have drastically changed the way they use...
  • Catonsville man, 25, dies of injuries from accident in Odenton

    Anne Arundel County police identified Tuesday a man who died after he was involved in a single-vehicle car crash in Odenton on Saturday. Brendan James Truffer, 25, of the 100 block of Locust Drive in Catonsville, died Monday after his car struck a tree...
  • North Laurel man arrested, suspected of robbing banks in four counties

    North Laurel man arrested, suspected of robbing banks in four counties
    A North Laurel man is charged with robbing banks in three Maryland counties and will soon be facing charges in a fourth. Jeffrey Wayne Malcolm, 55, of the 9600 block of Barrel House Road, was arrested Feb. 8 in Odenton, bringing into custody a man Laurel...
  • Msgr. Richard E. Parks, pastor of Dundalk congregation

    Msgr. Richard E. Parks, pastor of Dundalk congregation
    Monsignor Richard E. Parks, pastor of Sacred Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church in Graceland Park for 25 years who was also a city Fire Department chaplain, died of cancer Feb. 19 at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 80. Monsignor Parks was remembered by...
  • Ladd criticized for racial slur, questioned on council diversity

    An Anne Arundel county councilman was peppered with questions Saturday about diversity on the all-white, all-male council — and criticized for his public use of a racial slur — before storming out of a community forum in Odenton. Richard B....