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A negotiated agreement announced Monday morning between Baltimore County government and the owners of the Recher Theatre on York Road absolves the theater of all responsibility for the late-September crowd disturbances in downtown Towson. The...
Tags: Kevin Kamenetz, Punishment, Towson
As Harford County's law enforcement officials consider whether to start using cameras to enforce speed limits in school zones, they'd do well to consider not only the embarrassing experience of Baltimore City's speed camera program, but also the mixed...
As criticism of Baltimore's speed camera system mounted for a second day Monday, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she would not tolerate a single erroneous ticket issued by the cameras under her administration. "We need to make sure we're...
A Baltimore County judge has agreed to a five-day unpaid suspension, admitting that he was wrong to summarily find 28 people in contempt for courtroom disruptions — including two dozen fined and threatened with jail time after their cellphones...
Tags: Judges, Prisons, Punishment, Cell Phones, Justice System
Key lawmakers say that Maryland's speed camera law will get a hard look during the coming General Assembly session and that changes are likely. In the wake of problems exposed in Baltimore's program, a House committee chair also said that city leaders...
The Baltimore SunWith Ravens free safety Ed Reed being fined $55,000 for his unnecessary roughness penalty stemming from a hit on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, coach John Harbaugh opined that there's still room for improvement in the NFL's discipline...
The Baltimore SunRavens Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata said he hasn't been fined by the NFL at this point for a roughing the passer infraction stemming from his crushing hit on Washington Redskins star rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III. Typically, players...
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....
Tags: Perry Hall, Elections, Lawyers, Local Elections, Jay Graham
Federal prosecutors in Maryland hauled in almost $25 million owed to the U.S. government and victims of federal crimes in the most recent fiscal year, the U.S. Attorney's Office said. The office said it collected $11 million in criminal cases, mostly as...
Tags: Criminals, Prosecution, Lawyers, Rod J. Rosenstein, Punishment
I read with interest your article about Catonsville developer Steve Whalen Jr., who pleaded guilty to five counts of election-law violations for illegally funneling money to a Baltimore County councilman's reelection campaign ("Builder admits illegal...
Tags: Barack Obama, Catonsville, Trials, Prosecution, Elections
AAA Mid-Atlantic says Baltimore's speed camera "nightmare" was one of the transportation lows of 2012, though the driver advocacy group credited a similar program run by the State Highway Administration with helping to improve safety in construction...
The Harford County Liquor Control Board accepted fines last week from three restaurants that sold alcohol to minors and approved the closure of an Aberdeen hotel's restaurant and nightclub. Three eateries paid fines for liquor violations totaling $2,...
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