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Baltimore Police On Track to Double Ghost Guns Recovered in 2020, Says Deputy Commissioner

Baltimore police are on track to seize at least twice as many privately manufactured firearms — often called "ghost guns" — as they did...

Public Defender: Ocean City Police Department Should Require Body-Worn Cameras

The Office of the Public Defender issued a call Monday for the Ocean City Police Department to implement body-worn cameras following a series of...

Pressure Grows to Remove Confederate Statue in Talbot County

With Juneteenth approaching, some local groups are ramping up efforts to remove a Confederate statue in Talbot County.The Move the Monument Coalition and the...
Immigrants

Opinion: Immigrants Deserve Protections That Only Citizenship Can Offer

On June 14, I joined my brother and many other immigrants in a five-day fast with the Fast for Freedom because I want to...

Civil Rights Leaders Increase Pressure on Ocean City Officials at State House Rally

Maryland civil rights leaders ratcheted up pressure on Ocean City officials Wednesday, threatening Maryland's number one tourist town with legal action and an economic...
Redemption

Opinion: If Society Values Redemption, Then Changes to Sentencing Rule Are Necessary

Opportunity for parole should be based on two factors: meeting terms of punishment and rehabilitation.The Court of Appeals is considering amending Maryland Rule 4-345...

Opinion: Dist. 18 Constituents Question Senator’s Priorities on Police Reform, Other Measures

One of the key responsibilities of elected officials is to safeguard those who are most vulnerable. But who does state Sen. Jeff Waldstreicher protect,...
Ocean City

Top Lawmakers Call Use of Force By Ocean City Police “Disturbing”

The state’s top political leaders expressed outrage Monday morning after the release of cellphone footage showing Ocean City police officers exerting force against a...

Opinion: Asian Pacific American Community Must Unite Against Racism, UMD Student Writes

May 31 marked the first-ever National Day of Solidarity Against AAPI Hate. Thousands gathered in major cities across the country to protest against anti-Asian...

Former Cecil County Election Official Charged With Perjury, Misconduct In Office

The former deputy director of the Cecil County Board of Elections has been charged with misconduct in office for altering a financial disclosure form,...