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Carroll County students reaped rewards for their educational excellence with the following degrees, honors and awards: Hannah Sterling of Mount Airy recently earned a bachelor's degree from Wells College in Aurora, N.Y. She majored in biological and...
Tags: Smithfield, Biology, Culture, Human Interest, Students
Baltimore County Councilman Kenneth Oliver wants his colleagues to reject a proposal to allow a retail development anchored by a Wegmans supermarket at the former Solo Cup plant site in Owings Mills. Oliver represents a district near the site and said...
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...
Tags: Prisons, Catonsville, Punishment
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...
A 22-year-old Baltimore County woman was locked for nearly nine months inside a Reisterstown apartment bathroom, where she was beaten and starved. On Tuesday, she sat quietly in the corner of a courtroom and listened as her captors were sentenced....
Tags: Fractured Rib, Prisons, Injuries and Wounds, Trials, Health
As a former resident of Reisterstown for many years and now a resident of Pikesville, I am very excited at the prospect of Foundry Row and the Owings Mills Mall revitalization and Metro Centre coming to our area. It has been many years since I have been...
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Richard Warren Brown, 35, of the 300 block of Edmund Street, was charged Wednesday with negligent driving, driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence...
A Reisterstown financial advisor was sentenced Friday to four years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for mail fraud in connection with defrauding clients, including a child suffering from cerebral palsy, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's...
Tags: Prisons, Corporate Crime, Finance, Corporate Crime, Fraud
A Reisterstown financial advisor pleaded guilty in federal court in Baltimore on Wednesday to mail fraud in connection with the theft of more than $800,000 from accounts he managed for a child suffering from cerebral palsy and for an elderly client with...
Tags: Crimes, Corporate Crime, Harbor, Real Estate Buyers, Health
A federal grand jury indicted a Baltimore financial adviser Tuesday for mail fraud in an alleged scheme to defraud vulnerable clients including an 85-year-old with dementia of more than $838,500, according to the U.S. attorney for the District of...
Tags: Crimes, Harbor, Corporate Crime, Health, Elections
A second woman has been charged in the bleach and Pine-Sol fight that temporarily shut down a Baltimore County Walmart in the fall. A Baltimore County grand jury has indicted Ebony Odoms, 27, of Reisterstown, on charges of first-degree assault,...
Tags: Health, Walmart, Justice System, Justice System, Lawyers
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...
Tags: Foreclosures, Religion and Belief, Judaism
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