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  • Fourth of July is no holiday for police

    Fourth of July is no holiday for police
    As many prepare for Fourth of July cookouts or head to the Shore, law enforcement agencies across the state are beefing up patrols — to monitor large crowds at fireworks celebrations and ramp up DUI enforcement. Officers plan to be out in force on...
  • Arbutus parade a celebration of sound and sights in red, white and blue

    The threat of rain that hovered over the area in the morning had dissipated by the time the annual Fourth of July Parade through Arbutus was to begin Friday. "This was the best," said Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, one of many politicians in...
  • Dundalk man accused of leaving daughter in hot car

    Dundalk man accused of leaving daughter in hot car
    Police in New York said they arrested a Dundalk man Thursday for leaving his 2-year-old daughter locked in the car while he shopped at a Marshalls on Long Island. Suffolk County Police said a passerby in the parking lot heard the girl crying from inside...
  • Towson Chamber of Commerce takes on organizing of Towson Fourth Parade

    Towson Chamber of Commerce takes on organizing of Towson Fourth Parade
    When the Towson July Fourth Parade kicks off Friday at 10:30, no one will be happier than Charles Connolly. As chairman of the Parade Committee, Connolly will finally see the result of months of behind-the-scenes planning. "I've been to a lot of...
  • Iron gates stolen from Dundalk's Battle Acre Monument Park

    Iron gates stolen from Dundalk's Battle Acre Monument Park
    Wrought-iron gates erected to preserve Battle Acre Monument Park, one of Dundalk's War of 1812 sites, have been stolen, police said, even as they were being restored in time for September's celebration of the war's bicentennial. Baltimore County...
  • Remembrances of Towson Fourth of July parades past

    Remembrances of Towson Fourth of July parades past
    Fourth of July parades are so filled with tradition you might not notice changes from year to year. But to participants, each parade is special. They love the cheers from the crowds — and they're ready for the heat of the day. "We've seen the...
  • Deer head placed at Churchville front door [Harford police blotter]

    Deer head placed at Churchville front door [Harford police blotter]
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Jacob Alan Barclay, 25, of the first block of Post Road, was charged Thursday with theft less than $100. Timothy Farrare, 25, of the 300 block of Woodland Green Court,...
  • Two large fires break out in Baltimore vacant properties

    Two large fires break out in Baltimore vacant properties
    Baltimore firefighters battled two separate two-alarm fires in vacant properties Monday evening and early Tuesday morning, though no one was injured in either incident. One fire broke out in the 5700 block of Eastern Ave., on the edge of the Johns...
  • At Heritage Fair, families celebrate Dundalk

    At Heritage Fair, families celebrate Dundalk
    Jack Dingman recounted an idyllic childhood in Dundalk and looked around the Heritage Fair on Saturday wishing for the blue-collar community to return to the glory that had been bolstered by a booming steel plant. The 28-year-old contractor, who now...
  • DeJuliis: Parents are the key to school reform [Letter]

    DeJuliis: Parents are the key to school reform [Letter]
    As someone whose career in public service was launched from the trenches of community activism, I could not agree more with Yara Cheikh, who wrote in the May 10 issue of this newspaper that citizen advocacy was the driving force behind school reform ("...
  • Two Balto. Co. councilmen lose seats in primary

    Two Balto. Co. councilmen lose seats in primary
    Two Baltimore County councilwomen survived primary challenges Tuesday while two other incumbents lost their seats. Four of the council's seven members faced opposition in a primary election that had light voter turnout across the region. Councilman Todd...
  • Some incumbents trailing in high-profile General Assembly races

    Some incumbents trailing in high-profile General Assembly races
    At least six General Assembly incumbents were trailing opponents after early primary returns Tuesday evening — but many incumbents were turning back tough challenges. With early results reported from polls across the state, state Sen. James...