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By Sam Swope | December 5, 2001
Editor's note: Embracing the diversity of newcomers, one neighborhood's children take on a local tyrant to protect them. Once there was a street called Liberty Street, and Liberty Street was lined with white houses that were so much alike it was difficult to tell one from another. This was just the way fat General Pinch and his skinny wife liked it. The Pinches spied on their neighbors all day long. They had nothing better to do. They hated anything that looked like fun. And whenever the Pinches got upset, or angry, or furious, the General would grab his bullhorn and shout "I'll call in the army!"
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April 8, 2014
Maryland State Police and Harford Sheriff's Office report: Abingdon Kristi Lynn Reed, 38, of the 2100 block of Kyle Green Road was arrested Thursday on a bench warrant in a case in which she is charged with two counts of failure to send her child to school. Jessica Lynn Diehl, 26, of the 1100 block of Hookers Mill Road, was arrested Saturday on a bench warrant in a case in which she was charged with theft between $1,000 to $10,000. A burglary was reported Thursday in the 2700 block of Fair Rose Court.
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NEWS
October 30, 1998
PoliceWestminster: A resident of Pikesville told police Tuesday that someone damaged property at a rental unit on Schaeffer Avenue. Damage is estimated at $100.Westminster: A resident of Bennett Cerf Drive told police Wednesday that someone entered his vehicle while it was parked on Liberty Street and took property. Loss is estimated at $150.Pub Date: 10/30/98
NEWS
September 12, 2013
Aberdeen Shonia L. Murray, 43, of the 4900 block of Villa Point Drive, was charged Sunday with failing to comply with a peace order. Vehicles in the 500 block of Aldino-Stepney Road were broken into Monday. A burglary was reported last Friday in the 2400 block of Old Robin Hood Road. A burglary was reported last Friday at Seven Trails Drive and Seven Trails Court. A home was broken into last Friday in the 3300 block of Churchville Road. Tools were stolen Tuesday in the 1300 block of Montreal Drive.
NEWS
December 18, 1996
FireReese: Firefighters responded at 8: 44 a.m. Monday to a fire in the 2600 block of Sandymount Road. Units were out 20 minutes.PoliceWestminster: A resident of Liberty Street told police Sunday that his bicycle was stolen from the first block of Bond St. The loss was estimated at $150.Pub Date: 12/18/96
NEWS
July 28, 1995
POLICE* Westminster: An employee of Cranberry Exxon reported to city police that a motorist filled the tank of his car with gasoline and drove off without paying Wednesday. He said the theft was $21.13.FIRE* Westminster: Westminster firefighters responded to a call about a lockout in the 100 block of Liberty Street at 12:49 a.m. Thursday. They were out for 18 minutes.
NEWS
March 22, 1991
Centre Street at Eutaw Street, and Franklin Street at Cathedral Street will close at 7 o'clock tonight so that track for the light-rail system can be installed. The intersections will reopen to traffic at 5 a.m. Sunday.Eastbound traffic on Centre Street will be detoured north on Eutaw, east on Monument Street, south on Cathedral and back to Centre.Westbound traffic on Franklin Street will be directed south on Cathedral to Liberty Street, west on Fayette Street, north on Paca and back to Franklin.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 10, 1998
Two roads will be closed in downtown Baltimore on Sunday so that heavy equipment can be lifted onto the NationsBank building at Charles and Lombard streets, the Department of Public Works said yesterday.Lombard Street between Hopkins Place and Charles Street, and Hanover Street between Lombard and Pratt Street, will be closed to traffic from 6: 30 a.m. to noon, said a department spokesman.A suggested alternate route is for motorists to travel north on Charles, west on Fayette Street and south on Liberty Street.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | February 5, 1992
The owners of Prince Jewelry Co. of Baltimore, a 46-year-old jewelry manufacturer and retailer at 2 N. Liberty St., have acquired the former Hotel Junker at 20-22 E. Fayette St. and plan to open a store there by April.Gary Prince, a co-owner, said the company will keep its Liberty Street retail operation but has wanted to open a second shop on the east side of Charles Street. He said he and his brother, Tom, also are considering moving Prince's headquarters to the second level of the seven-story hotel building.
NEWS
September 10, 2013
Aberdeen Shonia L. Murray, 43, of the 4900 block of Villa Point Drive, was charged Sunday with failing to comply with a peace order. Vehicles in the 500 block of Aldino-Stepney Road were broken into Monday. A burglary was reported Friday in the 2400 block of Old Robin Hood Road. A burglary was reported Friday at Seven Trails Drive and Seven Trails Court. A home was broken into Friday in the 3300 block of Churchville Road. Aberdeen police report: A neighbor was making threats Thursday in the 200 block of Center Deen Avenue.
NEWS
July 9, 2013
Aberdeen Tykeem A. Bacon, 24, of the first block of Mount Royal Avenue, was charged Wednesday with possessing marijuana and drugs with intent to distribute. Montaze D. Berry, 23, of the 4800 block of Seven Trail Circle, was charged Thursday with violating a protective order. Wayne E. Carter, 52, of the 100 block of New County Road, was charged Friday with second-degree assault. Vandalism was reported Thursday in the 800 block of Matthews Avenue. A house was vandalized Thursday in the 4500 block of Lesh Lane.
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September 27, 2011
Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen Samantha Welch, 20, of the 400 block of Ruby Drive, was charged Monday with driving while her license and privilege were revoked, displaying suspended license, possessing suspended license, negligent driving, passenger age 16 or older in outboard front seat without seat belt restraint, failure to obey properly placed traffic control device instructions, operating...
NEWS
By Herbert Lowe and Herbert Lowe,NEWSDAY | October 28, 2006
NEW YORK -- A renewed search for human remains at Ground Zero will be expanded to a service road there, several area streets and the rooftops of two nearby buildings, Mayor Michael R Bloomberg announced yesterday. Two city and state agencies looking into the recovery of remains at the World Trade Center site expressed particular concern about a 60-foot-wide service road running the length of the site from Liberty Street to Vesey Street. That road, just inside the trade center's western edge, was rebuilt in March 2002 as part of the post-Sept.
NEWS
By LAURA MCCANDLISH and LAURA MCCANDLISH,SUN REPORTER | March 12, 2006
The Westminster City Council is expected to award a $2.1 million contract tomorrow night to renovate West Green Street. The project, which includes reconstructing the road and sidewalks between Liberty Street and New Windsor Road, has been in the works for at least two years, said Thomas B. Beyard, the city's director of planning and public works. The street lacks storm water drains, and West Green Street often floods. "The whole street is like a big river when it rains," said Councilman Robert P. Wack, who lives on the street.
NEWS
September 25, 2005
Public schools announce plans for bus detours on Bond Street The Westminster City Department of Public Works and Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. have informed the Carroll County Public Schools Office of Transportation Services that the intersection of West Green Street at Bond Street will be closed on or about Oct. 1 and will remain closed for about three weeks. The earlier detour on West Green Street between Old New Windsor Pike and Bond Street will remain in effect until further notice.
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