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  • Baltimore man gets 21 years for armed bank robbery

    A Baltimore man was sentenced Thursday to more than 21 years in prison for armed bank robbery and using a gun during a violent crime, prosecutors said. In January and February of 2011, Gregory McNeil, 61, robbed two Baltimore County banks of more than...
  • Twin brothers sentenced to prison for robbing Landover bank

    A federal judge sentenced twin brothers to more than eight years in federal prison Monday for robbing $90,000 from a Landover Wachovia bank with help from a corrupt employee and others, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced. Darnell and Ronnell...
  • Man sentenced in ATM skimming conspiracy that affected Harford, region

    A Bulgarian citizen, who was involved in an international conspiracy to skim debit and credit card information from bank and other ATMs, including at least one in Bel Air early last year, was sentenced to 32 months in federal prison by a judge in...
  • Wells Fargo Does Right

    Wells Fargo Does Right
    When Wells Fargo bought Wachovia and Golden West in 2008, they acquired, among other things, a debt to society. According to an agreement struck between Connecticut’s Attorney General and the bank, Wells Fargo will modify up to 1,535 loans and...
  • Earthquake causes Baltimore traffic congestion, transit delays

    Commuters experienced delays on roads, bridges and transit systems around the state as Marylanders felt the effect of a 5.8-magnitude earthquake in Virginia Tuesday, but most of the disruptions were clearing up by late afternoon. Jack Cahalan, a...
  • Man who robbed 2 Baltimore banks sentenced

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a man who robbed two Baltimore banks with what he claimed to be were bombs has been sentenced to 14 years in prison. Thirty-year-old Nathaniel Green of Baltimore was also ordered at sentencing on Tuesday to...
  • Wells Fargo moves into a city it helped devastate

    Wells Fargo moves into a city it helped devastate
    This weekend you may notice former Wachovia branches around Baltimore getting a makeover, swapping out their old logos for brand new Wells Fargo signs. While Wells Fargo has been busy promoting the new and improved services customers will receive,...
  • Wells Fargo has been good to Baltimore

    As mentioned in a recent op-ed article in The Sun, a host of bank branches and offices were renamed Wells Fargo (formerly Wachovia) over the weekend ("Wells Fargo not a good neighbor in Baltimore," Sept. 16). The op-ed did not mention that before and...
  • Regional investment bank aims for a reprise

    Regional investment bank aims for a reprise
    Jim Freedman and his partners have been here before. "We call this Act Three," he told me one day recently from the Westside high-rise office of Intrepid Investment Bankers, his new firm devoted to mergers and acquisitions in the regional middle market...
  • S. Florida sign company builds on its success

    S. Florida sign company builds on its success
    Jeff and Jim Adinolfe are feeling pretty good about the little company they started 20 years ago in Lake Worth. They can look back on their work — including on opening day at the Miami Marlins ballpark — to see they've come a long way. Their...
  • $1 billion in aid coming to Maryland foreclosure victims

    A federal judge finalized on Thursday a landmark settlement that will bring nearly $1 billion in aid to Maryland homeowners who were victims of deceptive and illegal foreclosure practices. The settlement, for $25 billion in total, was first reached in...