A Court of Appeals has denied a family monetary damages in the 2011 death of a Baltimore man, saying that while medics did not follow protocol when treating him for a heart attack, their conduct did not constitute “gross negligence.”
The Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Sun are teaming up for the fifth consecutive season of Ravens RISE High School Football Showdown games. This year’s contest includes more schools, giveaways, Ravens players and game-day entertainment than ever before.
Baltimore officers surveyed as part of the consent decree reform process expressed low morale due to excessive overtime, fears of losing their jobs if the must use force, and the belief that city and department leaders don't support them.
An administrative law judge overturned Fleming's dismissal last month, and he returned to the academy on Monday on the first day of the new school year — but not as a classroom professor. The academy has assigned him to scholarly research and other tasks while it appeals the judge's ruling.
Democrats vowed to move forward with finding funding for an overhaul to make Maryland schools “world class," rejecting Gov. Larry Hogan’s remarks to county officials that raised the specter of massive tax increases to pay for the plan’s goals.
After three decades of allowing a community association private water access on public land at Beverly Beach, Anne Arundel County must either open the 7 acres to the public or find the same amount of land elsewhere to open to the public.