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  • Ex-Navy commanders face negligent homicide charges over deadly collisionsEx-Navy commanders face negligent homicide charges over deadly collisions

    Court-martial proceedings will be convened to review evidence supporting possible criminal charges against several members of the USS Fitzgerald, according to the service.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 23 min. ago
  • Study shows Maryland meets goals of cutting health care costs without ...Study shows Maryland meets goals of cutting health care costs without ...

    Maryland's ambitious program to curb health care spending is meeting that main goal but it may not yet be widely transforming the way patients are treated. Those are the findings of a study of the state's hospitals, which operate under a unique, federally sanctioned system that U.S. regulators hoped would be a national model of cutting costs and improving care.

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  • Maryland Attorney General: State can't authorize Hyperloop construction with utility permit aloneMaryland Attorney General: State can't authorize Hyperloop construction with utility permit alone

    The Maryland Attorney General’s Office has called into question the state’s authority to grant permission to Tesla founder Elon Musk’s tunneling startup, The Boring Co., to build several miles of tunnels for his high-speed Hyperloop transportation system below the Baltimore-Washington Parkway. ...

    Baltimore Sun / 26 min. ago
  • Police: Missing 22-year-old found dead in Baltimore CountyPolice: Missing 22-year-old found dead in Baltimore County

    A missing 22-year-old was found dead in Essex on Tuesday. Baltimore County Police said the death of Omaire Akmal is being investigated as a suicide. Baltimore Police sent out a missing person alert shortly before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, saying family and friends were concerned about him. He had last...

    Baltimore Sun / 51 min. ago
  • Health Department to launch diabetes prevention programHealth Department to launch diabetes prevention program

    The Carroll County Health Department is about to launch a yearlong program designed to help people stave off, and potentially reverse their progress toward developing type 2 diabetes. These free, lifestyle change classes will begin on Jan. 29, and meet weekly at 10 a.m. on Mondays for the first...

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  • Jones, McCants take stand in own defense in BGF trialJones, McCants take stand in own defense in BGF trial

    The Federal case against three alleged Black Guerilla Family gang members continued Tuesday with two of the defendants taking the stand in their own defense.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 53 min. ago
  • Abandoned dog left with note receives outpouring of love, adoption requestsAbandoned dog left with note receives outpouring of love, adoption requests

    Neighbors in Patterson Park were shocked to see a dog apparently left by his owner tied to a tree Saturday morning.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 54 min. ago
  • Snowfall forecast updated for Wednesday A.M. commuteSnowfall forecast updated for Wednesday A.M. commute

    Wednesday morning's commute could be slippery with a coating of snow expected.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 55 min. ago
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  • Baltimore police find missing 22-year-old man dead in EssexBaltimore police find missing 22-year-old man dead in Essex

    Baltimore police are asking for the public's help in locating a 22-year-old man.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 14 min. ago
  • Police look for 4 suspects in armed robbery, kidnapping in FallstonPolice look for 4 suspects in armed robbery, kidnapping in Fallston

    Police are asking for the public's help in obtaining information in the kidnapping and armed robbery of a delivery man Tuesday afternoon in Fallston.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 16 min. ago
  • In Maryland, opposition to offshore drilling is bipartisan - The San Luis Obispo TribuneIn Maryland, opposition to offshore drilling is bipartisan - The San Luis Obispo Tribune

    The San Luis Obispo TribuneIn Maryland, opposition to offshore drilling is bipartisanThe San Luis Obispo TribuneMark Belton, secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, reiterated Maryland's "steadfast opposition to any potential or proposed development, exploration, leasing or production of oil and gas in the Atlantic Ocean as proposed by the ...and more »

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  • Los Angeles County deputy charged after drug stingLos Angeles County deputy charged after drug sting

    On Tuesday FBI agents arrested a Los Angeles County deputy and others who allegedly arranged to help transport cocaine, methamphetamine and cash, according to U.S. officials.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 25 min. ago
  • Fire engulfs assisted-living facility in west BaltimoreFire engulfs assisted-living facility in west Baltimore

    A fire engulfed a two-story, assisted-living facility Tuesday evening in west Baltimore.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 25 min. ago
  • Carroll to receive additional $100K in education funding under Hogan's proposed budgetCarroll to receive additional $100K in education funding under Hogan's proposed budget

    Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed budget would send nearly $100,000 in additional funding from the state to Carroll County Public Schools. Hogan, a Republican, said Tuesday his proposed budget will include about $6.5 billion for K-12 education, a record amount for the state. The governor says the state...

    Carroll County - BS / 1 h. 31 min. ago
  • Maryland leaders will pitch dueling plans for state tax relief ... - Baltimore SunMaryland leaders will pitch dueling plans for state tax relief ... - Baltimore Sun

    Baltimore SunMaryland leaders will pitch dueling plans for state tax relief ...Baltimore SunMaryland Democrats on Tuesday pitched a three-part tax relief plan they say will lower state tax bills for 92 percent of taxpayers and save them as much as $1 billion in unintended tax increases.Maryland Democrats unveil bills to offset changes in federal tax law ...Washington PostMaryland Democrats Outline Response to Federal Tax OverhaulU.S. News & World ReportMaryland Democrats outline response to federal tax overhaul ...Cecil WhigHerald-Mail Mediaall 13 news articles »

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  • 22 state attorneys general fight back against repeal of net neutrality laws22 state attorneys general fight back against repeal of net neutrality laws

    So far, 22 attorneys general have banded together in an effort to block the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of regulations that were put in place to ensure all of the internet is equal and open.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 39 min. ago
  • ACLU threatens suit over Lawyers’ Mall solicitation banACLU threatens suit over Lawyers’ Mall solicitation ban

    ANNAPOLIS – Citing freedom of speech, a civil rights group on Tuesday threatened to sue a Maryland agency if it fails by Feb. 1 to lift a prohibition on solicitations for funds on Lawyers’ Mall, a popular site for political protest with the State House and a statue of  Thurgood Marshall as backdrops. The Department ...

