Regional Recap, November 24, 2009

| November 24, 2009 | 0 Comments

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Jury Returns To Court, Continues Dixon DeliberationThe theft trial of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon continued into Tuesday as jurors once again couldn’t reach a decision on Monday.

Raven’s Food Drive Collects For The Needy. Outside M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday, the wives of several Ravens players led the charge in helping families in need this holiday season. The lady Ravens collected canned goods and cash before Sunday’s kickoff. You can drop off non-perishable food items at any Shoppers Food supermarket or get in touch with the Maryland Food Bank to donate.

Man Killed During Glen Burnie Hit And Run. Police are searching for the person responsible for killing a man during a hit-and-run in Glen Burnie. Officers said 30-year-old Matthew Burgess was in the area of West Ordinance Road when he was hit by an SUV that left the scene.Burgess was pronounced dead at Harbor Hospital.

County Uses Surveys To Combat Bullying. School officials in Anne Arundel County are looking for input from parents on how to take a stand against bullying and make schools more welcoming for students. The county is offering two different surveys, one to help the schools create a more family-friendly environment and the other to get input from parents and staff on ways to deal with bullying.

John Allen Muhammad, the mastermind behind the 2002 sniper killings, is put to death in Jarratt, Va

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