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A former Maryland school aide and track coach, who is HIV-positive, has been arrested on the suspicion of sexually assaulting several students. Simultaneously, the man has been accused of recording some of the abuse, which may have taken place on … Continue reading
Marylanders interested in adopting a feline should definitely consider doing it now. A total of 16 humane societies and shelters statewide are offering free cat adoption through July. The standard adoption fees will be waived beginning Saturday July 1, in … Continue reading
A recent rabies exposure in Laurel, Maryland has prompted local health officials to issue an alert. Community members are being urged to take animal safety tips serious.
Baltimoreans relish the idea of celebrating the Fourth of July. It’s a time for families and friends to bond, while showing pride for America. There are lots of Independence Day festivities scheduled in the Baltimore area including fireworks, festivals and … Continue reading
Armando Christian Prez “Pitbull”, a popular Cuban-American artist, is considering opening a charter school in Baltimore. According to WBFF-TV, Pitbull will be seeking approval for opening a Sports Leadership & Management (SLAM) charter school in Baltimore in the near future. … Continue reading
On Monday, a retrial began for a 53-year-old Baltimore woman who was once charged for killer her six children ages 2 months to 12 years in a fire. Tonya Lucas’ murder conviction was overturned after the arson evidence was discredited. … Continue reading
With the uncertainty created by the Trump White House, Maryland lawmakers have taken steps to prevent their state from losing Planned Parenthood funding. The new law, which goes into effect on July 1, will help to diminish the impact of … Continue reading
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
A new $114 million high school in Frederick County, Maryland recently installed two signs that contained typos. The words “Fredrick High School” were carved in stone and installed at the entrance of the high school.