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  • Taylor's huge day sends Hopewell past York 29-13

    HOPEWELL -- Tabyus Taylor accounted for 480 yards and four touchdowns as Hopewell ousted York from the 3A East playoffs' first round, 29-13. Taylor passed for 301 yards and rushed for 179 more. Hopewell (6-5) led 16-13 after three quarters, but Taylor...
  • Police asking public to help identify suspect in Subway robbery

    Police asking public to help identify suspect in Subway robbery
    Baltimore police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man suspected of robbing a Subway in the 4600 block of West Northern Parkway around 8 a.m. on Nov. 10. The man in surveillance photos is black with a beard and moustache, wearing a black...
  • Transportation leaders say future depends on continued investment

    Transportation leaders say future depends on continued investment
    Leaders of Maryland's transportation industry said Monday that the state's future depends on continued infrastructure investment, beyond the $4.4 billion already scheduled for highway and mass transit systems in the next six years. Such investment...
  • Traffic: Accident on southbound lanes at Harbor Tunnel cleared

    Traffic: Accident on southbound lanes at Harbor Tunnel cleared
    At 9:30 a.m. the Maryland Department of Transportation is reporting that the accident involving three vehicles on I-895 south at the Harbor Tunnel has been cleared, but officials are warning commuters to use caution, and expect delays until the backup...
  • Amtrak train breaks down, disrupting evening commute

    Amtrak train breaks down, disrupting evening commute
    The locomotive pulling an Amtrak train came off its tracks in the Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel in downtown Baltimore Monday, shutting down all local train activity on the Penn Line and disrupting the evening commute. Train 97 was carrying 158 passengers...
  • $1 Patent Ignited Creation Of Green-Technology Firm

    $1 Patent Ignited Creation Of Green-Technology Firm
    BOLTON — The most promising new green technology company in Connecticut — as judged by the Connecticut Technology Council back in 2011 — bought the patent for its product for $1. Several years ago, Doug Rode, now managing partner of...
  • Matters of real importance: Gifts, seating

    "That's the best present anyone's ever gotten,'' Broward Commissioner Lois Wexler said this morning as the outgoing mayor, Kristin Jacobs, reveled in the set of knives and the personalized chef's coat she was given by incoming Mayor Barbara Sharief....
  • Founder of U.K. Exhib Chain Cineworld to Step Down

    LONDON -- Steve Wiener, the chief exec and founder of the U.K. movie theater chain Cineworld, is to step down. Wiener, who has been in the film biz for 44 years, will exit in March after 18 years with Cineworld to "enjoy the fruits of his success."...
  • Fort Lauderdale trains for 'active shooter'

    Fort Lauderdale trains for 'active shooter'
    City of Fort Lauderdale employees are being trained this week by two police detectives in how to handle an active shooter. It's a first for the city, city spokesman Chaz Adams said. "With the rise in active shooter incidents across the country,'' said...
  • The Valley Line: Muse/ique celebrates women in jazz

    The Valley Line: Muse/ique celebrates women in jazz
    This past weekend I felt like autumn was trying very hard — at last — to get a foothold in our community. Last Saturday heavy gray clouds hung overhead and a brisk breeze sent fallen leaves playing tag down the street. Basically, I'm just...
  • River Hill's Sheridan Street on another state title, heading to Syracuse

    River Hill's Sheridan Street on another state title, heading to Syracuse
    During the school year, Varsity Letters will periodically ask student-athletes from various sports to step in as guest bloggers. They will share their personal thoughts during pivotal stretches of a given season. This week's guest is River Hill senior...