The Bea Gaddy Family Center’s Thanksgiving Day dinner draws thousands. But did you know, with three weeks to go, preparations have already begun?
It’s graduation day for three veteran service dogs trained by incarcerated military veterans at a state prison near Hagerstown.
A Washington law firm says Frederick County immigration enforcement contributed to the suicides of three jail inmates.
Maryland’s recidivism rate is down. That means a larger number of people released after serving their sentences are not coming back to the prison system.
Seventeen inmates in Prince George’s County are receiving their high school diplomas.
More than a dozen convicted killers are released from prison on a technicality, and dozens more could follow.
The stunning level of corruption inside the Baltimore City Detention Center is nothing new. In 2007, an inmate using a smuggled phone put out a hit on a witness. And now, his mother wants action to fix a system she believes is still broken.
And The Plot Thickens: Lawmakers ‘Not Surprised’ By Baltimore Prison Scandal, Call For Top Down Investigation
Drugs, sex and money–all inside the Baltimore City jail. Now we’re learning more about the inner workings of a massive smuggling ring behind bars.
Hazard Wilson’s new cellmate is a hairy bundle of energy whose playful zeal can’t be contained by steel doors: a five-month-old golden retriever. Yardley is one of three canines assigned since September to inmates at a maximum-security prison in western Maryland for training as service dogs for disabled military veterans.
Maryland state prison inmates in Sykesville are taking part in a breast cancer awareness campaign.
Dental floss may prevent toothaches, but it’s given jailers plenty of headaches.
Maryland officials are preparing to tear down a more than 130-year-old prison that was closed in 2007 after a string of violent incidents.