City/county Digest


Baltimore & Region

November 06, 2005

Anne Arundel: Glen Burnie

Police find man dead after shooting

Police said they were treating as a homicide the death of a Severna Park man who was found in a house in the 8000 block of Crainmont Drive in Glen Burnie after officers were called to investigate a shooting. Police identified the victim as Michel Leo Rousseaux, 28. Police would not release the cause of death pending an autopsy. Police said the man went to the residence and argued with the homeowner. Shots were fired, and Rousseaux was found dead. Police said a suspect has been identified.

Baltimore County: Special education

Schools to hold staffing-plan forums

The Baltimore County school system will hold community forums tomorrow on its special-education staffing plan for the next school year. The meetings are to be held from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Lutherville Laboratory School, 1700 York Road; Dogwood Elementary School, 7215 Dogwood Road, Woodlawn; and Essex Elementary School, 100 Mace Ave. Written testimony can be sent to staffing, or to Staffing Plan, Office of Special Education, 6901 Charles St., Towson 21204. Information: 410-887-3660.

Middle River

Women will discuss life during WWII

Four women who manufactured airplanes during World War II will speak tomorrow at the monthly lecture held by the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum in Middle River. They will talk about working at Glenn L. Martin Co. and life at home during the war. The free program will be held at 7 p.m. the Lockheed Martin Auditorium, 2323 Eastern Blvd. A photo identification is required.

Baltimore: Enoch Pratt

Meetings slated on library plans

Meetings are planned for the public to make suggestions about the Enoch Pratt Free Library system's strategic plan for 2006-2009. The three remaining meetings are scheduled for tomorrow at 6310 Reisterstown Road; Tuesday at the Herring Run branch, 3801 Erdman Ave.; and Wednesday at the Waverly branch, 400 E. 33rd St. All start at 6 p.m.

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