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- Boyfriend Of Missing North Point Woman Arrested On Weapons Violation Baltimore County police have arrested the boyfriend of a missing woman. Though they say his arrest is unrelated to her disappearance, they are interested in speaking with him about the case.
- Gov. O'Malley Talks Immigration With Faith Leaders Clergy members met with Gov. Martin O'Malley on Monday for the second time in a week to discuss plans to find shelter with Maryland families for unaccompanied children who have been crossing the border from Central America, as well as pro bono legal...
- 1,000 Horseshoe Casino Employees Report For First Day All along, the Horseshoe Casino said its business would bring jobs to Baltimore. Well, 1,000 employees started Monday.
- Mayor Cuts The Ribbon To Baltimore City's 1st New Rec Center In 10 Years It’s the first new recreation center in the city in nearly a decade, and the mayor was on hand to help cut the ribbon Monday morning.
- Hopkins Expert: No Cure, Vaccine For Ebola Contracted By 2 American Volunteers In Africa The words ebola and uncontrolled is a dangerous combination. But that’s how health experts are characterizing the current outbreak in Africa.
- Woody Harrelson Hosts Charity Dinner At Black Olive There’s a Hollywood twist to a restaurant and hotel right here in Baltimore.
- First Morning Rush On Silver Line Runs Smoothly Nearly 10,000 people have used Metro's five new Silver Line stations during the morning rush hour.
- 4 Wounded In Separate Shootings In Baltimore City Police are investigating four separate shootings that occurred over the weekend in Baltimore City.
- 15-Year-Old Boy Robbed Of Air Jordans In Annapolis Mall Parking Lot Police in Anne Arundel County need your help to identify three suspects in a robbery at the Westfield Annapolis Mall.
- Salisbury University Stadium To Get $19M Upgrade Salisbury University will break ground on $19 million in upgrades to the school's stadium this winter.
- Poultry Staffers Return To Work After Ammonia Leak The Dorchester County authorities say staffers at the Amick Farms poultry processing plant in Hurlock have returned to work after an ammonia leak caused the building to be evacuated.
- Former Naval Academy Superintendent Dies At 77 Arizona Sen. John McCain is praising former Naval Academy Superintendent Charles Larson, who died over the weekend, as a great man.