2012 in Review: Top Stories from September
As the summer winded down, the news did not. Here's a look at the top stories from September.
Patch is counting down the top stories of 2012. Today, we take a look at the biggest stories in September.
Police said Paul Brooks drove into Baltimore to obtain methadone and his 5-year-old son drank some on the way home. Both of the child's parents faced child abuse charges.
Stephanie Mowery thought her Arundel High class ring was gone for good. But it turned up at a local pawn shop, just days before Mowery was to attend a class reunion.
A 16-member committee met to explore options to reduce overcrowding at Nantucket Elementary and other schools in west Anne Arundel County. It later presented it plan to the school board, where it is awaiting approval.
The West Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce celebrated its birthday with a big bash on the site of the former Nevamar plant. Within weeks, the site became the home of the new Flats170 apartments.
The Waugh Chapel Town Centre got two new tenants in early September. The Greene Turtle opened in time for football season, while Starbucks offered one fo the few drive-thru locations in the area.
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