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  • Only criminals acquire guns easily

    Only criminals acquire guns easily
    The belly laugh of the past week came from Sen. Nathaniel J. McFadden's comment, "You can get a gun quicker than an apple or an orange in my community" ("Senate OKs bill to curb firearms," March 1). He should have added "if you are one of our neighborhood...
  • Cyclists should pay their fair share

    Cyclists should pay their fair share
    As I travel on local roads I often see cyclists or biking clubs out for a spin. They pay nothing for the right to use the roads, yet we car owners pay a gasoline tax and a license fee for the privilege, and the more we drive the more we pay. Isn't it time...
  • Woman killed in domestic dispute at Garrison home

    A woman was found killed and two small children located unharmed in Garrison late Tuesday when a Baltimore County Police tactical unit forced its way into a home following a call about a possible domestic dispute. Katie Hadel, 33, had been stabbed...
  • Reduction in assessments meaningful for buyers and sellers in Catonsville and Arbutus

    Reassessment notices have been going out to homeowners in Group 1, those in western Baltimore County, since late December. In almost every case, the reassessment is lower than it was three years ago, according to Owen Charles, deputy director of the State...
  • Reisterstown: Chamber reorganizes, Brian Ditto leaves executive director position

    At the close of 2012, the Reisterstown-Owings Mills-Glyndon Chamber of Commerce announced its plans to reorganize and restructure in an effort to "seek new directions and revitalize the organization." As such, the executive committee plans to take a...
  • Grassroots effort to restore Reisterstown Community Cemetery begins

    Grassroots effort to restore Reisterstown Community Cemetery begins
    Chris Larkins remembers his mother checking on the cemetery. She'd visit the graves of family members buried there. "Over the years, she would notice how rundown it was becoming, how the grass wasn't being cut," said Larkins, a fifth-generation...
  • Harry Ratrie Jr., highway industry businessman

    Harry Ratrie Jr., highway industry businessman
    Harry Ratrie Jr., a World War II and Korean War veteran who became a leading businessman in Maryland's highway construction industry, died Dec. 8 of a heart attack at a hospital in Naples, Fla. The longtime Baltimore County resident, who moved to Florida...
  • Man, 27, killed in Owings Mills crash

    A 27-year-old Reisterstown man was killed after being ejected from his vehicle in a car accident in Owings Mills early Sunday morning, according to Baltimore County police. Christopher Klinefelter, of the first block of Bosley Lane, was traveling...
  • Owings Mills woman killed in three-car crash in Finksburg

    A 32-year-old Owings Mills woman was killed in a three-car collision on Route 140 in Finksburg on Tuesday afternoon, according to Maryland State Police. Ruchita Pandya was pronounced dead on the scene near the border of Baltimore and Carroll counties,...
  • Baltimore County police find body in Reisterstown woods

    Baltimore County police find body in Reisterstown woods
    Baltimore County police have discovered a man's body in a wooded area near where the remains of a human hand were found several days earlier, police said. Detectives, with the help of volunteers, located the unidentified body around 11:30 a.m....
  • Use of unloaded guns in Baltimore Police training drill under investigation

    Baltimore police are investigating a training drill where officers used their unloaded service weapons, a violation of new safety protocols put into place three months ago following the accidental shooting of a trainee. No one was hurt during the drill....
  • 'Rain tax' is free money for Maryland pols

    'Rain tax' is free money for Maryland pols
    As soon as I heard about the "rain tax," I knew politicians in this state wouldn't be able to keep their hands off this revenue windfall ("Faceoff over city water fee plan," May 6). I will be very much surprised if any of it actually goes toward...