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  • Tuesday evening storms drenched parts of central Maryland

    Tuesday evening storms drenched parts of central Maryland
    The line of strong thunderstorms that stretched from Virginia to Boston on Tuesday night drenched some parts of central Maryland, but added little to the region's official rain tally at BWI Marshall Airport. The heaviest rainfall was to the northwest...
  • Anne Arundel Co. budget adopted by council at $1.2 billion

    The Anne Arundel County Council approved a $1.2 billion annual operating budget Wednesday for the fiscal year that begins July 1. The budget, adopted 6-1, ends furloughs for county employees but does not include raises. For property owners, it creates...
  • Elected Anne Arundel student board member to spend summer honing leadership skills

    Elected Anne Arundel student board member to spend summer honing leadership skills
    Old Mill High School junior Nick Lefavor was elected several months ago as the next student member of the Anne Arundel County school board. And though he says he's familiar with the issues affecting county students, he's taking a couple of summer programs...
  • Harford County library won't stock 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and sequels

    Harford County library won't stock 'Fifty Shades of Grey' and sequels
    Three of the most popular books in America are being kept off the shelves of the Harford County Public Library system because administrators consider them to be pornographic. British author E.L. James' erotic trilogy about a steamy affair between an...
  • Maryland slots oversight inadequate, state auditors find

    Maryland slots oversight inadequate, state auditors find
    The Maryland State Lottery failed to collect tens of thousands of dollars from manufacturers who did not promptly fix inoperable slot machines, state auditors found in their first review of the agency since the start of the state's slots program in 2010....
  • Democrats denounce GOP petition drive

    After Maryland Republicans appeared to have cleared the first hurdle in their challenge to Maryland's new congressional district map, the state Democratic chairwoman said the party will "consider all options" to fight the GOP effort to challenge the...
  • Fallston shaken in storm's aftermath

    Fallston shaken in storm's aftermath
    The rain had begun to fall harder, so Anthony Sadleo figured he'd stop and see his buddy Keith Matthews in Matthews' small auto-detailing shop off Belair Road. Why plunge into rush-hour traffic before the weather cleared? Matthews was laughing when the...
  • O'Malley reports Hollywood income, vehicle and student debt

    O'Malley reports Hollywood income, vehicle and student debt
    A review of financial disclosure statements sheds light on how Annapolis lawmakers make their money and whom they are indebted to — at least for the sort of debt that's marked in accounting ledgers. Gov. Martin O'Malleyreports that in addition to...
  • Nine tornadoes tear through Maryland

    Nine tornadoes tear through Maryland
    At least nine tornadoes ripped through Maryland on Friday during a 41/2-hour period, the National Weather Service said Sunday. Tornadoes touched down in six counties — including one that left a four-mile path of destruction in Carroll County,...
  • Severna Park Boy Scout troop to celebrate 50th anniversary

    Severna Park Boy Scout troop to celebrate 50th anniversary
    In a little less than a week, members of Severna Park's Boy Scout Troop 450 will meet men who stood in their shoes decades ago as they celebrate their group's 50th anniversary. The troop, chartered in 1962 at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic...
  • Teen pleads in Glen Burnie pizzeria killing; another stands trial

    What was to have been the start of a trial for two of four youths charged in a fatally botched robbery of a pizzeria in Glen Burnie took a detour Monday, as one teenager abruptly entered a plea to second-degree murder. Charles Sequan Butler, 19, of...