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  • Developer reviving big housing project in W MD?

    Developer reviving big housing project in W MD?
    A controversial big housing development in western Maryland that was reported last fall to be shelved apparently has new life. Terrapin Run, which sparked lawsuits and legislation to strengthen the state's Smart Growth laws, is back on track, Columbia...
  • Getty reiterates concern for redistricting case; commissioners will get expense estimate

    State Sen. Joe Getty (R-Dist 5) this week reiterated his concerns about a Maryland Court of Appeals filing by three commissioners and three delegates to challenge the state legislative redistricting — saying that he believes use of the county...
  • Henson found guilty of conspiracy in robocall scandal

    Henson found guilty of conspiracy in robocall scandal
    Political consultant Julius Henson may have written the automated message that encouraged Democrats to stay home from the polls on Election Day 2010, but he didn't force voters to believe it, jury foreman Renee Johnson said Friday, explaining the split...
  • Gansler eyeing lawsuit over menhaden catch limits

    Gansler eyeing lawsuit over menhaden catch limits
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler says he's considering going to court if the interstate panel that regulates Atlantic coast fishing for menhaden doesn't cut back enough the catch of a Virginia-based fleet that takes the lion's share of the...
  • Maryland law enforcement agencies still collecting DNA samples

    Maryland law enforcement agencies still collecting DNA samples
    Police around Maryland said Wednesday that they would continue to collect DNA samples when suspects are arrested for violent crimes and burglaries, despite a recent ruling by the state's top court limiting the practice. Several law enforcement agencies,...
  • CDC lowers lead poisoning threshold

    CDC lowers lead poisoning threshold
    The number of young children deemed at risk of lead poisoning in Maryland and nationwide expanded drastically Wednesday as a federal health agency declared it would effectively cut in half its threshold for diagnosing the environmental illness....
  • Yeardley Love's mother files $30 million lawsuit

    Yeardley Love's mother files $30 million lawsuit
    The mother of Yeardley Love, a University of Virginia student murdered in 2010, filed a $30 million civil suit Thursday against the onetime boyfriend and fellow U.Va. lacrosse player convicted of killing her, George Huguely V. Sharon D. Love's suit,...
  • Court of Appeals dismisses Angelos' Superblock lawsuit

    Maryland's highest court has cleared the way for the city to move forward with its plans for the long-delayed $152 million Superblock project. The Maryland Court of Appeals dismissed Friday a lawsuit by Orioles owner Peter G. Angelos that challenged the...
  • STOCK Act: Federal employees sue government over financial disclosure

    Seven senior federal employees and four employees' groups filed a federal lawsuit Thursday to stop their agencies from posting their salaries, stock portfolios and other assets online. Congress required federal agencies to post the data by Aug. 31 as...
  • Christopher Brown's mother continues to seek murder charges in teen's death

    Christopher Brown's mother continues to seek murder charges in teen's death
    Almost two months after Christopher Brown died outside a Randallstown home, the family of the slain teen continues to ask that the state's attorney's office seek murder charges against the Baltimore County police officer accused in his death. Tuesday...
  • Baltimore Co. police union sues over $25 million loan from pension fund

    Baltimore Co. police union sues over $25 million loan from pension fund
    A Baltimore County police union is suing the county retirement system's board of trustees over a $25 million loan the county took from the pension fund to update recycling facilities in Cockeysville. In a lawsuit filed last week in Circuit Court, the...
  • Huguely petitions to appeal conviction in Yeardley Love death

    Huguely petitions to appeal conviction in Yeardley Love death
    George Huguely V, the former University of Virginia lacrosse player convicted last year of drunkenly beating to death his girlfriend Yeardley Love, has asked the Virginia Court of Appeals to review his case. Huguely's attorneys argued in a petition filed...