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  • Was 'The Wire' just another obstacle standing in the way of the city?

    Was 'The Wire' just another obstacle standing in the way of the city?
    Watching Baltimore try to brand itself over the past 20 years would be high melodrama if you didn’t actually live here. And we’re getting a reminder of that this week as HBO Home Video releases a 20-disc box set of the complete “The...
  • Eldersburg Royal Farms robbed for second time in 8 days

    Eldersburg Royal Farms robbed for second time in 8 days
    Maryland State Police troopers are investigating the second robbery of Eldersburg's Royal Farms in a little over a week. Troopers received an alarm call from the security company for Royal Farms at about 3 a.m. Monday and responded to the scene, where...
  • Baltimore man enters plea for possession of drugs, is released

    Baltimore man enters plea for possession of drugs, is released
    A Baltimore man was released on time served after being convicted of illegal possession of prescription medications. Carrington Joshua Sturgis, 24, pleaded not guilty but agreed not to challenge the state's version of the facts to one count of...
  • St. Mary's County man charged in Carroll with illegally possessing guns

    St. Mary's County man charged in Carroll with illegally possessing guns
    A St. Mary's County man has been charged in Carroll with multiple counts of illegal possession of guns for allegedly having eight rifles and shotguns despite a felony conviction on his record. Ronald Lee Hutchens Jr., 43, is charged with eight counts...
  • Police investigating Eldersburg robbery

    Police investigating Eldersburg robbery
    Maryland State Police troopers are investigating a robbery that occurred at the Royal Farms in Eldersburg early Monday morning. It is not believed at this time that a gun was involved, according to Trooper James Cooper of the Maryland State Police...
  • Man to enter plea in marijuana growing case

    Man to enter plea in marijuana growing case
    A Taneytown man accused of growing more than 1,200 marijuana plants on his property and in a nearby cornfield is scheduled to enter a plea Monday. Charles Russell Uhler, 60, of the 4400 block of Francis Scott Key Highway, is charged with manufacturing a...
  • One person killed in fatal accident on Route 50

    One person killed in fatal accident on Route 50
    A man was killed Sunday afternoon when the pickup truck he was driving from westbound Route 50 to northbound Interstate 97 left the roadway, struck a tree and caught fire, Anne Arundel County fire officials said. The owner of the vehicle, who police...
  • Digital communication improves safety and service in Carroll

    Digital communication improves safety and service in Carroll
    On May 20, analog radio police scanners across Carroll County went silent. But not for long at Ben's Rental in Westminster. Having heard of the impending transition from analog to digital technology the county had been planning for the past decade,...
  • 1 dead after car wreck in Anne Arundel County

    Maryland State Police say one person was killed in a car wreck on the ramp from Route 50 West to Interstate 97 North in Anne Arundel County. Police say the wreck, which involved just one vehicle with a single occupant inside, occurred at around 3 p.m. on...
  • Letter: Mount Airy needs to set spending priorities

    Editor: Mount Airy mayor Pat Rockinberg recently wrote defending his advocacy for a community center in response to a fellow citizen who questioned the urgency of that the mayor has shown regarding the proposed center. I, too, have questions regarding...
  • Wantz to serve on Shock Trauma center board

    Wantz to serve on Shock Trauma center board
    Commissioner Stephen Wantz, R-District 1, has been named as a member of the Board of Visitors for the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. Wantz, who served for 40 years as a volunteer...