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  • Judicial discipline panel recommends removal of Baltimore chief judge

    Judicial discipline panel recommends removal of Baltimore chief judge

    A state panel on judicial discipline has recommended that Baltimore’s chief judge be removed from his position and not be permitted to serve as a judge in any jurisdiction in the state — the “strongest possible sanction” — according to a decision posted Wednesday. The Commission on Judicial Disabilities,...

  • Victims killed in Edgewood office park shooting identified

    Victims killed in Edgewood office park shooting identified

    Police confirmed the identities of three people killed in a workplace shooting in Edgewood Wednesday morning: Bayarsaikhan Tudev, 53, with a last known address in Va.; Jose Hidalgo Romero, 34, with a last known address of Aberdeen, Md.; and Enis Mrvoljak, 48, with an address in Dundalk, Md. Two...

  • Rosemont man sentenced to 50 years in killing over tampered BGE meter

    Rosemont man sentenced to 50 years in killing over tampered BGE meter

    A 33-year-old man from Rosemont was sentenced Tuesday to 50 years in prison in the killing last year of a Baltimore barber over a tampered Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. meter. A Baltimore jury found Andre Mosby guilty of second-degree murder after a three-day trial last month. In addition, he...

  • New website will let Maryland consumers compare hospital rates for the first time

    New website will let Maryland consumers compare hospital rates for the first time

    A knee replacement at Medstar Harbor Hospital will cost a patient $37,225 on average, while the same procedure at University of Maryland Shore Medical System at Easton costs $22,687. Patients will pay $20,010 on average for a hysterectomy at Johns Hopkins Hospital but only $11,691 to have it done...

  • Police identify four who died in Md. 31 crash

    Police identify four who died in Md. 31 crash

    Three Carroll residents under 21 years old — one of whom was pregnant — were among the four killed Tuesday afternoon in a crash on Md. 31 in Westminster that authorities said involved excessive speeding by one of the vehicles involved. Law enforcement released the names of those involved in the...

  • Planet Fitness opens 29th Md. gym in Towson

    Planet Fitness opens 29th Md. gym in Towson

    Planet Fitness has opened a gym in Towson, its 29th location in Maryland. A franchisee, Planet Fitness Growth Partners LLC, will operate the fitness center at 6879 Loch Raven Blvd. in the Hillendale Shopping Center. Through Friday, new members can join for a $1 down payment and $19 a month. The...

  • Aldi will reopen remodeled store in Glen Burnie on Friday

    Aldi will reopen remodeled store in Glen Burnie on Friday

    Discount grocer Aldi will reopen a remodeled store Friday in Glen Burnie as part of the chain’s $18 million plan to remodel and expand its Baltimore-area locations. The company, which operates more than 1,600 stores in 35 states, plans to renovate more than 1,300 U.S. stores by 2020, a $1.6 billion...

  • Foundation Fighting Blindness gets new CEO

    Foundation Fighting Blindness gets new CEO

    The Foundation Fighting Blindness announced Wednesday that it has named Benjamin Yerxa as its new CEO, effective immediately. The Columbia-based foundation funds research for treatments and cures for inherited retinal diseases. It currently funds more than 150 researchers across the globe. Officials...

  • Records: Suspect in Harford Co., Delaware shootings has criminal record, history of workplace violence

    Records: Suspect in Harford Co., Delaware shootings has criminal record, history of workplace violence

    Radee L. Prince, who allegedly killed three co-workers and wounded two others at his Harford County workplace before driving to Delaware and shooting a sixth victim Wednesday, has a long criminal history in both states and a record of workplace violence, according to court records and law enforcement...

  • More than 40 percent of Maryland children experience traumatic events

    More than 40 percent of Maryland children experience traumatic events

    More than four out of 10 children in Maryland have experienced a traumatic event such as the death or incarceration of a parent, or a drug addiction or mental health problem of a family member, according to a new analysis of national data. Nationally, the so-called adverse childhood experiences,...

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