Sacramento, CA — Senior Judge William Shubb of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California Wednesday granted
I’m just on the tail end of recovering from COVID. Yes, I finally got it. The good news is that I managed – through luck, thoughtful masking and crowd avoidance – to put off getting it until science gave me the vaccine and boosters to keep me out of the hospital, off the ventilator and, thank goodness, on the right side of the grass.
Former Howard County School Superintendent Michael Hickey’s death leaves more questions than answers
A Baltimore Post-Examiner investigation into the death of Michael Edward Hickey and a review of documents obtained by this publication tells a different and troubling story.
Over the past two years, I had made some desultory attempts nearby but without success: the Baltimore Bayview yard and Hyattsville, MD. The latter was a particular waste of time because CSX upgraded the tracks long ago, making the trains too fast to jump, but I lazily hoped against hope to find a train stopped for clearance or the like. The last failed attempt was in late November, when in a bit of Murphy’s law, I found 2 repairmen adjusting a crossing signal. At a time like that, there would be no trains, period.
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