Towson construction firm pays $145,000 to settle state allegations of inflating costs for MTA bus depot
J. W. Ancel Inc., a Towson-based construction firm, paid $145,000 to settle allegations that the company submitted inflated construction costs connected to a state bus depot, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Friday.
70-year-old Baltimore woman's death ruled a homicide by narcotic poisoning; daughter believes she was drugged
Det. Niki Fennoy, a Baltimore Police spokeswoman, said Johnson died from using a “combination of heroin and fentanyl," and it wasn’t an intentional poisoning.