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Police: Glen Burnie man died in Western Maryland prison fight

Police: Glen Burnie man died in Western Maryland prison fight

Police say a Glen Burnie man died in a prison fight at the Western Correctional Institution on Sunday. Maryland State Police identified the man who died at the Cumberland prison as Wilbur Moyer, 30, an inmate at the prison whose last known address was in Glen Burnie, court records show. In a news...

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  • Tax on soda crucial to children's health

    Tax on soda crucial to children's health

    Picture this. The nation’s children are drinking on average what amounts to a bathtub full of sugary beverages every year. That’s 30 gallons of soda, sports drinks and probably the biggest healthy drink fraud of all, fruit juice. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association...

  • Audits aren't enough: U.S. Atty., state prosecutor need to probe UMMS contracts

    Audits aren't enough: U.S. Atty., state prosecutor need to probe UMMS contracts

    The General Assembly may vote as early as this week on University of Maryland Medical System reform legislation that would require audits by the end of the year on its contracting practices related to the millions of dollars in business deals it struck with members of its board. That is necessary...

  • The Mueller report is in, but questions about Trump go on and on

    The Mueller report is in, but questions about Trump go on and on

    It appears special counsel Robert Mueller has provided neither the slam-dunk impeachment material that many Democrats had hoped for nor the “Total EXONERATION” that President Donald Trump has been quick to claim. Rather, what Americans now have access to is a mere four-page summary of Mr. Mueller’s...

  • Children's right to a habitable world trumps your right to pollute

    Children's right to a habitable world trumps your right to pollute

    As I stood at the grocery store watching a woman at the self-checkout station put every individual item she had in a plastic bag, and then place them into another plastic bag she then doubled, I had a revelation: Those bags are free. There’s really no limit on how many you can use. It’s her freedom...

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  • Natural skin care line moves offices, manufacturing to space near BWI

    Natural skin care line moves offices, manufacturing to space near BWI

    A natural, plant-based skin care line plans to move its corporate, manufacturing and research and development operations to space near Baltimore-Washington International Airport from San Antonio, Tex., according to the company and St. Johns Properties, which leased the property. Shankara produces...

  • American Airlines extends 737 Max-related cancellations

    American Airlines extends 737 Max-related cancellations

    American Airlines is extending cancellations of flights through April 24 due to the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft, as federal regulators continue to investigate two deadly crashes involving the plane model. Southwest Airlines is also continuing to make cancellations. American has 24 Boeing...

  • Jacques Kelly: Fells Point's Broadway Market is back in business

    Jacques Kelly: Fells Point's Broadway Market is back in business

    The first returning tenants are back in business at Fells Point’s reopened Broadway Market. The full inventory of new merchants, stall keepers and restaurants promised for the pair of market structures remains some months away. But the initial pair of small, traditional vendors arrived as their...

  • Hotel owner charged with defrauding Maryland bank to secure loans

    Hotel owner charged with defrauding Maryland bank to secure loans

    A hotel management company operator has been charged with submitting fraudulent loan applications to a Maryland bank to buy millions of dollars in commercial and residential properties. A court filing Thursday charged Mehul Ramesh Khatiwala of New Jersey with bank fraud and conspiracy to commit...

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