Seth Hurwitz, owner of the 9:30 Club and chairman of I.M.P., the promotion and production company that operates Merriweather Post Pavilion, was charged with soliciting prostitution in Montgomery County.
Thomas Cole, 39, is charged with second-degree murder as Maryland State Police say he killed his cellmate, Ronnie Harris, 56, while they were in custody at the Maryland Correctional Training Facility in Hagerstown.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has denied a family monetary damages in the 2011 death of a Baltimore man, saying that while medics did not follow protocol when treating him for a heart attack, their conduct did not constitute “gross negligence.”
A 16-year-old and 18-year-old were taken to the hospital after being shot in Glen Arm and Baltimore County police are investigating three separate shootings that happened in Sunday evening and early Monday morning.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison on Monday is expected to meet with the founder of a surveillance plane program who said the technology can help deter violence, but the initiative has also elicited privacy concerns.
The Maryland Transit Administration announced that Light Rail service near the sinkhole that opened near the intersection of Howard and Pratt Streets will resume Aug. 19, a little more than month after the sinkhole opened.
Attorney General Brian Frosh said some dealers who sell particularly deadly drugs should face homicide charges if someone dies from an overdose, after the state's top court cleared up any legal doubts.
A Baltimore police sergeant is on life support after being shot multiple times by a masked gunman who tried to rob him while he was off duty and standing on his front lawn talking to a neighbor, police and hospital officials said Thursday night.
By Phil Davis, Jessica Anderson and McKenna Oxenden