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While work continues to rebuild playground equipment destroyed by fire earlier this month at two Laurel parks, city officials are inviting the community to two events that are essentially parties in the park. The events, called Community Fun Days, are an...
Tags: Public Officials, Government, Arson
Laurel residents gathered at Discovery Community Park Thursday evening for Community Fun Day, an event organized by city officials following the recent fires at the park and two other local playgrounds. The park, located at the intersection of Greenhill...
Tags: Public Officials, Laurel, Government, American Legion
The Baltimore SunGov. Martin O'Malley's sweeping gun bill that has stalled in the House of Delegates will get a key committee vote on Friday, delegates said. The Maryland Senate in February moved swiftly on legislation that would ban the sale of assault-style rifles,...
Three weeks after a fire melted and destroyed playground equipment at Discovery Community Park, city officials are inviting the neighborhood to a party in the park Thursday night to show that the popular spot continues to be a place to play. The...
Tags: Public Officials, Government, Snow Storms
With its financial woes, low test scores, frequent leadership turnover and underperforming schools, Prince George's County's school system is failing its approximately 125,000 students, and its elected school board appears highly dysfunctional. Under...
Maryland could become one of a handful of states that grant special driver's licenses to illegal immigrants under legislation garnering strong support in Annapolis. The bill, passed by the Senate on Monday, would expand and make permanent an existing...
After fighting with the father of her child, an Essex woman contacted her boyfriend and his brother, who shot and killed him, and injured two others at a Middle River bus stop last month, Baltimore County police said. Michael Desmon Martin, 22, Mikal A....
When Brenda Brown stood before a judge, she figured she had only one real option: plead guilty. She had been caught with three bags of marijuana in her pocket in Northwest Baltimore. She didn't know that Kendell Richburg, the arresting officer, had lied...
Tags: Trials, Heroin, Lawyers, Punishment, Rod J. Rosenstein
Officials with Prince George's County public schools have canceled all after-school activities on Monday, as snow continues to fall in Laurel with little accumulation but lots of slush. Prince George's County public schools opened on a two-hour delay,...
The House of Delegates voted Friday to raise taxes on gasoline for the first time since 1992, heeding Gov. Martin O'Malley's call for an infusion of money to pay for roads, mass transit and other transportation priorities. House passage, by an unofficial...
A Baltimore judge threw out the murder conviction of a man who was to be sentenced Wednesday in the killing of 16-year-old Phylicia Barnes, saying prosecutors withheld information about a key witness from defense attorneys. The second-degree murder...
Tags: Trials, Jason Thomas, Lawyers, Punishment, Witnesses
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