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  • Richard L. Tomlinson Sr.

    Richard L. Tomlinson Sr.
    Richard L. Tomlinson Sr., a retired photographer who served at the News American and later was a press photographer for two of Maryland's governors, died of complications from heart failure and chronic obstructive respiratory disease Monday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Lutherville resident was 79.
  • Schaefer saw the need for mass transit and acted on it

    Schaefer saw the need for mass transit and acted on it
    Your recent editorial on the proposed Red Line enjoyed the benefits of hindsight but failed to sketch in the historical context of the project ("Derailing Maryland light rail," March 20). As governor, William Donald Schaefer never shied away from the...

    Derailing Maryland light rail

    Derailing Maryland light rail
    With hundreds of millions of dollars already invested in the Red and Purple rail line transit projects, and strong support for them displayed not only by local governments but from business leaders, there is a growing suspicion that Gov. Larry Hogan may...

    Mikulski's political genius

    Mikulski's political genius
    I was at an event featuring the women who had been recently elected to the United States Senate in 1992, bringing the number of female Senators to a grand total of seven. The group was standing on a stage posing for pictures when I heard a voice call...

    Should city school police be armed inside school walls? Board hears from both sides

    Should city school police be armed inside school walls? Board hears from both sides
    Should Baltimore's school police officers be allowed to carry guns in schools? The issue brought several passionate groups together at a public hearing at city school headquarters Tuesday night. But in debating how far the district should go to...