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A recent article reported a serious problem in the implementation of Maryland's agricultural nutrient management program, which was designed to help protect the Chesapeake and coastal bays from agricultural pollution by requiring farmers to submit...
Tags: Judges, Punishment, Justice System
The Baltiore SunThe NFL has made a ruling on cornerback Cary Williams' actions during the Super Bowl. Williams got in a fight with San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller, repeatedly punching him in the second quarter when players from both teams fought on the field....
The Harford County Liquor Control Board levied fines Wednesday against five businesses, four of which were found to have illegally sold alcohol to minors. The businesses failed to accurately check proof of age during a sting operation on Dec. 10 and 11....
As large-scale poultry farmers are required to do, Alan Hudson of Berlin filed a plan last year with Maryland environmental regulators spelling out how he intended to prevent manure from his flocks from fouling the Chesapeake Bay. Hudson had hired a...
The Baltimore SunBlunt in nature and possessing a long memory, Ravens free safety Ed Reed isn't shy about expressing his opinions. And the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year remains upset about being fined more than $100,000 for hits deemed illegal by the league...
Thanks to Tim Wheeler for his article, "Turbines in the Wind" (Jan 28). The wind industry in Western Maryland is just the latest in the litany of industries despoiling their natural resources and landscapes. First, the timber industry denuded the...
Tags: Punishment, Agriculture, Metal and Mineral, Mining
The lawyers of Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold concede that he used poor judgment ("Leopold not guilty on one misconduct count," Jan. 25). The same could be said of embezzlers, identity thieves and other convicted criminals. The use of public...
Tags: Punishment, Public Officials, Government
Because Aberdeen city manager Doug Miller wants to give the city's elected officials more room to be involved in community activities than what state-mandated ethics regulations allow, the city council postponed a vote on a bill to amend its ethics...
Tags: Values, Punishment, Public Officials, Elections, Mike Bennett
The Baltimore SunRavens strong safety Bernard Pollard has been fined $15,250 for unnecessary roughness by the NFL, according to league spokesman Corry Rush. Pollard was fined for striking an opponent in the head and neck area. Specifically, he drew a 15-yard...
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...
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...
Catonsville developer Steve W. Whalen Jr. pleaded guilty Thursday in Baltimore County Circuit Court to five counts of election-law violations for illegally funneling money to a county councilman's campaign and exceeding political contribution limits....
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