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  • Motorcyclist, 18, killed in crash into light pole in Nottingham

    Motorcyclist, 18, killed in crash into light pole in Nottingham
    An 18-year-old motorcyclist was killed after leaving the road and striking a light pole in Nottingham Wednesday, police said. Police identified the motorcyclist as John Adam Corvin Jr., of the 2100 block of Taylor Ave., in Parkville. Corvin had been...
  • Sharpton no help to Ferguson [Letter]

    Sharpton no help to Ferguson [Letter]
    I am a bit embarrassed that the African-American leaders of Ferguson, Mo. chose the Rev. Al Sharpton as their "national voice" for the community. Or perhaps I got that wrong. The truth may be that Reverend Sharpton foisted himself upon the community ("...
  • Naked man reported on Fox Bow Drive in Bel Air; tire slashed in Pylesville [Harford Police Blotter]

    Naked man reported on Fox Bow Drive in Bel Air; tire slashed in Pylesville [Harford Police Blotter]
    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen A group of girls was fighting Monday in the 200 block of Mayberry Drive. A syringe with liquid on it was found Tuesday in the 900 block of South Stepney Road. A...
  • Race is still an issue [Letter]

    Race is still an issue [Letter]
    I am slowly losing faith in this nation, my nation, in its seeming inability to put race-related issues in our past. From a racial perspective, it sometimes feels like we are still on a slippery slope. That is simply unconscionable. People still fight...
  • Lay down your arms, Baltimore [Letter]

    Lay down your arms, Baltimore [Letter]
    Police Commissioner Anthony Batts may have the single toughest job in the United States. Each small victory for the police department is trumped by more outrageous acts of ugly violence. A city weeps and prays for the family of a slain three year old ("...
  • Dog's killing a PR disaster for Baltimore police [Letter]

    Dog's killing a PR disaster for Baltimore police [Letter]
    The Baltimore City Council needs to immediately budget funds for a makeover of the city police force. The thug-like actions of some city cops has cast a pall over the entire police force ("Baltimore police suspend another officer in dog killing," June 19)...
  • Dog killing make cops look like animals [Letter]

    Dog killing make cops look like animals [Letter]
    Just when you think you have seen or heard everything in Baltimore, there inevitably comes an incident that tops everything else. It would be heinous enough if the persons allegedly involved in the throat slashing of a defenseless dog were merely...
  • Len Bias deserves to be hall-of-famer [Letter]

    Len Bias deserves to be hall-of-famer [Letter]
    The University of Maryland has made the right choice by their inclusion of Len Bias into the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame ("Len Bias to be inducted in Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame," July 16). Although I graduated from a different university, I...
  • Why so long without a supermarket? [Letter]

    Why so long without a supermarket? [Letter]
    There is an area of West Baltimore that has been devoid of a grocery store for 15 years. Yes,15 years ("City says largest supermarket to open in Howard Park after years of lobbying," July 28). The term for an area or community bereft of a food store is...
  • Mt. Airy club offers early start to young triathletes

    Mt. Airy club offers early start to young triathletes
    On a beautiful sunny evening, approximately 20 kids wearing bathing suits and swimming caps tear into Lake Linganore, swim feverishly and then bound out of the water. There is no game of Marco Polo, no diving to touch the bottom, no leisurely back...
  • Catonsville swim clubs Five Oaks, Woodbridge Valley off to strong start

    Catonsville swim clubs Five Oaks, Woodbridge Valley off to strong start
    The swim meet season got under way for the local pools and Five Oaks and Woodbridge Valley emerged victorious while Rollingwood and Hunting Hills both lost. Here are the results from the Catonsville area swim teams. Five Oaks 242 Springlake 227...
  • Mega mall flies in under the radar [Letter]

    Mega mall flies in under the radar [Letter]
    In response to Baltimore County Councilman David Marks' recent letter about the proposed Nottingham Ridge Outlet Mall, I would again point out the project's appalling lack of community input ("Marks: Consider the alternative to the outlet mall plan," June...