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  • 'Parks and Recreation' recap, 'Sex Education'

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, 'Sex Education'
    In LeslieLand: Leslie's campaigning for sex education for seniors because of the rising STD rates in that age group. She and Ann, Donna, and Andy are role playing being old people, asking Ann their "grossest sex questions." It's nice when they remember...
  • 14th city officer sentenced to federal prison in kickback scheme

    Baltimore police officer Jaime Luis Lugo, 36, was sentenced to two years in federal prison Tuesday for taking kickbacks from an auto repair company, the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office announced. He is the 14th Baltimore officer — out of 15...
  • Baltimore officer sentenced to federal prison

    A 10th Baltimore police officer was sentenced to federal prison Friday for taking kickbacks from an auto repair company, the Maryland U.S. attorney’s office announced. Leonel Rodriguez, 32, of Essex, was sentenced to 30 months for extortion and...
  • What's next for Bob and Kendel Ehrlich, a cable access show from their basement?

    What's next for Bob and Kendel Ehrlich, a cable access show from their basement?
    Talk about two political careers going in opposite directions. Last Sunday, I wrote about the top Sunday morning public affairs shows like "Meet the Press"  falling in love with Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley and booking him every chance they get. I...
  • Money squabble over school funding fractures Arundel's political peace

    After state officials ruled Anne Arundel County shortchanged the school system by $5 million, county officials suggested paying the tab by raiding construction projects. A pending bill would wipe out money to replace roofs and school buses, eliminate...
  • State expected to give MARC contract to Bombardier

    The O'Malley administration has chosen a Canadian company to operate two MARC commuter train lines, passing over a competitor whose critics have tied it to Nazi Germany and avoiding a potential fight with Holocaust survivors. The Maryland Department of...
  • Police: Baltimore firefighter ran sex ring on the side

    Police: Baltimore firefighter ran sex ring on the side
    Until last month, 29-year-old Jamar Simmons was living a double life, police say. He fought fires for Baltimore out of a decades-old brick firehouse in Hampden, earning close to $60,000 annually. He also managed a prostitution ring out of a renovated...
  • Maryland's tech education effort does not compute

    Maryland's tech education effort does not compute
    Gov. Martin O'Malleycorrectly flags STEM fields — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — as critical economic enablers, and an administrative priority. Thus, it was good news when Towson University recently won a $2 million grant...
  • Con artists sure to follow storm

    Con artists sure to follow storm
    The full force of Sandy hasn't even hit Maryland yet, but regulators here are warning consumers against the scam artists who inevitably will pop up. The Maryland Attorney General said that once the storm leaves the area, homeowners with damaged houses...
  • Savage auto shop destroyed in fire

    Savage auto shop destroyed in fire
    A fire destroyed an auto body shop in Savage Sunday night, according to a news release from the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services. Fire and rescue units responded to the shop, located in the 8100 block of Jenmar Road, around 5 p.m....
  • City officers linked to towing scandal remain suspended

    City officers linked to towing scandal remain suspended
    Nearly two years after a towing kickback scandal rocked the Baltimore Police Department, 14 officers who were not criminally charged remain suspended with pay and unavailable to perform police functions, officials said. Police say they must wait for...
  • Baltimore police officer ordered to reimburse insurance company in kickback conspiracy

    A federal judge on Monday ordered Baltimore police Officer Samuel Ocasio to repay a Pennsylvania insurance company more than $1,900 for a fraudulent claim connected to a kickback scheme. A jury convicted Ocasio, 37, of conspiracy and extortion this...