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Marylou Spires, I feel your frustration regarding the issues you have with pedestrians and the excessive speed of many motorists ("Jaywalking law needs to be enforced, June 19). I see "near misses" every day as a pedestrian and as a motorist. There is...
Tags: Laurel, Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Dog (animal), Travel
The art of Francisco Goya is not something to love or hate. It is something to decipher. The Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale presents "The Caprichos Etchings and Aquatints (1799)," 80 of the artist's cutting edge copper plate prints, in a rational, eye-...
Tags: Arts, Human Rights, Arts and Culture, Politics, Fraud
MEXICO CITY — Former Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo was extradited Friday from his home country to the United States, where he faces long-standing charges that he used U.S. banks to launder millions of dollars in public funds that he...
The University of Maryland says it alerted the state attorney general nearly 25 years ago that the school's head swimming coach had acknowledged sexually abusing a girl at his private club, but he was not charged until last year. Rick Curl, founder of...
The Baltimore SunSeveral unscrupulous companies are circulating materials in the Baltimore area that are aimed at taking advantage of homeowners, according to St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, a Baltimore charity that counsels home buyers and people facing foreclosure....
WALLOON LAKE — As they prepare to open the Barrel Back Restaurant in early June, owner Matt Borisch and chef D.J. Flynn are mindful of ways that the new Walloon Lake dining spot can distinguish itself. Pointing to distinctive menu items,...
Regardless of how most of us feel about individual elected officials or their leanings on particular policies, it's a fair observation that a lot of people get involved with politics because they want to make a difference. Some lose their moral...
A routine trip to tow an illegally parked car ended up with a baby being pepper-sprayed, a false report of shots fired and the tow truck driver arrested on bribery charges. It all began shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday, when Carmel Towing driver Ronald...
Once upon a time, as many fairy tales start, the United States was the prevailing force in Latin America. It had a coherent policy for its southern neighbors, and its opinions mattered to those who governed in the region. Despite President Barack Obama'...
The retired South Whitehall Township police officer accused, along with his wife, of stealing more than $850,000 from the township to support their gambling habit surrendered on Wednesday afternoon. William J. Tonkin IV, who worked as a police officer...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Norm DeBoever describes his six-person go-kart company as a family. The small company in a niche market sells equipment to attractions and facilities that race go-karts. It brought in $3 million a year in its heyday. But partially...
Tags: Trials, Lung Cancer, Theft, Embezzlement, Crime, Law and Justice
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