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Health Maryland to host panel discussion on risks of playing sports Maryland's Shirley Povich Center for Sports Journalism will host a panel Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. to discuss the risks of playing sports, from children to professionals. Panelists include...
The retrial of a man convicted of murdering a Hagerstown police officer has produced the same verdict as in 1976: guilty of first-degree felony murder. Talbot County (Md.) Circuit Judge Broughton Earnest announced his verdict Tuesday in the retrial of...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMerle Unger will get a new trial for his 1976 felony murder conviction in the shooting death of a Hagerstown police officer, but only after agreeing to a number of conditions, including giving up his right to a jury trial. Talbot County Circuit Judge...
If Baltimore native Leland Shelton had bothered to check his email in the hectic day before graduation, he might have avoided a shock during commencement. There he was, one of 500 men in a black cap and gown this week at Morehouse College in Atlanta,...
A country that can’t defend itself will fall To the editor: Khrushchev said we will conquer you from within. O’Malley and Obama are disarming us through legislation and executive order. They want the U.S. to be ruled by the U.N. “peace...
The Baltimore City Detention Center had the nation's second-highest rate of sexual contact between jail staff and inmates, according to a U.S. Department of Justice study released less than a month after federal prosecutors accused corrections officers at...
For The Baltimore SunIf you ever find yourself looking for an excuse to eat more cupcakes, 11-year-old Krissa Hillman has a good one. The fifth-grader from Bollman Bridge Elementary School in Jessup is the creative mastermind behind Cupcakes for Literacy, a business that...
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Your next smartphone screen or TV display might be brighter, the synthetic oil in your car might perform better and computer chips might be more durable — all thanks to minuscule particles that are starting to be manufactured in Baltimore....
Baltimore was in danger of losing many of its most precious documents several years ago. A rented building near Druid Hill Park that was used to house the city's historic archives failed to meet even minimal standards for proper records storage. It was...
Give Gov. Martin O'Malley points for chutzpah. Just back from a weeklong trip to Israel, during which he was inexplicably unable to comment on the goings-on back home, he gave his first response today to the federal indictments unsealed a week before...
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Maryland lawmakers called Wednesday for a sweeping inquiry into the state prison system, amid allegations that a gang effectively took over the Baltimore City Detention Center, orchestrating crimes from behind bars and impregnating female correctional...
A Jessup correctional officer was arrested Tuesday morning on federal drug charges, revealing a sweeping effort to wipe out one of Maryland's most notorious gangs through related racketeering indictments. Alicia Simmons, 34, is accused of smuggling cell...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Defendants, Trials, Theft, Gang Activity
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