Man charged with theft of building materials

December 10, 1993

A Baltimore man was charged with theft after police said they searched his home and found building supplies that had been stolen from a Harmans company.

Detectives said they searched a house in the 5000 block of Kramme Ave. and another in the 400 block of Longwood Ave. in Glen Burnie Wednesday and found 15 doors and other building materials valued at $3,500.

They arrested Frank E. Knight, 29, of the Kramme Avenue address.

Car rear-ends bus on Defense Highway

County police charged a 16-year-old Gambrills girl with failing to stop for a school bus after the car she was driving rear-ended a bus that had stopped to pick up a child Wednesday morning.

According to police, the bus was heading west on Defense Highway about 8:22 a.m. when the driver stopped in the 1900 block with its warning lights flashing and stop sign out on the side of the bus.

The girl's car slammed into the rear of the bus, causing heavy damage but no injuries, police said.

Archbishop Spalding awarded blue ribbon

Archbishop Spalding High School is to receive a blue ribbon today -- the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. Department of Education.

The national honor is given to schools that demonstrate innovative approaches to education. The school will celebrate receiving the award at an invitation-only reception at 10:30 a.m. today.

Archbishop Spalding High was among 10 schools in Maryland to receive the honor. It was the only Blue Ribbon school designated in Anne Arundel County.

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