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  • Proposed congressional map draws more criticism

    A congressional map drafted by Maryland Democrats drew more opposition Wednesday as Republican leaders offered alternative proposals, the state NAACP requested changes and the O'Malley administration released 600 comments — mostly critical —...
  • Catonsville's power source took turn for worse in 1911

    An article in the June 17, 1911 edition of The Argus reported on a blackout in Catonsville. Catonsville was in darkness for several hours Monday night owing to the water wheel of the Baltimore County Water and Electric Company being broken at its power...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen John Carl Lewis, 30, of the 200 block of Engle Avenue, was charged Wednesday with failure to comply with a peace order, telephone misuse by making repeat calls and harassment...
  • Fire-Rescue Log

    Among the 64 calls for medical and fire-rescue service received by the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department June 19-26 were the following: Kensington Road, 4300 block, 12:16 a.m. June 25. Crews responded to the report of a fire alarm at an Arbutus residence...
  • Franciscan friar arrested in child abuse case

    A 41-year-old friar and former teacher at Baltimore's Archbishop Curley High School was arrested this week in Connecticut and charged with inappropriate conduct with a child, according to police. Michael Miller, a member of the Conventual Franciscan...
  • Weights and measures violations: Naughty Businesses of the Week

    Weights and measures violations: Naughty Businesses of the Week
    For this installment of Naughty Business of the Week, here's a list of the most recent violations posted by the Maryland Department of Agriculture's Weights and Measures program, which regulates not only the sale of food weighed by scales, but also the...
  • Forest Hill child seriously injured in lawn mower accident

    A 5-year-old Forest Hill girl was flown to a Baltimore hospital Monday evening after a lawn mower accident left her with a double foot amputation, a Harford County emergency services spokesman said. The accident occurred at about 6:30 p.m. in the 800...
  • Howard County prostitution sting sees 10 men arrested

    Howard County police have charged 10 men with solicitation of prostitution and disorderly conduct during an operation targeting solicitation activities along the U.S. 1 corridor in Laurel. Women officers in plain clothes worked undercover Friday in...
  • Harford County police blotter

    The Harford County Sheriff's Office and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Richard Eugene Somner, 49, whose address is at the Travelodge in the 800 block of West Bel Air Avenue, was charged Thursday with failing to register as a sex offender with...
  • Outdoor concerts in Catonsville July 26-29

    The summer season is in full swing, as is the series of free weekly outdoor concerts in the Catonsville area. July 26: Westview Park Summer Concert Series continues with the TNT Steel Drum Band. The music from the Caribbean starts at 7 p.m. in...
  • Kinetic Sculpture Race participants show mettle with their pedals

    Kinetic Sculpture Race participants show mettle with their pedals
    Seven Arbutus Middle School students participated in the 14th annual Kinetic Sculpture Race in Baltimore for the first time May 5 and the school is already making plans for a return. Sunday's event kicked off at Federal Hill in Baltimore with a field...
  • Young girl loses feet in mower accident

    It's a parent's worst nightmare. A father from Forest Hill accidentally backed his lawn mower into his five-year-old daughter, severing her feet. The accident happened at about 6:30 p.m. Monday when many in the neighborhood were out doing evening yard...