- Sara Alacote, 37, and Ismael Quintanilla, 41, immigrants from Peru and El Salvador, were killed Saturday when a neighbor barged into their Woodlawn home and started shooting.
- Sally Harris, retired chair of what is now Stevenson University’s Communication Arts Division and a pioneer in the school’s drama department, has died at 93.
- A family that was harassed and threatened by a neighbor for years in their Woodlawn community is shaken after that neighbor, Everton Brown, shot four people, killing three, before being shot to death by police Saturday.
- Baltimore County Public Library will host Sonia Manzano, who defined the role of Maria on the television series Sesame Street, on Zoom, Tuesday, May 11 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
- Del. Pat Young announced he will run to represent southwestern Baltimore County on the County Council next year, giving up a bid for reelection to his state seat.
- Saturday morning in the Baltimore County suburb of Woodlawn, a man shot and killed three of his neighbors, injuring one more, police say.
- Sagar Ghimire, 24, who was killed outside his home in Woodlawn by a neighbor with a history of mental health problems, was a recent graduate of Claflin University who had just moved to the area.
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- Neighbors said Everton Brown had a history of small disputes with members of his Woodlawn community. The 56-year-old’s years of erratic behavior devolved into deadly violence early Saturday morning, however, when he killed three neighbors and was fatally shot by police after an explosion collapsed his Parkview Crossing town house and an attached house, officials said.
- Four people died and one was injured in a shooting and explosion Saturday in a townhouse neighborhood in Woodlawn, including the alleged gunman, whom Baltimore County police said they killed.
- Gov. Larry Hogan on Saturday granted posthumous pardons to 34 Maryland lynching victims, moved by a request from students at Loch Raven Technical Academy.
- The Rev. James R. Crowder, a retired Episcopal clergyman and former senior associate at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, has died at 87.
- U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes' bill would provide for automatic voter registration and expand early voting and voting by mail.
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- The 36th annual Fallen Heroes Day returned this year at Dulaney Valley Memorial in Timonium, in a traditional in-person ceremony, honoring those who lost their lives in the line of duty.
- Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old Black boy lynched in 1885 outside the old Towson jailhouse, will be memorialized Saturday with a marker and ceremony to dignify his memory. The marker is part of a partnership between The Maryland Lynching Memorial Project and Equal Justice Initiative.
- After decades of failed attempts, state lawmakers passed a bill this year that would eliminate the song “Maryland, My Maryland” from the list of official symbols of the state.
- County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. will forgo a run for governor to seek another term in his Baltimore County seat.
- An Annapolis police detective who moonlights at a Walmart in Baltimore County was charged with stealing five TVs and more than 60 other items from the business.