Peeping Tom, Main Street Meters and Tragic Death: Top News

A suspected 'peeping tom' was arrested after police release a photo of him to news outlets and parking on Main Street in Ellicott City continues to draw controversy.


Police Arrest Suspected 'Peeping Tom'

Police say Columbia man may have also secretly recorded at least two additional women. 

Merchants Ask for Parking Project to be Postponed

Steve Lafferty forwards request to the County Executive to postpone meters, sensors after a spirited meeting.

Report: Poll Shows Marylanders Support Same Sex Marriage

A newly released Washington Post poll shows residents favor upholding the same sex marriage law.

Iron Bridge Gives Up Their Shirts After Losing Bet to AIDA

Staff at Iron Bridge Wine Co. had to wear shirts saying "I'd rather be at AIDA Bistro & Wine Bar."

Medical Examiner: Former Howard High Football Player Died from Drug Overdose

Joey Bonavitacola's sudden death was caused by the combined effects of heroine, cocaine and alcohol.

Bigger Problems Than Meters on Main Street

'Let's get back to the really big issues.'

Court Commissioner's Office Declines Comment on Suspected Burglars' Bail

The commissioner would not say why the $15,000 bail was set for the suspected door kick-in burglars.

Columbia Teen Charged in Pasadena Murder

Ronald Lee McLeod of Columbia and Daniel Alex Savage of Glen Burnie were both charged with first-degree murder for allegedly shooting two people outside a Pasadena house party.

Facts About the Parking in Ellicott City

'I thought it valuable to get some correct information into the community' - Steve Lafferty.

SHA Closing Section of B-W Parkway for Two Upcoming Weekends

Commuters take note: crews will be replacing two overpass bridges in Linthicum.

Laurel Woman Pleads Guilty to Robberies Involving Son

The duo said they robbed armored cars in Maryland and Washington DC, among other places.

Local Runs Baltimore Marathon in Flip Flops

Keith Levasseur may claim a world record.


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