    Maryland Daily Record / 1 h. 41 min. ago
  • Armed robbery suspects sought after exchanging gunfire with Baltimore police at downtown 7-ElevenArmed robbery suspects sought after exchanging gunfire with Baltimore police at downtown 7-Eleven

    Two suspects remained at large late Tuesday after exchanging gunfire with Baltimore police officers during an overnight robbery of a downtown 7-Eleven, then escaping on foot as the officers took cover. The incident, which occurred about 1:10 a.m., rattled the neighborhood as residents heard — and...

    Baltimore Sun / 1 h. 41 min. ago
  • Baltimore police search for 2 robbers after shootoutBaltimore police search for 2 robbers after shootout

    Baltimore City police are searching for two robbers involved in a shootout with officers early Tuesday morning.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 43 min. ago
  • Video: Winter weather advisory could impact Wednesday morning commutesVideo: Winter weather advisory could impact Wednesday morning commutes

    Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmyer says snow should start in Baltimore area around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday and could accumulate enough to impact Wednesday morning commutes.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 1 h. 47 min. ago
  • ACLU of Maryland, African-American caucus challenge ban on raising funds on state grounds - Baltimore SunACLU of Maryland, African-American caucus challenge ban on raising funds on state grounds - Baltimore Sun

    Baltimore SunACLU of Maryland, African-American caucus challenge ban on raising funds on state groundsBaltimore SunThe Department of General Services is bound by the laws and regulations of Maryland.” Jeon wrote that if the state does not stop enforcing the rule by Feb. 1, the ACLU will seek a court injunction. She added that the ACLU has has previously expressed ...Prosecutors, public defender back bail-reform ruleMaryland Daily Recordall 2 news articles »

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  • Chelsea Manning's US Senate bid could upend Maryland race - MyHighPlainsChelsea Manning's US Senate bid could upend Maryland race - MyHighPlains

    MyHighPlainsChelsea Manning's US Senate bid could upend Maryland raceMyHighPlainsBALTIMORE (AP) - Chelsea Manning's high-profile bid for the U.S. Senate threatens to upend the 2018 Maryland Democratic primary. The former U.S. Army private convicted of leaking over 700,000 classified documents has an uphill battle to defeat Sen. Ben ...and more »

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  • Governor's budget proposal sets aside $6.5B for educationGovernor's budget proposal sets aside $6.5B for education

    Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday provided a glimpse of his $17.7 billion state operating budget.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 2 h. ago
  • 7 of the most shocking moments in Winter Olympics history 7 of the most shocking moments in Winter Olympics history

    Ahead of PyeongChang, check out some of the most defining moments of past Winter Olympics.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 2 h. 2 min. ago
  • SHA prepares for upcoming snowSHA prepares for upcoming snow

    It looks like the bulk of the storm will be overnight into Wednesday morning, so there are some concerns tonight about the morning rush.

    Western Maryland | WBAL / 2 h. 6 min. ago
  • Calverton students to move to different building, 2 Baltimore schools close early due to heating problemsCalverton students to move to different building, 2 Baltimore schools close early due to heating problems

    Students at a West Baltimore school that recently experienced extensive heating and plumbing problems will be moving to a different building by early February, district officials said. Calverton Elementary/Middle School was closed to students for much of the first two weeks of 2018 after an extended...

    Baltimore Sun / 2 h. 11 min. ago
  • Chelsea Manning's US Senate bid could upend Maryland raceChelsea Manning's US Senate bid could upend Maryland race

    Chelsea Manning's intention to run for U.S. Senate threatens to upend the 2018 Maryland Democratic primary

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  • Howard County man charged with involuntary manslaughterHoward County man charged with involuntary manslaughter

    A Howard County man has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after a co-worker he struck over the summer died last week. Byron Darnell Powers, 63, of Severn, has been released on $20,000 bond, Howard County Police said Tuesday. He did not have an attorney listed in online court records. Police...

    Baltimore Sun / 2 h. 36 min. ago
  • Study shows Maryland meets goals of cutting health care costs without achieving changes in care deliveryStudy shows Maryland meets goals of cutting health care costs without achieving changes in care delivery

    Maryland’s ambitious program to curb health care spending is meeting that main goal but not transforming how patients are treated. Those are the findings of a study published Tuesday of the state’s hospitals, which operate under a unique federally sanctioned system that U.S. regulators hope will...

    Baltimore Sun / 2 h. 41 min. ago
  • Democrats propose $1B in Md. tax relief, plus estate tax changeDemocrats propose $1B in Md. tax relief, plus estate tax change

    House and Senate Democrats vowed to save Maryland residents from the detrimental effects of a federal tax restructuring.

    Maryland Daily Record / 2 h. 46 min. ago
  • Westminster man charged with assaultWestminster man charged with assault

    A Westminster man was arrested Sunday after allegedly pulling a woman to the floor and punching her. Douglas Eugene Hughes, 54, of the 400 block of Poole Road, was charged with one count of second-degree assault. He was released on his own recognizance the same day, according to electronic court...

    Carroll County - BS / 2 h. 46 min. ago
  • Bulldog FCU becomes first Maryland CU to offer legal pot bankingBulldog FCU becomes first Maryland CU to offer legal pot banking

    Bulldog Federal Credit Union, Hagerstown, Md., this week announced it is prepared to begin offering banking services to Maryland's newly launched medical cannabis industry. David Barrett, president and CEO of the $147 million CU, told Credit Union Journal there are several reasons for Bulldog FCU to make the move, including public safety and responding to the will of the Old Line State's residents.

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  • Md. lawmakers unveil prescription drug-price legislationMd. lawmakers unveil prescription drug-price legislation

    ANNAPOLIS – Looking to curtail high prescription drug prices, Maryland lawmakers announced legislation Tuesday that would require transparency for price increases, create a state commission to review drug prices and eliminate the so-called “gag rule” for pharmacy benefit managers. The announced legislation comes a year after the General Assembly became the first state in the ...

