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Frosh Joins Calls For Removal of Confederate Talbot Boys Statue

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) called for the removal of the Confederate Talbot Boys monument in Easton on Wednesday, saying the Jim...

With Help from CASA, Tenants File Court Claims Seeking End to High Water Bills...

Tenants from two largely Latino communities in Maryland filed complaints in state and federal court against their landlords this summer, seeking to address what...

Judicial Screening Commission Recommends Four for Appeals Court Vacancy

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) will have three judges and one attorney to consider for a looming vacancy on the state's highest court.The...

Baltimore County Reaches $3 Million Settlement Agreement With Korryn Gaines’ Family

Baltimore County has agreed to a $3 million settlement with the family of Korryn Gaines, a Black woman killed by a county police officer...

Maryland Elections Board, Blind Advocates Reach Agreement on Efforts to Improve Ballot Privacy for...

The Maryland State Board of Elections has settled a longstanding dispute over ballot-marking devices that disability advocates say forced them to cast a segregated...

Police Join Residents For Night Out After Long Pandemic Lockdown

At Garden Village Community Center on the edge of Baltimore City and Baltimore County, some police officers handed out yellow drawstring bags and snacks,...

Md. Democrats Press U.S. Senators to Pass Voting Rights Legislation

U.S. Senate Democrats joined with dozens of state legislators at a rally outside the U.S. Capitol Tuesday afternoon, demanding that the Senate skip August...

Advocates Rally for Family of Korryn Gaines on Five Year Anniversary of Her Death

Family members and advocates gathered at Patriot Plaza outside of the Baltimore County Circuit Court on Monday evening to rally for justice on the...

Elections Official Who Altered Campaign Document Pleads Guilty

A former top Cecil County elections official pleaded guilty to misconduct in office last week. She was then sentenced to three years’ supervised probation...
Redemption

Union Implores State to Provide More Officers and Resources to Maryland’s Largest Prison

Officers at Maryland’s largest prison say that they have been understaffed for years, fostering an unsafe environment and leading to a rise in assaults...