Harford County could get speed cameras but Sheriff Jesse Bane hopes to avoid the kind of controversy that recently hit Baltimore, with an investigation by The Sun uncovering alleged abuses of the camera system.
Sister Louis Mary Battle, a medical administrator who was called the vision behind the expansion of care for the elderly, dementia patients and the dying at Stella Maris in Timonium, died of an autoimmune disease and osteoarthritis complications Friday at the institution where she worked for many years. She was 79.
Apartments that flood after heavy rain, leaking raw sewage, a bat infestation, mold, loitering illicit drug users and an unsanitary community swimming pool are among the concerns to be raised this week when members of the Bush River Community Council meet with the new management team at the Perrywood Garden Apartments complex southeast of the Aberdeen city limits in Perryman.
A Columbia woman who participates in the government-funded Housing Choice Voucher Program has filed a discrimination complaint against a major real estate company after she was denied the opportunity to rent a Columbia town house last year.
More than 100 people gathered Wednesday evening at Towson United Methodist Church to support a proposal that would prohibit landlords from discriminating against potential tenants based on their sources of income.
Baltimore officials are scrambling to come up with a plan to shelter a growing homeless population on the coldest nights. They have yet to finalize arrangements for those who will not be able to fit in a new $8 million shelter, which has 100 fewer beds than the temporary facility it replaced.
A federal grand jury has indicted a pair of Washington men who tried to steal $1.4 million from the city's public housing authority by electronically transferring funds to a non-existent business, according to authorities.