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Baltimore City said Tuesday that it will throw out more than 6,000 speed and red-light camera tickets because its former contractor has stopped showing up in court to defend them — the latest sign of the dysfunction dogging Baltimore's speed...
Black scuff marks line the staircase at 922 N. Charles St., left there by frustrated tenants kicking the wall in a vain attempt to make their neighbor, the Museum Restaurant and Lounge, quiet down. Most nights, tenants say, the sound of DJs hyping up...
New laws passed by the Maryland General Assembly late last week would put stricter penalties and an element of public shaming behind the state's open-meetings laws. State lawmakers said public officials have been able to flout the rules without...
Renovations on the site at 5648 Southwestern Blvd. that had once housed Southwest Video and Adult Boutique have been brought to a halt as of April 8 after the county fined the owners for not having the required permits. "They failed to obtain permits...
The Baltimore SunBaltimore-bashing is nothing new in Annapolis, whether from representatives of rural counties or the Washington suburbs who believe the city gets more than its fair share of state resources. But when it comes to the city’s well-publicized speed...
State auditors found widespread problems at Baltimore's liquor agency in a review made public Wednesday, accusing regulators of failing to follow state law in awarding licenses, prematurely closing 311 complaints and handling inspections inconsistently....
I spent my first morning of spring break sitting in traffic court fighting a speed camera ticket. Good times all around, especially when you consider the great problems the city has had with its speed camera system. More than 25 drivers gathered in...
Tags: Punishment, Judges, Justice System, Roland Park
A Harford County judge increased bail this week for a man that the judge pointed out couldn't pay a court fine of $82.50, but had enough money to buy alcohol and cigarettes. Isaac B. Bodden, 21, of the 800 block of Hayden Way in Bel Air, was charged...
The Baltimore SunHolding court inside the Ravens' locker room Thursday, veteran free safety Ed Reed was in no hurry to head toward the exit door. Reed is following a similar unrushed, stress-free approach toward addressing his uncertain future with the team after 11...
Baltimore's speed and red light camera system has experienced a near-complete shutdown during what city officials are calling a problematic transition to a new contractor, records show, and the new vendor says it could take four months to get its system...
Tags: Punishment, Government, Public Officials, Parkville, AAA
The controversy over whether to change Maryland's three-year-old speed camera law arrived in Annapolis Tuesday, with some lawmakers calling for accountability and the State Highway Administration touting the value of its program. State Highway...
In the next few days, the NFL will announce any disciplinary action relating to last weekend's first playoff round, which means that there will likely be another big wire transfer headed from Baltimore to the league's central office in New York. If so,...
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