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There's a severe thunderstorm warning.
Richard Rice July 9, 2014 at 07:09 pm
We have to pray for everyone' s safety!!
Bryan Harz July 11, 2014 at 03:33 pm
"Move indoors and stay away from doors and windows, the weather service advised". ThisRead More makes more sense.
Open carry laws in some states provides more comfort for gun owners. But is Target's move an effort to protect everyone else?
David Montgomery July 8, 2014 at 10:08 pm
My biggest dilemma everyday is deciding which one to carry: my 9, 40 or 45.
David Brown July 9, 2014 at 07:20 am
David, my brother, please make sure you don't bring any of them into Target or Chipotle.=)
Dog Face July 11, 2014 at 04:35 pm
Well, making Target stores into "gun free zones" is having predictable results. Thugs nowRead More know that Target is a place to find plenty of unarmed victims, and customers are paying the price. http://www.wnd.com/2014/07/armed-robbers-shopping-for-victims-at-target/
The striking sight lines are part of Ellicott City's charm, according to the Howard County Historical Society. (Credit: Elizabeth Janney)
Peter Edelen July 3, 2014 at 01:55 pm
Here are a bunch more testimonials that were done for the event.Read More http://pamlongphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/why-is-historic-ellicott-citys-main-street-worthy-of-being-a-cover-story-in-parade-magazine/
Peter Edelen July 3, 2014 at 01:56 pm
Here are a bunch more testimonials done for the event!Read More http://pamlongphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/why-is-historic-ellicott-citys-main-street-worthy-of-being-a-cover-story-in-parade-magazine/
The project is anticipated to be complete by late July, Howard County reported.
Elizabeth Janney June 26, 2014 at 02:53 pm
Holly French June 26, 2014 at 11:08 pm
What's going on with the closure of Gorman between Skylark Blvd and Murray Hill Road? It's beenRead More closed almost a week and is a major headache for those of us who have to use it on a daily basis!
Lisa Albrecht Loveless June 27, 2014 at 07:16 am
Holly---Here is your answerRead More http://www.co.ho.md.us/uploadedFiles/Home/Programs_and_Campaigns/Public_Works/Gorman%20Road%20Improvements.pdf
More Babies Die In Hot Cars: What You Say. Patch file.
Octo Slash June 22, 2014 at 09:24 am
Tons more kids get killed by cars hitting them than they do from burning up inside one. Why isn'tRead More anyone freaking over that? This happens, but it's not like there are a hundred thousand children cooking in cars every year.
PH June 23, 2014 at 01:03 am
Sorry, I never, EVER, left my child in my car. Never. I was and am a mom. My son is now 22 yo.Read More NO EXCUSE. I've never left a pet either, much less my child. Are these people sitting on their brains? Guess so.
Lone Stranger June 23, 2014 at 10:13 am
Its a rough world out there and people forget. It looks like the Atlanta guy may have something moreRead More than meets the eye going on with his case. I certainly hope not but that's what the cops are hinting at. In the case of some of these people that go to bars or where ever and leave kids in cars they need to be dealt with harshly. However it seems like we have lost all ability in this country to make rational decisions case by case at every level of this government.
Black bear (Credit: Patch File Photo)
Steven Spiegel June 16, 2014 at 07:05 am
They must be making a good comeback because I have been living here in the Baltimore area for 50Read More years and have never saw a Bear around here . It is there country also more then it is ours so we need to stay out of there way . I can only imagine the wildlife that was in the Baltimore area before it was settled .
art doyle June 16, 2014 at 08:37 am
Steven, that is the same faulty logic that has us paying reparations to mice that roar. Humans haveRead More been in this region for thousands of years. Humans settled here when climatic conditions allowed. During the ice age, there were no mammals here to speak of. They settled here when climatic conditions favored them. Humans have always hunted until the last few decades. There was virtually no deer population in this area until recently. We are the dominate species and historically kept game in check and eliminated competitors.
