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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2012
Sure, the yearly switch to daylight saving time always puts some of us into a funk and a fog. It's true that it's harder to concentrate on writing that legal brief or counting out the correct change. It can't be denied that to the sleep-deprived, small setbacks can seem extra irritating. And, it's suddenly impossible to resist the salty bag of chips, sugary sodas and chocolate candy bar. But can the annual spring forward on daylight saving time actually be bad for our health?
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January 10, 2012
There were 23 fatalities on Harford County highways in 2011, a slight decrease from the previous year, but still too many, according to local police. They're hoping a new countywide task force will prevent at least some fatal accidents. "None of us want to experience the loss of a loved one or cause the loss of a loved one because of one careless moment in a motor vehicle that could have been avoided," Lt. Charles Moore, commander of the Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack, said Monday.
NEWS
July 8, 2008
Annapolis police were investigating a fatal accident that occurred near the U.S. Naval Academy after a federal police officer tried to pull over a speeding motorcycle, authorities said yesterday. The crash occurred about 12:50 a.m. Saturday at Monterey and Ridgely avenues when the driver of the motorcycle went through a stop sign and hit a 1996 Oldsmobile Ciera, police said. A Department of Defense police officer assigned to the Naval Academy first noticed the motorcycle speeding near Gate 8, police said.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Sun Staff Writer | September 17, 1994
The gashed hull of a Boston whaler tells Cpl. Dennis W. Leland that a terrible hit-and-run accident occurred last weekend on the Chesapeake Bay, leaving a mother and son dead.But there are few other clues to what happened a week ago near the mouth of the Choptank River in an accident that killed a sister-in-law and nephew of Montgomery County Executive Neal Potter.Evidence does not tell police where the accident occurred. Or how it happened. Or even what type of boat hit the Boston whaler -- it could be as small as a motorboat or as large as an oil tanker.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | June 26, 2013
An early morning fatal crash on Interstate 95 South at the Intercounty Connector in Prince George's County involving three vehicles, including a tractor trailer, backed up traffic for nearly four hours on Wednesday, according to the Maryland State Police. The state Department of Transportation reported the incident at 3:38 a.m., and SHA spokesman Charlie Gischlar said that traffic was diverted east and west along Route 32 to southbound Baltimore Washington Parkway, U.S. 1 and Route 29. DOT reported the incident cleared at 7:10 a.m. It was one among three that have shut down traffic in both directions on the region's roadways, according to the state transportation authorities.
NEWS
By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2012
One person died in a three-vehicle accident on Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County Friday afternoon, police said. Just before 4 p.m., the crash occurred on the southbound side of the highway at the spur to eastbound U.S. Route 50, according to Maryland State Police. The crash is being investigated by officers from the Glen Burnie Barracks, who had not made any details about the accident's cause available by 10 p.m. The accident caused traffic on the two highways to back up for miles until the early evening.
NEWS
By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,Sun reporter | May 2, 2008
Anne Arundel County police are stepping up traffic enforcement at several intersections across the county after two fatal vehicle accidents, the most recent a five-car crash in Severn that killed a 19-year-old man. Authorities are targeting 10 intersections that they said account for 20 percent of recent accidents in northern Anne Arundel, for increased enforcement.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | July 27, 2006
A Columbia woman was sentenced to six months in the Howard County Detention Center yesterday after a drunken driving accident resulted in the death of her husband. Howard County Circuit Judge Lenore R. Gelfman also placed Maricela Janeth Knight, of the 6300 block of Gray Sea Way, on six months of home detention and then five years of supervised probation after her release. She also will be required to complete 500 hours of community service, possibly with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and local schools, according to Assistant State's Attorney Stacy Mayer.
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