Ten months after the national mortgage settlement was hailed as a major step in reforming a broken system, some homeowners are getting aid — but some housing advocates say the overall results are not what they'd hoped.
Train lovers in Harford County who have grown used to stopping by the Forest Hill Station for all their model train needs might soon have to look elsewhere to buy their intricate track pieces or get a broken-down caboose examined.
A 25-year-old Baltimore man who pleaded guilty to murder-for-hire and witness-murder conspiracy charges this year in the 2011 killing of a 19-year-old associate was sentenced Monday to 35 years behind bars, plus five years of supervised release, according to the Maryland U.S. attorney's office.
A Maryland woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling more than $143,000 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where she worked as a human resources analyst, according to the Maryland U.S. attorney's office.
Tavon Davis faces 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder conspiracy charges, and according to court filings he told a friend that his decision to order the killing made him the "schmuck of the year."
Art Modell, an entrepreneurial owner with the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns who restored a National Football League franchise to Baltimore in 1996 and delivered a Super Bowl championship four years later, has died at 87 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
By By Mike Klingaman and Jon Morgan and Ken Murray
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley offered pointed criticism of Republicans in an address to the Democratic convention on Tuesday, arguing that President Barack Obama is best suited to right the U.S. economy while GOP nominee Mitt Romney's policies would only move the nation backward.
The former chief executive of Severna Park-based Wings to Go pleaded guilty Monday to wire fraud for embezzling more than $885,000 from the franchise company to pay prostitutes in Maryland and three Texas women for telephone sex.