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  • General Assembly leaders ask Hogan to double emergency aid for Baltimore school heating projectsGeneral Assembly leaders ask Hogan to double emergency aid for Baltimore school heating projects

    A bipartisan group of Maryland General Assembly leaders is calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to double the financial aid he pledged for Baltimore school heating projects, money that would come from an emergency fund that the legislators control. Hogan offered the city school system $2.5 million last...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 6 min. ago
  • Carroll County Public Schools Board of Education looking for parent volunteers for redistricting, school closure committeeCarroll County Public Schools Board of Education looking for parent volunteers for redistricting, school closure committee

    Carroll County Public Schools is looking for parent volunteers to take part on the committee looking at redistricting and potential school closures. Five parents will be nominated by the Community Advisory Council, which it is one of six committees of the CCPS Board of Education that serves as...

    Carroll County - BS / 3 h. 6 min. ago
  • Hogan re-election campaign says it has $9M in the bankHogan re-election campaign says it has $9M in the bank

    Gov. Larry Hogan is expected to report having more than $9 million in the bank for his re-election effort when campaign finance reports are filed Wednesday. According to a campaign fundraising memo obtained by The Baltimore Sun, Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford raised a combined $5.4 million...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 11 min. ago
  • Westminster man charged with assault, burglaryWestminster man charged with assault, burglary

    A Westminster man was arrested Monday after he allegedly broke down a door and punched a man. Michael Jhonny Hoyle, 33, of the 300 block of E. Main St., was charged with one count each of third-degree burglary, second-degree assault and malicious destruction of property valued less than $1,000....

    Carroll County - BS / 3 h. 11 min. ago
  • National law firm accused of gender pay gap in $300M suitNational law firm accused of gender pay gap in $300M suit

    When California employment lawyer Dawn Knepper transferred to her law firm’s Orange County office in 2012, she asked to be paid at least as much as a male counterpart with similar seniority whom she’d outscored in billable hours and finding more business. Instead, she says the firm that specializes in defending companies against just these ...

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  • Aberdeen Police seize cocaine, heroin, oxycodone during traffic stopAberdeen Police seize cocaine, heroin, oxycodone during traffic stop

    Officers seized cocaine, heroin and oxycodone during a traffic stop in Aberdeen Monday, the Aberdeen Police Department said. Officers Corey Lightner and Jenna Warden were conducting proactive patrol Monday in the area of New County and Post Road when they stopped a car being driven by Brandon McFadden,...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 16 min. ago
  • After bad 2017, Pandora finally feels some investor loveAfter bad 2017, Pandora finally feels some investor love

    After a year of share-price losses, hedge-fund attacks and analyst criticism, Pandora A/S appears to have made its peace with the market. Chief Executive Officer Anders Colding Friis promised to right past wrongs, pledged hefty investor returns and even managed to draw praise from analysts who had once been caustic in their assessment of his ...

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  • #2 Penn State Live On Flo vs Purdue And Maryland This Weekend - FloWrestling#2 Penn State Live On Flo vs Purdue And Maryland This Weekend - FloWrestling

    FloWrestling#2 Penn State Live On Flo vs Purdue And Maryland This WeekendFloWrestlingNow into the swing of the Big Ten dual meet season, we'll see #2 Penn State in action twice this weekend. Both their Friday match against Purdue and Sunday match at Maryland will be live on Flo. Friday January 19th vs Purdue. Projected Lineups 125: #14 ...

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  • Baltimore officials to consider how to protect statues after vandalism incidentsBaltimore officials to consider how to protect statues after vandalism incidents

    Baltimore parks and historic preservation officials are assessing what can be done to better protect statues and monuments after a string of vandalism incidents. In the latest incident, a statue honoring the national anthem in Patterson Park was found splattered with red paint Monday morning. The...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 46 min. ago
  • Hogan says record school funding, no tax increases in final budget of termHogan says record school funding, no tax increases in final budget of term

    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan previewed the final budget of his four-year term on Tuesday, highlighting that the $44.4 billion plan includes no tax increases, record money for K-12 education and holds tuition increases at Maryland public colleges to 2 percent. The governor declined to say how much...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 56 min. ago
  • ACLU of Maryland, African-American caucus challenge ban on raising funds on state groundsACLU of Maryland, African-American caucus challenge ban on raising funds on state grounds

    The ACLU of Maryland and the Caucus of African American Leaders are threatening legal action over a rule prohibiting the solicitation of donations in a plaza area the State House. The groups say that the state Department of General Services’ regulation barring solicitation on Lawyers Mall violates...

    Baltimore Sun / 3 h. 56 min. ago
  • Prosecutors, public defender back bail-reform ruleProsecutors, public defender back bail-reform rule

    ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s local lead prosecutors and the state’s chief public defender voiced strong support Tuesday for a six-month old rule designed to prevent judicial officers from imposing bail on defendants beyond their financial means, with the prosecution praising an increase in those held without bond and the defense lauding a rise in the percentage ...

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  • Lion Brothers building in Baltimore fully leasedLion Brothers building in Baltimore fully leased

    The historic Lion Brothers building in west Baltimore is completely leased following renovations by developer Cross Street Partners. Spring Garden Lending, Culinary Architecture and Neopol Savory Smokery have all leased space in the building. Spring Garden Lending, which provides short-term real estate loans, already has a small space in the building but will be occupying ...

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    Downtown firm needs top-notch litigation assistant. Requires Min 4 yrs of hands-on lit exp including ability to draft docs, pleadings, etc.

    Maryland Daily Record / 4 h. 42 min. ago
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    Small Pasadena law firm seeks experienced, part-time legal secretary to handle general legal matters.

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  • Aberdeen teen charged with raping girl, 12, in Edgewood last monthAberdeen teen charged with raping girl, 12, in Edgewood last month

    A 17-year-old from the Aberdeen area is charged with rape after allegedly having sex with a 12-year-old girl in Edgewood last month. Atyonne Cinquan Lesesne, who has addresses in the 200 block of Mayberry Drive in Aberdeen and in the 3000 block of East Biddle Street in Baltimore, was arrested Jan....

