Audit Reveals Maryland’s Department Of Human Services Mishandled $5M

Maryland’s Department of Human Services misspent approximately $5 million and mishandled state contracts. A state audit has found that DHS misspent millions of dollars in state funds on legal fees, an IT... Read more »

Three Maryland University Presidents Will Receive Sustainal Raises

The governing board of the University System of Maryland voted in favor of increasing raises for three university presidents. The Baltimore Sun reports that the results of a Sibson Consulting study prompted... Read more »
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Former Associated Press Reporter Stabbed In Fells Point

Fifty-six-year-old Alex Dominguez, former Associated Press reporter and owner of Jabali, was stabbed around 8:30 p.m. Sunday. The Baltimore Sun reports Dominguez was attacked near the intersection of South Bond and Shakespeare... Read more »

Rep. Elijah Cummings Of Maryland Will Return To Work Next Week

After undergoing a “minimally invasive” heart procedure in May, Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.) was set to return to work after a short hospital stay and few days rest. But, his plans... Read more »

Cleanup In Bennett Place Is Halted By Reports Of Gunfire

Baltimore Police and volunteers, conducting a cleanup in Harlem Park, were forced to halt their efforts, when “short fired” rang across police radios. The Baltimore Sun reports that a cleanup in the... Read more »

Baltimore Man Found Guilty Of Shooting 15-Year-old In The Face

The Baltimore state’s attorney’s office said a Baltimore man was found guilty Friday for shooting a teen boy in the face. The incident took place on September 10, 2016 in the 900... Read more »

Former Baltimore County Teacher Pleads Guilty To Having Improper Relationship With 16-Year-Old Student

In January, video surfaced of a Franklin High School teacher having sex with a 16-year-old male student. The school’s resource officer was made aware of the explicit video and immediately notified the... Read more »

Baltimore City Attorneys Deny Access To Baltimore Fire Department Records

The Baltimore Sun submitted Public Records Act requests to access files from the Baltimore Fire Department. The newspaper was denied the requests on the grounds that the documents were not available. However,... Read more »