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  • Harford County police blotter: Juveniles break into cars in Abingdon

    Aberdeen Arthur Collin Flanigan, 35, of the first block of County Road, was charged Thursday with driving with an obstructed window view, failing to display a registration card on demand and driving on the highway without required license. Jamierra...
  • Police charge man with homicide in death of North Avenue woman

    Baltimore Police have made an arrest in the death of a woman in the 300 block of E. North Avenue late Friday night. On Sunday afternoon, police said Darren Ruffin, 47, has been arrested and charged with homicide in the incident. Police said they...
  • Elsie M. Hegwood, churchwoman

    Elsie M. Hegwood, churchwoman
    Elsie M. Hegwood, a former elementary school educator and cafeteria manager who was an active member of Govans Presbyterian Church, died Jan. 16 at a daughter's Elizabethtown, Pa., home from complications of a stroke she suffered two years ago. The...
  • Man allegedly stabs wife hours after release on own recognizance

    Man allegedly stabs wife hours after release on own recognizance
    Daren Ruffin had been home from jail for only about a week before he found himself in custody again. The charge was the same: second-degree assault, after his wife told Baltimore police that Ruffin beat her. But instead of spending a month in jail in...
  • 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...
  • Maryland's state sandwich not a simple popularity contest

    Maryland's state sandwich not a simple popularity contest
    If you were choosing an official Maryland sandwich based on popularity, there'd be no contest. The crab cake would beat the soft-shell crab sandwich every time. So, if the General Assembly enacts a bill this session that makes the soft-shell crab...
  • Hopkins closes science writing program, citing low selectivity

    Hopkins closes science writing program, citing low selectivity
    Graduates of the Johns Hopkins University's master's program in science writing have explained the prospects of life on Mars, the promise of neuroscience research and the ethics of animal testing on the pages of Scientific American, Nature and Popular...
  • Aruba, Baltimore, Massachusetts or St. Michaels: Choosing a wedding location

    Aruba, Baltimore, Massachusetts or St. Michaels: Choosing a wedding location
    For a girl who can't make decisions easily, picking a location for your wedding is extremely hard -- especially when you and your fiancé are transplants. I am from Massachusetts, as are most of my family members and friends. Andrew says he's "from the...
  • Three Retrievers named All-America East

    Three Retrievers named All-America East
    Three UMBC women’s players were named to the All-America East conference teams, including defender Jamie Fahey, who was honored for the third straight year. Fahey (Loch Raven) and midfielder Kirsten Bilney (Mount Hebron) made the first team...
  • IRS grants taxpayers afffected by Boston bombings filing extension

    IRS grants taxpayers afffected by Boston bombings filing extension
    The IRS says it will extend the tax deadline for filing and paying taxes to July 15 for Boston area taxpayers and others affected by the bombing on Monday, the tax deadline. This three-month extension will automatically apply to taxpayers living in...
  • What Boston learned from Israel

    What Boston learned from Israel
    As the horror of the bombing in Boston shocked us and filled us with disgust, many people noticed the swiftness and efficiency of the first responders and were astounded ("Acts of humanity," April 17). How did it happen? As reported on the Israel21C...
  • Board approves $285,000 for consultant to tell police how to better run department

    Board approves $285,000 for consultant to tell police how to better run department
    Baltimore's spending panel on Wednesday unanimously approved $285,000 for city police to hire a Massachusetts-based consultant — the highest of five bidders — to recommend how the department should be run. Despite the protests of competing...