Week in Review: Break-ins, Lighter Starts House Fire
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Police Warn Residents About Break-ins
A phone message to residents offered tips about keeping doors and windows locked after about 10 residential burglaries occurred this month.
Chesapeake High To Honor Former Principal
The school's newly refurbished auditorium will be rededicated to William Norman, who was principal from 1976 to 1983.
House Fire Displaces Family of Seven
No one was hurt in the fire in a duplex on Kings Road Thursday morning. Fire officials said it started when a child used a cigarette lighter.
Police, School Work Together to Keep Student Safe
In an effort to highlight the dangers of young people communicating online, the police released information about a recent case but asks that no one reveal the identities of those involved.
School by School Breakdown of Superintendent's Proposed Capital Budget
See what is in store for the future of Pasadena schools as the superintendent recommends requesting nearly $48 million from the state to fund county building and design projects.
BGE CEO Suggests 'Selectively' Burying Power Lines
But at a hearing with the PSC, the chief executive officer supported the utility's decision to withhold information from officials to protect customers' privacy.
New Law About Broken Traffic Lights Starts Oct. 1
Maryland drivers who fail to stop and check for pedestrians at nonfunctioning traffic signals will soon face larger fines and points on their licenses.
Pasadena History: Paving Mountain Road
Can you imagine Pasadena without Mountain Road? The paving process began in the 1920s.