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  • Jon Cardin rejects rapper's support after learning of criminal charges

    Jon Cardin rejects rapper's support after learning of criminal charges
    Del. Jon Cardin rejected Thursday the endorsement of a Baltimore-based rapper after learning that the man who calls himself Ski Money is facing charges of human trafficking. Cardin, a candidate for attorney general, said he knew nothing of the rapper'...
  • All-Metro baseball second team

    Jake Bender, Marriotts Ridge, senior, infielder Danny Blair, Gilman, junior, outfielder Tyler Blohm, Archbishop Spalding, sophomore, pitcher Jordan Carr, Archbishop Spalding, junior, pitcher Marty Costes, Archbishop Curley, junior, outfielder...
  • D-Day veterans remember invasion

    D-Day veterans remember invasion
    Seventy years ago this morning, Bill Swanner crawled through hell. It was still dark when the 19-year-old infantryman joined the more than 150,000 Allied soldiers making the secretive passage out of England for Normandy. Dawn was breaking when he...
  • Graduate gets a scare as uninvited serpent drops in on college commencement

    An article in the June 11, 1964, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported an unexpected guest at a graduation ceremony. A three-foot blacksnake nearly broke up the commencement exercises at Catonsville Community College on Sunday, June...
  • State launches investigation into licensure of doctor with rape conviction

    State launches investigation into licensure of doctor with rape conviction
    State health officials launched an investigation Thursday into how Dr. William Dando was allowed to practice medicine in Maryland, given his 1987 rape conviction in Florida, and they suspended his medical license because of a sexual assault indictment...
  • Baltimore County teachers resigning in greater numbers this year

    Baltimore County teachers resigning in greater numbers this year
    After 22 years of teaching in Baltimore County, JoAnne Field says she will be leaving her third-grade classroom this year. She loves the children, has a principal she believes is "wonderful and supportive" and is committed to public education. But...
  • State likely didn't know of Allegany doctor's rape conviction

    State likely didn't know of Allegany doctor's rape conviction
    To become licensed as a nurse, a social worker or even to drive around dead bodies in Maryland, a criminal background check is required. But not to get a doctor's license. Instead, the state Board of Physicians asks would-be doctors to voluntarily...
  • Mindgrub Technologies moves to former Phillips site in Locust Point

    Mindgrub Technologies moves to former Phillips site in Locust Point
    When app developer Mindgrub Technologies outgrew its space for the umpteenth time, CEO Todd Marks did what any good tech entrepreneur would do — he turned to Google. An analysis of his employees' commutes using Google Maps and Google Earth led...
  • Recipe finder | Classic crab imperial

    Patricia Jones of Catonsville was in search of the recipe for the crab imperial that was served at the Garrison Grill, a restaurant located near Walbrook Junction in West Baltimore during the 1950s. No luck tracking down the owner or anyone else who...
  • Catonsville postman accused in theft of 20,000 pieces of mail

    Catonsville postman accused in theft of 20,000 pieces of mail
    Veteran mailman Jeffrey L. Shipley turned his apartment into a repository of pilfered postage, authorities say, as he took letters, magazines, Netflix videos and even a Mother's Day card from the homes on his route. Shipley, who worked at a Postal...
  • Motorcycle memorial honors police officer killed in Catonsville

    Motorcycle memorial honors police officer killed in Catonsville
    Chuck Schneider never worried about his son, Jason, as he led Baltimore County SWAT team raids, because his oldest child "was born to do the job." But even for officers who put in 101 percent, the work can be dangerous. So instead of hanging out with...