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The law firm of Miler Stern Lawyers LLC filed a notice of a claim with the city and state on Tuesday, saying the Jan. 24 tragedy ”could have and should have been prevented.”
December 8, 2022
The Ravens applied to trademark the commonly used nickname for Baltimore in February, according to filings with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
The former school has hosted a film festival, art shows and photography by neighborhood kids.
Christmas tree farms are selling out fast in Maryland — and that’s especially true for choose-and-cut tree farms.
Using chosen pronouns ”is a life-saving tool to protect the vulnerable,” a Baltimore pastor says.
The report found not all providers offer interpretation through bilingual staff or translation services although they are receiving federal financial assistance that mandates the services, and also that state health officials are not providing guidance or consistently enforcing the rights.
December 7, 2022
An estimated three to five gallons of fuel oil were in the water, according to the Maryland Department of the Environment.
Department leadership, which was just upended following a scathing report on a fatal fire on South Stricker Street in January, contend they are doing everything they can to address the issues.
The survivors and advocates include two women who say they were violently raped by a priest while students at Archbishop Keough High School. The women decried the fact that church leaders have been able to read the report while they — victims whose testimony helped investigators — have been barred from seeing it.
Environmental advocates and officials have mixed feelings about the landmark legislation, which was amended to push back the transition by three years.
Diverse dancers are finding lead opportunities in the iconic ballet ”The Nutcracker” in the Baltimore area this holiday season.
MOMCares, a Baltimore organization that specializes in maternal health, is seeing spiking demand for doula trainings, which founder Ana Rodney attributes to the changes in access to reproductive health services across the country.
NBC’s “Today” show will feature the famed holiday decorations at Baltimore’s Miracle on 34th Street on Wednesday.
December 6, 2022
The pilot and passenger were seriously injured and the Mooney M20J was substantially damaged when it hit a tower supporting high-tension lines.
The bowling center abruptly closed over the weekend.