    Baltimore Sun / 5 h. 11 min. ago
  • Chance of snow in Baltimore area could impact Wednesday commuteChance of snow in Baltimore area could impact Wednesday commute

    A chance of snow in the Baltimore area on Tuesday and Wednesday could cause dangerous driving conditions for Wednesday’s commutes, according to the National Weather Service. Up to an inch of snow could fall on the Interstate 95 corridor, and a few inches are possible north and west of Baltimore,...

    Baltimore Sun / 5 h. 16 min. ago
  • Harford County police blotterHarford County police blotter

    Reports of recent arrests and neighborhood incidents from police agencies serving Harford County. The Harford County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police reports: Aberdeen A shed in the 500 block of South Stepney Road was broken into Thursday. A disorderly woman was knocking on people’s doors...

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  • Maryland Democrats Outline Response To Federal Tax OverhaulMaryland Democrats Outline Response To Federal Tax Overhaul

    Leading lawmakers on Tuesday talked about three measures they plan to make a priority this session to return taxes to residents. Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch says the federal tax overhaul "takes away $680 million in exemptions for Marylanders."

    Maryland News / 5 h. 23 min. ago
  • Maryland Democrats pitch state tax relief plan for 92 percent of residentsMaryland Democrats pitch state tax relief plan for 92 percent of residents

    Maryland Democrats pitched a three-part tax relief plan Tuesday that they say will lower state tax bills for 92 percent of taxpayers and save them as much as $1 billion in unintended tax increases. The state is set to get a huge tax windfall because federal tax changes enacted last year affect the way state taxes are calculated.

    Maryland News / 5 h. 23 min. ago
  • General Assembly Overrides Governor's Veto: Maryland Employers...General Assembly Overrides Governor's Veto: Maryland Employers...

    Last year, we reported that Governor Hogan had vetoed legislation that would have required most employers in Maryland to provide paid sick leave. In one of its first actions in 2018, the General Assembly overrode the Governor's veto of House Bill 1 on January 12, 2018.

    Maryland News / 5 h. 23 min. ago
  • 4 duck hunters, dog rescued from icy Sandy Point4 duck hunters, dog rescued from icy Sandy Point

    Natural Resources Police say they rescued a man and his dog Tuesday morning after their boat became trapped in the ice near Sandy Point State Park. They immediately went back to rescue a boat with three more duck hunters after seeing them stuck in the same spot, according to an NRP spokeswoman....

    Anne Arundel County - BS / 5 h. 46 min. ago
  • Aberdeen accepts offer to purchase former high school buildingAberdeen accepts offer to purchase former high school building

    An offer from Brijesh Patel, of Keyona Investors LLC, to purchase the former Aberdeen High School building for $455,000 has been accepted by Aberdeen city officials. Patel has discussed redeveloping the building at 34 N. Philadelphia Blvd. — adjacent to Festival Park — as an apartment complex and...

    Harford County - BS / 5 h. 51 min. ago
  • Since bail reform, Maryland holding fewer people who can't afford bond, Assembly panel toldSince bail reform, Maryland holding fewer people who can't afford bond, Assembly panel told

    Maryland's judges and its public defender say bail reform adopted last year is working, cutting in half the number of people who are jailed because they can't afford to post bond. In the past, the state’s criminal justice system has held thousands of defendants because they couldn’t afford to pay...

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  • Group stole Hurricane Harvey donations from Maryland Chick-fil-A, officials say - WJLAGroup stole Hurricane Harvey donations from Maryland Chick-fil-A, officials say - WJLA

    Group stole Hurricane Harvey donations from Maryland Chick-fil-A, officials sayWJLAAuthorities say they are trying to identify the last member of a group of suspects who stole a jug of donations for Hurricane Harvey victims from a Maryland Chick-fil-A. The St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office says that five people went into the ...

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  • After roof collapse, Merriweather Post Pavilion plans to open with new roof in time for spring concert seasonAfter roof collapse, Merriweather Post Pavilion plans to open with new roof in time for spring concert season

    After the roof of Merriweather Post Pavilion collapsed on Saturday, the Columbia outdoor music venue said Tuesday that it is planning to open with a new roof in time for its first concert of 2018. Planning for a new roof has begun, with construction to quickly follow, said Audrey Fix Schaefer,...

    Howard County - BS / 6 h. 46 min. ago
  • Edgewood man held without bail on drug trafficking chargesEdgewood man held without bail on drug trafficking charges

    An Edgewood man is being held without bail after police seized drugs, guns and money from his home last week. Gregory P. Wright, 35, of the 1700 block of Crimson Tree Way, was charged Jan. 9 with use of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime, illegal possession of a regulated firearm and ammunition,...

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  • Nonprofit Silver Spring developer has become affiliate of Columbia-based EnterpriseNonprofit Silver Spring developer has become affiliate of Columbia-based Enterprise

    A nonprofit developer based in Silver Spring has become an affiliate of Columbia-based Enterprise Community Investment, a subsidiary of nonprofit affordable-housing organization Enterprise Community Partners. The Silver Spring developer, Community Preservation and Development Corp., owns or has...

    Howard County - BS / 7 h. 6 min. ago
  • Driver Dead, 3 Injured in Maryland Police Chase, Crash - U.S. News & World ReportDriver Dead, 3 Injured in Maryland Police Chase, Crash - U.S. News & World Report

    Driver Dead, 3 Injured in Maryland Police Chase, CrashU.S. News & World ReportAuthorities say one person has died following a police chase culminating in a single-car crash that injured three others in Maryland. Jan. 16, 2018, at 12:27 p.m.. Driver Dead, 3 Injured in Maryland Police Chase, Crash. Share. ×. Share on Facebook ...and more »

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  • Aberdeen IronBirds owners hopeful for "long-term" solution on Ripken Stadium issuesAberdeen IronBirds owners hopeful for "long-term" solution on Ripken Stadium issues

    The owners of the Aberdeen IronBirds hope for a “long-term solution” to the issues that have put them at odds with the City of Aberdeen in recent months, including responsibility for managing events outside baseball season and the proposed sale of the team’s home, Ripken Stadium. “Tufton Professional...

