- Baltimore Police are investigating the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man in Brooklyn in South Baltimore late Wednesday afternoon.
- As a judge, Catherine "Katie" Curran O’Malley is precluded from taking part in political activity and she declined to comment on her plans.
- A consent judgment in Baltimore County Circuit Court ends a legal battle between Roula Paterakis, the widow of the man who turned H&S Bakery from a family business into a conglomerate, and his six adult children.
- A resilience authority, like one in Maryland's Charles County, can seek grants, issue bonds and even levy fees to carry out expensive projects to address the effects of climate change.
- A 38-year-old Edgewood man who was a music teacher at a Baltimore school has been indicted on federal charges of soliciting and distributing child pornography online.
- Founded in the 1840s, Pigtown became a popular place for railroad workers to live. Today, it's a thriving diverse neighborhood that faces the same challenges as the city overall.
- Some Baltimore area business owners are adding branches in Towson, Urbana and beyond.
- School districts across the state will use federal and state funds to recover from the effects of the pandemic and improve schools.
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- The Maryland Attorney General’s Office released 10 minutes of dash camera footage from a Maryland Transportation Authority Police officer’s chase that began in Baltimore City and ended when the suspect crashed his vehicle and died in Baltimore County.
- Baltimore City Council’s Ways and Means Committee advanced a bill Tuesday requiring monthly reports on federal recovery spending over objections from officials with Mayor Brandon Scott’s administration.
- A federal judge said at a hearing Tuesday that two facilities used to train Baltimore police on firearms and the department’s use of force policy are “completely inadequate” and could lead to more incidents of excessive force.
- The Maryland school board will collect three months of data on cases and outbreaks before making a decision in December.
- Morgan State, the donor and local wrestling coaches hope the move will be instrumental for both the sport and for young Black men in the Baltimore region.
- Prominent attorney Stephen Snyder is denouncing federal prosecutors’ comparison of him to disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti, saying the accusations are false and the criminal case against the brash attorneys are nothing alike.
- The money, which will be spent over the next four years, will help to fund many of the initiatives outlined in the mayor’s crime plan including reentry programs and supports for victims of violence.
- When the Maryland state education department notified day care providers two days before they expected to receive “stabilization grants” on Sept. 30 that they would be coming sometime in October, there was an outcry of angst and exasperation.
- After the coronavirus pandemic decreased demand for oysters during last year's wild harvest season, Maryland's seafood industry is praying for a turnaround. The Chesapeake Bay seems more than happy to oblige.
- Resignations at the Baltimore prosecutor's office have left assistant state's attorneys with crushing caseloads. The number of people who prosecute city crimes has declined 24% over the last three years.
- Patterson Perk served up fair trade and organic brews, locally baked pastries and homemade panini — plus views of Patterson Park in Canton in Southeast Baltimore from its towering front windows. It will close at the end of the month.
- The 18-year-old Morgan State University student who was injured in a shooting on the Northeast Baltimore campus Saturday night is expected to make a full recovery, Morgan State University President David K. Wilson said in a statement Sunday.