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  • Finksburg man enters plea for theft, resisting arrest

    Finksburg man enters plea for theft, resisting arrest
    A Finksburg man was sentenced to serve 18 months in jail Wednesday for shoplifting and resisting arrest last year. Steven Joseph Davis, 29, of the 2000 block of Old Westminster Pike, pleaded not guilty but agreed not to challenge the state's version...
  • Man to serve 3 weekends for driving on suspended license

    Man to serve 3 weekends for driving on suspended license
    A Westminster man who served no jail time for his role in a 2013 fatal crash will serve three weekends in the Carroll County Detention Center for driving on a suspended license. Christopher Trinity Hill, 22, of the 600 block of Spring Meadow Drive,...
  • Oil spill closes section of Md. 140

    Police shut down a section of Md. 140 in Westminster because of an oil spill caused by a farm truck, a trooper from the Maryland State Police Westminster Barrack said. An eastbound section of the road from Sullivan Road to Englar Road was temporarily...
  • Police announce DUI checkpoint for weekend

    Police announce DUI checkpoint for weekend
    Police in Carroll County will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at an undisclosed location Friday to promote awareness and reduce impaired drivers on the road. The time and location of the checkpoint are not being disclosed, unlike past checkpoints. Cpl....
  • Fatal collision on Rt. 32

    Fatal collision on Rt. 32
    An Eldersburg man has died and two others were injured when a 2005 Nissan Altima and a 2001 Ford Ranger collided Sunday afternoon on Maryland Route 32 (Sykesville Road) north of Lakeland Drive Finksburg. According to Maryland State Police at the...
  • Four injured in accident involving state trooper in Harford

    Four injured in accident involving state trooper in Harford
    A Maryland State Police patrol car collided with another vehicle in Harford County Sunday, injuring four people, police said. The trooper was responding to a call with lights and sirens activated shortly after 4 p.m. when the patrol car collided with...
  • Route 50 accident sends 4, including state police officer, to shock trauma

    Route 50 accident sends 4, including state police officer, to shock trauma
    Four people, one of them a Maryland State Police officer, were flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center after an accident along Route 50 around 4:45 p.m. Saturday. None of them, however, suffered serious injuries. State police said the...
  • Our say: Delay on police barrack a disappointment

    Our say: Delay on police barrack a disappointment
    The recent General Assembly session turned out well for Annapolis. There was a $2 million appropriation for Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, which will go toward that facility's five-year renovation plan. There was $250,000 for renovation of the James...
  • Man sentenced to 10 years in cocaine distribution scheme

    A Baltimore man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for plotting to sell cocaine after 9 pounds of the drug was found in a truck he was driving. Thirty-four-year-old Lamont George Thomas was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Baltimore. He had...
  • In defense of Baltimore's mayor

    In defense of Baltimore's mayor
    A great debate is going on in Baltimore right now. Was the mayor right to call the people rioting Monday night "thugs?" ("The problem with 'thugs,'" April 29.) I really feel sorry for the people who've lined up against the mayor in this case. I would...
  • Mount Airy passes FY16 budget

    Mount Airy passes FY16 budget
    The Town of Mount Airy has completed its Fiscal Year 2016 budget, with the mayor and Town Council voting unanimously to adopt it Monday night following a hearing which drew no negative comments. The town's FY16 budget is $4,191,545, down from $4,571,701...