Prominent attorney Stephen L. Snyder is alleging misconduct by federal prosecutors who charged him with extortion, saying they falsely portrayed his 2018 discussions with the University of Maryland Medical System and prevented a meeting that would have exonerated him of wrongdoing.
A Frederick man who threatened President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris and their supporters before last year’s election pleaded guilty in federal court this week.
Starting July 28, the Ravens will host 12 open training camp practices, as well as an open and free practice at M&T Bank Stadium on July 31. Team officials announced Tuesday that they expect to welcome about 1,000 fans for each practice.
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Jahmai Jones, Grayson Rodriguez, Zac Lowther, Kyle Brnovich and J.D. Mundy were five of the top performers in the Orioles’ prospect ranks this past week.
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City officials will convene an oversight panel that monitors the work of Baltimore’s inspector general next month, an announcement that comes during a year when she has faced public criticism.
The bay’s dissolved oxygen and nitrogen scores improved, but the figures for chlorophyll a and phosphorous worsened. Water clarity, too, remains in bad shape.
Baltimore's sky-high property tax rate makes it less competitive with surrounding counties. Mayor Scott needs to plot a course toward reducing it.
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Baltimore County police have wrapped up an investigation into social media activities that was requested by the school board in April, determining there was a low threat risk to board members.
Most of Amir Whitehead's classmates, friends and anybody among the younger crowd often do a double take when they hear about his passion for fencing. Some even laugh. Adults, though, show curiosity and interest.
When a friendly neighbor decided to snap a photo of a front door he admired, he had no idea he was also caught on camera and would soon be the talk of the neighborhood - via Nextdoor - and suspected of casing the house. It was the perfect encapsulation of the social media-fueled angst and paranoia of our times amplified by the isolation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Baltimore County is seeking prospective property owners for the historic Perry Hall Mansion, a structure built in the early 1700s that was the centerpiece of a 1,000-acre estate which later became the Perry Hall community.
Baltimore police are investigating three homicides in the past two days as the department says two men were fatally shot since Sunday and another died after being stabbed during an assault, continuing a trend of fatal violence that’s seen 18 people killed in less than two weeks.
United States Sen. Marco Rubio sent a letter to President Joe Biden requesting the White House review former Navy football player Cameron Kinley’s request to delay his military service to try out for the NFL.
After back-to-back weekends of traffic flowing from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge onto Anne Arundel County roadways, the County Council wants an almost completed federal study on how to alleviate the traffic to start over.
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- Prominent attorney Stephen L. Snyder is alleging misconduct by federal prosecutors who charged him with extortion, saying they falsely portrayed his 2018 discussions with the University of Maryland Medical System and prevented a meeting that would have exonerated him of wrongdoing.