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  • Arming teachers won't solve anything

    Arming teachers won't solve anything
    If a killer with an assault rifle would be deterred from attacking a school by a teacher with a pistol, he or she would simply attack a hospital, a church, a sports rally, a political meeting, a bus, etc. ("Gun advocates detail plan to arm teachers,"...
  • Five things to do this weekend

    Five things to do this weekend
    There's three days of national celebration on Saturday, and not a Hallmark card for any of them. The warm days are fleeting. Let's make the most of them. Here's five things to do this weekend that don't take a lot of coin. 1.) Dig for shark's teeth and...
  • Roundup of MSA results by county

    Anne Arundel In Anne Arundel County, more elementary schools did not meet adequate yearly progress targets this year than last year. Overall, 67 of Anne Arundel's 78 elementary schools made the yearly progress targets, down from 72 last year. Seven of...
  • Grand marshal a big deal for Catonsville man

    Grand marshal a big deal for Catonsville man
    Seven days after George Deal was born in 1947, Catonsville held its first Fourth of July parade. So it seems only fitting that the Catonsville Fourth of July Committee would select him to serve as grand marshal of the parade 65 years later. As grand...
  • Police aren't the ones to blame for crime

    Blaming the police for crime is like blaming firefighters for fires ("Sun lets Baltimore police off the hook for failures," July 10). The police cannot arrest people before a crime is committed. Arresting probable criminals or those who look suspicious...
  • Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet

    Chris Mason-Hale is back on his feet
    In May, Chris Mason-Hale posted a photo on his Facebook page of himself standing during a break from therapy at the International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Looking all of his 6 feet 4 with arms crossed and head...
  • Man charged with fatally stabbing girlfriend's son with 'sword-type weapon'

    Baltimore County police have charged a 54-year-old Randallstown man with first-degree murder, alleging he stabbed his girlfriend's son to death Sunday night with a "sword-type weapon." James Thomas Haywood, 54, of the 3800 block of Pikeswood Drive in...
  • Raymond A. Meseroll Sr., Loyola campus officer

    Raymond A. Meseroll Sr., a former Loyola University Maryland campus police officer who had an Internet radio station, died Sunday of complications from heart disease at Howard County General Hospital. The Ellicott City resident was 51. Born in Chevy...
  • Arbutus woman takes plea deal in 2008 stabbing murder

    An Arbutus woman who won an appeal to a 2009 jury decision finding her guilty of first-degree murder for the stabbing death of an Arbutus man in 2008 has taken a plea deal in her reopened case to a lesser charge of second-degree murder. Under what is...
  • Police: Undercover officers bust Xanax dealers at light rail stop

    Anne Arundel County police said Wednesday they've charged five people after investigating alleged drug dealing at the Cromwell Light Rail Station in Glen Burnie. Detectives performed a two-day undercover investigation last week at the station along...
  • Joyce K. Melonas, chef

    Joyce K. Melonas, chef
    Joyce K. Melonas, who was the cook at a downtown waterfront diner that she owned and operated with her husband, died Wednesday of Alzheimer's disease at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium She was 92. The daughter of Greek immigrants, Joyce Karas was...
  • City Hall considers selling 15 historic landmarks

    City Hall considers selling 15 historic landmarks
    City Hall is considering selling or leasing 15 historic Baltimore landmarks, including the iconic Shot Tower and stately War Memorial building, which officials believe are underused and could bring the city sorely needed cash. The idea has excited...