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Queen Anne (Talbot, Maryland)

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  • Police say divers will search part of bay for missing Stevensville woman

    Police say divers will search part of bay for missing Stevensville woman
    Maryland State Police and sheriff's deputies in Queen Anne's County are investigating what they call the "suspicious disappearance" of a woman who they say has been missing for two days, and a dive team will search part of the Chesapeake Bay today....
  • Werner Fornos

    Werner Fornos
    Werner H. Fornos, who fled post-World War II Germany as a teen and became an advocate for global population control after serving in the Maryland House of Delegates, died of diabetic complications Jan. 16 at his home in Basye, Va. The former...
  • Thursday traffic slowed by accidents on snowy, wet roads

    Thursday traffic slowed by accidents on snowy, wet roads
    Snow covered, wet roads were causing significant traffic delays on Thursday morning, as accidents were reported across the Baltimore region. On northbound Interstate 95 just north of the Fort McHenry Tunnel toll plaza, the two right lanes and the right-...
  • Carroll County adopts English as official language

    Carroll County adopts English as official language
    After nearly 45 minutes of often impassioned comment from those supporting or opposing a measure to make English the official language of Carroll County, the Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously Thursday to enact the bill. The ordinance...
  • Prosecutors challenge defense subpoenas in Leopold case

    Prosecutors in the coming criminal trial of Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold are asking that a judge throw out two defense subpoenas, saying one is for confidential information and the other for "inadmissible, irrelevant evidence." The...
  • Eileen H. 'Pat' van Breemen, 88, worked to help children with learning disabilities

    Eileen H. 'Pat' van Breemen, 88, worked to help children with learning disabilities
    Eileen H. "Pat" van Breemen, an advocate for children suffering from learning disabilities and a Wicomico County political activist, died Tuesday, from multiple organ failures, at her Salisbury home. She had recently celebrated her 88th birthday. The...
  • 34 wanted immigrants arrested in Annapolis, on Eastern Shore

    Thirty-four immigrants who had been convicted of crimes and were wanted by law enforcement agencies were arrested this week in Annapolis and on Maryland's Eastern Shore in a two-day "targeted enforcement operation" involving federal immigration officials....
  • Commissioners get earful on 'official English' proposal

    Residents of Carroll County filled the public hearing room at the County Office Building on Dec. 11 to voice opposition, support or in some cases indignation over the county's proposal to render English as the official language of the county. "It's...
  • Parent honored for involvement after Perry Hall shooting

    Parent honored for involvement after Perry Hall shooting
    A Baltimore County parent who stepped in to bring warmth and cheer back to the high school that had a chilling cafeteria shooting was recognized Friday during the state's annual Parent Involvement Matters awards. The Maryland State Department of...
  • Roads, bridges, transit projects announced with gas tax hike

    Roads, bridges, transit projects announced with gas tax hike
    The gas tax increase Gov. Martin O'Malley signed into law Thursday will pay for weekend MARC service between Baltimore and D.C., roads and bridges throughout the state and construction on the Red and Purple lines to begin as soon as 2015. The first...
  • With traffic growing, state begins another study of Bay Bridge capacity

    With traffic growing, state begins another study of Bay Bridge capacity
    Another summer, another agonizing season of Bay Bridge traffic. Admired, cursed and studied, Maryland's sole Chesapeake Bay crossing is being eyeballed again as state engineers try to determine how many years remain in its girders and suspension...
  • Catonsville's Manley to be special guest for college fundraising roast

    Catonsville's Manley to be special guest for college fundraising roast
    The Community College of Baltimore County will roast one of college'sĀ pioneersĀ during a special event 6-9 p.m., Saturday, May 4, in the Q Lounge on the school's Catonsville campus, 800 S. Rolling Road. Catonsville resident Jack Manley, one of the...