Friday, May 3, 2013
Can you guess whose birthday was made brighter by one of Charm City Cakes's exquisite creations?
Charm City Cakes lives up to its charming reputation, at least in the eyes of a few Perry Hall High School students. When the posh Baltimore bakery couldn't accommodate a field trip for a large group of Perry Hall's special needs students, Charm City decided to bring the cake to them. In honor of his 18th birthday, Charm City Cakes presented Perry Hall High School student Daniel Borowy with a custom two-tier cake creation, which he and a group of his friends and family enjoyed Sunday. It was a rough start to Borowy's sophomore year, made easier with reminders of love from Lady Gaga and now Charm City Cakes. >>> Keep up with all Perry Hall, White Marsh news by following us on Twitter and Facebook and by signing up for the daily newsletter.
Monday, April 8, 2013
Students from Baltimore County high schools participated in the first Prom Jam fashion show at the White Marsh Mall Saturday.
Post your own pictures and videos from the fashion show! Twenty-three Baltimore County High School students, include Perry Hall's Daniel Borowy, walked the runway Saturday for the first Prom Jam fashion show at White Marsh Mall. The models showed off prom trends including metalics and bright colors, as well as a blend of after-party wear. Stop by White Marsh Mall between now and April 13 for a chance to win $200 gift card. Just look for the Prom Jam back drop on the bottom level at the center court. Details here. Who wore it best? Which young model showed off your favorite look? How will you be dressing for prom? Start the conversation in the comments section below. Related Content: >>> Be sure to keep up with all Perry Hall news …
Friday, April 5, 2013
The Perry Hall High School sophomore who was injured in a shooting at the school seven months ago will march down the runway at the inaugural Prom Jam fashion show at White Marsh Mall Saturday.
Daniel Borowy was the picture of comfort, despite walking arm-in-arm with an aspiring model, down a runway, in the crowded White Marsh Mall Thursday evening, while Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" echoed down the center court corridor. Wearing his favorite sports jersey—the 2013 Baltimore Blast home kit (adorned with his favorite number: 45)—Borowy practiced strutting his stuff down the catwalk in preparation for this weekend’s inaugural Prom Jam fashion show. Read More About The Event: White Marsh Mall Offers Contemporary Style Tips for Prom Borowy was invited to model the latest in prom attire, partly as a demonstration against bullying. The 18-year-old Perry Hall High School sophomore suffered a shotgun wound to his back after a …
Monday, February 25, 2013
The still photos show the scene during the Aug. 27 attack.
WBAL Radio obtained still photos from the Baltimore County state's attorney's office of the scene during an Aug. 27 shooting at Perry Hall High School. The photos show shooter Robert Gladden with a gun, and school staff tackling the 15-year-old after he fired a shot, injuring student Daniel Borowy. Gladden was sentenced to life in prison, with all but 35 years suspended, for the attack on Monday. Watch WBAL's video for more details.
Robert Gladden, 15, shot a classmate at Perry Hall High School in August.
(Update 4:34 p.m.)—Perry Hall High School shooter Robert Gladden Jr., 15, was sentenced to 35 years in prison Monday. Gladden was given a life sentence with all but 35 years suspended on an attempted first-degree murder charge, and 20 years to run concurrently for the use of a firearm during a violent act. He had pleaded guilty to the charges on Feb. 19 The other 27 counts against the teenager were dropped. Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Robert Cahill Jr. questioned the sincerity of Gladden's proclaimed remorse ahead of the sentencing, citing that the teenager made disturbing remarks in previous telephone recordings. "Frankly, I don't know if I find those expressions of remorse to be credible," Cahill said. The judge also criticized …
The defense attorney argued that some good had come from the incident.
The attorney and family members of a boy who admitted to shooting a disabled schoolmate sought leniency on his part during a sentencing hearing Monday. Robert Gladden Jr., 15, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder in Baltimore County Circuit Court last week. He is expected to be sentenced Monday afternoon for shooting 17-year-old Daniel Borowy on Aug. 27 in the Perry Hall High School cafeteria. George Psoras, Robert Gladden's attorney, argued for leniency, describing his client as a child with a mental illness. "He had the brain and aptitude of [Borowy]," Psoras said. The attorney also pointed that out his client is sentenced to prison that he would be the youngest inmate currently in the custody of the Department of …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Robert Gladden, 15, entered the plea in Baltimore County Circuit Court Tuesday.
(Update 2:06 p.m.)—A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has accepted a guilty plea from a Perry Hall High School student who admitted to shooting a special needs schoolmate. Robert Gladden Jr., 15, pleaded guilty to one count of attempted first-degree murder and the use of a firearm in the commission of a violent act before Circuit Court Judge Robert Cahill, Jr. The other 27 counts against Gladden were dropped. By entering a guilty plea, Gladden waived his right to a trial, which was scheduled to start at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. After 11 a.m., Baltimore County Assistant State's Attorney John Cox, Gladden's defense attorney George Psoras and Cahill discussed the terms of the plea agreement while Gladden's family members openly wept. Gladden's…
Friday, February 8, 2013
A three-day hearing concluded with the court ruling against 15-year-old Robert Gladden Jr.'s request for juvenile charges.
UPDATE (4:34 p.m.)—Adult charges will stand against the student accused of opening fire inside Perry Hall High School on the first day of school, Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Robert Cahill, Jr. announced Friday morning. "The court can reasonably expect that if placed in treatment with juveniles, he would lack candor with therapists ... he would bully other juveniles ... he would act in a defiant, hostile and disinterested way," Cahill said. "He is not the least bit interested in treatment and not the least bit motivated to change," he said. The announcement came at the close of a three-day juvenile waiver hearing, that had been postponed twice and stretched across two weeks. A criminal trial for 15-year-old Robert Gladden Jr. in …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Hundreds head to Annapolis to testify for and against a package of bills that would tighten gun regulations in Maryland.
Gun control supporters and opponents descended on a hearing room in Annapolis to debate a package of bills that is likely to be as divisive as any issue during the 90-day General Assembly session. Gov. Martin O'Malley said his legislation was driven by the shootings in Newtown, CT. and more than 500 shooting deaths in Maryland last year. "We are still losing too many of our citizens to gun violence," O'Malley said. "There's no such thing in our state as a spare American." Hundreds gathered outside the State House Wednesday morning, hours before O'Malley was to testify, to rally against the proposed laws. A line of people waiting to testify stretched outside the Senate office building. More than 500 people signed up to testify even though …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
A court hearing on Thursday included video and audio of 15-year-old Robert Gladden.
UPDATE (Feb. 8, 12:30 p.m.)—Adult charges will stand against the student accused of opening fire inside Perry Hall High School on the first day of school, Baltimore County Circuit Court Judge Robert Cahill, Jr. announced Friday morning. Find more details in the article: Accused Perry Hall Student Shooter To Be Charged As Adult - http://patch.com/A-1Lkj --- Find a detailed account of the beginning of the juvenile waiver hearing for the accused Perry Hall High School student shooter here. The twice-postponed juvenile waiver hearing for 15-year-old Robert Gladden Jr. continued into Thursday, as the prosecutor and defense attorney sparred over whether he should continue to be tried as an adult in the shooting inside Perry Hall High School's …