Charles Leo Coyle, a retired advertising executive for the Hecht Co. and the News American who was a World War II dive bomber, died of kidney disease Sept. 23 at the Hospice House of Williamsburg, Va. He was 88 and had lived in Towson for many years.
Speaking from behind a display of handguns and mug shots of violent offenders, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Monday reiterated a desire to pursue legislation to strengthen penalties for people caught with illegal guns.
Clarence B. "Curly" Garrett, a retired Baltimore Sun photographer whose career spanned four decades, died Saturday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at Homewood at Plum Creek, a Hanover, Pa., retirement community. He was 88.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
To those of us who have lived in close proximity to Aberdeen Proving Ground for any length of time, that such deadly things are present so nearby is hardly shocking. Perhaps that's why only a handful of people turned out this week for a hearing on the military's plans for disposing of such chemicals.
Members of Maryland's seafood industry are fighting a U.S. Department of Labor rule that would require businesses to pay higher wages for temporary guest workers who come to the U.S. each summer to pick crabs and shuck oysters.
Howard County Police say they have charged a 23-year-old man with the 2007 killing of his twin brother. Wael Ali was arrested Thursday in Cobb County, Ga., where he was being held on charges that he killed brother Wasel Ali in August 2007, police said.
A document examiner at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration in Mondawmin Mall was sentenced to two years in federal prison Wednesday for illegally producing identification documents for foreign applicants, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office
The national reshuffling of military bases that has brought thousands of jobs to Maryland hits a key milestone this week: Officially done. But the ripple effects of the process known as BRAC are just getting started.