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  • Two intruders caught entering apartment in Lansdowne [Crime Log]

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Police Station at 410-887-...
  • Halethorpe man on trial for murder found dead in jail cell

    Halethorpe man on trial for murder found dead in jail cell
    A Halethorpe man charged in his girlfriend's death was found dead in his jail cell last month, closing the case, court records show. County officials said Roland Damie Haywood, 43, was found at 3:06 a.m. on Nov 19, for an apparent suicide at the...
  • Churches welcome all to Christmas services

    "There's a song in the air. There's a star in the sky. There's a mother's sweet prayer and a baby's low cry. And that star rains its fire while the heavenly sing. For the manger in Bethlehem cradles a king." Welcome the King of Kings at a worship planned...
  • Governments begin Christmas tree disposal, recycling

    Governments begin Christmas tree disposal, recycling
    Sick of the holidays? Santa didn't bring what you wanted? Or maybe you are just looking to spruce up the garden? Send your Christmas tree to the wood chipper. Christmas tree disposal began as early as Thursday and continues into January around the...
  • Eagle Scout project aids Arbutus nonprofit

    Eagle Scout project aids Arbutus nonprofit
    It was back in March that Catonsville resident David Luco came up with an idea for the project to demonstrate his leadership skills that he needed to complete in order to become an Eagle Scout. With some plywood, a few volunteers and a commitment to...
  • Putting employers in the driver's seat for job training

    Putting employers in the driver's seat for job training
    Even as the manufacturing industry sheds jobs overall, a number of firms in Maryland want to hire — and aren't having an easy time of it. That's what the Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership heard when the nonprofit talked to 40...
  • Bail reduced for man charged with child pornography in Harford

    A Baltimore-area man was charged with 10 counts of possessing child pornography in Harford County, according to prosecutors at a recent bail review. The man, William Meade Higbee, 70, has addresses in the 2900 block of Pinewood Avenue in Halethorpe...
  • Volunteers pack 18,000 boxes of holiday food at Maryland Food Bank event

    Volunteers pack 18,000 boxes of holiday food at Maryland Food Bank event
    Hundreds of volunteers flocked to the Maryland Food Bank's Halethorpe, Salisbury and Hagerstown locations Thursday to pack a total of 18,000 boxes of holiday food for those in need. "It's going to help 18,000 people feel normal for a day," said...
  • Incumbent hosts forum for nine District 12 candidates for state delegate

    Incumbent hosts forum for nine District 12 candidates for state delegate
    The event hall at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department was packed with nearly 200 people for last week's forum featuring all nine Democratic candidates for three open seats in the House of Delegates for District 12. The Nov. 13 forum, hosted by District...
  • Alcuin H. 'Al' Krebs, teacher

    Alcuin H. 'Al' Krebs, teacher
    Alcuin H. "Al" Krebs, a retired Baltimore public schools reading resource teacher and World War II combat Marine, died Monday of Alzheimer's disease at Brightwood assisted living in Catonsville. He was 86. The son of a lithographer and a homemaker,...
  • Baltimore-area nonprofits highlight the power of philanthropy

    Baltimore-area nonprofits highlight the power of philanthropy
    Say the word "philanthropist" and the names of the wealthy and powerful come to mind. But philanthropists don't need to make million-dollar gifts to help change lives. Many nonprofits in the Baltimore area thrive by receiving many small gifts —...
  • Lawmakers call on Congress to pass smaller food stamp cuts

    Lawmakers call on Congress to pass smaller food stamp cuts
    Standing in a warehouse full of food for needy families, three Democratic lawmakers called Monday for Congress to avoid sharp cuts to food stamps proposed in a $500 billion farm bill. Lawmakers want to pass the massive legislation by the end of the year,...