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  • Col. Jesse D. Mitchell Jr., World War II fighter pilot

    Col. Jesse D. Mitchell Jr., World War II fighter pilot
    Col. Jesse D. Mitchell Jr., a World War II P-51 Mustang combat fighter pilot who later commanded the Maryland National Guard's 175th Tactical Fighter Group, died Friday of cancer at the Charlestown Retirement Community. He was 90. The son of Jesse D....
  • Laurel Council votes to join new regional transportation agency

    Laurel Council votes to join new regional transportation agency
    The Laurel City Council approved an ordinance this week that makes the city part of the new Regional Transit Agency aimed at replacing nonprofit Central Maryland Regional Transit. The council voted unanimously to join the new agency, spearheaded by...
  • Police identify Mass. man stabbed to death in Fells Point marina

    Police identify Mass. man stabbed to death in Fells Point marina
    A 31-year-old Massachusetts man was fatally stabbed early Thursday at a marina in Fells Point, according to police and a city councilman. Police said a suspect, a 43-year-old Odenton man, was in custody. Police identified the victim as Osher Perez and...
  • Families displaced following Odenton apartment fire

    Families displaced following Odenton apartment fire
    A Friday morning fire has displaced some residents at an Odenton apartment complex. At around 10 a.m., fire and smoke were seen coming from a third floor garden apartment unit at the Seven Oaks community in the 2100 block of Peaceful Way, according to...
  • Man stopped by federal agents at MARC station after snapping photos

    Man stopped by federal agents at MARC station after snapping photos
    A man taking a series of photographs on a MARC train in Odenton on Tuesday morning was briefly detained by federal agents after raising concerns among fellow passengers. The man, who has not been identified, turned out to be a self-described "train...
  • After fire, Odenton apartments burglarized

    After fire, Odenton apartments burglarized
    Anne Arundel County police say 11 apartments in an Odenton building — which had been condemned following a serious fire on March 7 — were burglarized this week. Property managers and residents discovered the burglaries in the complex on...
  • Foley, new Fort Meade commander, braces for more cuts

    Foley, new Fort Meade commander, braces for more cuts
    Col. Brian Foley has taken command of Fort Meade at a challenging time for the U.S. military. With the end of the war in Iraq in 2011 and the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan next year, growth in defense spending was already expected to taper. Then...
  • Cell towers at schools ignite debate in Arundel

    Cell towers at schools ignite debate in Arundel
    For a school system in an era of bare-bones budgets, building cellphone towers on school properties can mean easy money. But for some parents, the towers pose health and safety risks for their children. Anne Arundel County is the latest to become locked...
  • Odenton man pleads guilty to money laundering

    Odenton man pleads guilty to money laundering
    An Odenton man pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to laundering money in a scheme involving stolen waste vegetable oil. Anthony Jean-Claude, 40, admitted in a plea agreement that he operated a scheme involving waste vegetable oil, which can be...
  • 911 tip leads to arrests in Arundel copper theft

    911 tip leads to arrests in Arundel copper theft
    A tip from a 911 caller led Anne Arundel County police to arrest four people accused of cutting copper wire from a utility pole and causing an overnight power outage to 1,800 BGE customers in Odenton. The tipster called 911 early Friday morning and...
  • Runners raise money to help injured Maryland state trooper

    Runners raise money to help injured Maryland state trooper
    Hundreds of people donned sneakers on a crisp, sunny Sunday morning to show their support for a Maryland state trooper critically injured on the job last month. The crowd gathered at the Maryland State Police Academy in Sykesville for the "5K for JK,"...