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Fallen Trooper Remembered in Jessup, Elkridge Man Indicted on First-Degree Murder Charge

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Scenes from the memorial service at the Waterloo barracks on Friday, May 11.

The lawyer for a man accused of arson argued that his arrest was illegal and that evidence should be suppressed. The judge disagreed.

The Elkridge business is helping Harmans facility become more energy-efficient.

Robert Jarrett faces first-degree murder charges and is being held without bond at the Howard County Detention Center.

Court of Appeals ruling won't change Animal Control procedures.

See some of the 341 plants worth $510,000 in the former Baltimore City Police Department civilian employee's home.

Police said the investigation continues.

The May 26 race around Lyndwood Square will benefit Ava Conklin, who had a brain tumor removed.

Community's entrance would be jammed with traffic if a daycare's plans go through, say residents.

The Streamside community would be adjacent to the Dorsey Business Center.

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