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Did sex offender revelations derail Fells Point Corner Theatre’s ‘A Christmas Carol’?

Local theatre-lovers were shocked on Thursday to learn that less than 48 hours before opening night, Fells Point Corner Theatre (FPCT) had cancelled the entire run of “A Christmas Carol.” The production – which was being staged at FPCT in […]

Did sex offender revelations derail Fells Point Corner Theatre’s ‘A Christmas Carol’?

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Local theatre-lovers were shocked on Thursday to learn that less than 48 hours before opening night, Fells Point Corner Theatre (FPCT) had cancelled the entire run of “A Christmas Carol.” The production – which was being staged at FPCT in […]

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Ex-officer who killed Walter Scott is sentenced to 20 years

WASHINGTON – A former police officer who was shown fatally shooting Walter Scott in the back two years in a shocking video that went viral – sparking nationwide protests and

Gas expolsion destroyed this houes in the 7400 block Remmoor Road in Woodmoor, Maryland. credit Michael Jordan

Gas explosion rocks Woodmoor area of Baltimore County

An apparent gas explosion and subsequent fire destroyed a house on the 7400 block Remoor Road in Woodmoor earlier today. Several neighboring houses were also damaged, including two homes

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A. Dwight Pettit: Civil Rights champion says Maryland concealed weapon law discriminates against Blacks

It’s no secret that crime rates in Baltimore are at all-time highs. With more that 320 murders this year and luckless tourists being beaten in the streets, the illusion

A Maryland State Police helicopter separates from a larger group of helicopters in the "Lost Man" formation. The flight offered a touching tribute over Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens as the sun began to set during the Detective Sean Suiter funeral. (Michael Jordan)

Detective Sean Suiter funeral in pictures

A Maryland State Police helicopter -- part of a larger group of helicopters participating in a "Lost Man" formation.  The flight offered a touching tribute over Dulaney Valley Memorial

A contingent of visiting police pays tribute to fallen Baltimore City Police Detective Sean Suiter. (Michael Jordan)

Thousands in Baltimore pay tribute to fallen Detective Sean Suiter

Part of the color guard at Mt. Pleasant Church to honor Baltimore City Police Detective Sean Suiter. (Michael Jordan) Funeral services were held today at Mt. Pleasant Church in Baltimore

Washington, Baltimore bid for 2026 World Cup matches at FedEx Field, M&T Bank Stadium

By Adam Zielonka Capital News Service Maryland’s two NFL stadiums could be the sites of FIFA World Cup matches come 2026, and executives in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are working to

Fire breaks out in Pemco warehouse in S.E. Baltimore

Fire burns through the vacant Pemco warehouse in southeast Baltimore City. The 2-story brick structure, which was about to be demolished, once housed a porcelain factory. Nearly fifty firefighters

Baltimore homicide detective dies; manhunt continues for cop killer

BALTIMORE – The Baltimore homicide detective who was shot in the head Wednesday evening has died, Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said Thursday afternoon. Det. Sean Suiter, 43, was pronounced dead shortly

Baltimore Rising spotlights courage, collaboration in wake of Freddie Gray death

Baltimore City Police Commissioner Kevin Davis talks with community leader Genard “Shadow” Barr in the new HBO documentary Baltimore Rising. (courtesy HBO) In April 2015, a seemingly routine arrest turned

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