Regional Recap, June 8, 2010

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Teenager Charged In Death Of Annapolis Girl, 2. A teenager faces murder charges after a 2-year-old Annapolis girl was found dead over the weekend.Annapolis police said Monday that Timothy Height, 17, was charged as an adult with first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.Authorities went to a home in the 1900 block of Copeland Street on Saturday at about 7:11 a.m. When they arrived, they found the girl dead in her bedroom.

Officials Launch Website To Identify Parole Violators. State corrections officials have a new tool to track violent offenders who have violated their parole.The group launched a new website posting the information of the state’s 25 most wanted parole and probation violators. It’s an initiative by the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Corrections, in partnership with the parole and probation division.The violators on the list have been identified as individuals who are more prone to commit crimes.

Ehrlich Outlines Plans To Help Small Businesses.  Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich is outlining strategies he would implement to help small businesses if he gets his old job back.Ehrlich said Monday he would create a bipartisan task force to study how to lower Maryland’s corporate income tax rate. He also said he would form another task force to find ways to lower regulatory hurdles to job creation.Ehrlich said small businesses have been crying out for leadership during the recession.

Ocean City Launches iPhone App. The Ocean City Department of Tourism announced Monday the launch of its free iPhone application, Ocean City Mobile, which is now available through the iTunes application store.The city’s iPhone application provides users with direct information on Ocean City restaurants, accommodations, entertainment, maps and more.Ocean City is one of the first beach destinations to launch an official iPhone application.

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