A woman was attacked from behind by six other women in Annapolis early Thursday morning, sending her to the hospital with a laceration across her leg and bite marks on her back, according to Annapolis police.
Court documents and statements by his family and others provide details of Majid Khan's journey from Baltimore County to Camp 7 at Guantanamo Bay, a detention center so secret that its location within the base is classified.
Emergency operations officials in Harford County said persistent calls received about gas odors from several locations in the county early Friday morning appear to be related to fumes from an industrial plant in New Jersey – and no sources of leading gas have been found in the county.
The state's second-highest court has ruled that a new trial is necessary for many Baltimore County residents who claimed that their physical and mental health was damaged after discovering that thousands of gallons of gasoline had seeped into their groundwater.
Property taxes on the 10 homes with the biggest bills and the 10 commercial properties at the top of the heap come to an eye-popping $20.5 million, according to a Baltimore Sun analysis. As city officials try to expand Baltimore's tax base, they say they're very glad for these big payers.
Three men were arrested in connection with a series of robberies and carjackings that occurred over a four-hour span Tuesday night across Baltimore County and the city, ending when the suspects crashed their vehicle near the Domino Sugar factory while fleeing police.
Depending on which side was talking, a bill defeated by the Harford County Council Tuesday evening was either an environmental necessity or the first step down the road to building more gasoline service stations in rural areas of Harford County.
The man convicted of killing a Towson gas station owner for money apologized Tuesday in Harford County Circuit Court to the victim's family and friends, saying "I'm sorry to the last fiber of my being."
The Baltimore County man convicted this week of first-degree murder in the shooting of a Towson gas station owner can be subjected to the death penalty, a Harford County Circuit Court jury decided on Thursday.
County Council surrenders its authority and responsibility to protect our wells, I believe it will be impossible to stop new gas stations being built anywhere in Harford. Just ask the residents of Fallston, Black Horse, or Jacksonville how that can turn out.
With their bikes' pipes roaring and chrome shining in the morning sun, thousands of motorcyclists and riders traveled through Harford and Cecil counties Saturday in a convoy to honor the memory of those who died in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against America.
Carroll County's Technical Review Committee will review a proposed development plan this week for a Royal Farms store on a long-vacant property on the southwest corner of the busy Liberty Road and Route 32 intersection in Eldersburg.
Testimony continues in the trial of John Wagner, accused of killing Stephen Pitcairn, the Hopkins researcher. Lavelva Merritt, 23, who was initially charged along with Wagner in the killing, is scheduled to take the stand. Prosecutors agreed to drop murder charges against her in exchange for her testimony against Wagner. She has pleaded guilty to robbery and conspiracy.
A group of North Laurel residents said they'd like to hear more about plans to develop the old Laurel Dodge site into a Royal Farms, even if it means changing the zoning laws created to revitalize U.S. 1 to create a more urban feel.
For a jurisdiction that wants to grow but lacks adequate drinking water supplies to do so without relying on others, Aberdeen city government's recent decision to permit the erection of underground gasoline tanks in an area close to water supply wells used by Harford County is downright ridiculous and shortsighted.
A district court judge in Rockville ordered the man charged with carjacking a woman and her 20-month-old son held without bail and sent him for a psychiatric evaluation. The hearing in Montgomery County District Court took just a few minutes, with Terron Devin White, 24, remanded to custody.
Jeane'e Sanders, the victim's neighbor on West Lanvale Street, who spoke with Elsya shortly after the carjacking, said "She said, 'I'm not a hero, I'm just a mom,'" Sanders said of the conversation. "But she took initiative. … I commend her for that."
By By Steve Kilar and Rebekah Brown and The Baltimore Sun