A fund set up by The Y in Catonsville for Jordan Taylor, the Catonsville native killed in his Baltimore home last month, has raised more than $10,000 to provide financial assistance to families struggling to enroll their kids in local YMCA programs.
The City Council re-appointed the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis board chair on Monday, one of several high-profile positions that will be considered including city manager and city attorney. A second public hearing on short-term rental legislation was also held.
Richard Trunnell has 30 years of experience in the law including five years as an assistant state’s attorney in Prince George’s County. In one high profile case, he was the attorney for a Crofton man convicted of committing a hate crime in an unusual plea agreement that included a public apology for hanging a noose at Crofton Middle school in 2017.
Holiday Hope is an annual campaign, now in its 21st year, in which the Carroll County Times teams up with Carroll Food Sunday, Neighbors in Need Year Round, Carroll Hospice, Access Carroll and The Shepherd’s Staff to help the less fortunate during the holidays. This year’s goal is to raise $125,000 for the five partner charities by Christmas.
Ever since an anonymous whistleblower reported comments President Donald Trump made on a July phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ellicott City resident Don Soeken has seen a bump in interest in his Whistleblower Support Fund.
Maryland defeats No. 23 Kentucky, 72-66, before a sellout crowd at Cole Field House, extending its non-conference basketball win streak at home to 69 games. Terence Morris scores 22 points for the No. 21 Terps.