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Anne Arundel County

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  • Judge OKs death penalty trial in prison guard slaying

    The trial of a prisoner charged with killing a state correctional officer will remain a death-penalty case, an Anne Arundel County judge ruled Wednesday, after hearing that the victim's DNA was found on the prisoner's clothing and that witnesses linked...
  • Columbia's Historic Oakland manor house turns 200

    Columbia's Historic Oakland manor house turns 200
    Whether to development or disaster, Howard County has lost many of its impressive early farmhouses and manors. But at least one remnant of the landed gentry has not only survived but found new life by changing from a private home to public use. Historic...
  • Fatal shooting of nightclub owner remains unsolved after 18 years

    On Monday, it will be eight years since people last gathered in the Arnold driveway where a mortally wounded Joanne Valentine was cradled in her husband's arms. For a decade, the annual vigil on the anniversary of her homicide drew Valentine's family and...
  • Traffic: Accident on I-83 north at Mt. Carmel Road

    As of 9:30 a.m. Friday, traffic was slow on I-83 northbound at Mt. Carmel Road, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on Loch Raven Boulevard and Providence Road in Baltimore County; Maryland Avenue at 22nd Street in Baltimore; and Route 3...
  • Baltimore rain record broken

    Heavy rain across Central Maryland Friday caused flooding, road closures and cancellations for the second time this month, and forecasters say there's more on tap through the weekend and into next week. By 6 p.m., the intermittent, but sometimes...
  • Arundel mosquitoes to be sprayed

    Some Severna Park residents will see nighttime mosquito spraying in the coming weeks as state officials try to knock down the West Nile fever threat from local mosquitoes. Department of Agriculture officials said they were responding to reports of two...
  • For Md. slots, another unexpected twist

    For Md. slots, another unexpected twist
    Three years after the voters authorized an expansion of state-sponsored gambling, Maryland finally got what the system was designed to produce: a competition between developers over who would provide the best deal for taxpayers in exchange for a...
  • Pedestrian struck, killed in Glen Burnie

    Anne Arundel County Police said a pedestrian was struck and killed early Sunday morning while trying to cross a road in Glen Burnie. At about 3:29 a.m., county police and fire departments responded to a report of a crash involving a pedestrian in the...
  • Federal spending in Maryland declines

    Federal spending in Maryland dropped by nearly $1.4 billion last year — a setback for a state economy built largely on Washington dollars and a likely omen, analysts say, of further austerity to come. The pullback, which was revealed in census...
  • Police identify pedestrian fatally struck in Glen Burnie

    Anne Arundel County Police have identified a pedestrian who was struck and killed early Sunday morning while trying to cross a road in Glen Burnie. James William King Sr., 45, of no fixed address, was fatally hit on Furnace Branch Road. At about 3:29 a....
  • Former coach faces child porn charges involving student

    A former track coach at Archbishop Spalding High School is facing child pornography charges after Anne Arundel County police said he exchanged sexually explicit photos by cellphone with a 16-year-old student involved with the team. Brian Timothy Funk,...