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  • Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs

    Baltimore County cracks down on nuisance road signs
    The signs shout advertisements from the sidewalks: $1 crabs, day care open until midnight, cherry wood furniture and fresh starts after bankruptcy. They cover telephone poles and sprout up in medians, sometimes getting swept away by wind. And they really...
  • Traffic: 4-vehicle accident on Route 100 eastbound

    Traffic: 4-vehicle accident on Route 100 eastbound
    As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, traffic was slow on Route 100 eastbound at I-95, due to an accident involving four vehicles. An accident was slowing traffic on Route 32 westbound near Shaker Road in Howard County. U.S. 1 was closed near Shuresville Road and...
  • Nick James Nopulos, diner owner

    Nick James Nopulos, diner owner
    Nick James Nopulos, former co-owner of Catonsville's venerable Double T Diner, died Saturday of complications from chronic lymphoma and leukemia at Howard County General Hospital. He was 91. The son of a barber and a homemaker who were Greek immigrants,...
  • Construction of water transmission line to impact traffic in northern Catonsville

    The construction of a new two-mile long water main in northern Catonsville set to begin in May will likely cause traffic delays. The $3 million, 18-month project will install 24-inch diameter lines in Powers Lane, Lincoln Woods Drive, Johnnycake Road and...
  • Howard County teen pleads guilty to terrorism plot

    Howard County teen pleads guilty to terrorism plot
    With a full math and science scholarship to the Johns Hopkins University and accolades for his writing, Howard County's Mohammad Hassan Khalid seemed ready to continue the American dream his father embarked on years ago when he brought the family from...
  • Legislature should reverse pit bull ruling

    Given the lack of interest in the Maryland General Assembly regarding pit bulls being labeled as "inherently dangerous," I must speak out in their defense ("Pit bull bill sought for special session," May 8). Perhaps owners of pit bulls should be labeled...
  • Gales family offers reward for leads in year-old homicide

    Gales family offers reward for leads in year-old homicide
    Bernice Gales could count on her son to be waiting at the Baltimore County Metro station after work each night to take her home. But when he was not there to greet her Oct. 19, 2011, she knew something was wrong. "He was never late," she said. She...
  • Traffic: Accident on Church Road near Ritchie Highway

    Traffic: Accident on Church Road near Ritchie Highway
    As of 8:30 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on Church Road near Ritchie Highway, due to an accident. An accident was slowing traffic on Route 198 near Laurel Fort Meade Road in Anne Arundel County. Emergency roadwork was slowing traffic on Route 140...
  • GOP in need of new leadership

    Even spending zillions of dollars, the Republicans could not defeat a president struggling with the national depression ("Re-elected," Nov. 7). Their message of, "trust the rich" is not working. The tea party was a disaster. The elections in 2014 and...
  • Leakin Park site of summer art events

    Since we have big park-related events coming up, I read Timothy Wheeler's recent article on Baltimore's parks with particular interest ("Baltimore's parks ranked 15th in U.S.," May 24). For the second year, Nature Art in the Park is sponsoring the...
  • Gordon Ramsay gives Baldwin's Helene Leeds a white apron

    Gordon Ramsay gives Baldwin's Helene Leeds a white apron
    Five Maryland residents are among the amateur chefs competing for the coveted title of Master Chef and the $250,000 grand prize. Master Chef's two-part season premiere continues tonight at 9 p.m. on FOX. Among the 100 amateur chefs competing in the...
  • Woman sues Baltimore County, state police over husband's death after he was pepper-sprayed, Tasered

    A Baltimore County man suffered a "diabetic attack," causing him to act abnormally when police tried to restrain him and then pepper sprayed and Tasered him, resulting in his death, according to a multimillion-dollar lawsuit brought by his wife against...