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  • Owings Mills man sentenced to prison in bank fraud scheme

    Owings Mills man sentenced to prison in bank fraud scheme

    An Owings Mills man who led a bank fraud scheme stealing credit card information from 200 victims was sentenced to over five years in federal prison Thursday, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Baltimore. Tariq Hicks, 48, conspired with several other defendants to defraud financial institutions...

  • Fells Point bar One-Eyed Mike's auctioned for $1.25 million

    Fells Point bar One-Eyed Mike's auctioned for $1.25 million

    One-Eyed Mike's, the Fells Point bar known for its vast Grand Marnier Club, was auctioned for $1.25 million Thursday morning. And although longtime owner Mike Maraziti is bowing out, the Grand Marnier Club is there to stay. The building and business at 708 S. Bond St. sold to Susan Hormozi, a Towson...

  • Wal-Mart brings its mobile pay program to Maryland

    Wal-Mart brings its mobile pay program to Maryland

    Wal-Mart Stores on Wednesday launched an additional payment option on its smartphone app for consumers to use in its Maryland stores. The program, called Walmart Pay, is an addition to the retailer's existing mobile app. Wal-Mart has been rolling out the program, called Walmart Pay over the past...

  • Most Maryland university system presidents get raises

    Most Maryland university system presidents get raises

    Leadership at 11 of the 12 University System of Maryland institutions will be getting raises in the coming fiscal year, most of no more than 3.5 percent. The Daily Record reports that University of Maryland, College Park President Wallace Loh will get the largest increase of 14 percent, bringing...

  • Secretary of Defense Ash Carter: Military repeals ban on transgender service

    Secretary of Defense Ash Carter: Military repeals ban on transgender service

    Transgender people can now openly serve in the U.S. Military, ending one of the last bans on service in the armed forces, Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced at the Pentagon Thursday afternoon.  “Americans who want to serve, and who can meet our standards, should be afforded the opportunity...

  • Maryland graduates can now get a certificate of biliteracy

    Maryland graduates can now get a certificate of biliteracy

    In the future, Maryland's graduating seniors may be able to get a seal of biliteracy attached to their diplomas. A law that goes into effect on July 1 sets up a system for graduates who achieve a certain degree of proficiency in at least one foreign language to have a seal attached to their diploma....

  • Maryland delegates and Baltimore NAACP voice support for Marilyn Mosby

    Maryland delegates and Baltimore NAACP voice support for Marilyn Mosby

    State and city leaders voiced support for State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby on Thursday as she faced a stream of criticism in the days after Officer Caesar Goodson Jr. was acquitted of all charges related to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. Since the verdict was issued by Baltimore judge Barry...

  • Taylor Farms to add 150 jobs in Howard County

    Taylor Farms to add 150 jobs in Howard County

    Howard County-based Taylor Farms will add 150 jobs to expand its produce packaging and distribution operations. The company, which grows and packages salad mixes and healthy snacks, has had manufacturing operations in Annapolis Junction since 2004 and employs nearly 500 workers in the state. "It's...

  • Coastal bays program: hotel removed protected nests

    Coastal bays program: hotel removed protected nests

    The Maryland Coastal Bays Program says 14 migratory bird nests that included 40 gull eggs were illegally removed from a hotel in Ocean City. Media outlets report that in late May, the manager of the Comfort Inn on the Ocean City boardwalk ordered maintenance staff to remove the nests from the roof....

  • Hedwin layoffs to begin in August

    Hedwin layoffs to begin in August

    The Hedwin division of Zacros America Inc. notified the state Thursday it expects layoffs at its Baltimore plant to begin at the end of August, with the facility closing in June 2017. The layoffs have been anticipated for nearly two years, since Hedwin was purchased by a Japanese firm at a bankruptcy...

  • Maryland has 1,000 fewer correctional guards than it needs, union says

    Maryland has 1,000 fewer correctional guards than it needs, union says

    The union that represents correctional officers at Maryland prisons charged Thursday that the state needs 1,000 more guards to be fully staffed. Several dozen AFSCME members and officials gathered outside the Dorsey Run Correctional Facility in Jessup for a news conference at which they blamed...

  • Maryland Zoo welcomes pelicans to penguin exhibit

    Maryland Zoo welcomes pelicans to penguin exhibit

    The Maryland Zoo welcomed three new pink-backed pelicans Thursday as an addition to its Penguin Coast exhibit. Plato, Penelope and Pandora will live alongside the Zoo's 66 African penguins and four white-breasted cormorants. The eight-month-old pelicans were hatched at Disney's Animal Kingdom in...

  • Water quality advisory issued for Bethany, Dewey beaches

    Water quality advisory issued for Bethany, Dewey beaches

    BETHANY BEACH, Del. (AP) — Delaware officials have issued a water quality advisory for Bethany Beach and Dewey Beach at Dagsworthy Street. Media outlets report that the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control issued the advisory for Wednesday and Thursday, citing bacteria levels...

  • 'Active shooter' report at military base was false alarm

    'Active shooter' report at military base was false alarm

    The military base outside Washington where the presidential plane Air Force One is stationed was temporarily locked down Thursday after an "active shooter" report that turned out to be a false alarm. The report stemmed from someone who made a distress call after seeing security forces doing a routine...

  • Sales rise in second quarter after McCormick acquisitions

    Sales rise in second quarter after McCormick acquisitions

    Consumer demand for healthier foods helped boost sales and profits for McCormick & Co. Inc. during the second quarter, the Sparks-based spice maker said Thursday. Sales rose 4 percent to $1.06 billion in the three months that ended May 31, compared with $1.02 billion in its second quarter of 2015....

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