Those who approached Baltimore County police officer William R. Johnson, a qualified handgun instructor in Maryland, for permission to own and operate the firearms didn’t have to complete the hours of training required by state law for others to be certified, federal prosecutors alleged in an indictment made public Thursday.
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.
A resilience authority, like one in Maryland's Charles County, can seek grants, issue bonds and even levy fees to carry out expensive projects to address the effects of climate change.
Some Baltimore area business owners are adding branches in Towson, Urbana and beyond.
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.
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.
Of the residents polled by Goucher College, 66% considered Maryland a Northern state and 27% dubbed it a Southern one.
As a judge, Catherine "Katie" Curran O’Malley is precluded from taking part in political activity and she declined to comment on her plans.
The English language is spoken by more than 1.5 billion people around the world — but we don’t all speak it exactly the same way, even within the same country. Put someone from Louisiana together with someone from Massachusetts, for instance, and they might not understand one another. That's because American English is so diverse. Accents and pronunciations vary between regions. For example, it's easy to tell you're from the South if you pronounce "caramel" with three syllables. Different states also have their own unique slang words that describe things that don't exist elsewhere or that come from languages spoken by people who settled there. Other English terms have spread across entire regions, dividing the country into sections based on different words people use for the same object — and things can get heated when people argue that their region's term is superior. Whether you call it a "sofa" or a "couch," here are 26 word variations that are a dead giveaway of where you're from. (This story originally appeared on The Active Times.)
Founded in the 1840s, Pigtown became a popular place for railroad workers to live. Today, it's a thriving diverse neighborhood that faces the same challenges as the city overall.
Over the past two weeks, Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen hasn’t played as much as he’s used to, but he has played better.
School districts across the state will use federal and state funds to recover from the effects of the pandemic and improve schools.
Maryland gubernatorial hopeful Tom Perez is sewing up support from organized labor, winning endorsements Wednesday from two large unions for state and local government workers.
Peter Franchot, the state comptroller who is among the field of Democratic candidates for governor, named Prince George's County Councilwoman Monique Anderson-Walker as his running mate Wednesday.
Baltimore Police are investigating the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man in Brooklyn in South Baltimore late Wednesday afternoon.
Rookie José Siri sparked a team whose biggest stars took a while to shine, sending the Houston Astros over the Atlanta Braves 7-2 to even the World Series at one game apiece.
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- Baltimore Police are investigating the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man in Brooklyn in South Baltimore late Wednesday afternoon.