A Howard County man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after a co-worker he struck over the summer died last week. Byron Darnell Powers, 63, of Severn, has been released on $20,000 bond, Howard County Police said Tuesday. He did not have an attorney listed in online court records. Police say that on July 15 Powers and a co-worker, Brian Keith Gordon, 47, of Upper Marlboro, got into an argument outside their place of employment in the 11000 block of Guilford Road in Annapolis Junction.
Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, a business consulting and accounting firm, has moved its headquarters to Towson from Owings Mills. The new 14,000-square-foot office in Towson Commons at 405 York Road will house more than 50 employees and has room for future expansion, the company said Tuesday. The space is a modern, open-concept upgrade from the firm’s prior headquarters on Red Brook Boulevard in Owings Mills.
A missing 22-year-old was found dead in Essex on Tuesday. Baltimore County Police said the death of Omaire Akmal is being investigated as a suicide. Baltimore Police sent out a missing person alert shortly before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, saying family and friends were concerned about him. He had last been seen in the 2900 block of Saint Paul St. on Monday. Hours later, just after 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, police said they found Akmal dead in Essex.
@TMclaughlin3 Yes, Port Covington is Baltimore’s Amazon bid. The development plan we’ve seen is a 25-year build out that in its final phase would replace The Sun’s plant with apartments, retail, offices etc - per this @baltsundata story https://t.co/uLuEoESlK9
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Selecting a term
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