Tag: mass shooting

Anne Arundel High School Grad Shot in Vegas Massacre Moves to Rehab Center

Tina Frost (right) and her mother. Photo via Anne Arundel County Public Schools.

Tina Frost’s condition continues to improve after her near-death experience in Las Vegas in early October.

AACo. Native Tina Frost, Severely Wounded in Vegas Massacre, Now Able to Walk Unassisted

Tina Frost (right) and her mother. Photo via Anne Arundel County Public Schools.

Anne Arundel County native Tina Frost is well on her way to recovery five weeks after losing her right eye in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood Reopens Days After Deadly Mass Shooting

Photo via Advanced Granite Solutions

Just over a week after Radee Prince shot three of his co-workers dead and injured two others with a handgun at Harford County’s Advanced Granite Solutions, the business has reopened, albeit in mourning.



This was going to be a column about my new kitchen counters, and about how you shouldn’t live with things you hate, and then we heard the news from Las Vegas. We were coming home from a college tour in upstate New York, from eating delicious Italian food in Syracuse, from spending time with our dear friend who teaches up there. We were sleepy, sated, a little stressed out about this and that. An ordinary Monday, awash in blessings.

After Newtown: Baltimore Poet Ann Eichler Kolakowski Remembers



We turn off the news and drive

through Baltimore Cemetery
to search for your ancestors,
but all I see are angels
on crumbling marble:

This Week in Research: The Genetics of Mass Murder; Nano-Worms; Curing Peanut Allergies


Something about this creeps me out:  writing in the Hartford Courant, Hopkins professor Nathaniel Comfort wonders whether a genetic analysis of the Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza might identify a biological defect that would explain his shooting rampage.

Get Rid of Them: Baltimore Gun Buyback Packs a Grieving Crowd



A gun buyback on Saturday in the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello neighborhood of Baltimore had been planned well in advance of the horrific Newtown, Connecticut, shooting Friday, but organizers said news of the mass shooting helped pack even more conscientious support. All in all, 461 guns were handed off to Baltimore police by hundreds of local residents, according to The Baltimore Sun. Each received a $100 gift card for use at buyback sponsor Klein’s ShopRite supermarkets.