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  • Bankruptcy petition preparers said to overstep bounds

    When it comes to filing for bankruptcy, Marylanders are more likely to be do-it-yourselfers than debtors in other states. Maryland ranked ninth in the country a year ago in the number of bankruptcy cases in which the debtor wasn't represented by a...
  • Iowa group to fund suit against Maryland's congressional map

    An Iowa-based foundation is financing a federal lawsuit that seeks to overturn Maryland's new congressional map on the grounds that it unconstitutionally splits minority communities. Christopher Rants, a Republican former speaker of the Iowa House who...
  • Metro Dream Homes owner convicted in $78 million scheme

    The owner of a company that defrauded more than 1,000 homeowners — most from Maryland — in an "egregious" $78 million investment scheme was convicted Thursday in federal court in Greenbelt of conspiracy to commit money laundering and related...
  • Fingers crossed for Mars launch at Goddard

    Florence Tan says she'll have fingers and toes crossed when NASA's latest Mars mission blasts off as early as Saturday morning from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The 47-year-old electrical engineer from Montgomery County oversaw all the wiring of an...
  • Former Prince George's official sentenced to more than 7 years

    Former Prince George's official  sentenced to more than 7 years
    Former Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson was sentenced Tuesday to more than seven years in federal prison after admitting to a wide-ranging pattern of corruption that permeated virtually every level of county government from health to...
  • Judges hear challenge to Maryland congressional map

    Three federal judges expressed skepticism Tuesday that Maryland's political mapmakers intentionally diluted black voting power when they drew new congressional districts, as the map's opponents have argued. The three-judge panel held a hearing in U.S....
  • Judges reject lawsuit challenging Maryland congressional map

    A federal three-judge panel on Friday threw out a lawsuit challenging Gov. Martin O'Malley's congressional redistricting map, rejecting the charge that the new district lines discriminate against African-Americans. The decision at the U.S. District Court...
  • Names in the News: Towson-area residents and businesses

    Hancock takes up residence at Towson home loan company Mortgage lender Embrace Home Loans recently announced the hiring of Laura Hancock as a senior loan officer in its Towson office. Hancock has more than 15 years of experience in home lending. She...
  • Md. 'robo-signing' case thrown out of federal court

    A class-action lawsuit over alleged foreclosure "robo-signing" was thrown out of federal court in Greenbelt last week when a judge ruled that the plaintiffs could have raised those complaints during their foreclosure cases. The robo-signing scandal &#...
  • Glen Burnie man sentenced in PCP case

    A 24-year-old Glen Burnie man labeled by authorities a career criminal has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for trafficking in PCP and cocaine in Anne Arundel and Prince George’s County, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office....
  • Member of PCP ring gets 14 years in prison

    A 24-year-old Glen Burnie man labeled by authorities as a career criminal has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for trafficking in PCP and cocaine in Anne Arundel and Prince George's counties, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office. Ryan...
  • Educator, United Way grant boost after-school program at Laurel Boys and Girls Club

    Educator, United Way grant boost after-school program at Laurel Boys and Girls Club
    After teaching for 25 years in the Philadelphia public school system, James Egins retired in 1991. He moved to Laurel about seven years later and, because he missed being in the classroom, volunteered at schools in Baltimore and Washington. Last year, he...