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  • Eugene Nickens, longshoreman

    Eugene Nickens, longshoreman
    Eugene Nickens, a retired longshoreman and an outdoorsman, died Friday of kidney failure at the Joseph Richey House hospice in Baltimore. He was 87. The son of Eugene Nickens, who worked in a dry-cleaning establishment, and Annie Nickens, a housekeeper,...
  • Stars fill the stage at N. Laurel family-run studio

    Stars fill the stage at N. Laurel family-run studio
    On June 6 and 7, tots in tiny tutus and pony tails will dance on the Laurel High School stage in concert with more than 200 other sublimely costumed "Pop Stars" from Stars Studio in North Laurel. The annual recital will culminate the past year's dance...
  • East Baltimore gang targeted in sweeping prosecution

    East Baltimore gang targeted in sweeping prosecution
    A surveillance camera near the East Baltimore murder scene spied a group from the Black Guerrilla Family gathered to congratulate a gang member on a job well done — a long-time rival was dead and a prior killing avenged. Henry Mills had been a BGF...
  • After 50 years, Md. Youth Symphony Orchestra founder steps down

    After 50 years, Md. Youth Symphony Orchestra founder steps down
    Angelo Gatto spoke softly and carried a small baton, but the slender 92-year-old conductor had no trouble getting respect from the musicians of the Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra rehearsing for Saturday's milestone concert. The milestone is Gatto's...
  • After delays, transit-oriented development starts to arrive

    After delays, transit-oriented development starts to arrive
    Maryland developers are once again digging into plans to build near rail stations, a sign that the appetite for development projects focused on transit may be coming back. This week, developers will break ground on a new 700-car parking garage and...
  • Our picks for summer fun

    Our picks for summer fun
    Once summer break begins, boredom can set in. Before the whining starts, we’ve come up with a list of activities proven with local families. Because there are two kinds of fun we search for during Maryland’s summer – in the shade and...
  • Odenton student at AACC chosen for TechStars 'boot camp'

    Odenton student at AACC chosen for TechStars 'boot camp'
    Anne Arundel Community College student Ethan Dietrich plans to make his idea for a technology company a reality through his energy, adaptability and passion — and a little help from mentors and investors at the TechStars Patriot Boot Camp at Goldman...
  • For jockeys and track workers, prayer a part of their lives

    For jockeys and track workers, prayer a part of their lives
    Heads bowed, hands clasped, they stood in the jockeys' room at Pimlico Race Course, one hour to first post, as one of their own led the riders in prayer. "Lord, take care of all those here who are risking their lives today — the jockeys and gallop...
  • Anne Arundel County apartment complex sold for $43 million

    Anne Arundel County apartment complex sold for $43 million
    The Goldstar Group, a Bethesda-based private investment firm, announced Wednesday that it purchased the 300-unit Shelter Cove Apartments in Odenton for approximately $43 million. Goldstar intends to proceed with ongoing renovations to 200 of the...
  • As early voting begins, lower voter turnout anticipated in Arundel

    As early voting begins, lower voter turnout anticipated in Arundel
    The primary election officially began Thursday with early voting, but Anne Arundel County elections officials are expecting low turnout for both early voting and traditional election day voting. Anne Arundel's turnout "might be the lowest ever" at 18...
  • Health clinic officials committed to Severn site despite loss of Arundel grant

    Health clinic officials committed to Severn site despite loss of Arundel grant
    Officials at People's Community Health Centers said Friday they remains committed to opening a health center in Severn, despite Anne Arundel County holding back funding after learning of an IRS judgement against the nonprofit. Anne Arundel County...
  • Man stopped by federal agents at MARC station after snapping photos

    Man stopped by federal agents at MARC station after snapping photos
    A man taking a series of photographs on a MARC train in Odenton on Tuesday morning was briefly detained by federal agents after raising concerns among fellow passengers. The man, who has not been identified, turned out to be a self-described "train...