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Plea Deals: Bargaining while stuck in jail

A defendant walks from a Baltimore courthouse to a van that will transport him to a detention facility. Defendants held without bail are far more likely to plead guilty than those released. Capital News Service photo by Alex Mann. This […]

Plea Deals: Bargaining while stuck in jail

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A defendant walks from a Baltimore courthouse to a van that will transport him to a detention facility. Defendants held without bail are far more likely to plead guilty than those released. Capital News Service photo by Alex Mann. This […]

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HONfest celebrates its 25th birthday

Before the skies opened up around 3 p.m.,with a showery 1/2 hour downpour, HONfest, in Hampden, was off to a pretty good start, on Saturday. It was mostly a

Hotel Revival comes to Charm City

There’s a new hotel in downtown Baltimore, 101 West Monument Street to be exact, that opened May 3.  It’s the Hotel Revival, owned by Two Roads Hospitality, with other locations

Did Baltimore avoid a life-endangering metro rail crisis through sheer luck?

Without public notice, Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Transportation/Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT/MTA) closed the entire Metro Subway line from Owings Mills to Johns Hopkins downtown on

A story worth telling: Apropoe’s

The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel Apropoe’s restaurant and bar, plays tribute to the city’s most renowned author, Edgar Allen Poe.  Poe wrote mysteries, even a food-related short story, The

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh suspends Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa

BALTIMORE — Baltimore’s mayor said on Friday afternoon that she has placed the city’s police commissioner on paid leave, one day after it was disclosed that he is facing federal

Brunch and a show: Nothing beats that

Nothing like a day that consists of brunch and a show. I was lucky enough to have such a day and I'm going to share it with you. Too

Mayor Pugh should think twice before signing ban on foam containers

By Casey Jenkins Mayor Catherine Pugh gave her second State of the City address March 12, laying out a bold vision for the future of Baltimore City. After saying that

Why I moved to Baltimore….and loving it

“Why Baltimore?”, friends asked. The simple answer was: “necessity”. Several years of under-and unemployment meant I could no longer afford – nor did I need – the 6,000 square

Brunch to lunch in Baltimore – places to eat for your next time out

Hooray and alas, thanks to one of Baltimore’s premiere p.r. gals, Randi Rom, I was invited to try a new place (for me) for brunch. It is Sam’s Canterbury

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