More than 422,000 voters met the deadline for registering for the Feb. 4 primary election for the late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings’ longtime seat, according to new figures that reflect the dominance of Baltimore Democrats in the district.
Everybody needs cold drinks. That’s was the archaeological lesson in Annapolis Wednesday, when a crew of builders removing a garage on King George Street to make way for a new one uncovered a forgotten luxury.
Support for a bill that would strengthen hate crime laws was immense from Anne Arundel County elected officials. County Executive Steuart Pittman and State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess were among the first to testify in support of Del. Mark Chang’s bill that would make it illegal use a noose or swastika to intimidate an individual or group.
The Anne Arundel County Police SWAT team was tied up on a protective detail with the Secret Service on Friday, prompting the FBI to respond to a family disturbance call that ended with a man fatally shot by officers.
An armed man, described by Anne Arundel County police as angry and “extremely agitated,” was fatally shot by law enforcement Friday evening in Linthicum, ending a nearly three-hour standoff with police and the FBI.
An audit of the Maryland Aviation Administration released Monday found the agency skipped the proper bidding process for $1.7 million in projects and spent marketing funds supporting political campaigns.