DNA Evidence Leads to Conviction in 2004 Rape Case
DNA evidence has led to the conviction of a Harford County man in the rape of an Edgewood woman nine years ago. Read more on Bel Air Patch.
Cyclist: Knowing Road Rules is a 'Two-Way Street'
Preventing wrecks between bikes and vehicles is a "two-way street," said one cyclist, and education on road laws is needed on both sides to keep roads safe for travel. Read more on Severna Park Patch.
Douglas Andrew Halloran, 27, was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-car collision in Crownsville Monday. Read more on Bowie Patch.
Main Street's "I Love Theatre" Shop to Close in December
What does it mean for the changing retail scene on Ellicott City's Historic Main Street?
Trash Collectors Strike for Fair Wages, Health Insurance
Trash collectors in Montgomery and Howard counties went on strike this week over fair wages and affordable health insurance. In Montgomery County, the strike involved workers from two of the county’s three contracted trash collection businesses. Read more on Bethesda-Chevy Chase Patch.
Edgewater Burger King Cleared to Reopen After Temporary Water Violation Closure
High levels of coliform bacteria were found in the restaurant's well water. Read more on Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch.
1 in 6 Bay Babies in Need: Edgewater Teen Raises Awareness of Child Poverty
Girl Scout Siena Manoogian hopes to raise awareness of poverty in Anne Arundel County and to inspire others to help. Read more on Edgewater-Davidsonville Patch.
Inmate that Escaped in Annapolis Captured in West Baltimore
A convict that escaped an Annapolis work detail in Annapolis Tuesday was taken into police custody in West Baltimore Wednesday night, a Department of Corrections spokesman said.Read more on Annapolis Patch.
Police: Annapolis Woman Forged License to Work at Pediatric Office
An Annapolis woman has been charged by the state for allegedly forging an identity in order to work at a physician's office in Centreville. Read more on Anne Arundel Patch.