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  • Immigrant drivers licenses an insult [Letter]

    The state's decision to allow second-tier drivers' licenses to undocumented immigrants smacks of unfairness ("Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses," Dec. 31). First, it is generally an unethical, unfair practice. Second, it is an insult to...
  • Immigrants get to drive while jobless walk [Letter]

    Maryland is going to allow drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants ("Thousands of immigrants seek drivers licenses," Dec. 31). As one said in the article, "Now I can get a car and drive to work." Last week, long-term unemployment compensation was...
  • Wedded: Tracie Schwartz and Ted Sadowski

    Wedded: Tracie Schwartz and Ted Sadowski
    Date: Oct. 5 Her story: Tracie Schwartz, 40, grew up in Silver Spring. She works in marketing for Ameritox, a toxicology company with offices in Baltimore and Columbia. Her parents, Donna and Jimmy Schwartz, live in Gaithersburg. His story: Theodore...
  • Forged prescriptions reported in Forest Hill [Police blotter]

    Aberdeen Zakyra Duwhite, 20, of the 100 block of Hamilton Place, was charged Sunday with violating probation in a case in which she was found guilty of second-degree assault. Colin P. O'Brien, 39, of the 100 block of West Deen Avenue, was charged...
  • What Md. needs in 2014 [Letter]

    Here are but a few items I wish for Baltimore and Maryland as we quickly approach the coming year: •A resolution for Baltimore's speed camera debacle. Can't you just get it fixed? •Leaders for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and...
  • Feeling targeted by data theft [Letter]

    I have been targeted because I shopped at Target and made credit card purchases ("Why hackers keep winning," Dec. 20). Sadly, this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. If this is a glimpse into our future, I want nothing to do with it. I...
  • Falling debris from I-95 overpass damages cars

    Falling debris from I-95 overpass damages cars
    Several drivers passing beneath an Interstate 95 overpass near White Marsh got an unwelcome surprise Christmas Eve morning when construction debris fell from the highway, damaging their vehicles. No one was injured in the incident, but four vehicles were...
  • The mayor and her speed cameras [Letter]

    The mayor and her speed cameras [Letter]
    Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will never give up on her attempts to rectify Baltimore's lingering problems with speed cameras ("Mayor pledges new speed camera system," Dec. 19). While her efforts are admirable, many are wondering what the...
  • A glittering holiday tradition

    A glittering holiday tradition
    For the Douglas clan of Nottingham, the most magical time of the year doesn't start until they spend a morning oohing and ahhing their way through the aisles of the glittering winter wonderland that is the annual Christmas display and sale at Valley...
  • Eva A. Burton, churchwoman

    Eva A. Burton, churchwoman
    Eva A. Burton, a homemaker who was active in the United Methodist Church, died Dec. 16 of complications from a stroke at her daughter's home in Chestertown. She was 100. The daughter of Luther Kilchenman Angel, a metallurgist, and Laura Kilchenman Angel,...
  • Orioles spent a week drowning bait [Letter]

    Orioles spent a week drowning bait [Letter]
    I personally liken the Orioles involvement in Major League Baseball's winter meetings to a fishing expedition where the crew eagerly embarks on a trip to snag some trophy marlin only to pathetically return to port with a few minnows and lots of seaweed ("...
  • Howard County's newest shopping center at Turf Valley Towne Square

    Howard County's newest shopping center at Turf Valley Towne Square
    Whenever Ali Sadeghi was in the mood for fresh fish or oysters, the Ellicott City resident says he had to drive to D.C. or Baltimore to satisfy his craving. Now he can indulge at the restaurant he and retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker Adalius Thomas...