In Maryland, you can take pictures of officers in public but in several high-profile cases, police are accused of trying to stop those recordings.
Maryland is projected to receive $85.7 million as part of an agreement between 49 states and Ocwen Financial Corp. for first lien principal reductions for distressed borrowers.
Ocean City is settling a free-speech challenge of the town’s noise ordinance by a boardwalk violinist.
Metro has agreed to settle a lawsuit against its insurance broker that stemmed from the 2009 red line crash that killed nine people.
Baltimore officials have approved a nearly $100,000 settlement ending a lawsuit over Inner Harbor demonstrations.
The owner of a Hagerstown cement plant has agreed to a $700,000 fine to settle allegations it violated the federal Clean Air Act.
Baltimore City settles a lawsuit brought on the family of a fire department recruit killed during a botched training exercise.
Frederick Community College has released some details about the ouster of its former president following a newspaper’s filing of a Public Information Act request and lawsuit.
The Board of Public Works approved a $40,000 settlement on Wednesday for a former inmate who was beaten on three occasions in 2007 after he claimed he ended his involvement in a smuggling ring that included a corrupt former corrections officer.
Scientists revealed Wednesday that they have found the first solid archaeological evidence that some of the earliest American colonists at Jamestown, Va., survived harsh conditions by turning to cannibalism.
The Frederick News-Post says it will ask a judge to force Frederick Community College to disclose information about the ouster of the school’s president.
The City Board of Estimates officially signs off on a settlement for a teenage girl killed in a freak accident.