Cautioning that there likely would never be enough money to fix Maryland's heroin problem, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford said Tuesday that a state task force recommends an expansion of treatment and prevention efforts to begin addressing it.
The Baltimore-Washington area will participate in a $2.5 million White House initiative announced Monday to combat a persistent rise in heroin deaths over recent years.
The deal was struck, as so many are, over lunch at the Center Club. This time though, the private downtown club was both setting and subject of the $400,000 transaction.
Georgia and Dimitrios Trikoulis worked multiple jobs at times, she as a teacher, he at Bethlehem Steel and now at the helm of his Greek Town Bakery on Eastern Avenue.
Byron Haskins recently tried to outsmart the Baltimore Beltway traffic that bedevils his commute between home in Cockeysville and work at the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn. Slipping onto a series of surface streets, he made it as far as Northern Parkway.
With U.S. Treasury officials committing to a putting a woman on a redesigned $10 bill, a front-runner for that numismatic honor appears to be Maryland's own Harriet Tubman.
George W. Huguely V., who is serving a 23-year prison sentence for killing Yeardley Love, his ex-girlfriend and fellow University of Virginia lacrosse player, has appealed his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.
City officials who for years have tried to close liquor stores located in residential neighborhoods have a new incentive at their disposal: the interest-free loans available to businesses damaged in the rioting that followed Freddie Gray's April 27 funeral.