Local Woman To Digitally Archive Black Lives Matter Memorial At Enoch Pratt Free LibraryAfter standing for months, the wall was taken down earlier this year but now, Nadine Seiler, wants to make sure those messages live on.
Columbia Community Collects Winter Coats For Afghan Refugees Settling In Maryland AreaElsie Joel-Morse says over the past two weeks, thanks to word of mouth and dozens of generous hearts, she's been able to gather close to 1,000 winter coats for Afghan refugees housed at the Quantico Marine Base in Virginia.
Baltimore County-Based Diamond Comic Distributors Acquires Collectible Grading AuthorityDiamond Comic Distributors, Inc., the Cockeysville-based distributor of comics, graphic novels and other pop culture ephemera, has acquired Collectible Grading Authority, a company that grades action figures, video games, collectible dolls and other items.
Harford County Man Robert Reeder Sentenced To 3 Months In Capitol Riot CaseA federal judge said Friday he hopes a three-month sentence behind bars in a U.S. Capitol insurrection case will send a message to other defendants who don’t seem to be “truly accepting responsibility.”
Washington Wizards To Host Open Practice At Morgan State UniversityWizards dancers, G-Wiz and the coaching staff will be present along with the entire roster.
Protest For Jailed Capitol Rioters: Police Ready This TimeThe fence around the Capitol is back up, temporarily at least. Police are preparing for the possibility that some demonstrators may arrive with weapons.
Remembering 9/11: Sergeant Major Patrick Metzger Recounts Experience Following Terrorist Attacks At PentagonThe Maryland National Guard was quickly activated after the 9/11 attacks and military police rushed to the Pentagon to do everything they could to protect that site.
Former DC Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, 91, Pleads Not Guilty To Sex AssaultThe case against McCarrick and other Catholic clerics is especially raw in Boston, where the global priest sex abuse scandal first was exposed.
Nottingham Man Elias Costaines Charged In Capitol Riot Now Charged In Drug ConspiracyA Nottingham man is facing a federal indictment for drug conspiracy and firearms charges
Washington Monument Reopens Sunday After Lightning Strike Damages Access SystemA lightning strike damaged the monument's electronic access system.
Renewed Fears Of Political Violence Grip Capitol Hill Ahead Of Right-Wing RallyLawmakers and law enforcement officials are growing concerned about the possibility of violence and unrest on Capitol Hill as two key dates approach next month: a right-wing rally in support of the jailed January 6 rioters and the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
BWI Airport Welcomes First Honor Flight In Over A Year, More Than 30 Veterans On BoardBWI Thurgood Marshall Airport welcomed the first Honor Flight in over a year on Wednesday.
Report Details Mishandling Of Police Emergency System On 1/6The report obtained by The Associated Press offered new details about the shortcomings by law enforcement during the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.
Historic Headstones Of DC African Americans Relocated To MarylandDozens of headstones from a historic African American cemetery in the nation’s capital that were used as erosion control along the Virginia shoreline of the Potomac River are being relocated to a memorial garden in Maryland.
Refugee Services Looking For Volunteers & Donations As More Afghans Arrive In The AreaAs Taliban forces take greater control of Afghanistan, thousands have attempted to flee the country.