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  • Pumpkin on the rebound

    Pumpkin on the rebound
    Pumpkins aren't just for pie anymore. For as long as there has been Thanksgiving, it seems, Americans have clung stubbornly to the notion that pumpkin, unlike its sister squashes, is meant to be served on a crust and under whipped cream. And on only one...
  • False signatures cloud Maryland foreclosure cases

    False signatures cloud Maryland foreclosure cases
    Lawyers at two Maryland firms handling foreclosures filed court documents without actually signing the papers themselves, a development that is calling into question the validity of at least some of the home foreclosure cases in the state. The two...
  • Racetrack crews find temporary relief from closure worries

    Racetrack crews find temporary relief from closure worries
    Frances Kent has made her home for 22 years in one room along the backstretch at Laurel Park. She pays no rent, but also has no private bath or cooking appliances, which are not allowed, so she saves coupons for Arby's roast beef specials and other fast...
  • Driver of car stopped in travel lane killed in I-695 accident

    The driver of a Saturn sedan who had stopped in an eastbound lane of the Baltimore Beltway early Saturday was killed when a Ford pickup truck slammed into the vehicle, according to Maryland State Police. David Wilt, 33, of Pasadena, was pronounced dead...
  • Ravens' Ray Rice hosts anti-bullying forum in Howard County

    Ravens' Ray Rice hosts anti-bullying forum in Howard County
    A ray of hope, and a touch of grace. That's the mantra that the family of Howard County teen Grace McComas hopes will prevail in confronting incidents of bullying. Addressing a group of parents and school leaders Saturday, they said the emerging epidemic...
  • Former teacher sues Anne Arundel school system, claims age discrimination

    A former Anne Arundel County teacher has filed an age-discrimination lawsuit against the school system, contending that she was systematically bypassed for promotion in favor of younger applicants and faced retribution when she complained. Christine...
  • Seven injured in separate car crashes in Anne Arundel Co.

    Police in Anne Arundel County are investigating three separate car accidents Friday and early Saturday in Annapolis, Glen Burnie and Pasadena that left seven people hospitalized, according to authorities. The first occurred on Friday about 5:30 p.m. at...
  • Dead woman found in car near Arundel Mills mall

    Anne Arundel County police are investigating the death of a woman found early Sunday slumped in a car parked near the Anne Arundel Community College satellite building in Hanover, not far from Arundel Mills mall. Fire Department rescue crews responding...
  • Phillips, Capital One warn of layoffs in Baltimore area

    Seafood company Phillips Foods Inc. will be closing its Baltimore manufacturing and distribution facility in July and cutting 100 jobs, about 13 percent of its Maryland workforce. The company warned state regulators of the cuts. A separate layoff warning...
  • Traffic: Accident at Linwood Road and Madison Street

    Traffic: Accident at Linwood Road and Madison Street
    As of 9 a.m. Tuesday, traffic was slow at Linwood Road and Madison Street, due to an accident. Cleanup from an accident was slowing traffic on Washington Boulevard near I-195 in Baltimore County. A disabled vehicle was blocking traffic on U.S. 29...
  • Baltimore, other cities battle federal security funding plan

    Local homeland security officials in Baltimore and across the country are fighting a proposal to change how $2 billion in federal emergency management money is distributed — a change they say would jeopardize regional efforts to respond to terrorist...