Gourmet Ganja? Marijuana Dining is Growing Up, SlowlyThe marijuana industry is trying to move away from its pizza-and-Doritos roots as folks explore how to safely serve marijuana and food.
Fair Board Shuts Down Vendor of Suspected THC-laced CandiesOperators of a Maryland county fair are shutting down a vendor suspected of selling candies laced with THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.
Medical Marijuana CEO Says License Process A "Buzz Saw"Eugene Monroe, a former Baltimore Ravens football player who is a GTI investor, said the commission's decision amounts to changing the rules of the game after it's been played.
Rankings Of Medical Marijuana Applicants To Be ReleasedMaryland's medical marijuana commission next week will be releasing the rankings of top applicants to become growers and processors.
Police Commissioner Wants To Revamp Marijuana Rules to Attract New OfficersFilling vacancies in Baltimore City's police department is a tough task and the commissioner wants to change a hard-and-fast requirement--that he sees as a stumbling block to attracting more officers.
Town Told Not To Drink Water Possibly Tainted With THCAuthorities say they found signs that a water well had been tampered with after preliminary tests showed the psychoactive chemical in marijuana was present in the drinking water of a small Colorado town.
Troopers Find Nearly 1,000 Pounds Of Pot In U-Haul VanTroopers found nearly 1,000 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop in Cecil County Monday night.
Ravens Eugene Monroe Urges NFL To Reconsider MarijuanaBaltimore Ravens tackle Eugene Monroe has been campaigning for the NFL to consider funding medical marijuana research in relation to CTE, pain relief and player health.
Norris: Eugene Monroe's Future As A Raven Is UnclearEugene Monroe by many accounts will not be employed as a left tackle by the Baltimore Ravens this year.
Steve Davis: Eugene Monroe Takes A Stance On Marijuana In NFLEugene Monroe has taken quite the public stance on the NFL allowing players to use marijuana instead of popping pills for pain relief.
Man Charged After Cop Helps Find His Marijuana Lost In YardAn Ohio man who got a police officer's help to find a bit of marijuana lost in his yard has been charged with misdemeanor drug abuse.
Frederick County Set To Decide On Zoning For Growing PotThe Frederick County Council is considering allowing medical marijuana production on land zoned for agriculture.