- Shirley Ann Hayes Hargrove, a retired Baltimore City guidance counselor who served at Frederick Douglass High School and was recalled for her optimistic personality, died of cancer Jan. 3 at her home in the Annen Woods section of Pikesville. She was 92.
- Baltimore administrators panned City Council President Nick Mosby’s proposal for a revival of the Dollar House program, suggesting on Tuesday that it duplicates existing city services and doesn’t offer enough financial support for homebuyers.
- Maryland’s state senators and delegates are moving forward with a new map for their districts for the next election, picking one favored by Democratic leaders and rejecting a proposal backed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
- The tests, which the city bought for $580,000, were dropped at city schools where they will be given to students. In addition to the 50,000 tests delivered Tuesday, 40,000 N95 masks were also distributed.
- The East Baltimore Historical Museum opens in April in three historic row houses, the culmination of nearly three decades of work to preserve the history of a neighborhood demolished in the late 20th century for an urban renewal project.
- A 23-year-old man died around midnight of gunshot wounds, Baltimore Police said in a news release early Tuesday morning.
- Mosby is charged with falsely claiming that she suffered financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic to obtain an early withdrawal from her retirement savings without facing any penalties.
- The city is scaling back the service because the omicron wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has created major staffing shortages in the Department of Public Works.
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- As Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby fights a federal indictment, observers say her husband and fellow officeholder, City Council President Nick Mosby, "walks a fine line."
- After several inches of snow followed by a wintry mix, the Baltimore region is getting doused with rain and officials are warning of potentially slick roads due to possible icy conditions.
- Officials hope to meet an increasing need among many of Baltimore County’s 106,000 immigrant residents for centralized services.
- Marilyn Mosby was defiant as she spoke before the Empowerment Temple AME congregation Sunday morning, days after her federal indictment.
- First elected in 2014, Democratic State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby has already been, at times, a polarizing figure in Baltimore.
- Thomas Brown, who refers to himself as a “Renaissance Mechanic” designed and built a Shakespearean theater stage for the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory, located in the old St. Mary’s Church in Hampden.
- The Baltimore public defender’s office is calling for a new review of convictions involving corrupt police officers after a staggering report raised new allegations and, for the first time, lays out the full scope of internal affairs complaints that officers convicted in the Gun Trace Task Force scandal had faced.
- Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby struck a defiant tone Friday in her first public appearance since being indicted on federal perjury charges, pledging to fight the case that she called politically and racially motivated and heading off calls that she step down from office.
- Long before former Baltimore Police officer Daniel Hersl’s arrest and conviction on federal racketeering charges, he had an outsize reputation for brutality and misconduct — among citizens, defense attorneys, and even fellow officers.
- Mosby, who has cultivated a national reputation as well as local critics, now faces a series of challenges to preserve her political and legal career, including a primary election just months away and the daunting task of taking on federal prosecutors.
- A federal grand jury has indicted Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby on federal charges that she made false statements on loan applications, court records show.
- For decades, Camp Small has been a dumping ground for Baltimore’s tree waste. But as part of a zero waste initiative, Baltimore has been recycling felled street and park trees to make usable products, including Camp Small's premier output: lumber.