In 2007, the Annapolis City Council passed a bill apologizing for slavery. The legislation also called for a time of education in the last week of October.
Two men in two separate incidents die in police custody in Baltimore. Questions surrounding the cases have the department under fire.
Annapolis Mayor-elect Michael Pantelides is making the first appointments in his administration, despite talk on the City Council of possibly stripping the mayor’s office of much of its power.
A tense showdown at City Hall. Days after police top brass announce a new crime strategy based on a pricey consultant’s report, the city’s top cop is grilled by the City Council. A shortage of officers and skyrocketing overtime top the list of concerns.
About 50 people are scheduled to testify at a hearing on proposed changes to Montgomery County’s zoning law.
The City Council has voted to permanently ban the kiosks that buy cell phones on the spot and instantly dispense money to the buyer.
The Baltimore City Council gives final approval to $100 million in taxpayer assistance for a new waterfront development. Supporters say the plan will create thousands of jobs but some see it as nothing but a handout to the developer.
The city of Hagerstown says charities must stop using a city-owned parking lot to give away food to the homeless.
Like a warzone. With dozens of shootings in parts of Baltimore since just the start of summer, and a number of people dead, city police are taking action.
The Baltimore City police department is waging war against violence in the city. But even with more officers on the streets, there was another shooting just hours ago!
Baltimore’s city council backed off on a ban of styrofoam products used by restaurants and carryouts.
A small Maryland city just outside the Washington, D.C., city limits has voted to lower the voting age for city elections to 16.