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If approved, the Board of Estimates, which meets on Wednesday, will pay $900,000 to Sean Suiter’s family and $253,000 combined to nine claimants who allege they were victimized by members of the GTTF.
Democratic Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen expressed disappointment and criticized the late-Monday Supreme Court confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett, who was appointed by a divided Senate less than a week before the presidential election.
Gov. Larry Hogan has published a political memoir, stood up to the president, made rounds to help Republicans in other states and cast his presidential vote for the late Ronald Reagan. Is he laying the groundwork for a presidential run in 2024?
Federal health officials announced Monday that they planned to ship 1.82 million rapid COVID-19 tests to Maryland to help keep tabs on the pandemic.
An Anne Arundel County jury on Monday acquitted a Pasadena man of murder, manslaughter and felony firearms charges, agreeing he acted in self-defense when he fatally shot an acquaintance who drove to his property despite warnings and charged him.
All winter sports will begin Dec. 7, with competitions beginning Jan. 4 and ending Feb. 13. Fall sports will begin on Feb. 13 and conclude competitions on April 17. Spring sports would begin April 17 and run to June 19.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and the coronavirus pandemic will make navigating the holidays with friends and family who live out of state a little difficult. How can you tell mom you may not come home for Christmas? To figure out how to have these discussions, we emailed with Nicole Francen Schmitt, a psychologist with Northwestern Medicine McHenry Hospital, on how to have these conversations.
An email asks the Maryland attorney general to “take action to halt the sale of of this painting until further research and review of the records can be undertaken.”
A man was fatally shot and another was injured in separate shooting on Monday in Baltimore, according to police.
Margaret E. "Maggie" Wiggins, retired longtime social Security Administration executive who was an active member of St. James Episcopal Church, has died at 89.
Under Armour founder Kevin Plank resorted to “sales tricks” and improper accounting to maintain unrealistic sales goals as the brand’s popularity faded, shareholders allege in a revised class-action lawsuit.
A Baltimore man who in September 2019 struck and killed a Columbia resident on Interstate 95 in Arbutus was sentenced Monday to serve 24 months in jail after emotional testimony from the victim’s family and friends.
Attorney Stephen L. Snyder has agreed to the temporary suspension of his law license following his federal indictment on extortion charges.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the trial of Radee Labeeb Prince crossed swords over dueling expert testimony Monday as the last witness was called and the evidentiary phase of the trial ended.
A federal judge on Monday threw out a lawsuit in which a Muslim civil rights group sought to block the state of Maryland from enforcing its ban on contracting with businesses that boycott Israel.
A grand jury indicted Michael Anthony Brown for first-degree murder and use of a fire arm in the commission of a violent crime on Thursday, and Brown was arrested Monday, according to a news release from the county’s state’s attorney’s office.
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