City / County Digest

CITY / COUNTY DIGEST

July 14, 2008

Motorcycle crash on I-95 ramp kills 1

A man was killed yesterday afternoon when he lost control of his motorcycle on the ramp from southbound Interstate 895 to southbound Interstate 95 in Howard County, Maryland Transportation Authority Police said.

Police had not released the man's identity last night, saying his family had yet to be notified. He had been riding a Suzuki sport bike, said Cpl. Jonathan Green of the MdTA police. The agency is seeking witnesses to the accident, which apparently involved no other vehicles and occurred about 3:30 p.m. Any witnesses are asked to call 443-324-8994 to help in the investigation.

Baltimore

Barclay

Three injured in rowhouse blaze

A firefighter and two rowhouse occupants suffered minor injuries during a fire yesterday afternoon in the 400 block of East 22nd St., a fire spokesman said. Firefighters arrived at a burning rowhouse about 2:30 p.m. and helped two residents escape. Their injuries were unclear but not life-threatening, said Chief Kevin Cartwright, a Fire Department spokesman. A firefighter twisted his ankle at the scene and was taken to Mercy Hospital, Cartwright said. The fire's cause has not been determined, he said.

Julie Bykowicz

Delaware

Route 54

Police probe death of man found in canal

Ocean City and Delaware state police are investigating after the body of a man was found floating in a canal near Route 54 in Fenwick, Del. Delaware police say a boater found the body and pulled it to the Maryland side of the canal. The body has been taken to the medical examiner's office in Baltimore for an autopsy and identification.

Associated Press

Worcester

Berlin

Community college to revamp golf course

Wor-Wic Community College is renovating the Ocean Resort Golf Club, which was given to the school. College officials say they expect to have the course in Berlin open by early August.

Associated Press

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