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Aug 30, 2012

A night on the water with the DNR Police

Maryland boaters often pair a day on the waves with a cold beer, whether they’re charging through the water on a speedboat or quietly floating with a fishing line below the surface.

Jul 12, 2012

Speed cameras stopped from going online

TOWSON — Baltimore County police are ready to activate more speed cameras near schools, but technical issues have gotten in the way. Starting Thursday, four more speed cameras were to be activated. They are at Loch Raven Academy on Goucher Boulevard; Seven Oaks Elementary in Perry Hall; Bais Yaakov in Owings Mills, and Winands Elementary in […]

Jun 20, 2012

Stop hogging the left lane!

This is for all those slow-poke drivers who hog the left lane – the passing lane – by driving at less than the posted speed limit. The Delaware Senate has unanimously, and without debate, passed a bill prohibiting slow-moving vehicles from remaining in the left lane and impeding traffic on Delaware highways. First-time offenders can […]

Mar 28, 2011

Singing the Bluebook blues

As an English literature major, someone who wants to be reincarnated as Bryan Garner, and a kid who spent recess in with the teacher (not because I was in trouble, but because it was safer), I have a soft spot for the The Bluebook. For the non-lawyers among you, The Bluebook is the primary citation […]

Feb 17, 2011

Maryland black caucus backs bill easing marijuana law

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus has voted to endorse legislation that would decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. The caucus voted Thursday to endorse the measure sponsored by Delegate Curt Anderson, D-Baltimore. Anderson says the bill is needed because African-American youths are disproportionately arrested and convicted for marijuana use. Under the bill,[...]

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