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Life as a highway construction worker: We ‘don’t know who’s gonna go home that day’
March 25, 2023
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I couldn’t help my childhood pet when she got an illness too expensive for my family to treat, but I will make sure my dog Chichi is covered.
Dana Hyde, 55, of Cabin John, Maryland, had served in two presidential administrations.
March 24, 2023
Officers responded to the 3000 block of East Preston Street around 5:06 p.m. after receiving two ShotSpotter alerts.
Maryland State Police Lt. Col. Roland Butler has a confirmation hearing in the Maryland Senate, where he’ll hope to win enough support to be approved as the agency’s superintendent.
Mayor Brandon Scott and County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. said they were dismayed by the news but are working with the contractor and regulators to make sure appropriate procedures are in place.
The non-profit B-360 is getting $3 million in federal investments to build a dirt bike campus, hopefully in Baltimore, that will also focus on career training and other programs like STEM.
Citing laws shielding investigations involving minors, a state agency has declined to provide many details about an incident at State Center earlier this month.
Both directions of the I-795 expressway in Pikesville are shut down Friday morning after a fiery tanker crash, the Baltimore County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association said.
Anne Arundel was the first county in Maryland to put suicide prevention pamphlets in gun shops. On Tuesday, a federal judge threw out a First Amendment challenge to the law from a gun rights group.
The Trans Health Equity Act, which appears headed for final passage, would require Maryland Medicaid to cover gender-affirming care and procedures for transgender patients.
There’s court battle over whether to permanently redact the names of some in the Archdiocese of Baltimore who are accused of committing or enabling abuse. Here’s how similar situations played out elsewhere.
Allegany County’s school system blames one provider for what it calls excessive absences and unsafe transportation to appointments.
March 23, 2023
A witness saw a young man, later identified as Phillips Seafood sous chef Tom Walsh, jump into the water to save the driver.