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Couple Pleads Guilty To Fraudulently Getting $30M From U.S.

A Keymar couple prosecutors say used $30 million fraudulently obtained from the federal government to finance a lavish lifestyle has pleaded guilty in the case.


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New Indictment: Federal Contractors Stole $1.5M From Workers

Federal prosecutors say the operators of two small government contracting companies stole more than $1.5 million from employee benefit plans.


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Manslaughter Case Dropped In Carroll Tavern Death

The Carroll County state’s attorney says he won’t pursue a manslaughter conviction in a 2011 tavern beating because the state’s main eyewitness isn’t credible.


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Sisters Start Vintage Goods Store In Keymar, Md.

Originally, a business wasn’t in Kasha Bomysoad and Michele Reese’s plans. But the sisters seized an opportunity that became available and are now owners of Red Caboose Vintage Goods & Furnishings store in Keymar.