Maryland


Baltimore Statue Honoring National Anthem Is Defaced

A statue paid for with pennies contributed by Baltimore school children more than a century ago was found sprayed with red paint Monday morning. Jennifer Arndt Robinson, executive director of…

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Maryland Office Shooting Suspect Linked to Delaware Shooting

A gunman opened fire at a Maryland office park on Wednesday morning, killing three co-workers and wounding two others, authorities and the business owner said. He is also believed to…

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Pilot Ejects Safely Before F-16 Crashes in Maryland

A fighter jet pilot on a training mission ejected safely before the aircraft crashed Wednesday in a wooded area in a Washington suburb. Witnesses reported the sound of live ammunition.…

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Hitler’s Personal Traveling Phone for Sale

A Maryland auction house is selling Adolf Hitler’s personal traveling telephone. Bill Panagopulos of Alexander Historical Auctions in Chesapeake City says occupying Russian officers gave the phone to Brig. Sir…

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4 People Injured, 6 Dead in Baltimore House Fire

UPDATE 5:15 p.m. Sadly, the bodies of all six children have been found; they are confirmed dead. — Our original story appears below:   BALTIMORE (AP) – Six children were…

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Baltimore, DoJ Reach Consent Decree Over Policing

A spokesman for Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says the city and the U.S. Justice Department have reached an agreement on a consent decree that will require the city to reform…

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Harav Velvel Rosen, zt”l

The Baltimore community gathered today to pay kvod acharon to Harav Zev (Velvel) Rosen, zt”l, a man who contributed so much to the landscape of that city. As Menahel for…

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Baltimore Arts Building Shuttered Days After Oakland Fire

Baltimore officials have shut down an arts building for safety violations and evicted dozens of tenants three days after a fire at a California-warehouse-turned-artists’- enclave killed three dozen people. The…

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Maryland Gov. to Lead Trade Mission to Israel

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will be leading a trade mission to Israel this month, officials said Wednesday. The seven-day trip, scheduled for Sept. 19 through Sept. 26, will focus on…

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DoJ Report Blasts Baltimore Police Over Racial Bias, Force

The Justice Department and Baltimore police agreed to negotiate court-enforceable reforms after a scathing federal report released Wednesday criticized officers for using excessive force and routinely discriminating against blacks. The…

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