    Harford County - BS / 7 h. 26 min. ago
  • Maryland leaders will pitch dueling plans for state tax reliefMaryland leaders will pitch dueling plans for state tax relief

    Maryland Democrats sketched out a three-part tax relief plan Tuesday that they say will lower state tax bills for 92 percent of taxpayers and save them as much as $1 billion in unintended tax increases. Within hours, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan said he’d push a competing tax proposal — which he...

    Politics - BS / 7 h. 41 min. ago
  • Md. firm launches system connector for utility companiesMd. firm launches system connector for utility companies

    Machfu Inc., an industrial software company based in Germantown, released a new product for energy, water, oil and gas and other companies.

    MDR - Business / 8 h. ago
  • Man dies in single-car crash on Route 152 in Joppa early Sunday; first highway fatality of 2018 in HarfordMan dies in single-car crash on Route 152 in Joppa early Sunday; first highway fatality of 2018 in Harford

    An Odenton man was killed early Sunday morning in a car crash on Mountain Road in Joppa, according to Maryland State Police. The death was the first of 2018 reported on Harford County roads. Jack Kriger, 33, was driving a 1995 Ford Ranger pickup south on Route 152 about 100 yards past Singer Road...

    Harford County - BS / 8 h. 11 min. ago
  • Harford County Council approves Freys Road sewer service resolutionHarford County Council approves Freys Road sewer service resolution

    Harford County Councilman James McMahan went to bat for his fellow senior citizens with his recent vote against a council resolution approving the extension of public sewer service to the 500 block of Freys Road in Edgewood, citing concerns about elderly residents on fixed incomes taking on the...

    Harford County - BS / 8 h. 26 min. ago
  • Crofton veteran suffering from PTSD pleads guilty in murder of girlfriendCrofton veteran suffering from PTSD pleads guilty in murder of girlfriend

    An Iraq War veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder pleaded guilty Tuesday to stabbing his girlfriend to death in Crofton last year. Ryan Hollebon, 39, was charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jhalandia Butler, 28, after he stabbed her more than 50 times inside their home...

    Anne Arundel County - BS / 8 h. 31 min. ago
  • Md. software firm’s new product bridges CRM, phonesMd. software firm’s new product bridges CRM, phones

    3CLogic Inc., a maker of call center software based in Rockville, launched a product to integrate telephony systems with customer relationship management platforms.

    MDR - Business / 8 h. 35 min. ago
  • Glen Burnie: Vice principal utilizes her dance backgroundGlen Burnie: Vice principal utilizes her dance background

    Glen Burnie High School will hold its winter dance concert at 7 p.m. Thursday with snow dates of Jan. 20 and 27. In addition to the school’s usual mélange of dance styles including ballet, modern, jazz, tap and hip hop, the school’s Senior Company had a bit of an unlikely choreographer – the school’s...

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  • One dead, three hurt after police chase starts in Cecil, ends in Havre de GraceOne dead, three hurt after police chase starts in Cecil, ends in Havre de Grace

    One person died and three others, including an Edgewood man, were injured after a driver fled when police tried to stop him Monday night in Cecil County, according to Maryland State Police. The driver then led police on a chase west on Route 40 and across the Hatem Bridge that ended at the intersection...

    Howard County - BS / 8 h. 51 min. ago
  • Edgewood High Hall of Fame seeks nominations for 2018 induction classEdgewood High Hall of Fame seeks nominations for 2018 induction class

    Nominations are being sought for the Class of 2018 that will be inducted into the Edgewood High School Hall of Fame later this year. The Hall of Fame’s committee also has announced the eighth annual induction ceremony will take place on Friday, Oct. 5, on Homecoming Day, at the school. Tentative...

    Harford County - BS / 8 h. 51 min. ago
  • Md. biopesticide maker has deal for new productMd. biopesticide maker has deal for new product

    Certis USA LLC, a maker of biopesticides based in Columbia, has a licensing deal allowing it to make a new product.

    MDR - Business / 9 h. 1 min. ago
  • Maryland Health Care For All! Coalition To Announce Prescription Drug ProposalsMaryland Health Care For All! Coalition To Announce Prescription Drug Proposals

    A coalition focused on health care in Maryland is expected to announce proposals they think will make prescription drug prices cheaper. The Maryland Health Care For All! Coalition will hold a press conference in Annapolis and will also announce radio ads across the state.

    Maryland News / 10 h. 2 min. ago
  • Maryland wrestling takes 2 of 3 weekend dualsMaryland wrestling takes 2 of 3 weekend duals

    Maryland wrestling had a jam-packed weekend, with three away duals and the "Shorty" Hitchcock Memorial Classic. The Terps came away with a 2-1 record in the dual meets, moving their record to 5-7 this season.

    Maryland News / 10 h. 2 min. ago
  • Johns Hopkins philosophy program to get $75M donationJohns Hopkins philosophy program to get $75M donation

    An investor will donate $75 million to Johns Hopkins University's philosophy department in a record-setting gift to the university's humanities programs.

    MDR - Business / 10 h. 3 min. ago
  • Baltimore loses out on nearly $500K in fines for bus lane parkingBaltimore loses out on nearly $500K in fines for bus lane parking

    The city of Baltimore has lost nearly $500,000 in potential fines because it was slow to implement increased penalties for parking in a bus lane.

    MDR - Government / 11 h. 47 min. ago
  • Maryland pastor attacks Trump with VP Pence sitting in front pewMaryland pastor attacks Trump with VP Pence sitting in front pew

    Dr. Maurice Watson, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Largo, Maryland, ripped into Trump's reported negative comments about Haiti and African countries, though he never specifically mentioned Trump's name.

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  • VIDEO: Dr. Maurice Watson, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Largo, Maryland, ripped into Trump's reported negative comments about Haiti and African countries, though he never specifically ...VIDEO: Dr. Maurice Watson, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Largo, Maryland, ripped into Trump's reported negative comments about Haiti and African countries, though he never specifically ...

