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  1. Baltimore police museum depicts department's 200-year history

    05.27 / 00:07 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    A 170-year-old desk sergeant's logbook, an original Western District cell block and a 1905 collection of mug shots from Northeast Baltimore are among the artifacts on display at a new museum that opened Friday at city police headquarters.The museum is free and will be open to the public on…
  2. Family and friends pay tribute in emotional farewell to slain Bowie State student

    05.26 / 23:10 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Family and friends of slain Bowie State University student Richard W. Collins III gathered Friday to remember the young man they described as a protective brother and a role model who always put the needs of others first.The 23-year-old business administration and ROTC student was fatally…
  3. Man shot while trying to hold up 3 federal agents in West Baltimore, police say

    05.26 / 22:04 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Police said a federal agent shot a man Friday afternoon who tried to hold him up with a revolver while he and two other agents were sitting inside a pickup truck on an undercover mission in West Baltimore. Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said two men tried to rob the Bureau of…
  4. Ruth B. Renneburg, World War II veteran and vice president of machine manufacturing company

    05.26 / 20:51 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Ruth B. Renneburg, who served with the WAVES during World War II and later assisted her husband in the operation of his machinery manufacturing business, died Monday of complication from a stroke at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. The former Roland Park resident was 97.…
  5. Baltimore County police shooting in Milford Mill ruled justified

    05.26 / 20:51 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    No criminal charges will be filed against a Baltimore County police officer who in April shot and wounded a passenger when he fired into a suspect's moving vehicle, prosecutors say. The county State's Attorney's Office told police this week they found the April 21 shooting in the Milford Mill…
  6. Bail hearing postponed for woman charged in 8-month-old's death at day care in city

    05.26 / 20:51 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    A bail hearing for a woman charged in the death of an 8-month-old girl at a Baltimore day care center has been postponed until Tuesday. Leah Walden, 23, is accused of smothering 8-month-old Reese Bowman at the Rocket Tiers Learning Center on Wednesday, police said. Surveillance video captured…
  7. Columbia's lakefront bells reinstalled, ringing

    05.26 / 19:54 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Downtown Columbia's carillon bells are ringing once again every 15 minutes at the Lake Kittamaqundi pier after being reinstalled in an interim structure known as the Bell Tree. The carillon bells were removed from the original wooden flag tower seven years because the tower was deteriorating,…
  8. Hogan lets drug price-gouging bill, dozens of others become law without signature

    05.26 / 18:57 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Friday that he will not block a new law giving the Attorney General's Office the authority to take generic drug makers to court to challenge possibly excessive price increases. The groundbreaking measure was one of dozens the governor allowed to become law without his…
  9. A war that continues to claim service members' lives, to little attention from many citizens

    05.26 / 17:53 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    On Memorial Day, Marissa Martinez Brown will join thousands on a beach in Honolulu to float lighted lanterns, each bearing a remembrance of a loved one lost over the years, into the water. While Brown, 43, will be in a crowd Monday, in many ways, her grief is increasingly a lonely one. Her…
  10. Rock performer Eli August finds musical home in Howard

    05.26 / 16:54 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    When rock musicians start out, they often have a performing venue they call home. Think of Bruce Springsteen and the Stone Pony nightclub in Asbury Park, N.J. Then consider Eli August and the Abandoned Buildings, who have found a recording and performing home at the Howard County Historical…
  11. Pence tells Naval Academy graduates they have a friend in Trump

    05.26 / 15:56 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Vowing that the Trump administration would "rebuild the military," Vice President Mike Pence told the Naval Academy's graduating class on Friday that they should be confident their commander-in-chief would have their support as they begin a career of service. "President Donald Trump is the…
  12. Baltimore Police lieutenant who heads casino district charged with theft

    05.26 / 14:56 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    A Baltimore Police lieutenant overseeing the Horseshoe Casino district has been charged with theft of overtime after an internal investigation was sparked by an anonymous letter that said he was "never at work."Investigators began conducting surveillance on Lt. Steven Bagshaw in late March.…
  13. HopeWorks to hold pantry drive to help those affected by domestic violence

    05.26 / 14:56 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    HopeWorks of Howard County, a nonprofit agency that combats domestic, sexual and dating violence, will hold a pantry drive outside its new center at 9770 Patuxent Woods Drive on June 3, from 10 a.m. to noon. The food, personal care and household items collected, said community engagement…
  14. New video board installed at Ripken Stadium

    05.26 / 14:56 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Crews have been busy this week installing the new 1,500-square-foot, high-definition video board and live score display in center field at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen. The new video board will be ready when the Aberdeen IronBirds, Class A short-season affiliate of the Baltimore…
  15. Aberdeen City Council to vote on budget at June 5 meeting

    05.26 / 14:56 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    As the City of Aberdeen prepares to adopt its budget for next fiscal year, which begins July 1, the city is about $2.5 million ahead on this year's budget, according to information presented to City Council members earlier this week. The City Council could have voted on the proposed…
  16. Edgewood man charged in April kidnapping, carjacking, theft

    05.26 / 13:54 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    An Edgewood man was arrested last week and ordered held without bail  for allegedly kidnapping and carjacking an acquaintance in late April, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said. A man came into the Harford County Sheriff's Office Southern Precinct around 6:45 a.m. April 26 to report a …
  17. Aberdeen 7-Eleven robbed Wednesday, police hunt for suspect

    05.26 / 13:54 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Aberdeen Police are asking for help identifying the man who robbed 7-Eleven on West Bel Air Avenue early Wednesday morning. Employees of the convenience store, in the 700 block of West Bel Air Avenue, told police the robber was a black male, wearing a burgundy hooded sweatshirt and a mask…
  18. Aberdeen moving forward with Middleton Road extension, hires design engineer

    05.26 / 13:54 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Construction isn't imminent, but the City of Aberdeen is moving forward with extending Middleton Lane from Route 22 to Beards Hill Road, a project the mayor has said the city desperately needs to relieve congestion. Without firm estimates of the cost of the project and designs for the road…
  19. Emerging Hopkins center harmonizing music and medicine

    05.26 / 10:59 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    For his fourth-grade science project, Alex Pantelyat compared the effects of classical and rock music on plants. Mozart, he recalled, helped the leaves flourish. Led Zeppelin caused wilting. He never figured out why, but 25 years later, Pantelyat, remains fascinated by the relationship…
  20. 'A little break': Long weekend summer getaways gaining popularity

    05.26 / 10:05 www.baltimoresun.com Baltimoresun.com - Maryland
    Jackie Green hasn't checked yet with her family and friends to see when everyone's free for a weekend at Ocean City or Rehoboth, Del., this summer. But that's the beauty, she said, of going for long weekends, like she expects to instead of a whole week: It's not as much of a commitment, so…