Sex offense, assault charges stem from officer's foot massageA Baltimore County police officer faces sex offense and assault charges after a fellow officer said he gave her a sexualized foot massage in March.

Angry at 'Avengers' showing, man allegedly pulls theater fire alarm: Fire marshals and Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to the Regal Cinemas in Abingdon Monday night after a customer became belligerent over the showing of "The Avengers" film.


Low-income families charged for summer camps meant to be free: The report by Baltimore Inspector General David McClintock faulted the St. Paul Community Head Start program in Gardenville for collecting nearly $27,000 and the city's Head Start administrative office for failing to monitor the program.

City taking on rogue valet parking services: The City Council is considering legislation that would require city valet companies to apply for a license and file a detailed plan for how their services would operate.

Occupy Baltimore to protest G8 summit from ThurmontMembers of the Occupy Baltimore movement will be protesting the G8 Summit at Camp David this weekend from the nearby town of Thurmont, according to group members.

  • Preakness coverage continues, with looks at Maryland's role as a proving ground for jockeys, Preakness parties happening outside of Maryland, and, in this week's issue of b, a Q&A with Kegasus.
  • Evidence used in the trial of George Huguely, convicted in the beating death Cockeysville native Yeardley Love, will be shown to the public today in Charlottesville, Va.
  • Preparations are ongoing for the installation of Archbishop William E. Lori on Wednesday at the Cathedral of Mary our Queen in Homeland, expected to draw 2,000 attendees.
  • The Maryland Senate is expected to take a final vote on proposed tax increases today, passing the legislation on to the House.
  • In Wednesday's Taste section, find out where local chefs go to eat when they aren't on the clock.