Catherine Pugh Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison In 'Healthy Holly' ScandalFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison and three years of probation after pleading guilty to multiple charges in the "Healthy Holly" book scandal.
'I Really Messed Up' | Catherine Pugh's Team Shares Emotional Apology Video Ahead Of SentencingA video released by her defense team shows a remorseful former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh apologizing for her actions in the "Healthy Holly" scandal.
Catherine Pugh Awaits Sentencing In 'Healthy Holly' Case As Supporters Urge Judge To Be LenientProsecutors are asking for former Mayor Catherine Pugh to spend about five years in prison- while her lawyers are asking for a year and a day.
US Attorney Recommends Nearly 5-Year Sentence For Catherine Pugh In 'Healthy Holly' ScandalU.S. Attorney Robert Hur is recommending a nearly five-year prison sentence for former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh in the "Healthy Holly" scandal.
UMMS Working To Recover Remaining $400K It Spent On 'Healthy Holly' BooksThe University of Maryland Medical System has recovered $100,000 of the $500,000 it spent on former board member and Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's "Healthy Holly" books and is working to get the rest back, the board's chairman told lawmakers Thursday.
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Indicted On Fraud, Tax Evasion Charges In 'Healthy Holly' Book ScandalFormer Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was federally indicted on 11 counts of wire fraud and tax evasion Wednesday in connection to the Healthy Holly scandal.
READ: Indictment Against Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine PughThe disgraced former mayor of Baltimore was charged Wednesday with fraud and tax evasion involving sales of her self-published children's books.
City Hall, Marylanders Rattled By News Of Catherine Pugh's IndictmentCity hall was rocked by the announcement of former mayor Catherine Pugh's indictment.
Auditors ‘Hindered’ In University Of Maryland Medical System ReportAn auditor for the state of Maryland says his office has been “hindered” repeatedly in an audit of the University of Maryland Medical System, which has been rocked by scandal and resignations of board members.
New UMMS CEO Promises Accountability After ‘Healthy Holly’ ScandalFor the first time since a self-dealing scandal shook the University of Maryland Medical System, some financial disclosure information for current board members has been released.
Baltimore City Council Approves New Ethics, Disclosure Rules After 'Healthy Holly' ScandalThe legislation requires disclosure of all outside directorships, even if the group does not do business with the city.