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December 25, 2009

Body of man found in car at golf course

Baltimore County police found the body of a man inside a vehicle Thursday morning at Woodholme Country Club in Pikesville. Police believe the body could be that of Norman Hurwitz, 78, who was reported missing Sunday from his home in Pikesville. Detectives had not confirmed the identity, but there are similarities, Cpl. Mike Hill said. He said there was no evidence of foul play. The car was found off a cart path on the golf course, police said.

- Brent Jones

State anglers must register with NOAA

State officials say all Maryland recreational anglers must register with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration before fishing in 2010. The requirement is part of a federal initiative to help ensure the long-term sustainability of America's fisheries. Although the survey is focused on saltwater species, some ocean fish travel between salt and fresh waters, so anyone fishing in the Chesapeake Bay, its tributaries and coastal waters must register. Anglers must provide their name, birth date, address, telephone number and the regions they plan to fish. Registration information is available online at www.countmyfish.noaa.gov. State officials say they expect to make the annual registration part of the Maryland fishing license application process starting in 2011.

- Associated Press

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