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February 19, 2003
Anne Arundel County offices open. Schools closed. Baltimore County offices open. Schools closed, but school system offices open. Harford County offices open. Schools closed, but school system offices open. Carroll County offices open. Schools closed. Baltimore City offices - except those providing emergency services - closed. Schools closed; school board meeting canceled. Howard County offices open. Schools closed.
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By Sean Welsh, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
Baltimore's Latino Economic Development Center will open a satellite office along Eastern Avenue in Highlandtown, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Wednesday. The office, to be located in space donated by the Southeast Community Development Corporation, is being set up to provide support "to existing and potential immigrant business owners," according to a release from the mayor's office. The office will help those business owners and potential owners with loans, technical assistance and training, the release said.
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NEWS
April 15, 2001
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area for tomorrow: Anne Arundel County ------------------------------------------------- County offices open Courts open Libraries open Public schools closed Trash removal curbside pickup Annapolis ------------------------------------------------- City offices open Parking meters feed, Trash removal regular pickup Baltimore ------------------------------------------------- City offices open...
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 16, 2013
Icy conditions and crashes were reported on several Harford County roads overnight Sunday, the Harford County Department of Emergency Services said. The State Highway Administration encountered icy conditions on several roads it maintains in Harford. County government and Harford County Public opened at their normal times Monday morning and roads were largely clear of ice in time for the morning rush Monday, emergency services spokesman Bob Thomas said. "Spotty patches of ice but for the most part traffic is moving at the posted speed limits," Thomas said at about 10:15 a.m. "The Emergency Operations Center was not activated over the weekend for Saturday's snow event.  [The Department of Emergency Services is]
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April 16, 1995
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow:# ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTYCounty offices openCourts openLibraries openPublic schools closedTrash pickup as normally scheduledANNAPOLIS City offices openCourts openParking meters feedPublic schools closedTrash pickup as normally scheduledBALTIMORE City offices openCourts openLibraries openParking meters feedPublic schools closed until April 24Trash pickup#BALTIMORE COUNTYCounty offices openCourts openLibraries...
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September 14, 1998
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow for primary Election Day:Anne Arundel CountyCounty offices openCourts openLibraries openPublic schools closedTrash removal pickupAnnapolisCity offices openCourts openParking meters feedPublic schools closedbTC Trash removal pickupBaltimoreCity offices openCourts openLibraries openParking meters feedPublic schools closedTrash removal pickupBaltimore CountyCounty offices openCourts openLibraries openParking...
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2012
A man was found shot early Saturday in the 400 block of N. Collington Ave., near the Butcher's Hill and Patterson Place neighborhoods, police said. Around midnight, an officer on foot near the 2200 block of Jefferson Street approached as an unidentified person was shooting at a 30-year-old man, police said. Pulling his own gun, the officer ordered the suspect to drop his weapon, police said. The suspect instead turned and fired at the officer, who shot back without appearing to hit the suspect, police said.
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By Tricia Bishop, The Baltimore Sun | January 22, 2012
Federal government offices in the Washington D.C. area will open with an 11 a.m. "delayed arrival" Monday, after a freezing rain advisory predicted slick roads and icy conditions throughout Maryland and the District. Non-emergency employees have the option to take unscheduled leave or "telework," according to the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Emergency employees must report as scheduled. "Light icing on roadways and elevated surfaces will make traveling hazardous," according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which issued the weather advisory about 1:30 p.m. Sunday; it remains in effect into Monday morning.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2012
Howard County is launching a volunteer program this year to help people of limited means prepare and electronically file their taxes for free. The county has started the service this tax season as a pilot program, said Rebecca Bowman, administrator of the county's Office of Consumer Affairs. "We are hoping to interest the nonprofits to take on doing it in the future," she said. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, is part of a program operating across the country. Volunteers are certified by the IRS. There are income restrictions, but people who qualify for the earned income tax credit generally meet the financial guidelines, Bowman said.
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By Peter Hermann and Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2011
Police were on an undercover sting targeting a man in a marijuana case in Anne Arundel County when one officer accidentally shot a colleague, according to court documents filed Tuesday. The suspect had already been arrested outside a home in Odenton on Monday afternoon when officers on a multi-jurisdictional task force raided the residence in the 100 block of Pinecove Ave. Police found a female occupant, described as cooperative, and spread out through the house. Authorities said a Baltimore County officer accidentally fired his gun, striking a city officer in the arm. On Tuesday, Anne Arundel County police said for the first time that the city officer returned fire with several shots, but did not hit anyone.
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By Brent Jones, The Baltimore Sun | June 28, 2010
Baltimore County police fired several shots Monday afternoon at a man authorities say struck an officer with a stolen car in Pikesville. The officer was transported to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with injuries not believed to be life-threatening, and the suspect was not injured, police said. Police said the incident started about 4:40 p.m. when an officer spotted a car that had been reported stolen, an Acura Legend, at a 7-Eleven on the corner of Reisterstown and Old Milford Mill roads.
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By Andrea F. Siegel | andrea.siegel@baltsun.com | January 12, 2010
An Anne Arundel County police officer shot at a car Tuesday morning as it charged toward him and then struck him, but police said they do not know if a bullet injured anyone. Lt. James Fredericks said police were called to the 2000 block of Tea Island Court in Odenton around 4 a.m. for reports of two men going through vehicles. An officer saw a Kia Sportage in the road and as it came toward him, he thought it was going to run him down, according to Fredericks. He fired at the SUV, and was knocked to the ground by the vehicle, which continued into a nearby dead-end, where two people got out and ran, Fredericks said.
NEWS
October 7, 2007
Harford County government offices will be open tomorrow on Columbus Day. The Harford County Waste Disposal Center and Waste to Energy also will be open. Harford County Public Library will be closed for a staff in-service day. Senior centers, public schools and Harford Transit will be open. Upper Crossroads meeting is Wednesday The Harford County Sheriff's Office will hold an Upper Crossroads community-awareness meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Fallston High School auditorium, 2301 Carrs Mill Road.
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By Richard Irwin and Liz F. Kay and Richard Irwin and Liz F. Kay,Sun Reporters | June 21, 2007
A city police officer fatally shot an East Baltimore man yesterday afternoon after police say the man pointed a large-caliber revolver at two undercover officers during a confrontation on a normally quiet street in the Berea neighborhood. Last night, police identified the victim as Devine Moore, 23, of the 3000 block of E. Monument St. Plainclothes officers in an unmarked vehicle began following Moore and two other men after seeing one of them holding a gun, said Officer Nicole Monroe, a city police spokeswoman.
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