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Cecilia C. Bollinger, a homemaker and retired secretary and bookkeeper of a roofing company, died Monday of complications from dementia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lutherville resident was 96. Born Cecilia Curley in Baltimore, she was the...
Tags: Annapolis, Alzheimer's Disease, Charles Street, Towson, Timonium
Baltimore City Police Commissioner Anthony Batts has myriad issues to tackle as we delve deeper into 2013. Some priorities are the open air drug markets on our streets, the vacant housing issue (which has devoured many a city rowhouse), gangs,...
Tags: Anthony W. Batts
The Baltimore City Police are looking for a suspect in a brazen daytime murder witnessed by many, but no one is talking. In keeping with the urban street code where no one speaks for fear of retaliation, De'ontae Smith's murder the day of the Ravens...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Murder
The first caller told Norman Breidenbaugh he had won $2.5 million in a foreign sweepstakes, but there was a catch: Breidenbaugh needed to send $2,000 in fees before collecting his earnings. Other calls followed, promising Breidenbaugh millions more...
email@example.comA Hagerstown Police Department spokesman said Sunday night that investigators were still trying to determine what led to the shooting of two men outside a bar in the West End of Hagerstown early Sunday. Investigators believed the disturbance occurred...
Harford Gymnastics, along with 2,600 other athletes from across the country, competed at the Pink Invitational in Philadelphia, Pa.., Feb. 22 to 24 to support Unite for Her and breast cancer awareness. Harford's Level 7 team shined, taking first place...
I am writing to you to voice my opposition to Gov. Martin O'Malley's extremist gun bill ("O'Malley battling for gun controls," March 22). I oppose it in any and all forms. I was in Annapolis on Feb 6, March 1 and March 5, along with thousands of other...
Tags: Government, Politics, Crime, Law and Justice, Gun Control, Laws
Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon should not re-enter the political world. If not for a particularly egregious lapse of common sense (thieving gift cards intended for less fortunate people), people would very likely remember her in a more positive...
Tags: Sheila Dixon, Kwanzaa, Target, Holidays
A longtime deacon at a Fullerton church was charged Friday with possessing "numerous files of child pornography," Baltimore County police said. William Steven Albaugh, 67, a deacon at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church on Belair Road, was arrested at his...
Harford Community College is pleased to announce those students named to the dean's list for the fall 2012 semester. Students on the list have achieved high academic honor. In qualifying for the dean's list, a student must receive all As and Bs grades and...
In a recent commentary, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. described several examples of what he saw as over-the-top political correctness on college and university campuses ("Campus liberals run amok," Feb. 24). However, one does not need to resort to...
Emma Gorray of Dundalk turns 100 years old on Feb. 23 and will celebrate with her children, Dot and Dick Randall of Edgewood, Carol Reuter of Dundalk and Bob Gorray of Dundalk; her grandchildren, David Randall of Aberdeen, Natalie and Doug Johnson of...
Tags: Perry Hall, Edgewood, Dundalk, Doug Johnson, White Marsh
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