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Harford County woman reunited with family, deputies say

BALTIMORE -- A senior woman found alone early Thursday in Harford County has been reunited with family, authorities said.The woman was found wandering along Joppa Farm Road about 5:15 a.m., according to the Harford County Sheriff's Office.But within a couple of hours, authorities had identified her and gotten in touch with her loved ones, deputies said.
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Honeygo Boulevard shut down due to serious Perry Hall crash

PERRY HALL, MD—Crews are on the scene of a serious, Wednesday morning crash in Perry Hall. The crash was reported at around 9:30 a.m. along Honeygo Boulevard between Scott Moore Way and Cross Road. Serious injuries have been reported and Honeygo Boulevard has been shut down in both directions.
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Stabbing reported in Perry Hall

PERRY HALL, MD—Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred in Perry Hall on Tuesday morning. At around 8 a.m. on August 16, officers responded to the 5100-block of Honeybrook Way (21128) in response to an assault. When officers arrived, they found an individual suffering from a stab wound. Police...

Dispute flares over how to pay for raises for Baltimore County school staff amid teacher shortage

A dispute about a budget request to pay for raises for Baltimore County school employees erupted between the school board and the county council. The Baltimore County School Board unanimously approved the $50 million midyear supplemental budget request Aug. 9 to fund faculty and staff raises for the next several years under tentative labor agreements with the system’s employee unions. The ...

2022’s Maryland State Fair shifts to weekends only

One of Maryland’s most popular traditions is back for another installment this August, but its schedule will play out differently in 2022 than Marylanders are used to. The 141st edition of the Maryland State Fair will be spread out across three four-day weekends from late August to mid-September, marking a big shift from the single 11-day stretch done in prior years.

Baltimore man stands trial in death of 5-month-old daughter

BALTIMORE -- A jury trial is now taking place nearly four years after a 5-month-old girl died after suffering trauma to her body in West Baltimore.Her father, Anthony Ford, in now on trial, accused of causing his daughter's death. Brailynn died in October 2018 just days after she was hospitalized with trauma to her body. Ford has been charged with second-degree murder, child abuse resulting in death, child abuse resulting in serious physical injury and first-degree assault, court records show.On Wednesday, Ford testified he was taking care of his daughter on the day in question and went for a ride in a vehicle...

Downtown Baltimore office tower owned by Peter Angelos will be marketed for possible apartment conversion

One Charles Center, a historic, yet modern office tower owned by Peter Angelos in downtown Baltimore, could be redeveloped for luxury housing under plans to sell the 1960s-era building that kicked off the city’s Charles Center renewal area. The family of Baltimore Orioles owner Angelos is putting the 22-story aluminum and glass skyscraper on the market next week, according to Cushman & ...

Man, 45, wounded in Northeast Baltimore shooting

BALTIMORE -- An early Thursday morning shooting in Northeast Baltimore sent a man to the hospital, authorities said.Officers were on patrol shortly after 1 a.m. when they heard gunfire near the 5400 block of Radecke Avenue, Baltimore Police said. That's where they found a 45-year-old man shot in the hip.The unidentified victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment. His condition was unclear Thursday.No information about a possible suspect or motive was released.Anyone with information about this case is asked to call detectives at 410-396-2444 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

After a few difficult years, 3 teachers discuss what they anticipate as they head back to school

BALTIMORE -- In just one week, teachers around the state will head back to their schools to prepare for the 2022 academic year. I sat with three Baltimore County teachers to find out how they're faring after a few very difficult years, and to see if they anticipate anything like a "normal school year."Though Katherine Mullen, a veteran high school history teacher, said she "threw the word 'normal' out of the window a long time ago, probably two years ago."Sitting alongside Leonard Foust Jr., a high school media and broadcasting teacher, and Christina Phillips, a middle school Spanish teacher, Mullen said...

Police investigating fatal crash in Lauraville

BALTIMORE -- Police are on the scene of a fatal crash in Northeast Baltimore in the Lauraville neighborhood.Officers responded to the 5200 block of Harford Road on Wednesday about 3:15 p.m. for a reported collision.A small SUV hit a parked Pepsi freight truck. The driver of the SUV was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital, where they were pronounced dead after arriving, police said.The victim's name is being withheld until next of kin is notified.Members of the C.R.A.S.H. Team are investigating the incident.Anyone with information is asked to call investigators at (410) 396-2606.