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  • 'Stop-and-frisk' will never pass constitutional muster

    'Stop-and-frisk' will never pass constitutional muster
    In response to Dan Rodricks' recent column on New York's "stop-and-frisk" policing policies, I have one suggestion: Move to North Korea or Iran. Once there, you can eagerly support their lack of constitutional rights ("We want your guns, not your drugs,"...
  • Sykesville's chili and beer festival a true test for taste buds

    Sykesville's chili and beer festival a true test for taste buds
    Before plunging into a sample of chili at the second annual Historic Sykesville Main Street's Chili Cook-off and Beer Festival Sunday afternoon, there are several things to consider, according to Ivy Wells, Historic Main Street economic director. "Taste...
  • Joseph G. 'Bodie' Finnerty Jr., litigator

    Joseph G. 'Bodie' Finnerty Jr., litigator
    Joseph G. "Bodie" Finnerty Jr., a highly regarded trial lawyer who headed DLA Piper's litigation department and oversaw expansion of the firm to Philadelphia and New York City, died Thursday of Alzheimer's disease at Copper Ridge assisted-living...
  • Local events commemorate 9/11

    Local events commemorate 9/11
    The following is a listing of some of the 9/11 commemoration events planned in the greater Baltimore area for Sept. 11, 2013: 8:46 a.m.-noon. Firefighters will toll a Bell of Remembrance at 8:46 a.m. at Baltimore Fire Department Steadman House, Eutaw...
  • Michael L. Malin, worked with autistic children

    Michael L. Malin, worked with autistic children
    Michael Laban Malin, a manager for a Kennedy Krieger Institute program for autistic children who was recalled for his outgoing personality, died of brain cancer Tuesday at his mother's North Baltimore home. He was 34 and lived with his family in Canton....
  • Marriotts Ridge High foundation indulges your apple craving [Marriottsville Sykesville Woodstock]

    Apple pie, apple cake, apple dumplings, applesauce — if it's made out of apples, then Marriotts Ridge High School Music Foundation probably offers it through the organization's annual Fall Apple and Bake Sale. All products come from Baugher's...
  • Sykesville considering sale of Warfield Complex

    Sykesville considering sale of Warfield Complex
    The Town of Sykesville has tried unsuccessfully to find an appropriate redevelopment plan for the 51-acre Warfield Complex off Route 32 since the property was deeded to the town from the state in 2001. Although plans presented to the public Thursday...
  • St. Barnabas Episcopal begins building a new hall [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    St. Barnabas Episcopal Church has good news to share. On All Saint's Sunday, Nov. 3, the Sykesville parish broke ground on a new hall, designed to accommodate growth and better serve the community. Interim Rector Carol Bustard-Burnside kicked off the...
  • Dr. Kathy A. McGovern, cell researcher

    Dr. Kathy A. McGovern, cell researcher
    Kathy A. McGovern, who had conducted cell research and was also an educator, died Dec. 1 of complications from a stroke at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. She was 55. The daughter of John McGovern, a civil engineer, and Gloria "Saunders"...
  • 'First area to be acquired in Howard County Parkland Plan approved' [History Matters]

    50 Years Ago A park is born In a Times article: "The first area to be acquired in the Howard County Parkland Plan, the Bethany area, has been approved by the park board and the commissioners and steps will be soon underway toward purchase. "The...
  • Quick storm brings fresh blanket of snow; mostly slush for city

    Quick storm brings fresh blanket of snow; mostly slush for city
    A fresh blanket of snow fell across the Baltimore area west of Interstate 95 by midday Tuesday, but heavier bands of precipitation that were expected to raise snowfall totals did not materialize. As much as 6 inches fell, reported in Manchester in...
  • Howard school system retirees angry over health care change

    Medicare-eligible retirees in the Howard County Public School System will have a new insurance plan come Jan. 1, but significant concerns have been expressed by some retirees that the plan isn't accepted by their health care providers. For $6.47...