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  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Two arrested for Eldersburg burglary, motor vehicle thefts

    Two arrested for Eldersburg burglary, motor vehicle thefts
    Police have arrested two Baltimore men in connection with motor vehicle thefts and a home burglary in Eldersburg Monday morning after a hit-and-run was reported at the intersection of Routes 26 and 32 , according to a Maryland State Police news release....
  • SHA to hold public meeting Sept. 18 on Route 32 improvements

    The Maryland State Highway Administration will hold a public informational meeting Wednesday, Sept. 18 to explain and receive input on safety improvements along two stretches of Route 32. The affected sections are from Old Frederick Road (MD 99) to...
  • Grape alternatives popular among amateur wine makers

    Grape alternatives popular among amateur wine makers
    Greg Sliviak's basement looks to be part chemistry lab, part kitchen and part moonshine operation. The table in his workshop is lined with huge glass jugs, filled with jewel-colored juice that's slowly fermenting into award-winning wines. While most...
  • Pitch Across Maryland stops in Westminster

    Pitch Across Maryland stops in Westminster
    Jim "Punch" Robinson believes his company, which designs educational games for babies, toddlers, and preschool-aged children, has had relatively small success since its founding in 2003. But on Monday, Robinson was looking for partners through the Pitch...
  • Local fall festivals spotlight the glories of autumn [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]

    Crisp weather, colorful leaves, pumpkins and apples … what's not to love about autumn? Come celebrate the season at one of our community's many fall festivals. On Saturday, Oct. 5, the Howard County Conservancy will host its annual Fall...
  • Health care information sessions scheduled throughout Carroll

    Health care information sessions scheduled throughout Carroll
    Representatives from the Maryland Health Connection will be visiting Carroll County CVS stores and libraries over the next three weeks to discuss health care options for uninsured residents. The Maryland Health Connection, established through the...
  • Partisan redistricting undermines representative democracy [Letter]

    Partisan redistricting undermines representative democracy [Letter]
    I read with interest the recent article "Carroll conservatives clash with Van Hollen" (Nov. 12). I could readily relate to Carroll County Republican Bill Schroeder's statement — "We have nothing in common with Montgomery County — absolutely...
  • Traffic: Collision with injury on MD 100 West in Elkridge

    Traffic: Collision with injury on MD 100 West in Elkridge
    A three-vehicle collision with injury in Elkridge on MD 100 West past U.S. 1 has closed the westbound right traffic lane and westbound right shoulder at 8:47 a.m. on Monday, according to the state Department of Transportation. DOT also reported at around...
  • Young musicians shine at Folly Quarter Middle School [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Andrew Spang, the band director at Folly Quarter Middle School, is proud to announce the selection of several of his student musicians to elite ensembles. Lance Mercy, playing trumpet, Jeffery Read, trombone, and Sam LeDoux, on bass, were chosen to...
  • Carroll students' art heading to Comptroller's office

    Carroll students' art heading to Comptroller's office
    Westminster High School Senior Chris Scott's distorted portrait project from art class this year will be hanging in Comptroller Peter Franchot's Annapolis office for the next two months, but if the comptroller has his way, he may end up owning Scott's...