Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott is proposing a tax on electronic cigarettes as a way to discourage smoking and boost revenue.
A Kingsville man who police say fired a shotgun at two men in a pickup truck displaying a political sign was denied bail and ordered to home detention, pending a trial, a Maryland judge said Monday.
“Irregularities” in the latest Baltimore Police promotional exam spurred a review that included the Office of the Inspector General.
An extra week to rest and prepare for any team is always helpful, but after a game in which the offense once again sputtered and the defense gave up several chunk plays, it could prove to be extra beneficial.
Radee Prince, 40, is charged with three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder and two other firearms charges in connection to a 2017 shooting at his former place of work, Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood. Monday, prosecutors and defense attorneys began the trial — almost exactly three years from the date of the shooting.
Thomas was due a guaranteed $10 million in base salary this season before his Aug. 23 release. It's unclear when a hearing will be held.
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A man suspected in an attempted homicide was killed by police after a high-speed chase and shootout with law enforcement Monday afternoon in Emmitsburg, Md., according to the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office.
Tigers coach Rob Ambrose said almost 75% of the players voted against playing in a six-game season in the spring. CAA commissioner Joe D’Antonio said the conference is backing the university’s decision.
A Maryland man described by the FBI as a member of the anti-government “boogaloo” movement pleaded not guilty to a gun charge on Monday, court records show.
Larry Hogan voted for Ronald Reagan for president this year setting an instructive example of how to fail your state, your country and yourself in spectacular fashion.
Baltimore is home to not only some of the country's leading medical and research institutions but also many of the women heading the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals has upheld the firing of a veteran Baltimore Police officer whose record includes a violation for letting his driver’s license expire, an allegation that he went on vacation during medical leave, and a reprimand years ago when he was caught off-post with a woman in his patrol car.
The new batch of data moves Maryland to a total of 136,154 confirmed virus cases and 3,895 deaths since the pandemic took hold in Maryland in March.
The Confederate flag, along with the swastika and other symbols “promoting hatred,” are now banned from Howard County Public School System property, which includes clothing, vehicles and at school-related events, according to an updated policy.
With the COVID-19 pandemic driving down enrollment at many colleges and universities across the nation, Westminster’s McDaniel College has bucked that trend, welcoming its largest first-year class and seeing enrollment growth of about 5%.
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