MANASSAS, Va. — A Connecticut man who police believe is responsible for a series of sexual assaults along the East Coast over more than a decade was arraigned Wednesday in Virginia on charges of raping two teenage trick-or-treaters in 2009. ...Read More »
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A Connecticut judge on Monday agreed to send a man suspected in rapes along the East Coast to Virginia, where he faces more charges and a longer sentence if convicted. New Haven Superior Court Judge Roland ...Read More »
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Connecticut prosecutors will try to send a man suspected in rape cases along the East Coast to face trial first in Virginia, where a prosecutor asked for him to be extradited to answer for “heinous crimes.” ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Amtrak has announced it is extending free wireless internet to about a dozen East Coast routes, including the Northeast Regional trains running from Boston to Virginia Beach. The Wi-Fi service known as Amtrak Connect has already been available ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Stocks rose sharply after fears that Tropical Storm Irene would cause widespread catastrophic damage subsided along with the storm. The Dow Jones industrial average gained 220 points in afternoon trading Monday. Irene raked the East Coast and ...Read More »
When Catalina Constantin got the order to leave Ocean City, she told her mother back in Bucharest, Romania, that she and a friend were leaving the beach town to go sightseeing. “We know we’re safe but they may not believe ...Read More »
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Maryland endured an earthquake this week, and is getting ready for a hurricane. And all just days before the city of Baltimore is set to host its inaugural Grand Prix. See what stories made the top 5 this week. 1. ...
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Hundreds of thousands of airline passengers will be grounded this weekend as Hurricane Irene sweeps up the East Coast, past some of the nation’s busiest airports. JetBlue Airways said Friday it was scrubbing about 880 flights between Saturday and Monday, ...Read More »
DUNDALK — Containers and cars are continuing to come off ships at the Port of Baltimore, but shippers are taking precautions as Hurricane Irene approaches. Extra lines are holding ships to the docks and shippers are working with the Coast ...Read More »