Cuts to the nation’s food stamp program enacted this year are only affecting four states, far from the sweeping overhaul that Republicans had pushed, an Associated Press review has found.
Maryland State Police are on the lookout for several people they say are part of a counterfeiting ring. Police are hoping someone may recognize the suspects from surveillance photos and turn them in.
Members of a union representing 2,000 hospital workers have approved a labor contract with Johns Hopkins Hospital after months of contentious negotiations.
Al Reed is used to strange cars being parked on his block of Hollins Street. He’ll watch people get out and examine the three-story brick rowhome a few doors down from his, snap some pictures and peer into the windows.
Baltimore County Police have charged a cadet with stealing tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of drugs and money from the department’s evidence room.
Dominion Resources’ proposal to build a liquefied natural gas export facility is dividing residents of the quiet town of Lusby on the Chesapeake Bay.
A retired D.C. police detective has pleaded guilty to embezzling money from two unions he founded.
A federal judge in Baltimore is ordering M&T Bank Corp. to forfeit $560,000 in drug money laundered through a branch in Perry Hall.
A new Washington Post poll gives Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown a commanding lead in the Democratic primary, 20 points ahead of Attorney General Doug Gansler. In the GOP, Larry Hogan is 16 points ahead of Harford County’s David Craig.
Baltimore County Police are searching for a male suspect who robbed an M&T Bank in the 700-block of Frederick Road on May 23.
An investigation is underway in the city following a police-involved shooting. It happened just a few blocks away from the University of Maryland Baltimore campus.
Maryland officials say the food processing company Protenergy Natural Foods in Cambridge is being acquired by Oakbrook, Illinois-based TreeHouse Foods for $150 million.