October 7, 2007
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area tomorrow: Anne Arundel County offices: open Courts: closed Libraries: open Senior centers: open Public schools: open Trash removal: regular trash, recycling and yard waste pickup, landfills open Annapolis City offices: open Parking meters: feed Bus service: regular service Trash removal: regular trash, yard waste and recycling pickup Baltimore City offices: closed Courts: closed Libraries: closed...
April 6, 2007
This schedule will be in effect in the Baltimore area today: Anne Arundel County offices: closed Courts: open Libraries: open Senior Centers: closed Public schools: closed Trash removal: trash, recycling and yard waste pickup, but landfills closed. Annapolis City offices: closed Parking meters: feed Bus service: Limited schedule Trash removal: There will be no residential refuse collection or yard recycling pickup. Curbside recycling collection for bottles, cans, papers, etc. will occur.
May 23, 2005
MONALISA MACKEY is not the first parent to abuse her child so badly the toddler was taken into foster care, only to return home and to more abuse, this time fatal. Her story may be singular in the details, but there are at least two other child-death convictions in the past two years in Baltimore that follow the same pattern, and lawyers tell of similar cases in which children were abused again, just not to death. It's time to fix what's wrong. The problem is, it's not clear what's wrong.
January 14, 2004
A judicial panel proposing what would be Maryland's first rules detailing public access to court records is recommending that, with few exceptions, courthouse records be presumed to be open, including the burgeoning fields of computerized and electronic information. The proposed rules are intended to protect individual privacy while keeping open everything from property ownership and divorce squabbles to criminal case files. At the same time, the rules would close access to some information now available - for example, blacking out all but the last four digits of a Social Security number.
November 19, 2003
Two judges and three lawyers have been nominated to fill the Maryland Court of Appeals seat of Judge John C. Eldridge, who had to step down on reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70 last week. The Judicial Nominating Commission has forwarded to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. the names of five of the eight applicants for the 5th Appellate Circuit seat, which includes Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's counties. The list includes judges Clayton Greene Jr., 52, and James A. Kenney III, 66, both of the Court of Special Appeals; Linda M. Schuett, 53, county attorney for Anne Arundel; and two private practice attorneys, Timothy E. Meredith, 51, and David A. Roling, 41.