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State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby at odds with police over marijuana arrests

BALTIMORE – The last time State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby fought with the Baltimore Police Department, a big piece of this city was on fire. This time, the fight’s only about lighting up a joint. The last time Mosby made headlines […]

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby at odds with police over marijuana arrests

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BALTIMORE – The last time State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby fought with the Baltimore Police Department, a big piece of this city was on fire. This time, the fight’s only about lighting up a joint. The last time Mosby made headlines […]

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Las Vegas sex-trafficker who is suspect in unsolved double homicide threatened victims weeks before the murders

LAS VEGAS — The murders of Sydney Land, 21 and Nehemiah ‘Neo” Kauffman, 20, were both found dead in their Northwest Las Vegas, Nevada apartment on October 27, 2016 may

Who is the top lobbyist in Maryland?

By Len Lazarick For MarylandReporter.com For the fourth year in a row, Tim Perry and his lobbying firm remain the highest paid lobbyists in Annapolis, according to annual reports from the State

911 service and cell towers improvements on agenda for Maryland counties

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter The Maryland Association of Counties is pushing for improvements in the state’s 911 system, among other priorities, while the Maryland Municipal League has just one

Robots and their teen builders seek tax break

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Robots and their teenage builders seeking a tax break livened up a hearing before the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee Wednesday. Heather Lin, 15, and her

Lobbyists vent frustrations about Assembly website

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter The Maryland General Assembly tech folks thought they had spiffed up the hearing schedule on the legislative website for this session, but instead, they got

Nurses to get pay boost to help cure staffing shortage

By Diane Rey For MarylandReporter.com Nurses who work in state facilities and hospitals are among those who will benefit the most if the Maryland Health Department’s proposed FY 2020 budget remains

Standardized tests will be shorter

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Here’s some good news for Maryland’s public school students – the state Department of Education plans to cut the time they spend taking standardized tests. The

Cindy Marinangel as film icon Marlene Dietrich in the stage play Dietrich.

Marlene Dietrich, Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner inspired playwright Willard Manus

Actress Cindy Marinangel vividly portrays film icon Marlene Dietrich in a one-woman show simply titled Dietrich. It might surprise modern readers to learn that, as American troops fought their way

Super Bowl Week Part 1: The ‘why’ of it

It’s Super Bowl week and I figure what the heck, why not break up my Super Bowl week coverage of the NFL into two parts? After all, the game

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