January 29, 2013
Police shot a man in Northwest Baltimore Tuesday in the third such incident since Friday, and are still searching for a potential victim they say the man may have shot earlier. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said police were checking license plates in the area near the 5000 block of Pimlico Road in the Central Park Heights neighborhood, as police had recently pinpointed the neighborhood "as an area of concern for us. " About 7 p.m., police heard gunshots and saw a man leaving an alley holding a semiautomatic handgun, Guglielmi said.
December 14, 2012
A Baltimore County judge has agreed to a five-day unpaid suspension, admitting that he was wrong to summarily find 28 people in contempt for courtroom disruptions — including two dozen fined and threatened with jail time after their cellphones sounded in his courtroom. District Judge Norman Stone III also will be on administrative probation for two years. Maryland's top court signed off late Friday on the agreement between Stone, 54, and the Commission on Judicial Disabilities.
November 3, 2012
With an increase in the number of permits given out and a record number of bears killed during last month's five-day Maryland black bear hunt came another high mark - arrests made for illegal baiting and other violations. According to the Natural Resources Police, 22 hunters were arrested. While it represented more than five times the number of hunters arrested last year (four) and double the number from 2010, it is only 2.5 percent of the number of hunters who were either issued permits or had sub-permits.
September 23, 2012
A group of 11 Baltimore women who set out Sept. 19 to ride their bicycles 365 miles across Maryland in five days arrived Sunday at Fort McHenry to the cheers of more than 100 family members and friends.. The participants are members of a group called Women Who STAND/Baltimore, formed about two years ago as part of the Baltimore-based global organization World Relief. The bicyclists raised nearly $40,000 through the event, called Ride 365, for organizations benefiting women and girls in Malawi and Cambodia.
April 30, 2012
No. 15 Fairfield's 8-3 loss to No. 20 and Eastern College Athletic Conference rival Ohio State last Saturday meant that the Stags (11-3 overall and 4-2 in the league) finished in third place in the conference, one spot behind the Buckeyes (8-6, 5-1). And that means that the two teams will meet in the semifinal round of the ECAC tournament, which takes place Wednesday night in Denver. The quick turnaround doesn't leave coach Andy Copelan and the rest of Fairfield much time to make any changes in their game plan against Ohio State.
September 21, 2011
Baltimore's Dr. Justin Sausville is picking up right where he left off at the end of last season's "Jeopardy. " The 30-year-old medical doctor from Baltimore extended his streak of victories to five days this week and $117,201 dollars by winning the match that aired Wednesday night. The Sun profiled Sausville during the summer after matches being shown this week were taped, but had not yet aired. Here's the release from the game show's producers: Justin Sausville, a 30-year-old urologist from Baltimore, Md., continues his winning streak - earning a five-day total of $117,201 on “Jeopardy!