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When Maryland environmental regulators inspected state poultry farms in recent years, they uncovered water pollution concerns in the majority of cases. But only a handful of those operations ended up paying fines, an investigation by an environmental watchdog group has found.
A consent judgment in Baltimore County Circuit Court ends a legal battle between Roula Paterakis, the widow of the man who turned H&S Bakery from a family business into a conglomerate, and his six adult children.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow is one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks against man coverage. The Ravens' losing bet Sunday was that he wouldn't be.
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For many Black Americans who have dealt with disproportionate infections and deaths due to COVID-19, combined with racial reckonings that have taken an extra emotional toll, a change of scenery has become a necessity.
Dr. David Bishai, health officer at the Harford County Health Department who assumed the position in January at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, has been terminated from his position.
Need a roofer or dentist? Looking to join a gym? What about a recommendation for kids’ activities?The Best of Howard County can help.
A trans teen detained at the Baltimore jail says she was discriminated against and feared for her safety. Advocates call it the latest example of a need for reforms.
As a judge, Catherine "Katie" Curran O’Malley is precluded from taking part in political activity and she declined to comment on her plans.
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To determine the most played Halloween songs of all time, 24/7 Tempo reviewed data on sales, streams, and airplay from music magazine Billboard. Songs were ranked according to a cumulative score based on their performance on the Billboard Hot 100. For similar lists visit 24/7 Wall St. . (Hristina Byrnes and Evan Comen, 24/7 Wall St.)
With November fast approaching, Baltimore Sun reporters Childs Walker and Jonas Shaffer and editor C.J. Doon addressed the team’s injury woes, trade possibilities, chances in the AFC North and more.
After Maryland suffered its worst year for fatal drug and alcohol overdoses in 2020, federal officials came to Baltimore Wednesday and pledged to invest millions in funding and promote harm-reduction strategies in an attempt to tackle the growing issue nationwide.
When selecting Maryland’s next governor, many voters will pick a candidate they believe can boost jobs and the economy, a new poll from Goucher College shows.
Nostradamus would have a hard time predicting the winner of the AFC, Mike Preston writes. Maybe the Ravens can pull it together and make a late run.
A U.S. Naval Intelligence software engineer who was making and distributing illegal steroids from his Laurel home has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, the U.S. Attorney for Maryland announced Wednesday.
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