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  • First Shining a Light on Recovery program held in Bel Air

    First Shining a Light on Recovery program held in Bel Air
    Despite threatening weather, an estimated 250 people attended Saturday evening's "Shining a Light on Recovery," a free family event and candlelight vigil held in Bel Air's Shamrock Park to raise awareness of substance abuse. Sponsored by The Albert P....
  • Ravens release Ray Rice after new video surfaces

    Ravens release Ray Rice after new video surfaces
    The Ravens are standing by Ray Rice no longer. After months of publicly supporting the much-maligned running back, the Ravens terminated Rice’s contract Monday afternoon on the same day video surfaced of him striking his then-fiancee, Janay...
  • Neverdon loses again as he strives for place on November ballot

    Neverdon loses again as he strives for place on November ballot
    Veteran defense attorney Russell A. Neverdon Sr. has lost another battle in his effort to get his name on the November ballot as a candidate for Baltimore state's attorney. Baltimore Circuit Judge Martin P. Welch ruled against Neverdon on Tuesday in...
  • Westport development saga to continue in bankruptcy court

    Westport development saga to continue in bankruptcy court
    Developer Patrick Turner again put off possible foreclosure on the South Baltimore waterfront he wants to redevelop as the parties agreed Monday in backruptcy court to an Oct. 24 hearing on all matters in the case. The delay gives Turner's Inner Harbor...
  • WaPo series looks at cash seized by police during car stops

    This week, the Washington Post is running a series on how police work to seize cash during car stops without a warrant or making an arrest -- and data compiled by the paper suggests Baltimore City and Baltimore County police are among the biggest...
  • Finally, outrage over Rice assault [Commentary]

    Finally, outrage over Rice assault [Commentary]
    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and the Baltimore Ravens have been taking a great deal of heat for their lenient treatment of running back Ray Rice for punching his then fiancée (now wife) in February 2014. Now, with the video of the actual assault...
  • 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' recap, 'Guilt Trip'

    'Real Housewives of New Jersey' recap, 'Guilt Trip'
    Grab your business suit and briefcase, because It’s trial time in New Jersey. In this episode, Teresa G. deals with her trial on charges of mortgage fraud. Prior to the trial, we see her praying for God’s protection. After the trial, her...
  • Doctor had trail of troubles before assault accusations exposed past rape conviction

    Doctor had trail of troubles before assault accusations exposed past rape conviction
    Amber English was looking for a new job when her mother said their neighbor, the silver-haired doctor, was hiring. Then 26, English started as a medical assistant for Dr. William Dando in the spring of 2012, helping him with laser surgeries and other...
  • U.S. appeals court to look again at cellphone location data

    U.S. appeals court to look again at cellphone location data
    A federal appeals court in Atlanta has agreed to reconsider a ruling by three of its judges that police need a warrant to collect cell tower location information about suspects — an issue that is central to a separate appeal in a Baltimore robbery...
  • Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti writes in letter, 'we let you down' in handling Rice incident

    Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti writes in letter, 'we let you down' in handling Rice incident
    Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti is sending the following letter to Ravens personal seat license holders, suite owners and sponsors in response to the team's handling of the Ray Rice incident:   Sept. 9, 2014 Dear Ravens Stakeholder: You deserve an...
  • Silk Road drug dealer gets six years prison

    Silk Road drug dealer gets six years prison
    A federal judge imposed a six-year sentence Friday on Jacob Theodore George IV, who sold heroin on the online drug bazaar Silk Road. George, 33, an Edgewood man with a history of arrests, drug abuse and mental health problems, apologized to the judge. He...
  • Cold case thaws as Baltimore man is indicted in 1981 murder

    Cold case thaws as Baltimore man is indicted in 1981 murder
    DNA recovered from a blanket taken from a crime scene decades ago has helped prosecutors bring charges against a Baltimore man they say raped and killed a 75-year-old woman in 1981. Phillip D. Lee, 55, is charged with first-degree murder and first-degree...