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  • On matters of prayer, what happened to 'live and let live'? [Letter]

    On matters of prayer, what happened to 'live and let live'? [Letter]
    Letter writer Brad Schwartz writes that no one is prevented from praying "outside the courthouse" and asks "how is that suppressing [an individual's] right to free speech?" ("Prayer -- even by a citizen -- shouldn't be allowed at Carroll meetings,"...
  • Delegate's aide acts shamefully in implicating phantom 'black man' [Letter]

    I found your recent story about the fight between an aide to Del. Mary-Dulany James and his brother both alarming and painful ("After claiming he was assaulted by 'a black man,' aide to Harford legislator James, brother charged in Annapolis fight,"...
  • Edward D. Hewitt, Sun editor

    Edward D. Hewitt, Sun editor
    Edward D. Hewitt, a longtime Evening Sun and Baltimore Sun editor who was an inveterate runner and hiker, died Sunday of an apparent heart attack as he was about to ascend Mount Rogers in Independence, Va. The longtime Parkville resident was 70. "Ed was...
  • Dancers from Egan School in Rodgers Forge to perform in St. Patrick's Parade

    "Hop. One, two, three, four. Back. One, two, three, four." In the basement at St. Pius X Catholic Church at 6428 York Road in Rodgers Forge, 12 girls and one boy practiced Irish dance for Baltimore's upcoming St. Patrick's Day parade. "What do you...
  • Wes Brown can do no wrong? [Letter]

    Wes Brown can do no wrong? [Letter]
    After all the smoke cleared, the police department did not have reasonable cause to stop University of Maryland running back Wes Brown or search his on-campus housing ("Loaded gun, bullets and drug paraphernalia found in Wes Brown's room," March 12)....
  • Maryland lost 9,800 jobs in January, Labor Department says

    Maryland lost 9,800 jobs in January, Labor Department says
    Maryland's employment base shrank by nearly 10,000 jobs in January and grew at a much weaker pace last year than originally estimated, the federal government said Monday. The state had about 23,000 more jobs in December than a year earlier, down from the...
  • Traffic: Southbound traffic lanes reopened on MD 147

    Traffic: Southbound traffic lanes reopened on MD 147
    All southbound traffic lanes have been reopened on MD 147 in Parkville, which was earlier closed due to a utility problem at Interstate 695 at 7:13 a.m. on Monday, according to the state Department of Transportation. The southbound right shoulder remains...
  • The Rev. Gerald Hynes, served in Parkville parish

    The Rev. Gerald Hynes, served in Parkville parish
    The Rev. Gerald Hynes, a Passionist priest who served in a Parkville parish for nearly 30 years, died of a stroke April 16 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 90. Born in Baltimore and raised on Old Frederick Road in Irvington, he was the son...
  • Kamenetz to host community session with communities along Pulaski highway

    Kamenetz to host community session with communities along Pulaski highway
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will hold a “Coffee with Kevin” community forum on Friday, April 25, in Rosedale as part of an ongoing effort to interact with county residents and community leaders. The latest event will be for the...
  • Shots fired in Abingdon [Harford Police blotter]

    Shots fired in Abingdon [Harford Police blotter]
    Maryland State Police and Harford Sheriff's Office report: Aberdeen A burglary was reported in the 1200 block of South Philadelphia Boulevard Wednesday. Aberdeen police report: Amanda Jean Pugh, 25, of the 1000 block of Old Philadelphia Road,...
  • Villa Cresta STEM winners go onto to county contest [Loch Raven]

    Ever wonder which room in the house has the most dust? Anthony Zverev did. So he used dust distribution as the subject of his recent STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) project. Triggered on by his own bout of sneezing and coughing...