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  • Brown to strike first on airwaves

    Brown to strike first on airwaves
    If the first political ad for the general election is any indication, the battle for the governor's mansion may take a negative tone, some political observers say. Democrat Anthony G. Brown released a 30-second TV spot Friday that takes a swipe at his...
  • Victoria F. Gelfman, Howard prosecutor, dies

    Victoria F. Gelfman, Howard prosecutor, dies
    Victoria F. "Vickie" Gelfman, a prosecutor in the Howard County state's attorney's office whose blog posts about her struggle with acute myeloid leukemia served as an inspiration to others, died Friday of the disease at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The...
  • Baltimore County wins appeal in police union dispute

    Baltimore County officials are praising a Maryland Court of Appeals ruling that the county didn't need to hire a third party to settle a 2011 dispute with the police union. The dispute centered on an incentive program the county started in 2010 to...
  • Merreen E. Kelly, Baltimore County administrator

    Merreen E. Kelly, Baltimore County administrator
    Merreen E. Kelly, a former Baltimore County administrative officer who earlier had been an associate superintendent of Baltimore County public schools, died of lung cancer Sunday at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 79. The son of...
  • Bicyclists injured in early morning hit and run

    Bicyclists injured in early morning hit and run
    Two bicyclists suffered serious injuries after a hit-and-run crash in Stevenson early Friday morning, Baltimore County police said. About 6:30 a.m., police said a Toyota Corolla headed east in the 2000 block of Old Valley Road struck two bicyclists who...
  • Hogan vows to eliminate taxes on pensions

    Hogan vows to eliminate taxes on pensions
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan told residents of a retirement community Tuesday night that he wants to eliminate all state income taxes on pensions before the end of his administration. Hogan unveiled the proposal in response to a...
  • Relay's history topic of talk at Arbutus Senior Center

    Relay's history topic of talk at Arbutus Senior Center
    When Ray Chism, 74, bought the Relay Hotel in 1972 with his wife, Diana, he wanted to learn more about the history of the building, where he has lived with his family for more than 30 years. The couple began sorting through archives and talking to older...
  • Violations of school bus stop law in Carroll decrease slightly

    Violations of school bus stop law in Carroll decrease slightly
    While drivers continue to ignore the stop arms on school buses at an alarming rate in the state, those in Carroll County are getting slightly better, according to a Maryland State Department of Education-sponsored survey. Of the total of 3,505...
  • McDonough asks state prosecutor to investigate Baltimore County school board

    McDonough asks state prosecutor to investigate Baltimore County school board
    State Del. Pat McDonough has asked the Maryland State Prosecutor's Office to investigate whether the Baltimore County school board acted properly when it gave the superintendent an increase in his pay and benefits package of $27,000. McDonough...
  • Fish kill in Baltimore's Herring Run Park

    Fish kill in Baltimore's Herring Run Park
    City officials said Thursday they are investigating a fish kill in a Northeast Baltimore creek that flows through Herring Run Park, where users of the park and streamside trail expressed dismay. "This is ridiculous," said Donald Cooper, who stopped...
  • Time to move the 'pickles' at the Maryland State Fair

    Time to move the 'pickles' at the Maryland State Fair
    Janice Coroneos calls them her "fair fairies," her small dedicated staff of furniture movers, glass polishers, banner hangers, exhibit arrangers and entry registrars. Without them — it's a gigantic group of about eight people — the 2,000...
  • Ridgely Middle School principal named finalist for national award

    Ridgely Middle School principal named finalist for national award
    Ridgely Middle School Principal Susan Evans was in the dark as the new school year approached. The power was out in the building Aug. 13. But Evans, 60, cheerfully recalled the days when she started as an educator in 1970 and there was none of the...