    VIDEO: Dr. Maurice Watson, pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church in Largo, Maryland, ripped into Trump's reported negative comments about Haiti and African countries, though he never specifically mentioned Trump's name.

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    Washington PostWhen do Maryland gubernatorial candidates have to file campaign ...Washington PostWednesday will be one of the initial big moments of truth in Maryland's 2018 election, with candidates for governor and other state and county offices required to show — for the first time in a year — who has given them money and how much they have ...Republican outside groups take a rare interest in deep-blue MarylandFrederick News PostA Crisis of Confidence In Maryland Schools: Is An Investigator General The Solution?The Kojo Nnamdi Show (press release)all 12 news articles »

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    Baltimore Sun3-point shots: Observations and opinions from Maryland's loss at MichiganBaltimore SunAfter allowing the Spartans to hit 16 of 28 3-point shots in East Lansing 11 days ago and watching the Buckeyes make 17 of 29 in Columbus last week, Maryland didn't do a bad job on the perimeter for most of the game against the Wolverines. While ...Maryland comes up one play short in a game of wild swings at MichiganWashington PostNo. 23 Michigan nips shorthanded Maryland, 68-67Big Ten NetworkTheories on Michigan's sluggish start against MarylandMLive.comThe Michigan Daily -The Diamondback -Detroit Free Pressall 65 news articles »

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  • What's in a name? Howard County's 42nd elementary school becomes Hanover Hills ElementaryWhat's in a name? Howard County's 42nd elementary school becomes Hanover Hills Elementary

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  • Daily arrest report for January 15, 2018Daily arrest report for January 15, 2018

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    Maryland News / 16 h. 57 min. ago
  • Md. lawmakers debate cannabis bill that includes moratorium on licensesMd. lawmakers debate cannabis bill that includes moratorium on licenses

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  • Hogan creates office in response to paid sick leaveHogan creates office in response to paid sick leave

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    PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. - During Sunday's service attended by Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, a pastor at a predominantly black church in Maryland denounced racially charged comments that were allegedly made in reference to Haiti and African nations last week by President Donald Trump, WUSA reported Monday.

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  • No. 23 Michigan barely beats short-handed Maryland 68-67No. 23 Michigan barely beats short-handed Maryland 68-67

    Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman made two free throws with 1.2 seconds left, lifting No. 23 Michigan to a 68-67 win over Maryland

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  • Three injured, one dead in two-car crash Monday in ClarksvilleThree injured, one dead in two-car crash Monday in Clarksville

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  • MLK Day: Protesters criticize Trump as he breaks traditionMLK Day: Protesters criticize Trump as he breaks tradition

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  • 2015 plane crash that killed 3 men linked to open cabin door2015 plane crash that killed 3 men linked to open cabin door

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  • Americans told to plan their funeral before North Korea tripAmericans told to plan their funeral before North Korea trip

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  • Ravens, Orioles Players Share Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes On Social MediaRavens, Orioles Players Share Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes On Social Media

    On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many Ravens, Orioles and other Marylanders have shared moving quotes of King's on social media. "Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that.

    Maryland News / 1 d. 1 h. 41 min. ago
  • Four chicks die when fire guts Darlington chicken house SaturdayFour chicks die when fire guts Darlington chicken house Saturday

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  • Trump denies crude comments, Africa vows diplomatic protestTrump denies crude comments, Africa vows diplomatic protest

    WASHINGTON, U.S. - Despite repeated denials from both himself and his administration, the U.S. President Donald Trump repeated his claim that he is not a racist. The American President

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  • Madeleno, Hettleman to propose $15 minimum wage bill in ... - Washington PostMadeleno, Hettleman to propose $15 minimum wage bill in ... - Washington Post

    Washington PostMadeleno, Hettleman to propose $15 minimum wage bill in ...Washington PostTwo Maryland lawmakers are pushing to raise the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour, joining a national movement that is being embraced by three of the state's Democratic candidates for governor and has already succeeded in Montgomery County and the ...and more »

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  • Annapolis sea-level rise, historic protection plan still in the pipelineAnnapolis sea-level rise, historic protection plan still in the pipeline

    Before she left her post, former chief of cultural preservation Lisa Craig spent four years making a plan. The result, Craig and the Weather It Together team’s Cultural Resource Hazard Mitigation Plan, is a comprehensive roadmap for protecting Annapolis’ historic landmarks and assets against imminent...

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  • Mile Marker software streamlines surgical residency evaluationsMile Marker software streamlines surgical residency evaluations

    Where medical residents once used index cards to track how well they handled their cases, a Baltimore startup wants its software to help change medical education through a data-driven approach. Mile Marker produces software allowing surgical residents and their attending physicians to rate their performance post-procedure providing more instant feedback and significantly reducing the amount of ...

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  • McDaniel students get theater experience in Jan Term classMcDaniel students get theater experience in Jan Term class

    While some spent January on break, others at McDaniel College spent it preparing for five days immersed in theater. Some spent time acting while others worked on light design projects as a part of the college’s Theatre Festival Experience Jan Term class. Students involved in the course have the...

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  • Md.’s WeddingWire expands business with UK web siteMd.’s WeddingWire expands business with UK web site

    Chevy Chase-based WeddingWire launched its website in the United Kingdom, WeddingWire.co.uk, company officials announced Monday. The web site offers free access to a network of more than 11,000 local suppliers, as well as supplier reviews, budget planners and other online tools. Suppliers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland will gain exposure to consumers looking to build their personalized wedding supplier teams. WeddingWire ...

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  • Democrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wageDemocrats, unions launch push for statewide $15 minimum wage

    A coalition of Democrats, union leaders and workers launched a campaign to raise Maryland’s minimum hourly wage to $15 on Monday, saying they chose to do so on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to carry on his message of justice and fairness. They are proposing to reach that wage floor by 2023, a move...

