As director of the newly-formed Help 4 Homeowners Community Foundation, Arbutus native Joe Liggett plans to offer credit counseling, mortgage modification assistance, real estate consulting and financial educational tutoring at no charge to residents of Arbutus, Catonsville, Lansdowne and Elkridge.
Two of the four men charged with first-degree murder and other charges in the December 2011 killing of 19-year-old Rodney Pridget outside Towson Town Center mall were found guilty of all charges on Wednesday.
Suburban Maryland has the fifth tightest market in the nation for finished vacant lots in terms of monthly supply — the number of months that the supply of lots will last with the current level of demand, according to Metrostudy, a housing research firm.
Maryland State Police officers hope they can break truck drivers' habit of going through Port Deposit by stepping up enforcement and pushing for better signage on Route 222 and 276, the main roads going into town.
It's this Sunday, Sept. 9. Congratulations to all my readers who happen to be grandparents! Remember yours. Sept. 11, Tuesday, is Patriot Day and the National Day of Remembrance. Celebrate First Fridays in downtown Havre de Grace today (Friday), 5 to 9 p.m. sponsored by Havre de Grace Main Street
By RON BROWNING and 410-939-6562; fax 410-939-1833
When the Bel Air Police Department's four newest police cruisers go on the street later this month, they'll not only be a different make and model from the older cars in the fleet, they'll also sport a new paint scheme.
Drivers and trucking industry representatives said that as truck traffic has increased and federal rules limit truckers' driving hours, lack of truck parking has become a persistent national problem, but particularly in the Northeast. Land for new stops in this part of the country is scarce, and residents often oppose truck stops in their neighborhoods.
Organizers managed to put together the second running of the Grand Prix of Baltimore in about 90 days, but the event must run smoothly enough to convince Baltimore business owners and fans that is worth the trouble.
The first round of gleaming race cars will roar through downtown streets early Friday, marking the start of the second annual three day open wheel racing festival – and a victory for city officials and organizers who struggled to resurrect the event after last year's financial flop.
Michael Andretti, wearing his promoter's hat, stopped for a chat in the Baltimore Convention Center on Thursday afternoon. The IndyCar owner, who has taken on the job of organizing the Grand Prix of Baltimore this weekend through his company Andretti Sports Marketing, looked relaxed.
Preparations are under way for Harford County Public Library's 8th Annual Gala, "Once Upon a Time: An Evening in the Stacks." The highly-anticipated event will be held Saturday, Nov. 3 from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Abingdon library on Tollgate Road