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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called Monday for "bold reforms" to fix a looming financial shortfall, including requiring more city workers to contribute to their retirement fund, charging residents for trash collection, asking firefighters to work longer...
A Baltimore man claiming to be a financial adviser who could produce high returns without high risk pleaded guilty Friday to mail fraud in connection with a scheme that bilked $890,000 from clients, according to federal and state prosecutors. Casey...
Several thousand Marylanders went to Annapolis to voice their opinions on gun control Wednesday as the General Assembly began considering Gov. Martin O'Malley's sweeping proposal to impose new limits on the purchase of firearms. At a hearing before a...
As expected, Maryland vigorously defended its right to move to the Big Ten without paying a $52 million exit fee to the Atlantic Coast Conference in two legal actions filed Friday. Maryland attorney general Doug Gansler filed a complaint in Prince...
Maryland has some of the toughest gun laws in the country — and Baltimore's are even stricter — yet the city continues to struggle with rampant gun violence as thousands of criminals gain access to firearms. And for supporters and opponents...
John Merzbacher, a former South Baltimore parochial school teacher convicted of raping a student, will remain in prison after the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a decision Friday that could have set him free. In an emotional victory for the...
The Baltimore SunNotable Ravens fans react on Twitter to news that Ray Lewis will retire at the end of this season: Actor Josh Charles @MrJoshCharles: I attended Ray Lewis' first game in Sept 1996 with my Pop and we'll be there Sun to say farewell to one of the best...
In reference to Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's commentary on gun violence in Maryland ("Keep the focus on handguns in Md.," Jan. 14), I must say he needs to look and it in a very different way. Most law-abiding citizens will not go out after dark...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice
Drug company Amgen Inc. will pay the Maryland Medicaid system $856,474 to settle allegations that it illegally marketed and priced drugs used to treat anemia, rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases. The settlement, announced Friday by Maryland...
Tags: Amgen Inc., Rheumatoid Arthritis
Amid a severe local outbreak of National Football League fever, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman is quick to point out that among the four Democrat politicians whose names are linked to the 2014 gubernatorial race, he's the only one who roots for the...
A proposed zoning rule that would reduce the number of liquor outlets in Baltimore is garnering increased support among community members who believe it will make neighborhoods healthier and safer. The zoning change, part of the city's first zoning...
Two Carroll County plumbing companies and their owner have been ordered to pay more than $1 million after the state attorney general’s office found work done by employees who were not licensed plumbers. All State Plumbing Inc. and All State...
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