The ad campaign the city launched this week, based on the message that rape isn't the victim's fault, is important both for women who have been afraid to speak out and for police officers who still may not believe it
Fall is an incredibly busy time and organization is a key component in keeping everyone (especially yourself) on task and less stressed! Don't miss "Unstuff Your Life" at the North Laurel Community Center Monday, Sep. 12 at 7 p.m
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to attend first anti-animal abuse awareness event, with Peacekeeeper Motorcycle Club composed of law enforcement officers riding to the event in support. Event chairwoman is Judith Kunst, president of Greater Remington Improvement Association. Also there will be Aileen Gabbey, director of Hampden-based Maryland SPCA. Both Gabbey and Kuntz sit on Mayor's Anti-Animal Abuse Advisory Commission, the only such group in the nation.
A young Maryland state trooper was stabbed in the hands as he fought off a knife-wielding man Saturday morning after responding to a car crash call on the Capital Beltway near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
The 20-year-old man accused of wounding a Baltimore police officer with a rifle this week had long wanted to shoot someone and remarked that he "felt nothing" after injuring the officer, a witness says.
Contrary to the assertions of a congressional fact finding mission, the record of human rights abuses in Colombia remain terrible and will only be worsened by a free trade agreement with the United States.