Steven Spiegel June 16, 2014 at 06:10 pm
What I am trying to say was before we all inhabited the area the bears probably went father outRead More then Howard County . I would not be surprised if they were running around the same ground were the inner Harbor is unless they favor higher elevations . We will never know all the wild life that inhabited the Baltimore area before we came . I look at Marley Creek and South River and wonder how great it must have been before we dumped all the crap in it . I don't believe we should have to pay for what our ancestors done but I believe that we should have to have responsibility to start taking better care of it for the future of man kind . I could catch all the crabs and fish that I could possibly eat out of South River when I was a kid and know I would not even put my Boat in it because when I did the last time back in the late 90's I had to scrub the hell out of it for hours to get it as clean as it was before I put it in . I think we should be more responsible that's all .
The Powerball jackpot has soared to $257 million. Credit: Powerball website
Gary Elwards June 11, 2014 at 03:48 pm
I'm not buying any tickets. I'm afraid that if I win it will only make me sad when I blow it all.
A vehicle crashed into a Party Store in Annapolis Thursday. Credit: Anne Arundel County Police
Eve Vogelstein May 16, 2014 at 09:24 am
This Patch just doesn't work right and never did. I can't read the articles because I can't click onRead More anything. Your link doesn't work either. I am using an iphone which I'm sure many readers are. I'll give it one more chance and then I'm deleting it.
Harford County Native May 16, 2014 at 09:46 am
Deb maybe if you put things under a new section like news across Maryland it looks better then newsRead More around town. You see when people open up their local patch they assume news around town to be from their town.
Doris E Beck May 16, 2014 at 10:20 am
Whatever happened to the 'old', 'unimproved' Patch ! It is almost unreadable now! So many clicks,Read More and you still are not where you want to be !!!!!
Baltimore drivers are the likeliest of those in any major American city to make an obscene gesture. (Credit: Hoboken Patch)
Steven Spiegel May 14, 2014 at 12:17 pm
The main problem I see in our State is ignorance of keeping the flow of traffic going . For one passRead More and get the hell out of the fast lane . People tend to get in the fast lane and drive side by side not allowing anyone to pass causing a bottle neck effect causing traffic to back up which in turn causes people like myself to get pissed and then once traffic backs up its open season on other road rage incidents. We need to have State Sponsored commercials that tell people what a right lane is for . Also with all of the computers we have is there no way to sink the traffic signals were you don't get one red light after another . I have noticed some lights in the city stay red and stop traffic on one side when there is not a car for miles on the other road and when one does finally get to the light that light turns red stopping that car . Do the people at the city traffic light division have a deal with the oil companies to make sure we waste as much fuel starting and stopping as possible. Also what is the deal with people slamming brakes at Green Lights great for Mechanic bad for your car and people behind you . Its time to get the hell out of the fast lane on I 95 at 55 MPH Pass and get the heck over people . I don't believe there are that many people who don't know this or maybe people are just plain rude and don't care about being courteous
Kenn Bing May 14, 2014 at 01:48 pm
Indictable =individual
Mark May 14, 2014 at 02:59 pm
It's funny how Pittsburgh made the list for most courteous drivers and how baltimore made the listRead More for the least courteous drivers .. Pittsburgh has the better drivers and the better football team.
The water wheel is located between Pier Five and Pier Six. (YouTube screenshot from simwis72 video)
Rob Crow May 11, 2014 at 12:20 am
We need to do what we can to make Baltimore as litter free as possible. Many of the people thatRead More live in the city have no idea what a trash can looks like or what to do with it. The Mayor needs to be pro-active about litter control in the city. If there was less trash and litter in the streets there wouldn't be as much in the harbor. Cut off the source of the trash! HEY MAYOR ARE YOU PAYING ATTENTION TO ALL THE TRASH IN BALTIMORE! IT"S DISGUSTING!
Heather Patti May 11, 2014 at 04:27 am
Funny, I used to wonder to myself when I saw people throw trash on the ground..."do theseRead More people throw trash on the floor in their living room, too?" I am an RN and have worked in the homecare arena for 3 years, and sadly in many cases, the answer to that question is YES. How do we change people's behavior and teach them to be clean??!!
M. Sullivan May 11, 2014 at 01:13 pm
The remains from Allied Chemical aren't the only toxins in the harbor.Chemicals, heavy metals,Read More biological, and other poisons wash into the harbor from the streets of the cesspool Baltimore every day. The trash wheel won't stop that. Wait until it scoops up a few bodies. That will provide some entertainment for the masses.
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