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  • Baltimore County man keeping the promise to remember 9/11

    Baltimore County man keeping the promise to remember 9/11
    Chuck Ritz and his volunteers found the ground rock-hard as they began planting thousands of American flags along Putty Hill Road in Parkville to commemorate the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Last year, the wooden stakes went into the...
  • Man dead after barricade was at center of Md. handgun challenge

    Man dead after barricade was at center of Md. handgun challenge
    The Baltimore County burglar who helped trigger an ongoing constitutional challenge to Maryland's handgun laws shot himself to death, police said, after he assaulted his estranged wife and beat his parents with a pipe. Police found Kris Lee Abbott dead...
  • Elkridge man charged in death of infant daughter

    An Elkridge man faces charges after allegedly shaking his 6-week-old daughter, Aubrey, to death, according to Howard County police.  Aron James Krampf, 26, of the 6200 block of Ducketts Lane, was charged Wednesday evening with first- and second-degree...
  • Guest Column: Making sure that infants sleep safely

    It's a parent's worst nightmare to lose a child. But every five days in Los Angeles County a baby suffocates while sleeping, making bed-sharing and unsafe sleep environments the leading preventable cause of infant death in the county. According to...
  • Review: 'Hawking' expands on scientist's universe

    Review: 'Hawking' expands on scientist's universe
    "Hawking" boasts that it tells its subject's story "in my own words." Indeed, Stephen Finnigan's documentary on the personal life and professional work of English theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking is narrated in his familiar...
  • Boulevard at Box Hill to hold Ravens rally Saturday, welcome new merchants

    Boulevard at Box Hill, off I-95 in Abingdon and serving more than 250,000 residents from Harford and Cecil counties, southern Pennsylvania and northern Baltimore County, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its newest merchants on Saturday, Sept....
  • In Theory: Faith and the decision to fight

    President Barack Obama this month asked Congress to authorize punitive military action in Syria. He made the request in response to the Assad regime's alleged use of chemical weapons near Damascus. Q: How would your faith and/or worldview guide you in...
  • Clarence McKee, president, McKee Communications

    Clarence McKee, president, McKee Communications
    Last week:  We’re outraged and we’re not going to take it. So said Sen. Eleanor Sobel, at her tri-county delegation town hall meeting commenting on the deaths of 20 children in four months under the un-watchful eye of the Department of...
  • Eleanor Sobel, senator, Florida

    Eleanor Sobel, senator, Florida
    Last week: This week we continued to follow the developments in Syria as the U.S. Congress decides whether to approve military strikes. The use of chemical weapons, particularly against innocent civilians is unacceptable. We cannot stand by as...
  • Man who hired homeless to get new iPhones resells them abroad

    Man who hired homeless to get new iPhones resells them abroad
    A man who hired homeless people to stand in line overnight at the Pasadena Apple store for the new iPhone 5s and 5c said he resells the phones at a higher profit overseas. Dozens of people picked up on skid row were left stranded Friday morning after...
  • Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami

    Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami
    Last week: Organized librarians and Miami-Dade citizens convinced the County Commission to stop the ill-advised plan to gut the library system by cutting hours and librarians. Budget crisis averted, but [only] postponed. The fact is libraries are not just...