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  • Young Marylanders honored for community spirit

    Young Marylanders honored for community spirit
    Two years ago, when Sade Miller was in fifth grade at Ridgely Elementary School in Denton, she decided to raise money for the hospice in Caroline County. Instead of holding a bake sale or asking the adults in her life for money, Sade (pronounced Sha-day)...
  • Leopold: Sixth casino would be a breach of faith

    Leopold: Sixth casino would be a breach of faith
    When the General Assembly considered video lottery facility legislation in the special session of 2007, a defined area of Anne Arundel County was included as one of five designated sites. In fact, it was included as the site allocated the greatest...
  • Alleged $1.4 million housing authority fraud began small, indictment says

    In early 2010, officials at Baltimore's public housing agency noticed a few thousand dollars had gone missing — transferred without authorization to the bank account of a man who rented his Northeast Baltimore home to a low-income tenant,...
  • Four indicted in theft from Baltimore Housing Authority

    Four people were indicted for allegedly defrauding the Baltimore Housing Authority out of $1.4 million by transferring funds out of the agency's account through a shell company, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced Monday. Daren Kareem Gadsden,...
  • Outdoor theater: Shakespeare under the stars

    Outdoor theater: Shakespeare under the stars
    Fireflies crisscross a meadow as an audience on lawn chairs and blankets takes in the fast-paced complications of "As You Like It" on the grounds of the Evergreen Museum and Library — a particularly apt setting for the Maryland Shakespeare...
  • Seven Marylanders honored in Memorial Day ceremony

    Seven Marylanders honored in Memorial Day ceremony
    Last year, Aaron Marchanti invited his father to the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens. On Monday, he returned to the event to honor him. Maj. Robert J. Marchanti II, a member of the Maryland National Guard who went to...
  • Columbia resident receives scholarship from Horizon Foundation

    Matthew Madera, of Columbia, has been awarded a scholarship by the Horizon Foundation to attend the Leadership Essentials program of Leadership Howard County. The six-month leadership development program is designed for young professionals who are...
  • Help fill food baskets for families in Prince George's County

    In an effort to provide holiday dinners to needy families in Prince George's County, the Prince George's County Public Safety Assistance Program is collecting donations of canned goods through Dec. 20. County agencies that are participating in the...
  • Three family members guilty of defrauding NSA

    A federal jury on Wednesday convicted William and Donald Turley, father and son respectively, of using the family manufacturing business to bilk the National Security Agency out of nearly $1.5 million, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced. A...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Monday
    WEATHER Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and a high around 46 degrees. It is expected to be mostly clear tonight with a low temperature around 35 degrees. TRAFFIC Here are today's morning traffic issues. FROM LAST NIGHT... Man shot by...
  • Word on the web: TwitterChurch

    Word on the web: TwitterChurch
    There’s a saying that a church is not a building, it’s the people. And Jay Gamble knows where to find the people. The pastor of LifeChange AME Church, based in Slayton House in the Columbia village of Wilde Lake, holds church services on...
  • Storms may have killed off many stink bugs

    Storms may have killed off many stink bugs
    The combined fury of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee may have drowned much of the region's stink bug population, but scientists are still hesitant to say that homeowners will see fewer of them when the weather warms. Scientists say something...