Positioned perfectly between Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the city of Laurel’s historic Main Street is open to a bright future filled with unique shops, long-standing businesses and a variety of restaurants that should become a reality soon, city employees say.
A judge this week unsealed hundreds of pages of documents in the Capital Gazette shooting case, shedding light on the killer’s interactions with local attorneys, his jail companions and even the prosecutor handing his case.
Anne Arundel County police responded Sunday to two reports of robberies, one in Severna Park and another in Laurel later that day. A Laurel woman and a juvenile suspect have been arrested in relation to the Laurel robbery. Police are still searching for a suspect in the Severna Park robbery.
A group representing the Maryland Jockey Club, horsemen and Baltimore City is heading to the Breeders' Cup for ‘preliminary dialogue’ about Pimlico or Laurel possibly hosting the big race in the future.
Questions about mental health are expected to figure prominently when jury selection begins Wednesday as prosecutors and defense attorneys try picking a panel of 12 jurors who will decide whether the Capital Gazette gunman will serve his time in a state prison
With his guilty plea Monday to murdering journalists of the Capital-Gazette newspaper, Jarrod Ramos advances to hearings to decide whether the gunman will be locked up in state prison or committed to Maryland’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital.
A look back at the details of everything we know from the day police say a gunman blasted through the newsroom’s Annapolis office and shot and killed Rebecca Smith, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Gerald Fischman and John McNamara.
As any fan of “Law & Order” can tell you, our judicial system doesn’t always provide resolution, even if a case appears to be a slam dunk. Take, for instance, 1959’s Case of the Stripper Shooter, which which went down in Laurel and appeared in newspapers across the country.