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  • High school sports polls for April 29, 2014

    High school sports polls for April 29, 2014
    Boys lacrosse ++++++++++++++++++++ || No. School || Record || Prev.  || || 1. Boys' Latin || 13-0 || 1 || || 2. St. Paul's || 9-5 || 3 || || 3. McDonogh || 12-3 || 4 || || 4. St. Mary's || 9-4 || 5 || || 5. Calvert Hall || 11-4 || 6 || || 6....
  • Md. investigates fish kill in harbor

    Md. investigates fish kill in harbor
    If spring is here, dead fish can't be far behind. State officials are investigating a wide-ranging fish kill spotted Monday, stretching from Fells Point in Baltimore harbor out into the Chesapeake Bay. Authorities have yet to pinpoint a cause, though...
  • CVC 12U Canaries take gold medal in regional tournament

    Volleyball The Columbia Volleyball Club (CVC) 12U Canaries placed first out of 12 teams from across Maryland, Virginia and Delaware in the Columbia 12 Invite (Mixed) Tournament on April 27. Losing only one game in competitive pool play, the Canaries...
  • Sewage overflows into Miller Run in Catonsville

    Sewage overflows into Miller Run in Catonsville
    A sewage overflow estimated at 50,000 gallons was released into Miller Run in west Catonsville, and officials have advised people avoid contact with the waste water. Baltimore County's public works department responded to the sanitary sewer overflow...
  • Fish kill over, but mystery continues

    Fish kill over, but mystery continues
    The fish kill affecting Baltimore Harbor and the Patapsco River appears to be over, according to a spokesman for the Maryland Department of the Environment. But state biologists are still unclear why an estimated 7,000 fish turned belly up so early in the...
  • Widespread flooding closes roads, causes landslide in Charles Village

    Widespread flooding closes roads, causes landslide in Charles Village
    A month's worth of rain caused widespread flooding Wednesday, prompting multiple rescues and causing a massive landslide that poured half a dozen cars onto train tracks in Charles Village. More storms were meanwhile possible, with tornado and severe...
  • Man killed in Amtrak accident was struck hours before being found

    Man killed in Amtrak accident was struck hours before being found
    By the time the badly-damaged body of George Thomas McAleer was found near Amtrak train tracks in Rosedale, he'd likely been dead for more than eight hours. McAleer, 26, of the 1100 block of Quantril Way in the Armistead Gardens neighborhood of...
  • Baltimore County educator named National Teacher of the Year

    Baltimore County educator named National Teacher of the Year
    Awake in the middle of the night, Sean McComb couldn't wait to write one of the most important thank-you notes of his career: "Today is a really cool day," it began. "It's cool because you all became the National Students of the Year!" The letter was...
  • Kudos to three Scouts in Troop 1111

    Scouting has a rich tradition in Elkridge, which has been bolstered by Troop 1111 of St. Augustine Church. The troop was formed in 2007 and contains members that have been together in Scouting since their first experiences in a den in their elementary...
  • Let's get Elkridge news out to the readers [Elkridge]

    Hello, friends and neighbors. I am delighted to be able to write for the Elkridge community and I look forward to your news. I have been an enthusiastic journalist and student of our world, beginning with my work as the copy editor of Howard High's...
  • Clock could run out for Westport developers

    Clock could run out for Westport developers
    A U.S. bankruptcy court is scheduled to decide Tuesday whether to grant more time to developer Patrick Turner, who has tried for 10 years to transform the empty Westport waterfront from grassy marsh to a bustling neighborhood. The decision could end...
  • Main Street beckons Valentine's Day celebrators [Mostly Main Street]

    Winter is flying by, and suddenly we're making plans for Valentine's Day. If you are planning to go out to dinner to celebrate, I suggest you make your reservation immediately. Since it is on a Friday this year I think a lot more people will be going...