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February 23, 2005

Leftovers: Judge’s ruling on gun residue evidence fucks up bunches of other cases, prosecutors say.

Appealing: Attorney for defrocked priest Maurice Blackwell, found guilty of child sexual abuse last Friday, seeks new trial. (Minisite.) Oh, and missed this Afro-American story on Blackwell’s trial from last week.

Glen Burnie Earthquake!: A little, itty, bitty one.

Enterprise Reporting: Sun‘s public records request turns up state policy that should have kept Philip E. Parker Jr. and his suspected murderer, Kevin G. Johns Jr., away from each other on that prison bus. (Yes, a minisite.)

Let’s All Go Throw Our Cell Phones in the Harbor: Wireless carriers sue city over $3.50 monthly tax on cellular users.

College of Notre Dame, in The Messenger, defends controversial new entranceway.

Why Do Small Dailies Put Their News Up One Day Late?: Annapolis Capital on alderman switching parties and couple’s million-dollar-plus gift to North Arundel Hospital.

Crime drops in Columbia’s Oakland Mills neighborhood.

Feds don’t like state legisltature’s Intercounty Connector funding changes.