The Week That Was

October 07, 2007

Thefts of ATMs net 3-year sentence

Charles E. Harrison, 48, who was charged with cracking into or stealing more than 30 automatic teller machines, was sentenced to 33 months in prison.

Park plan submitted for review

Swann Park, which was closed in April after officials discovered high levels of arsenic in the soil, would be covered with clean dirt under a plan submitted to the state.

Lull in city homicides broken

Baltimore's weeklong stretch without a homicide was shattered when a man was found fatally shot Friday inside a house on Eutaw Place.

Hotel marks halfway point

The Hilton Baltimore Convention Center Hotel is halfway built, on schedule, on budget and already attracting new convention business, officials said at a ceremony to mark its halfway point.

GOP shuns slots proposal

Senate Republican leaders said they would not vote for the governor's slots proposal during a special session of the General Assembly, potentially jeopardizing the partnership necessary to get a gambling bill through the chamber.

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