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No students injured in bus crash on Route 924 in Forest Hill

No students injured in bus crash on Route 924 in Forest Hill

Maryland State Police troopers are on the scene of a multi-vehicle collision involving a school bus on Route 924 near Vale Road. Four students on board the bus are being transferred to another bus to continue their route to school, Harford County Public Schools spokeswoman Jillian Lader said. No...

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Another horse dies at Santa Anita, the 25th since late December

Another horse dies at Santa Anita, the 25th since late December

After six weeks of safe racing and training, Santa Anita had its second horse death in four days when a first-time starter pulled up during a race Sunday and was euthanized Monday. It was the 25th equine death at the Arcadia track since the start of the meet on Dec. 26. Spectacular Music was running...

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  • Seeking compensation for a wrongful conviction and an 'altogether tragic life'

    Seeking compensation for a wrongful conviction and an 'altogether tragic life'

    I look into his face and see everything James Williams tells me, everything his young lawyers describe, everything in the psychiatric evaluations and police reports. I see confirmation of a hard life that started with physical and mental cruelty, moved quickly into drinking and drugs, followed...

  • All said and just about done, Cross Street Market prepares to reopen

    All said and just about done, Cross Street Market prepares to reopen

    Sometimes — check that, many times — I think we do not know what we want, and I mean diehard Baltimoreans, the ones who actually live in the city and plan to stay here until they die or polar bears show up on icebergs in the Inner Harbor, whichever comes first. Consider comments received here about...

  • Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear

    Reverse Baltimore’s population slide: Kick the west side into gear

    One of the most important dates on the Baltimore calendar for 2019 will be July 9. That is when proposals for what used to be known as The Superblock are due at the city’s economic development agency. The plans presented on or before noon of that Tuesday could represent a significant step toward...

  • Wrongly convicted still waiting for compensation for lost years

    Wrongly convicted still waiting for compensation for lost years

    Considering the thousands upon thousands of criminal cases that have been investigated by police throughout Maryland over the last 30 years, and considering the number of criminal defendants who have been prosecuted by assistant state’s attorneys, convicted by juries and sentenced by judges during...

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  • An oasis in a vegan food desert: Taneytown couple promotes healthy eating with pop-up business

    An oasis in a vegan food desert: Taneytown couple promotes healthy eating with pop-up business

    A couple based out of Taneytown are trying to bring a healthier lifestyle to the vegan food desert of Carroll County. Jarett and Vanessa Peltzer, vegans themselves, started their pop-up plant-based food service, Wellness Warriors, on Mother’s Day last year. They currently go wherever their patrons...

  • 13 can't-miss events in Harford County this summer

    13 can't-miss events in Harford County this summer

    Arts, Wine and Jazz Festival AUG. 3 Listen to live jazz performances while indulging in beer, wine and spirits from a number of breweries, distilleries and wineries. Festival benefits the Havre de Grace Colored School Foundation’s effort to convert the building into a cultural center and museum....

  • Baltimore's Tiki Barge is closed this summer

    Baltimore's Tiki Barge is closed this summer

    Sorry, Tiki Barge fans. The floating Inner Harbor club that once had a swimming pool will not be opening this summer, owner Dan Naor said. Naor declined to give a reason for the closure, or to say whether the bar would reopen next summer. Tiki Barge Bmore LLC is listed as not in good standing in...

  • 'Game of Thrones' finale recap: 5 thoughts on that satisfying (sort of) ending

    'Game of Thrones' finale recap: 5 thoughts on that satisfying (sort of) ending

    Well, that was… satisfying intellectually, I guess, sort of. But Sunday’s big series finale of “Game of Thrones,” which saw -- spoiler alert -- all manners of justice meted out, at the tip of a dagger and in an exile, didn’t exactly stick the landing. Yes, Jon Snow performing the necessary assassination...

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