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  • Meade student a finalist for Maryland State Board of Education spotMeade student a finalist for Maryland State Board of Education spot

    Meade High School sophomore Nina Huff has a busy schedule. You might see the 15-year-old slinging concessions at the school’s home football games. Or on the pool deck, where she competes in varsity swimming. She’s a part of the school’s International Baccalaureate magnet program and a part of Superintendent...

    Anne Arundel County - BS / 1 d. 5 h. 41 min. ago
  • Westminster fire under investigationWestminster fire under investigation

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    Carroll County - BS / 1 d. 5 h. 46 min. ago
  • Taylorsville fire causes $20k in damageTaylorsville fire causes $20k in damage

    A Taylorsville fire caused an estimated $20,000 in damage last week. The blaze, which occurred in the 2600 block of W. Liberty Road, was preliminarily deemed accidental due to an electrical fire that started in the kitchen, according to a Notice of Investigation from the Office of the Maryland...

    Carroll County - BS / 1 d. 5 h. 56 min. ago
  • Intel underfoot: Floor sensors rise as retail data sourceIntel underfoot: Floor sensors rise as retail data source

    The next phase in data collection is right under your feet. Online clicks give retailers valuable insight into consumer behavior, but what can they learn from footsteps? It’s a question Milwaukee-based startup Scanalytics is helping businesses explore with floor sensors that track people’s movements. The sensors can also be used in office buildings to reduce ...

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  • Patterson Park statue honoring national anthem is defaced, found sprayed with red paintPatterson Park statue honoring national anthem is defaced, found sprayed with red paint

    A statue paid for with pennies contributed by Baltimore City school children more than a century ago was found sprayed with red paint, according to the executive director of the Friends of Patterson Park. Jennifer Arndt Robinson, of the park friends group, said the a bronze statue of children holding a scroll to commemorate the writing of the Star Spangled Banner had been damaged by paint.

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr. CelebrationMartin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

    Howard County government's MLK Jr. Holiday Commission and various community groups held the annual celebration to honor the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., Sunday evening, January 14, 2018 at Reservoir High School.

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  • Anne Arundel fund helps people transition into addiction treatmentAnne Arundel fund helps people transition into addiction treatment

    Anne Arundel County has created a small fund to help those seeking treatment for their addiction to opioids and other drugs avoid missing out because of short-term insurance issues. Adrienne Mickler, executive director of the county Mental Health Agency, said the county has allocated $43,000 toward...

    Anne Arundel County - BS / 1 d. 7 h. 1 min. ago
  • Chelsea Manning confirms US Senate runChelsea Manning confirms US Senate run

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  • Firefighters battle two Harford apartment fires FridayFirefighters battle two Harford apartment fires Friday

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    Harford County - BS / 1 d. 10 h. 46 min. ago
  • Maryland Health Care Coalition To Announce Proposals On Prescription DrugsMaryland Health Care Coalition To Announce Proposals On Prescription Drugs

    The Maryland Health Care For All! Coalition is preparing to announce proposals that they say will make prescription drugs more affordable for Marylanders. The proposals come after the state became the first to enact a law that protects consumers from generic prescription drug price-gouging.

    Maryland News / 1 d. 11 h. 7 min. ago
  • Aberdeen Police investigate non-fatal stabbing SundayAberdeen Police investigate non-fatal stabbing Sunday

    Aberdeen city police say they are investigating the stabbing of a 19-year-old man Sunday on the city’s east side. Aberdeen Police Department officers were called around 8:50 p.m. to the first block of Liberty Street, where they found the victim suffering from a single stab wound to the back, according...

    Harford County - BS / 1 d. 11 h. 21 min. ago
  • Daily arrest report for January 14, 2018Daily arrest report for January 14, 2018

    The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit. For more information, visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website.

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  • Multi-faith group takes 'Journey to Peace' in honor of Dr. King at Harford synagogueMulti-faith group takes 'Journey to Peace' in honor of Dr. King at Harford synagogue

    Alone, they were single battery-operated candles in each person’s hands, but placed together in a vase, they made “a shining beacon for all to see,” Stu Needel said. The candles, which produced an orange electronic “flame,” had been distributed to the Christian, Jewish and Muslim participants in...

    Harford County - BS / 1 d. 13 h. 46 min. ago
  • For Howard's water mains, a season of bad breaks arrivesFor Howard's water mains, a season of bad breaks arrives

    With an unusually cold holiday season and start to the new year, the county has had a larger than usual number of water main breaks, with about 500 households and businesses affected in one three-day span. The county received calls for 18 ruptures between Jan. 5 and Jan. 8 when temperatures plunged...

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  • Heated words over freezing schools in Baltimore: What's true?Heated words over freezing schools in Baltimore: What's true?

    Baltimore City Public Schools had to close several schools due to freezing conditions. Gov. Larry Hogan blamed mismanagement with capital funding; school officials blamed the state funding process. Both have a point.

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    Alissa J. Santoro hit the ground running after being named the Greater Crofton Chamber of Commerce’s new executive director. Since Santoro took over in November 2017, she has been busy planning events for 2018 for GCCC members as well as generating ways to give back to the community. “In eight...

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  • Remembering Ex-Rep. Marjorie Holt: A Conservative Woman Politician Before It Was CoolRemembering Ex-Rep. Marjorie Holt: A Conservative Woman Politician Before It Was Cool

    The memorable axiom from Faith Whittlesey, President Reagan's Ambassador to Switzerland, was heard frequently throughout Maryland January 7. It was in reference to Marjorie Holt, Maryland's first-ever Republican woman in Congress, who died that day at age 97. "Marjorie," as just about everyone from the U.S. Capitol to her Anne Arundel County district called her, was conservative before it was cool. At a time when the Republican Party in the Free State was dominated by more moderate leaders, Holt was an outspoken conservative on issues from abortion to school busing to national defense.

