Showing posts with label Tribune. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tribune. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Kids these days

Right on! Essex Mom sues ... somebody.. over her son being bullied and peed on in middle school

Teenager Sterlin C. Matthews arrested in Halethorpe Halloween homicide

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800 W. Lexington dubbed "the block of death"

Officers stealing from inmates.. isn't it ironic? Dontcha think? Related: the Tribune Co. asking a Delaware bankruptcy judge to approve up to $43 million in bonuses for top executives and managers.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"Keep your head up, yo"

Turns out the victim in the Rosedale Panera parking lot was the alleged perp's stepfather. The 15-year-old, Timothy Criner, will be charged as an adult with first-degree attempted murder, though the stabbing may be justified as Panera's soups taste like re-heated spooge filtered through a whore's bedsheets, and anyone who would feed them to a child deserves a slow, painful death.

Life for Jerome Williams and Charles Y. McGaney in the Harris case, 65 years for Gary Collins.

The Ink on last week's four murders

Religious leaders protest at Clyde's Sport Shop, and Clyde is not pleased.

CP: "Federal money is expanding drug treatment in Baltimore--and causing providers headaches."

The Testo case has gone to the jury

Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services defends its actions in the Willie Featherstone case

Helen Holton talks ethics at Loyola U. HALLELUJAH!

Media blabber: Tribune Exec Me-so-Randy Michaels* poised to resign.
*this link is probably NSFW.. depending on where you W

Don't miss: Larnell Butler's letter to the CP on the Jessamy/Bernstein race

Monday, April 2, 2007

Give 'Em Hell Zell!

Some fabulous media news-- the Tribune Co., (owners of the Sun) is going to be sold for real this time and will go private (as it should have been all along). So long, Chandlers... don't let the door hit you where the Good Lord split you!

The new owner, Sam Zell, is "bullish" on the news business and developing the Internet side of the Tribune's holdings, his soon-to-be papers report. He's baldish, gnomish, sent his brother-in-law to jail, and is fond of ducks, motorcycles, salty language and contemporary art. What's not to like? (Though the title "vulture investor" is a bit unsettling. And all that debt.)

More coverage: NYT