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Reba Ann Hause was the guest of honor at a bridal shower Sunday. Held at the home of her mother, Cheryl Whited, and given by her matron of honor, Ashley Barton, sister of the bride, and her bridesmaids, sister Chrissie Grove, cousin Amy Donoho, niece...
At a recent supper party in the foothills West Virginia's Eastern Panhandle, a fisherman had just returned from Kent Narrows with a bushel of Maryland Blue Crabs. The crabs, rest their souls, made wonderful emissaries. The light conversation that...
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The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed Maryland to resume the collection of DNA samples after arrests for violent crimes, an indication that the justices might decide the issue that has divided lower courts and pitted tough-on-crime state officials against...
Tags: DNA, Laws, Baltimore County, Judges, Justice System
A Maryland appeals court has overturned the murder conviction of an Eastern Shore man because of flawed jury instructions. James Edward Ballard, of Pocomoke City, was convicted of second-degree-murder in the September 2010 fatal stabbing of Russell...
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Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Ashley Marie Shupe, 24, of the 800 block of Bel Air Avenue, was arrested on a bench warrant Thursday in a case in which she was charged with two counts of drug paraphernalia...
Tags: Harford County, Dundalk, Robin Hood, Port Deposit, Colchester
Here we are less than six months away from the "fiscal cliff" and Congress shows little sign of pulling the country back from the brink. The fiscal cliff is the result of the Bush-era tax cuts expiring at year's end combined with $1.2 trillion in...
Tags: Medicare, Business, Timonium, Mitt Romney, Taxation
Maryland National Guard Sgt. Darren Lebowitz is leaving soon for Afghanistan as many U.S. troops return home. Lebowitz, who has served three tours in Iraq, volunteered for the mission. "I'm a glutton for punishment," he said as he trained Tuesday at...
It was so hot on Friday that the high temperature of 103 degrees at BWI Marshall Airport would have set a record on any other June day. But even though it didn't technically surpass the official high mark for Baltimore, it did break records. The record...
Maryland's DNA law, which allows police to take samples of suspects' genetic material for possible matches to other crimes, will be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court next year, the justices announced Friday. The law, a signature crime-fighting...
Tags: DNA, Laws, Human Mishaps, American Civil Liberties Union, Judges
Thornton F. Green, a retired IRS tax specialist and World War II veteran, died June 29 of pancreatic cancer at his Annapolis home. He was 91. Mr. Green, the son of government workers, was born in Wellsboro, Pa., and raised in Riverdale. After graduating...
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