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  • Body found near Owings Mills shopping center identified

    The body found early Sunday on the median near a Giant Food store in Owings Mills was identified Tuesday as Charles George Gamber III, said Det. Cathy Batton, a Baltimore County police spokeswoman. The 29-year-old's body was found about 8 a.m. in the...
  • Daisy Alverda "Bert" Booth, delegate from Baltimore County, dies

    Daisy Alverda "Bert" Booth, delegate from Baltimore County, dies
    Daisy Alverda "Bert" Booth, who was elected to the House of Delegates from Baltimore County and was known for her strong advocacy of civil rights, died July 2 of a stroke at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The former Chestnut Ridge resident was 85....
  • More than 30 Baltimore police officers charged, suspended in towing scheme

    More than 30 Baltimore police officers charged, suspended in towing scheme
    Seventeen Baltimore police officers were charged Wednesday — and more than a dozen others suspended — in an extortion scheme in which officers are accused of receiving thousands of dollars in kickbacks for steering accident victims to a towing...
  • Hannah More Gigamajig Raises $75,000 for the School

    Hannah More Gigamajig Raises $75,000 for the School
    Hannah More School's Gigamajig gala was held May 13 at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Hunt Valley. The event, which featured a cocktail hour, student performance, gourmet dinner, and special entertainment as well as live and silent auctions, attracted 275...
  • Owings Mills Times Head of the Class

    Jennifer Frank, of Reisterstown, daughter of Timothy and Jamie Frank, and a graduate of Garrison Forest School, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Bucknell University. Stephen Wilkes, a 13-year-old eighth-grade student at...
  • Minnick and Dixon given soft treatment by prosecutors

    The recent articles concerning Sheila Dixon ("Dixon at work behind the scenes," July 13) and Del. Joseph J. "Sonny" Minnick ("4 charged in tavern gambling raid," July 15 ) show how prosecutors deal with politicians accused of crimes. Ms. Dixon was...
  • Reisterstown synagogue facility to be sold

    Leaders of a Reisterstown synagogue facing foreclosure said Tuesday that they had reached an agreement with lender Susquehanna Bank to allow the sale of the building on Cockeys Mill Road. "We were able to achieve the goal of allowing the congregation...
  • Vote 'no' to Md. tax increase

    If the state budget that is to be voted on this week in Annapolis is so important, then why did Gov.Martin O'Malley have the General Assembly spend the first half of the regular legislative session debating and then voting on the same-sex marriage...
  • 'Dysfunctional' doesn't begin to describe Md.'s governor, legislature

    Our governor and the legislative leadership have given new meaning to the word "dysfunctional" as a description of the state's legislative process. The ineptitude that was exhibited during the 90-day legislative session and the dishonest dialogue coming...
  • Finksburg man faces animal cruelty charges for running over kitten

    Finksburg man faces animal cruelty charges for running over kitten
    Michael Almony of Finksburg faces more than three years in jail and a $6,000 fine for throwing a kitten on the ground and running over it several times in his Ford pickup truck, police said. Baltimore County police arrested Almony, 59, of the 3300...
  • Artificial heart sustains Reisterstown man to successful heart transplant

    Artificial heart sustains Reisterstown man to successful heart transplant
    A fist-sized contraption of plastic and metal kept 63-year-old Grant Feusner alive for five weeks earlier this year, pumping blood from his chest to his brain, kidneys and muscles. Doctors had removed most of Feusner's heart, ballooned with disease and...