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  • Herbert A. Caplan, deli owner

    Herbert A. Caplan, deli owner
    Herbert A. Caplan, whose Randallstown delicatessen kept hungry customers coming back for the Herbwood, Bubbie's Special and the Three Stooges, died June 26 of pancreatic cancer at his Pikesville home. He was 84. The youngest of nine children of a...
  • Dulaney cross country runners eager to shine on home course at Barnhart Invitational

    Dulaney cross country runners eager to shine on home course at Barnhart Invitational
    Fans of the host school will be watching the strong strides of Dulaney senior Isabel Griffith, who will be running in her final Barnhart Invitational in the 31st annual showcase on Saturday, Sept. 28. Griffith won the event held on the Timonium course...
  • Former Baltimore Co. officer sentenced in misconduct case

    Former Baltimore Co. officer sentenced in misconduct case
    A former Baltimore County police officer will serve no jail time after pleading guilty to allegations that he filmed himself engaging in sex acts and neglected calls while on duty. Aaron Z. Pross, 29, of Newark, Del., received an 18-month suspended...
  • Where's the outrage for all those killed since Trayvon Martin's death?

    I'm not surprised at all by the demonstrations following the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial (""Martin verdict protests continue," July 16). The media and U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric Holder's Department of Justice saw to that. What I don't understand...
  • The jury ignored common sense in the Zimmerman verdict

    The jury ignored common sense in the Zimmerman verdict
    The jurors in George Zimmerman's trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin claim they followed the rule of law in their acquittal. Let's set aside for the moment the flagrant abuses allowed under Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law and focus instead on the...
  • Mothers' organization raises awareness about local crime

    Mothers' organization raises awareness about local crime
    Daphne Alston understands why so many people are outraged by the killing of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed Florida teen shot by a self-appointed neighborhood watchman. She just doesn't get why nobody seems to care about the deaths of many other unarmed...
  • Recovered savings bonds could 'further a dream'

    The $10,000 in U.S. savings bonds that Tom Karle discovered in a house he renovated in Northeast Baltimore are now in the possession of Robert Gorham, the young man for whom they were purchased in the 1990s. But an element of mystery lingers in the story....
  • Charlestown residents offer nearly $225,000 in scholarships

    Charlestown residents offer nearly $225,000 in scholarships
    Erika Gonzalez, 18, has been working at the Charlestown retirement communtiy in Catonsville for nearly two years, coming in after school and on weekends to wait tables and serve as a hostess in the Atrium dining room. She started working there because...
  • Officer identified in fatal Cockeysville shooting

    Officer identified in fatal Cockeysville shooting
    Baltimore County police on Tuesday identified the officer who shot and killed a Cockeysville man after police said he refused to drop a knife. The department identified the officer as Officer First Class Gibbons, a 19-year veteran assigned to the...
  • Graffiti of swastikas, pentagrams found in Pikesville

    Graffiti of swastikas, pentagrams found in Pikesville
    Four places in Pikesville, including the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and an elementary school, were tagged over the weekend with graffiti carrying swastikas, pentagrams and other vulgarities, and Baltimore County police say they are investigating the...
  • Hey, I'm from Baltimore and I'm running for governor too

    Hey, I'm from Baltimore and I'm running for governor too
    Two points stand out in your recent editorial about the 2014 gubernatorial race, one glaringly wrong, the other correct ("It's not over yet," May 31). The error occurs in your statement that "Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is toying with a run for governor;...
  • Swastika graffiti was a hate crime, not a childish prank

    The vandals who painted swastikas and other hateful signs on the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation remind us that such acts are still a part of this society ("Graffiti of swastikas found in Pikesville," July 24). Some contend these acts are isolated...