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A state’s attorney, delegate and state senator announce a campaign to put the newly passed death penalty repeal in Maryland to referendum.
Overlea resident Cory McCray attempted to replace the late Del. Hattie Harrison earlier this year.
Councilman Bill Henry said he is introducing the legislation at the behest of the Loch Raven Improvement Association.
Government, Police & Fire
VanJonte "Jay" Poulson, of Parkville, is one of the members of a diverse class working to become Baltimore County firefighters.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The Carney Improvement Association only wants right hand turns allowed from Placid Avenue onto Harford Road.
After slamming Gov. Nikki Haley, O'Malley touts likely Democratic frontrunner.
The State Highway Administration will have an internal meeting about the Harford Road and Placid Avenue intersection Monday.
Councilman David Marks said that complaints about rats are a common complaint in these areas.
The two Republicans and the Democrat who represent the area all opposed the repeal.
The neighboring jurisdictions seem to get on each others nerves despite contrary assertions from staff.
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