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  • Thousands of Maryland drivers get only days' notice to renew registration

    Thousands of Maryland drivers get only days' notice to renew registration
    When Jim Maguire returned to his Pikesville home recently after a week out of town, he found a reminder from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration to renew the registration on his car waiting in the pile of mail. "I was just going to set it aside and...
  • 12-year-old killed by falling tree identified as Pikesville Middle student

    12-year-old killed by falling tree identified as Pikesville Middle student
    The 12-year-old boy killed by a falling tree during a thunderstorm in Carroll County July 8 has been identified as a Pikesville Middle School student named Justin Diggs. In a statement provided to media outlets, family members described Diggs as an...
  • Coffee Companion (6/25): Orioles comeback falls short

    Coffee Companion (6/25): Orioles comeback falls short
    I had a pretty frustrating hockey game last night but couldn't get through my cage to bite anyone. I'm not really sure I would have, anyway. This is the Coffee Companion, where we recap the local sports headlines from yesterday. - The Orioles couldn&...
  • New vegan, vegetarian restaurant option in Catonsville

    New vegan, vegetarian restaurant option in Catonsville
    If all goes as planned, two vegetarian chefs will be offering healthy, meatless cuisine to residents from their Catonsville storefront on Frederick Road starting next week. Enzo Fikru, 29, of Catonsville, and business partner Sarah "Katie" Dunn, 35,...
  • Two Balto. Co. councilmen lose seats in primary

    Two Balto. Co. councilmen lose seats in primary
    Two Baltimore County councilwomen survived primary challenges Tuesday while two other incumbents lost their seats. Four of the council's seven members faced opposition in a primary election that had light voter turnout across the region. Councilman Todd...
  • Perhaps men should apologize more [Letter]

    I initially felt "way to go" when I read Susan Reimer's column about women apologizing ("What are women apologizing for?" June 23). However, with deeper contemplation I began to wonder if women apologize more because they are more polite. That they care...
  • Manny Machado unveils his salsa line, professes his love for the tasty snack

    Manny Machado unveils his salsa line, professes his love for the tasty snack
    Orioles third baseman Manny Machado grew up eating chips and salsa. He enjoys the delicious combination at family gatherings, tailgate parties and just when he wants a snack during his off days. Tuesday afternoon, Machado unveiled his own line of...
  • Man stabbed with box cutter before body disposed of in Baltimore

    Man stabbed with box cutter before body disposed of in Baltimore
    A Halethorpe man was stabbed several times with a box cutter inside his home before his body was disposed of in the stairwell of a vacant home in Baltimore a day later, according to charging documents. Baltimore County Police on Saturday charged three...
  • Brian M. Reiser, carpenter

    Brian M. Reiser, carpenter
    Brian M. Reiser, a self-employed carpenter and an outdoorsman, was found dead Friday in a vacant Baltimore home. The Halethorpe resident was 47. Baltimore County police said Saturday that Mr. Reiser had been killed June 14 in his home. County police...
  • With Hobby Lobby decision, extremist views are now mainstream [Letter]

    With Hobby Lobby decision, extremist views are now mainstream [Letter]
    About 25 years ago, when I was a Republican, there were many responsible Republicans in Maryland whom I admired. This was about the time people with more extreme views were beginning to get involved in the party. They actually thought there was no such...
  • Storms, Arthur disrupt Fourth of July preparations, but weather expected to clear

    Storms, Arthur disrupt Fourth of July preparations, but weather expected to clear
    It was either Fourth of July fireworks or nature's own pyrotechnics. For the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Country Club and the towns of Mount Airy and Manchester, Thursday's threat of lightning, hail and heavy downpours was enough to...
  • Consignment couture in Baltimore

    Consignment couture in Baltimore
    In a city starved for luxury flagship retail stores, consignment shops are the closest thing fashionistas have to getting the same haute couture looks worn by the world's rich and famous. Although the fashions might not always be current, they are...