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  • Vets deserve better support [Letter]

    Vets deserve better support [Letter]
    Sadly, it seems that the old "going postal" concept has been geographically supplanted by the recent carnage at U.S. Army bases that have been transformed into shooting galleries, most notably Fort Hood, Texas ("Fort Hood shooting: Iraq vet was being...
  • Rosedale man convicted in 2012 homicide

    Rosedale man convicted in 2012 homicide
    A Baltimore County jury on Thursday convicted a Rosedale man of stabbing another man, and leaving his body in a burning car. Prosecutors said Lennell Earl Ellis, 34, fatally stabbed Darryl Maurice Augustus, II in a Nottingham apartment and, with the...
  • GM becomes 'Greedy Morons' [Letter]

    GM becomes 'Greedy Morons' [Letter]
    We have learned the deaths of 13 people due to a faulty ignition part/switch in General Motors vehicles could have perhaps have been avoided. Pathetically, the situation could have possibly been averted by simply adding a two-dollar part to each...
  • Mariner Finance expands to new Baltimore County headquarters

    Mariner Finance expands to new Baltimore County headquarters
    Mariner Finance will move its corporate headquarters to Baltimore County later this year, part of a broader planned expansion of the Baltimore-based consumer-loan company. The recovering economy has boosted the growth of the company, founded in 2002...
  • Mink stole is tasteless [Letter]

    I was disappointed upon seeing the accompanying photograph in Sloane Brown's column about fashion-forward locals ("Glimpsed at Single Carrot Theatre," Jan. 30). Kirsten Lessner was shown wearing a mink stole that she said was "her grandmother's cousin's."...
  • A Democrat who can't vote for Brown [Letter]

    A Democrat who can't vote for Brown [Letter]
    There will be droves of registered Maryland voters who will vote for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown to be Maryland's next governor simply because they do not want to cross party lines. I can relate to that, because, being a lifelong Democrat approaching 60...
  • The $84,000 hepatitis drug [Letter]

    It was interesting to read that there is now a cure for hepatitis C in the form of new drugs that are capable of completely suppressing the virus in 90 percent of patients in 8 to 12 weeks ("Gilead Sciences' $84,000 price for hepatitis drug is...
  • Brown must face the music [Letter]

    Brown must face the music [Letter]
    To vote in November for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor of our state will likely mean MOTS (More Of The Same) from Annapolis. Mr. Brown has proven that he is incapable of true leadership, as was learned firsthand with the botched Maryland health...
  • Brown misses the point [Letter]

    Brown misses the point [Letter]
    I saw Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's gubernatorial campaign ad in which he proudly states he has been mentoring an African-American youth ("Brown focuses on adoption in 4th TV ad," April 9). But while his mentoring a young man is a wonderful thing and...
  • The inevitable result of police misconduct [Letter]

    Newton's Third Law of Motion states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That theorem can be applied to the misconduct of the Baltimore City police officer convicted of beating a suspect in custody ("Baltimore officer jailed...
  • Popes deserve greater scrutiny [Letter]

    Popes deserve greater scrutiny [Letter]
    The pending sainthood of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII may be a bit rushed ("St. Pius X parishioners recall role in visit of Pope John Paul II," April 23). Both were allegedly cognizant that under their tenure there were heinous sexual crimes...
  • Herman L. Wockenfuss

    Herman L. Wockenfuss
    Herman L. "Dinky" Wockenfuss, a Northeast Baltimore candy maker whose family's much-sought-after confections have been tempting candy lovers and expanding waistlines for nearly a century, died Monday of heart failure at his Kingsville home. He was 92....