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  • Snow etiquette: If you don't pull your weight you're out of the good citizens club [Letter]

    Snow etiquette: If you don't pull your weight you're out of the good citizens club [Letter]
    Unfortunately, not everyone lives in a friendly and honest neighborhood. I have lived in Columbia, Ellicott City, Catonsville, Arbutus and Westminster, and I would never frown upon people who shoveled the snow in their parking space and marked it ("The...
  • Traffic: All lanes reopened on MD 170 in Linthicum

    Traffic: All lanes reopened on MD 170 in Linthicum
    All lanes have been reopened in MD 170 at Andover Road in Linthicum on Wednesday morning after the clearing of an accident with injury that had shut down the roadway in both directions, according to the state Department of Transportation. A single-...
  • Catonsville resident retires after 44 years as a nurse

    FOCUS ON PEOPLE Longtime Catonsville resident Helen Trump retired Dec. 31 from St. Agnes Hospital, after devoting more than 44 years as a nurse in the hospital's Coronary Care/Intensive Care Unit, except for a 12-month assignment in the operating room....
  • Catonsville businessman considers community in plans for Candle Light site [Letter]

    Kudos, once again, to Craig Witzke. I moved to Baltimore, 27 years ago, to start a distribution/construction business. By accident, I ended up living in Catonsville; it was the town at the end of I-70. I never regretted that decision. It is a...
  • Mitchell K. Alexander, McDaniel director

    Mitchell K. Alexander, McDaniel director
    Mitchell K. "Mitch" Alexander, director of events services at McDaniel College who earlier had been student activities director, died Feb. 19 at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 56. "We do not have a cause of death and the results of an autopsy are pending,"...
  • Charmed by the city [Commentary]

    Charmed by the city [Commentary]
    "The suburbs have no charms to soothe the restless dreams of youth." — Rush, "Subdivisions" You have to live somewhere. For something so obvious, this fact seems to get lost when the discussion turns — as it so often does — to...
  • Traffic: Southbound traffic closed on I-895

    Traffic: Southbound traffic closed on I-895
    All southbound traffic on Interstate 895 in Baltimore City at the Harbor Tunnel has been closed due to an incident at 9:09 a.m. Friday, according to the state Department of Transportation. A two-vehicle collision in Baltimore City on Interstate 95...
  • Employees and consumers will pay for hike in minimum wage [Letter]

    After reading the typical one-sided, liberal argument for minimum wage increase ("Economy flourishes when wages go up," Catonsville Times, Feb. 26), I cannot resist commenting. The writer uses the usual point of social injustice because those earning...
  • No. 5 New Town boys basketball dominates in Class 1A North quarterfinal

    No. 5 New Town boys basketball dominates in Class 1A North quarterfinal
    The No. 5 New Town boys basketball team made a bold opening statement in its Class 1A North sectional quarterfinal Friday night. The Titans, led by Malik Jones with a game-high 19 points, handled Academy for College and Career Exploration, 91-36....
  • Juvenile advocates say policy to mandate adult charges has failed

    Juvenile advocates say policy to mandate adult charges has failed
    Like many teenagers charged as adults, Morgan Lane Arnold is fighting to have her case sent to juvenile court, where penalties are more lenient and focused on rehabilitation. The 15-year-old — charged along with her boyfriend in the May 2013...
  • Computers, Internet force more students to spend snow days on school work

    Computers, Internet force more students to spend snow days on school work
    When some kids hear the hallowed words "snow day" in advance of Monday's storm, they'll grab their coats and sleds and head outdoors. But Maryvale Preparatory School senior Elizabeth Piet, like a growing number of students across the Baltimore region,...
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  • Obama taps John Bryson for Commerce secretary, highlighting green energy initiatives at Edison

    Obama taps John Bryson for Commerce secretary, highlighting green energy initiatives at Edison
    President Obama on Tuesday nominated former Edison International Chairman and Chief Executive John E. Bryson to be Commerce Secretary, tapping an environmental lawyer-turned-corporate executive in hopes of reaching out to a business community that has...
  • CEOs discuss how California can be fixed

     
    How do we “fix California?” Better education, stronger intellectual-property laws and streamlined development processes. Those were some of the solutions batted about this morning at the Milken Institute State of the State Conference, where financier-...
  • Edison International announces management changes

     
    Edison International, parent of Southern California Edison, announced the appointment of new leaders at its two main subsidiaries, Southern California Edison and Edison Mission Group. Edison said in a statement that Ronald L. Litzinger, 51, who has led...
  • CalPERS seeks shareholder changes at Apple

     
    The California Public Employees' Retirement System, a fund with a long history of corporate-governance activism, is claiming significant success with a nearly year-old initiative to pressure companies in which it invests to elect directors only with...
  • More sun power for Southern California Edison

     
    Southern California Edison has signed contracts with two firms for the construction and operation of seven solar power plants in the state, including one that the utility said would be among the largest single solar photovoltaic installations in the U.S.....
  • Commerce Secretary nominee John Bryson gets backing of the Business Roundtable

     
    John Bryson, the former Southern California utility executive nominated to be Commerce Secretary, has received the backing of the Business Roundtable, a key boost from a major industry group heading into his Senate confirmation hearing. "John Bryson's...
  • Obama declines to criticize NLRB for Boeing ruling but says companies should be free to relocate factories within the U.S.

     
    President Obama said Wednesday that companies should be free to relocate factories anywhere in the country as long as they follow the law. But he declined to criticize a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling that alleged Boeing Co. opened......
  • Oklahoma senator blocks Commerce secretary nomination

     
    Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) on Tuesday blocked the nomination of John Bryson to be Commerce Secretary, saying the environmental views of the former Edison International executive were too radical. Inhofe, a leading critic of global warming, said he was...
  • Details of Edison rampage emerge as gunman's wife offers sympathy

     
    The wife of the man who opened fire in a Southern California Edison building Friday released a statement Sunday morning expressing condolences to the victims' families....
  • Gunman targeted victims in Edison shooting rampage

     
    The gunman who shot four people -- two of them fatally -- before killing himself at a Southern California Edison office Friday appeared to target specific victims, a witness said. The unidentified man, an Edison employee, began shooting after 1:30......
  • 'American Idol' producer Nigel Lythgoe joins Music Center board

     
    Nigel Lythgoe, the uber reality-TV producer who was instrumental in launching Fox's "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance," is joining the board of directors of the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles, the organization announced Friday....