The decision to maintain the sale of liquor and alcohol could perhaps provide some respite to the Maryland’s economy, which has slowed under a series of state-level measures designed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
After being on the defensive for weeks about her business ties to disgraced former Mayor Catherine Pugh and an unflattering inspector general report about her vote to sell city property to her church, Baltimore’s incumbent comptroller Joan Pratt went on the offensive this week with a campaign flier and robocall attacking the city councilman challenging her in next month’s Democratic primary.
As governments and health agencies shut down travel and limit public gatherings in an attempt to contain the deadly coronavirus, Maryland colleges and universities say the response could slow — or shut off — a pipeline of Chinese students.
Chad Arrington, who also goes by the stage name Chad Focus, pleaded guilty in federal court Monday as he faced charges that he spent about $4.1 million with a company American Express card, which helped him maintain the illusion that Chad Focus was the “No. 1 recording artist in the world.”
The archdiocese of Baltimore has removed a retired priest in residence at St. Agnes/St. William of York Parish from active ministry and from residence in the parish over allegations of inappropriate touching.