Week in Review: Gino's is Open, Mosquito Spraying

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The investigation into a home invasion and shooting that occurred on Monday night in the 200 block of 5th Avenue SW is still active and ongoing.

Restaurant opening was delayed while waiting for county permit; Gino Marchetti hospitalized after fall as precaution.

Due to concerns about the West Nile virus, the Maryland Department of Agriculture says the Harundale-Marley area will be sprayed Sept. 11 and 18.

After a Glen Burnie man ran from a suspect who allegedly tried to rob him, he told police that a vehicle ran over his toe on Thursday night.

Residents are trying to get public comment portion extended past Sept. 14 deadline since Curtis Bay and Brooklyn Park share a boundary along the Anne Arundel County line.

Brenda Baumann hopes the community will help her with a project she is passionate about to thank and provide support U.S. Marine recruits like her son, Charles.

A regular attendee at council meetings was removed by police during Tuesday's meeting after disputing her allotted public comment period.


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