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  • Ray Lewis has a new bourbon, and Trump and Pence are getting the first bottles

    Ray Lewis has a new bourbon, and Trump and Pence are getting the first bottles

    When former Ravens great Ray Lewis visited President-elect Donald Trump last month in New York, speculation arose of what was discussed. They talked about issues in America’s inner cities, Lewis later said. Maybe bourbon came up, too. The first product from Lewis’ new alcohol company, the North...

  • As tax season approaches, regulators warn of fraud and identity theft

    As tax season approaches, regulators warn of fraud and identity theft

    As more taxpayers turn to online filing services and criminals become more sophisticated, regulators say they must balance the desire to get refund checks out quickly with the need to combat tax fraud. "The quicker you are on paying refunds, the greater the risk of not finding fraud," said Rod J....

  • Hogan proposes Maryland government ethics reforms

    Hogan proposes Maryland government ethics reforms

    Following allegations of ethical lapses by state lawmakers, Gov. Larry Hogan proposed a broad package of reforms Thursday, saying, "We cannot allow a culture of corruption to take root." Standing on the steps of the State House, Hogan announced legislation that would more clearly prohibit members...

  • Former Va. Tech student asks judge to bar confession in killing

    Former Va. Tech student asks judge to bar confession in killing

    ROANOKE, Va. — A judge will consider whether to bar from trial the confession of a former Laurel resident and Virginia Tech student in connection with the slaying lastt year of a 13-year-old girl. According to news outlets, Judge Robert Turk said Wednesday that he'll review lawyers' briefs and...

  • Norwegian missile maker to open plant at Navy facility in Indian Head

    Norwegian missile maker to open plant at Navy facility in Indian Head

    A Norwegian missile manufacturer announced plans Thursday to open a production facility for rocket motors and warheads at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head in Charles County, creating 130 jobs over the next five years. The Nammo Group's Nammo Energetics Indian Head is partnering with...

  • Chase Brexton hires new president and CEO

    Chase Brexton hires new president and CEO

    Chase Brexton Health Care announced Thursday that it has hired a new president and CEO two months after the last person to head the community health center left amid a contentious unionization effort and badly strained relations between management and employees. The Baltimore-based health center...

  • In Baltimore County executive race, Democrats raise big money

    In Baltimore County executive race, Democrats raise big money

    Three Democrats who may vie to replace Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz in 2018 have combined to raise more than $1.2 million in the past year, according to new campaign finance reports. County Councilwoman Vicki Almond raised $244,000 to bring her available cash to more than $483,000,...

  • Maryland could lose billions in federal funding if ACA is repealed

    Maryland could lose billions in federal funding if ACA is repealed

    The repeal of Obamacare could cost the State of Maryland nearly $2 billion in Medicaid funding for more than 260,000 people, state legislative analysts told lawmakers Thursday. Hospitals could lose an additional $2.3 billion, the analysts told the House Health and Government Operations Committee....

  • State's Attorney Mosby raised $23k over past year, records show

    State's Attorney Mosby raised $23k over past year, records show

    Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby raised about $23,000 over the past year for a potential 2018 re-election campaign in which she could face a handful of challengers. Mosby has not responded to requests for comment about whether she will seek re-election, but records show she raised $22,975...

  • Goucher College president forgoes raise, agrees to contract extension

    Goucher College president forgoes raise, agrees to contract extension

    Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen has agreed to lead the small, liberal arts college in Towson for five more years. Goucher announced Thursday that Bowen has agreed to a new contract and will continue his work as the college's 11th president through June 2022. Bowen requested to forgo...

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