Coronavirus In Maryland – Cases Jump To 85, Closures, Precautions, And More

COVID-19 is a disease first identified in China in December of 2019. The virus is new so it hasn’t caused illness in humans in the past. The number of cases in the... Read more »

Animal Control PG County Maryland – Services And Contact Information

The Animal Services Division (ASD) helps Prince George’s County residents with problems associated with animals. The department responds to calls regarding animal cruelty complaints, injured animals, and vicious animals. When calling ASD,... Read more »
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Baltimore Man Arrested At Laurel Hotel Connected To Latest Human Trafficking Case

Police arrested man in connection with a human trafficking case involving four women in Prince George’s and Howard counties. The arrest is part of a two-week investigation conducted by the Howard County... Read more »

Two People With Toddler Arrested In Road Rage Incident On Baltimore Beltway

On Sunday, a road rage incident on Interstate 95 and Interstate 495 prompted a police investigation. A woman and man in a Mitsubishi Lancer with a Pennsylvania license plate flashed a gun... Read more »

Camp Connect Dedicated To Reuniting Separated Siblings In Maryland

Many of Maryland’s minors are separated from their siblings, living miles apart in different homes. Some of these minors are separated by the state’s foster care system, while others are separated by... Read more »

Founder And CEO Of Hammer & Nails Grooming Shop Announces Plan To Expand To Maryland

Hammer & Nails Grooming Shop for Guys, a California-based salon featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, announced Tuesday that it will be expanding to Maryland. The first location in Owings Mills is set... Read more »

Anne Arundel Board Of Education Plans To Make Changes To The 2017-18 Calendar

Governor Larry Hogan’s executive order to start the 2017-18 school year after the Labor Day holiday has many of the local schools in frenzy. The next academic school year will begin on... Read more »

Anne Arundel County Consider Housing Undocumented Immigrants On Short-Term Basis In County Jail

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is encouraging counties nationwide to get involved in immigration enforcement. There are many benefits to partaking of this venture, but the disadvantages may very well outweigh... Read more »