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  • Broadneck Baptist Church reflects on MLK's speechesBroadneck Baptist Church reflects on MLK's speeches

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  • FCC investigates Hawaii's false missile alarm debacleFCC investigates Hawaii's false missile alarm debacle

    HAWAII, U.S. - After sending an entire state in shock, something that they are yet to emerge from, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has investigated how a false missile alert was sent to

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  • Trump locks horns with Wall Street Journal over North KoreaTrump locks horns with Wall Street Journal over North Korea

    WASHINGTON, U.S. - In his ongoing rant against the country’s media or what he calls the fake news media, the U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday locked horns with the Wall Street Journal -

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  • Trump thrashes DACA after DREAMers allowed to renew permitsTrump thrashes DACA after DREAMers allowed to renew permits

    WASHINGTON, U.S. - On Sunday, the U.S. Government announced that based on a federal court order, it would again begin processing applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

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  • Chelsea Manning files to run for US Senate in Maryland against Sen. CardinChelsea Manning files to run for US Senate in Maryland against Sen. Cardin

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  • Daily arrest report for January 13, 2018Daily arrest report for January 13, 2018

    The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit. For more information, visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website.

    Carroll County - BS / 2 d. 10 h. 53 min. ago
  • Melissa Ellis is first to file for Anne Arundel school board electionMelissa Ellis is first to file for Anne Arundel school board election

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  • Appeal of juvenile life sentences could affect 1987 Pasadena murder caseAppeal of juvenile life sentences could affect 1987 Pasadena murder case

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    Anne Arundel County - BS / 2 d. 13 h. 51 min. ago
  • Naval Academy grad to run as Democratic candidate for delegate in District 30ANaval Academy grad to run as Democratic candidate for delegate in District 30A

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    Anne Arundel County - BS / 2 d. 19 h. 51 min. ago
  • Chelsea Manning files for US Senate bid in MarylandChelsea Manning files for US Senate bid in Maryland

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  • Roof of Columbia music venue Merriweather Post Pavilion collapsesRoof of Columbia music venue Merriweather Post Pavilion collapses

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  • Shepard Service Center hopes to 'propel everything forward' for families with car giveawayShepard Service Center hopes to 'propel everything forward' for families with car giveaway

    Victoria Daniels and Tim Saffell have a few things in common: Both of them are veterans living in Maryland, and both of them have struggled to secure consistent transportation while they take care of their families. After Saturday, with the support of local donors, Daniels and Saffell have one...

    Carroll County - BS / 3 d. 3 h. 16 min. ago
  • Hawaii spooked: No missile threat despite shocking alertHawaii spooked: No missile threat despite shocking alert

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  • Police search for a fisherman who may have fallen through ice at Patapsco Valley State ParkPolice search for a fisherman who may have fallen through ice at Patapsco Valley State Park

    Maryland Natural Resources police continued searching Saturday for a fisherman who may have fallen through ice at Patapsco Valley State Park, a department spokeswoman said. Around 4:40 p.m. Friday, visitors taking pictures at the park saw a hole in the ice on the Patapsco River below Daniels Dam,...

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  • Feds: American bribed Russian official for nuclear contractsFeds: American bribed Russian official for nuclear contracts

    Federal authorities have accused a Maryland man of bribing a Russian atomic energy official to help secure contracts for transporting nuclear fuel

    ABCNews.com / 3 d. 8 h. 47 min. ago
  • Daily arrest report for January 12, 2018Daily arrest report for January 12, 2018

    The following is the daily intake report for the Carroll County Detention Center provided by the Central Booking Unit. For more information, visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search website.

    Carroll County - BS / 3 d. 9 h. 2 min. ago
  • Matthew's Law: Turning grief over a boatyard death into action in AnnapolisMatthew's Law: Turning grief over a boatyard death into action in Annapolis

    Matthew McHale loaded into his recently purchased Toyota truck and headed into an evening of work. McHale worked at Prestige Yacht Management in Annapolis. On Nov. 5, 2016, he was tasked with winterizing a few boats. A routine job, he set to work on one of the boats. It already had been shrink-wrapped,...

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  • Sponsor of Md.’s new paid sick leave law wants delay in implementationSponsor of Md.’s new paid sick leave law wants delay in implementation

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  • Sexual misconduct allegations topple many state lawmakersSexual misconduct allegations topple many state lawmakers

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  • Second annual Baltimore Women's March to be held next weekSecond annual Baltimore Women's March to be held next week

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  • Maryland Senate overrides Hogan veto of bill barring college admissions from asking about arrestsMaryland Senate overrides Hogan veto of bill barring college admissions from asking about arrests

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  • Maryland lawmakers, Mayor Pugh, Gov. Hogan condemn Trump's comments on immigrantsMaryland lawmakers, Mayor Pugh, Gov. Hogan condemn Trump's comments on immigrants

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  • Howard churches learning how to deal with the 'unthinkable,' a gun attackHoward churches learning how to deal with the 'unthinkable,' a gun attack

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    Howard County - BS / 4 d. 4 h. 51 min. ago
  • Maryland adds Talbot County enterprise zoneMaryland adds Talbot County enterprise zone

    A historic village in Talbot County that developed around fishing, boatyards and marinas is the latest area designated as an enterprise zone by the state. The new enterprise zone in the Village of Tilghman consists of the village center, roughly 85 acres and a pair of waterfront properties. The designation provides access to property and ...

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    Since her diagnosis with stage 4 breast cancer in June 2014, Maggie Kudirka, 26, of Ellicott City, has organized a dance concert. A professional ballet dancer, Kudirka hosts it for a variety of reasons, from raising cancer awareness to helping with medical bills, but most importantly, for herself....

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  • Duct tape, PVC pipe and ingenuity make sports accessible at Cedar Lane SchoolDuct tape, PVC pipe and ingenuity make sports accessible at Cedar Lane School

    Swoosh. The basketball falls through the hoop and the gym erupts in cheers. Rose Birrane, 15, has just made the first basket of the day in Jody Duff’s ninth grade P.E. class at Cedar Lane School in Fulton. Rose had a wide smile as the foam basketball launched from a catapult she activated by pulling...

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  • Poll: Maryland residents back State Center redevelopmentPoll: Maryland residents back State Center redevelopment

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