In the General Assembly: Group of Baltimoreans, led by ACORN, demand tougher anti-lead-paint law at House committee meeting. And Harford County residents demand tougher clean-groundwater laws at, I think, the same House Environmental Matters Committee meeting. Same committee to hold live where you work legislation hearing today. Harford delegate introduces anti-Segway bill. Legislators push ehanol bill.
Raven Ray Lewis opens new restaurant, Ray's Full Moon Bar-B-Que, in Canton's Can Company. Remember Atlantic? Same space.
Speaking of restaurants, city not doing so well on the eatery-inspection front. Or maybe it is (or at least better than it was).
Towson University student raped at "Ghetto-mont". (Sun story.)
And Annapolis man charged with raping 89-year-old woman during V-Day blackout.
UMd hikes student fees, shuts Diamondback reporters out of meeting. Also from the D-back, police and students disagree about what happened Saturday night.
Homeland security money for Baltimore-area synagogues: Good or bad?
Baltimore Urban Area Workgroup spends $400,000 on decontamination vehicle for Carroll County.
Could have Baltimore implications: CSX sues Washington, D.C., to regain right to transport hazardous materials through city (turns out they were doing it anyway).
University of Southern California scientist arrested for allegedly molesting a Maryland boy 20 years ago.
Dundalkians hoping for redevelopment. Turner Station residents, too.