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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 were called to the scene at Eastern Ave. & Bayard Blvd.  […]

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

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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 were called to the scene at Eastern Ave. & Bayard Blvd.  […]

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Baltimore City Community College financials a mess, auditors find

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Legislative auditors issued a damning report about lax and possibly illegal financial practices at Baltimore City Community College, an institution already under state pressure to fix its

Doug Poppa talks about his investigative report on Stallone and more

Charles Manson dead at 83

Charles Manson, the man who commanded a “family” of followers that carried out a string of murders in 1969, has died. He was 83 years old. Born to a 16-year

Hub Labels, Inc. wins three awards at Annual TLMI Competition

Hub Labels, a custom manufacturer of pressure sensitive labels in Hagerstown, Maryland was recently presented with three awards from The Annual TLMI Competition held in Scottsdale, AZ. Hub Labels

Former Sen. Dorgan: GOP tax reform bill favors large corporations

WASHINGTON – Former Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) on Friday said the tax reform bill Republican lawmakers crafted in conjunction with the Trump administration favors large corporations. “The House and Senate bills both appear

Letter to the Editor: Best reason to keep the Electoral College

Dear Editor, Last week The New York Times ran yet another editorial demonizing the Electoral College. Apparently, the 2016 election is still being contested. The Electoral College is tied to the

Capital punishment could come to an end in America

Wiping the stain of capital punishment clean On Monday, the Supreme Court will decide whether to hear a case with the potential to end this nation’s abominably long and freakish

Outrage over GQ is tied to IQ

I did some really deep research today and found out GQ magazine has a little over 600,000 subscribers and about 800,000 readers. In other words, most people, myself included,

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

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