City Of Baltimore Gets A New Emergency Notification System

The City of Baltimore joined forces with OnSolve to launch a new emergency alert system. BMORE ALERT was launched earlier this month. All residents, businesses, and frequent visitors of Baltimore City are... Read more »

Collision At Harpers Farm Road Leaves Child In Critical Condition

Howard County Police Department received a report of a vehicle-pedestrian collision at Harpers Farm Road around 2 p.m. Upon arrival, officers discovered an adult and a 6-year-old child had been struck by... Read more »
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Anne Arundel County Police Investigating Carjacking In Odenton

Maryland – On January 5, 2020 at approximately 7:00 p.m. officers responded to the Royal Farms located in the 1500 block of Annapolis Road in Odenton for a carjacking. The adult female... Read more »

A Continuum – Visiting Inmates In Maryland’s Correctional Facilities

A report released by the Division of Correction revealed in 2017, the average daily population of inmates in Maryland was 19,883. The report also revealed the average length of stay for Maryland... Read more »

Prince George’s County Police Identify Victim Of Landover Pedestrian Hit-And-Run

Maryland – The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit would like to speak to anyone who witnessed or has information on a fatal pedestrian hit-and-run in Landover on Saturday. The victim is 38-year-old... Read more »

Family Involvement – Why It Is Important To Those Incarcerated In Maryland

Two words that are too rarely utilized in the same sentence are family and incarceration. Prison officials throughout the United States have taken great strides in bringing awareness to family involvement and... Read more »

ABH Pharma Banned From Distributing Adulterated, Misbranded Dietary Supplements

New York – The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York permanently enjoined ABH Nature’s Products, Inc., ABH Pharma, Inc., StockNutra.com, Inc. (together, “ABH”), each of Edgewood, New York,... Read more »

How To Dispose Of Your Christmas Tree In Prince George’s County

As the Christmas season nears to an end, the residents of Prince George’s County are preparing to dispose of their live trees. Unlike artificial trees, live trees are not reusable. Buying a... Read more »

Why Maryland Parents Should Spend More Time Reading To Their Children

Studies have revealed children who are read to often have better concentration, vocabulary, and grasping than those who are rarely read to. A child generally begins to develop a fascination with books... Read more »

Tax Preparer Operating Out Of Gaithersburg, Maryland Admits To Preparing False Returns

Maryland – A Maryland tax return preparer pleaded guilty yesterday to aiding and assisting in filing false tax returns and aggravated identity theft, announced Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard E. Zuckerman... Read more »