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  • Hamilton County men arrested in connection with burglary in Fishers

    Hamilton County men arrested in connection with burglary in Fishers
    Two Hamilton County men were arrested and charged with burglary after a neighbor became suspicious and called police. Fishers police said the men were walking behind homes in the Cherry Hill Farms Neighborhood near 116th Street and Allisonville Road on...
  • Fishers Police, residents not relaxing after two burglary suspects are arrested

    Fishers Police, residents not relaxing  after two burglary suspects are arrested
    Two Hamilton County men were arrested for burglary Wednesday. Police believe 33-year-old Joshua Brown and 39-year-old Matthew Cleary are responsible for three burglaries in the area recently, including the one they were reportedly busted for in the...
  • Two women killed in separate incidents in city

    Two women died in separate shootings Thursday in Baltimore. The killings pushed the total of homicides for the year to 165, 11 more than at the same point last year and making it unlikely the city can improve upon last year's 35-year low of 196. Twenty-...
  • Benjamin C. Whitten, city educator

    Benjamin C. Whitten, city educator
    Benjamin C. Whitten, a prominent Baltimore educator and community activist who served as president of the Baltimore Urban League, died Sept. 21 of cancer at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Morgan Park resident was 89. "Ben was a true giant in the...
  • One dead, one wounded in Cherry Hill shooting

    Gunfire in Baltimore's Cherry Hill neighborhood late Monday has left one man dead and another wounded. It's the first fatal shooting in Cherry Hill since December, which has historically been one of the city's most violent neighborhoods and where four...
  • Two brothers shot near Joliet

    Two brothers shot near Joliet
    Will County Sheriff's Police are investigating the early morning shooting of two Joliet brothers, 23 and 21, near the intersection of Washington Street and Cherry Hill Road, just outside the city. Sheriff's spokesman Kathy Hoffmeyer said investigators...
  • Helping veterans to recover with hunting

    Helping veterans to recover with hunting
    There was a time before the three heart attacks, before he was effectively paralyzed in the lower half of his left leg, when Army Spc. Stephen Ramsey wouldn't do much on his Georgia farm other than pick cotton and peanuts, and hunt. Actually, he can...
  • Cherry Hill security guards act as rogue police, suit claims

    More than 20 Cherry Hill residents have filed a $25 million lawsuit against a Cleveland-based security company, claiming the company's officers routinely overstep their authority and abuse citizens' rights. "They act like cowboy-wannabe cops," William H....
  • Baltimore expands virtual supermarket program

    Baltimore expands virtual supermarket program
    Baltimore is expanding a program where people in areas with limited access to healthy foods can order groceries on the Internet and pick up their purchase at a designated place in their neighborhood. The two-year-old Virtual Supermarket Program which...
  • Churchgoers tour city praying against violence

    Churchgoers tour city praying against violence
    In the shadow of the McCulloh Homes, Shirley Bush watched as a crowd of worshipers poured out of cars and buses and gathered in front of Sharp St. Memorial United Methodist Church to pray in defiance of the week's violence, and remembered her own son...
  • Some city schools say final farewells

    Some city schools say final farewells
    While other city high school principals excitedly read off the names of colleges and universities their students will disperse to at the end of the school year, Denise Gordon fanned through a stack of acceptance letters with less enthusiasm. "New Era,...