Investigators who raided the offices of then-Mayor Catherine Pugh at Baltimore City Hall took about two dozen items, including copies of her “Healthy Holly” books, a check from the University of Maryland Medical System and other items related to Pugh and one of her closest aides.
The job-training organization searched by federal agents investigating Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh states in its most recent annual reports filed with a state agency at least two people as board members – including a state senator — who said they are not involved with the group.
Hospital executives and Baltimore government officials scrambled to figure out how many "Healthy Holly" books Mayor Catherine Pugh had sold. After she said University of Maryland Medical System was her sole customer, Kaiser Permanente told Pugh's chief lobbyist that it, too, had bought books.
The job training nonprofit tied to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh that federal investigators raided Thursday has been run by an executive director who was convicted of stealing more than $850,000 years ago.
Baltimoreans woke up Thursday to the news that FBI agents were on the move across the city, raiding City Hall and Mayor Catherine Pugh’s homes — among other locations — amid what appeared to be a large investigation also involving the Internal Revenue Service.
As a federal investigation into Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, leaders have pledged to move forward with the work that affects everyday people’s lives. Others in Baltimore are concerned about how the rapidly developing scandal will affect city operations.
Hauling out boxes of “Healthy Holly” books and documents, dozens of federal law enforcement agents struck offices, homes and government buildings across Baltimore as an investigation into Mayor Catherine Pugh’s business dealings widened. FBI agents and IRS officials raided Pugh's office.
Baltimore can’t take any more corrupt cops, commissioners or mayors. The city’s crime, violence and systemic racism are more than enough to handle without leadership also making us the focus of national news and heartbreaking questions from our kids. Mayor Pugh has got to go. Now.
The University of Maryland Medical System made a $20,000 contribution to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s inaugural committee while she was serving as one of the hospital network’s board members, according to records shared by the committee.
We support the calls by legislative leaders for audits of the University of Maryland Medical System's contracting practices, but there are questions about them that only investigations by federal or state prosecutors can answer.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's inaugural committee, which hosted festivities to celebrate her being sworn into office in 2016, didn't file financial disclosures with the IRS, one of its directors said Thursday.
As state lawmakers contemplate reforming how the University of Maryland Medical System handles contracts with insiders, a Baltimore Sun review of other hospitals' disclosures show the practice is not rare. Only Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation dabbled in politics.
The University of Maryland Medical System labeled its most recent $100,000 purchase of books from Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh as a "grant" to the city public school system, a mischaracterization that tax experts say is a violation of federal reporting rules for tax-exempt hospitals.
In a sentencing memorandum filed Friday, the prosecutors for the first time linked De Sousa’s prosecution with the wider corruption case, saying they uncovered evidence that city officers shared tips about how to get tax refunds by claiming fraudulent deductions.
Gov. Larry Hogan and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller say the University of Maryland Medical System needs to put an end to any conflicts of interest in business deals for members of the system’s board of directors.
General Assembly leaders are expressing outrage and calling for reforms and an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System after The Baltimore Sun reported nine members of the system’s board — including Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh — have business deals with the hospital network.
Despite the intent that they would fund jobs and capital investments, the 2017 tax cuts have largely funded share buybacks, which hit a record $1.1 trillion in 2018. The big winners were corporations, large shareholders and top corporate executives.
What if I told you there was an organization responsible for processing $4.3 million in tax returns and saving residents of Carroll County over $700,000 in tax filing fees over the last three years? Would you believe that organization was a non-profit Community Action Agency?
By Matt Peregoy — Human Services Programs of Carroll County and Inc.
Since Congress is unlikely to roll back the tax cut with a Republican-controlled Senate, the only solution is to raise the federal gasoline tax to build up the Highway Trust Fund to address our country's decaying infrastructure.
If you receive a phone call from Maryland State Police claiming you’re part of a criminal investigation and requesting personal information or money from you, don’t worry. You’re not in any trouble … unless you decide to give them the information they’re seeking.
Gov. Larry Hogan, in his State of the State address on Wednesday, touched on a number of issues, including several measures to provide tax relief to Marylanders. The proposal that may ring true with many Carroll County residents is tax cut proposals aimed at retiree income.
Looking for something to do this weekend? If you’ve already received your W-2 and any other necessary paperwork, it might not be a bad idea to get to work on your taxes and get them filed as soon as possible.