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  • 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...
  • Former church teacher charged with sexually abusing two teens

    Former church teacher charged with sexually abusing two teens
    Baltimore County Police have charged a 49-year-old man with sexually abusing two teenagers in 1997 when he worked as a teacher and youth group leader at the Greater Grace Church on Moravia Park Drive in East Baltimore. Raymond Fernandez, of the unit...
  • Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system

     Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system
    Perhaps it's time for our nation to look long and hard at our faltering, staid conventional two-party system. It has pathetically morphed into a churlish, immature tug of war between the Democrats and Republicans ("Under federal shutdown, many Marylanders...
  • Who's tattling on Gansler?

     Who's tattling on Gansler?
    In the movie "The Wizard of Oz", the great and powerful Wizard uttered the words "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!" So who is the man, or woman, behind the curtain offering the media damaging leaks about Maryland Attorney General Doug...
  • Suddenly, secession looks good

     Suddenly, secession looks good
    I used to be of the mind-set that secessionists were wild-eyed, "rugged individualism" folks who were rife with ideas that went against the grain of everything American. Now I find these same people are very intriguing. Secessionism is no longer a...
  • Wedded: Nadia Ennis and Rob Zanotti

    Wedded: Nadia Ennis and Rob Zanotti
    Date: Sept. 1, 2013 Her story: Nadia Ennis, 34, grew up in Freeport, Long Island. She is a veterinary technician at Belvedere Veterinary Center in Baltimore. Her parents are retired and live in Palm Bay, Fla. His story: Robert Zanotti, 34, was born in...
  • Car show, dinners, breakfasts all this weekend

    The Principio United Methodist Church members are looking for crafters/vendors for their Christmas Craft Show, scheduled for Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the Principio Church Hall. Please call Barbara, 410-642-3197, for booking info. Belated...
  • Wedded: Kristina Donahue and Michael Tyler

    Wedded: Kristina Donahue and Michael Tyler
    Date: Aug. 9, 2013 Her story: Kristina Donahue, 28, grew up in Ellicott City. She graduated from University of Baltimore School of Law in May. She took the Maryland bar examination at the end of July and is now studying for the registration...
  • Guns and 'unhealthy' attachments to them

     Guns and 'unhealthy' attachments to them
    I am endlessly amazed, even stultified at times, regarding how a person's wearing of a firearm gives that person a feeling of invincibility, if you will. The most recent issue deals with Baltimore Police training instructor William Kern, and his love...
  • A potato for a mascot?

     A potato for a mascot?
    It seems that everyone suddenly has an opinion regarding the Washington Redskins' supposedly offensive name ("The curse of Redskins," June 16). As our nation gets duped with more on the PC bandwagon, I have a suggestion for Redskins team owner Daniel...
  • Hope for a cure amid a thinner crowd at Maryland Komen race

    Hope for a cure amid a thinner crowd at Maryland Komen race
    Participation in the Komen Maryland Race for the Cure dropped for the second straight year, according to officials at the Sunday event. Yet those who braved the blustery climes to take part in the 21st annual event in Hunt Valley said they wouldn't...
  • Batts is turning Baltimore around

     Batts is turning Baltimore around
    When Baltimore City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts took the position over a year ago, I was dubious, at best, regarding the challenges facing him. He has begun to turn heads regarding his policing policies. Commissioner Batts instituted a "Most...