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Baltimore Man Found Bloody Outside Apartment Arrested In Connection To Girlfriend’s Murder

On Wednesday morning, Baltimore police arrested a man in the 3900 block of Liberty Heights Avenue after breaking into an apartment in the same building he resided in. When police arrived on scene, the man was barefoot and bloody. A … Continue reading

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Dave & Busters To Open 4th Maryland Location In December

Dave & Buster’s, a Texas-based entertainment and restaurant business, plans to open another its fourth Maryland location in December in a push to expand its footprint in the state. The restaurant – with locations in Silver Spring, Capitol Heights and … Continue reading

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Prince George’s County Executive To Run For Maryland Governor

Earlier this week, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III announced he would seek the Democratic nomination in next year’s June primary. Baker, 58, describes his record as a turnaround story in which median incomes increased, crime decreased and … Continue reading

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Rapist Convicted 42 Years Ago In Baltimore Granted Release, Leaving Victim Infuriated

Earlier this week, a judge granted Eric J. Everette early release after spending over four decades of his life in prison. Everette was 16 when he was convicted of raping Lauren McKee, who was also a teenager at the time … Continue reading

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Owner Of Griffin’s Loving Care Assisted Living In Lansdowne Charged With Neglect, Abuse

On Thursday, the Baltimore County Prosecutor’s office announced that the owner of Griffin’s Loving Care Assisted Living in Lansdowne has been charged with multiple criminal counts of reckless endangerment and neglect, after 14 residents were discovered locked in the center … Continue reading

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Maryland’s Marijuana Industry Continues Its Fight For Legitimacy

Despite legalizing medical cannabis in 2013, Maryland growers still have a long road ahead for legitimacy. At the time, the law stipulated that the drug had to be dispensed by academic institutions. In return, none partook. Eventually, the program was … Continue reading

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Businesses File Lawsuit Against City Officials For Failing To Prevent Violence During The 2015 Baltimore Riots

Earlier this week, a lawsuit was filed in federal court against city officials, including the former Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the police department. Nearly 60 plaintiffs accused city officials of mishandling the city’s emergency plan in 2015, when a series … Continue reading

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Video Supposedly filmed at Baltimore High School Being Investigated By Police Child Abuse Unit

A video has surfaced that supposedly shows a several individuals having sex at the Digital Harbor High School in Baltimore, police said. An investigation was initiated by the Baltimore Police Department after a teacher at the school reported potential child … Continue reading

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Visit Baltimore Announces The Launch Of Its Summer Beverage Passport Program

Visit Baltimore launched a program to boost business in the city’s restaurants, breweries and bars. The Baltimore Beverage Passport promotion offers visitors and local residents an opportunity to receive discounts on beverages. The promotion will run through August 31. The … Continue reading

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Police: Four Juveniles Charged In Connection With Assault On Assistant City Health Commissioner

Earlier this month, an assistant city health commissioner was assaulted and robbed in downtown Baltimore. Greg Sileo, 33, was walking from a nearby restaurant back to the work when a group of juveniles attacked him. He was later transported to … Continue reading

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