Local News

Fatal Crash in Pikesville, On Old Court Road

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At 07:44 a.m., police and fire units were dispatched to Old Court Road and Estates Court in Precinct 4/Pikesville for a pedestrian struck. The...

Mother’s Day Flowers From Jewish Women International Raise Spirits, Awareness

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As the director of a shelter for victims of domestic abuse, Naomi Taffet sees a lot of women in tears. But once a year,...

Crime Continues to Fall in Baltimore County

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It’s getting safer to live in Baltimore County, including for those who live in the Northwest corridor. According to statistics released last week by the...

Dealing With Death

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“We’re all human, and at some point in our lives, we are going to suffer a loss,” said Janet B. Kurland, senior care specialist...

Room With A View

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At 9 months old, Jared Weiner was diagnosed with autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease, a rare genetic deformation that enlarges the kidneys and can...

Over The Wire

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For all the crime statistics and delinquency portrayed on “The Wire,” and even reported in The Baltimore Sun, downtown Baltimore is still an amazing...

Talks Continue

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Discussions are underway about moving Baltimore’s Holocaust Memorial from its current downtown location on Lombard Street adjacent to the now-closed Bard building, which is...

Advocacy Day

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As an employee with Jewish Community Services, Joan Cohen said she often sees firsthand the struggles facing the community. Cohen wants to ensure that those...

Life-and-Death Issue

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Rabbi Seth Bernstein said his understanding of Jewish law is that the preservation of human life takes precedent above all else. The Howard County Board...

Slamming on the Breaks

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Nissan, Volkswagon, Audi, Mercedes, Mazda and Peugeot continue to do business with Iran, the world’s most prominent state sponsor of terror and a country...