The Howard County Circuit Court has scrapped its Labor Day weekend move date because of security issues it could not resolve in the new building. The court is temporarily relocating to the county’s Ascend One building in Columbia while renovations ...Read More »
ELLICOTT CITY — Former Baltimore Colts player Art Donovan finally has his 1958 NFL world championship ring back, more than 30 years after it was stolen. Howard County Police said Tuesday they had located the ring and returned it to ...Read More »
A bicyclist who was in a coma for months after being struck by an 83-year-old driver has died. Twenty-year-old Nathan Krasnopoler died Wednesday morning, his family said in a statement. Funeral services are scheduled Friday in Pikesville for the Johns ...Read More »
Robert Lee “Bob” Bell, one of Maryland’s largest car dealers and a familiar presence from local television advertisements, has died. He was 78. According to an announcement from the Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home of Elkridge, Bell died Sunday of ...Read More »
The “Highway to Nowhere,” closed since Sept. 10, reopened this week, to much cheering from those of us who commute into Baltimore from the south and/or west. It seemed that since work started on the Baltimore Grand Prix course (also ...Read More »
As Gov. Martin O'Malley's prepares to travel back to Maryland after 10 days spent drumming up business for the state in Asia, Republican lawmakers are asking for total price tag on the trade mission. "As we are sure you will both agree, in this austere fiscal climate, we must be good stewards of the taxpayer dollar," GOP leaders wrote to Gov. Martin O'Malley and Business and Economic Development Secretary Christian Johansson. The letter was signed by House Minority Leader Anthony J. O'Donnell, R-Calvert and St.Mary's, and the No. 2 Republican in the House, Minority Whip Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio, of the Middle Shore.
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Grim news on the residential home sales front released Tuesday by Standard & Poor’s show a first quarter decline by 4.2 percent in the U.S. National Home Price Index. That means housing values continue to turn downward. The report highlighted ...
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HAGERSTOWN — An Ellicott City man has been ordered back to prison for violating his probation in a double manslaughter case. Thirty-one-year-old Matthew Meyer was sentenced Wednesday in Hagerstown to 3 ½ years with another 3 ½ suspended. The sentence ...Read More »
A longtime aide to William Donald Schaefer is the largest benefactor of the former governor and Baltimore mayor’s will. According to Schaefer’s last will and testament, which was publicly released on Tuesday, Lainy LeBow-Sachs is to receive $500,000, as well ...Read More »
This weekend the weather should be a bit better than last weekend’s, and more suitable for letting the kiddies loose on the lawn for Easter egg hunting. But if you’re looking for a more fun venue this year, the Maryland ...
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