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  • Trial begins for Taneytown man accused of possession of drugs, intent to distribute

    Trial begins for Taneytown man accused of possession of drugs, intent to distribute
    A Taneytown man is on trial on charges of possession of cocaine, crack and marijuana with the intent to distribute, but his defense attorney plans to argue to a jury Wednesday the drugs were for his own use, not for sale. Trevor Lemar Groomes, 29, of...
  • PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner

    PA Senate rejects Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner
    On a near party-line vote, the Republican-controlled Senate has rejected Gov. Tom Wolf's nominee for state police commissioner. The 26-22 vote came Monday afternoon, several hours after the Democratic governor sought to recall his nomination of Marcus...
  • Man, child injured in Annapolis crash

    Man, child injured in Annapolis crash
    A man and a child were injured in a head-on car crash Tuesday morning near the Annapolis Towne Centre, an Anne Arundel fire department spokesman said. Firefighters responded to the two-car crash near the intersection of West Street and Riva Road...
  • Letter: Thanks to all for response to threat

    Editor: On Tuesday, May 19, our school received a phone call indicating a safety threat outside of our building. Our school was promptly placed on lockdown and local law enforcement responded swiftly. I would like to thank the Maryland State Police, the...
  • Westminster man to serve four years for burglary

    Westminster man to serve four years for burglary
    A Westminster man was sentenced to 10 years in prison with all but four years suspended for burglary and theft charges including the theft of industrial equipment. Zachary James Garten, 21, of the 1000 block of Muller Road, pleaded not guilty but agreed...
  • Senate confirmation hearing set for Wolf's state police chief

    Five months and several controversies later, a state Senate committee has scheduled a confirmation hearing for Gov. Tom Wolf’s nominee to run the Pennsylvania State Police. The Senate Law & Justice Committee will hold a hearing at 10 a.m....
  • Maryland police among agencies fielding anonymous threats against airliners

    Maryland police among agencies fielding anonymous threats against airliners
    Anonymous threats against commercial airliners — including one called to the Maryland State Police — prompted scrutiny Monday of four international flights at airports in New York and New Jersey. Authorities said the threats did not appear...
  • Senate rejects Wolf's state police chief nominee Brown

    The state Senate on Monday rejected Gov. Tom Wolf's nominee to lead the Pennsylvania State Police, marking a new low point in the relationship between the Senate's GOP leadership and the new Democratic governor. The 26-22 rejection of Col. Marcus Brown,...
  • Marcus Brown's confirmation fate as PSP commissioner now a numbers game in Senate

    Marcus Brown's confirmation fate as PSP commissioner now a numbers game in Senate
    The state Senate on Monday will hold its last confirmation vote on Marcus Brown, Gov. Tom Wolf’s embattled nominee to run the state police. And the Brown vote is expected to be very close. Many Republicans have sided with the state police union,...
  • Carroll officers given show of appreciation

    Carroll officers given show of appreciation
    When Deputy 1st Class John Bozzuto of the Carroll County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of a shooting in progress in New Windsor in November, his foremost thoughts were of preventing harm befalling others. Once on the scene, Bozzuto subdued...
  • John Astle: Maryland Hall cut pointless blow at city

     John Astle: Maryland Hall cut pointless blow at city
    I've had the great privilege of representing the city of Annapolis for 33 years. During that time, I've had the opportunity to work with six governors and with colleagues from both political parties to find common ground on a number of issues. However,...