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Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Lawmakers from Baltimore City and Montgomery County call for stricter gun laws.
In the aftermath of the shooting at an elementary school in Connecticut last week, leaders from Baltimore City and Montgomery County are calling for stricter gun laws in the state of Maryland. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Sen. Brian Frosh and Sen. Jamie Raskin were among those who attended a press conference at the Episcopal Ecumenical Council Center in Baltimore on Wednesday to announce support for legislation aimed at curbing access to firearms. "[This] legislation is intended to address the epidemic of gun violence that has swept the country. The mass killings that we’ve experienced in theaters, in places of worship and most recently and most horribly in an elementary school," Frosh said. "We have a public health crisis that stems …
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Keith Levasseur may claim a world record.
Keith Levasseur ran the Baltimore Marathon on Saturday in flip flops and finished with a time of 2:46:58, good enough for 29th overall. Levasseur, a member of the Howard County Striders, was hoping to claim a Guinness World Record in the process—for fastest marathon run in flip flops, according to an article in Runners World. Levasseur, 34, who listed his residence in Glen Burnie in the race registration, told Runner's World he was initially hoping to get under 3 hours in the flip flops, but after a few miles he quickened his pace, becoming comfortable in the sandals. He ended up running the 26.2 mile course with an average mile time of about 6 minutes and 37 seconds. The day after the marathon, Levasseur said his feet were quite sore, …
Sunday, January 15, 2012
She's still very much alive, but Jo Ann Bozentka knows how she wants people to remember her.
“Hi. I can’t come to the phone right now. After the beep please leave a message…Go Ravens!” Her voicemail recording tells it all, well almost. There is the little matter of her headstone. Eldersburg resident Jo Ann Bozentka, approaching 80, loves her family and her friends but when it comes to football season, leave her alone. That’s Ravens time. “I’m not one to go to a lot of parties because I can’t concentrate on all the moves,” said Bozentka. “I’m a die-hard fan. That's why it’s on my grave.” Yep. Botzentka has had her headstone engraved to say “Go Ravens.” It sits next to her deceased husband’s stone, which reads “Go Orioles” in honor of his favorite team. Botzentka went to the Baltimore Colts games for more than 30 years and was even …