| Jan 2, 2013
| 5:17 PM
A plan by the Department of Juvenile Services to double capacity at a privately run residential facility for young offenders was put off Wednesday after state officials expressed concern about the system "backsliding" toward larger, harder-to-manage...
| Jan 3, 2013
| 1:19 PM
The publisher of The Daily Record announced Thursday that a former editor at several Maryland newspapers will become editor of the Baltimore-based business and legal affairs newspaper on Jan. 14.
David B. Simon, 36, will replace Tom Linthicum, who...
| Jan 6, 2013
| 7:21 AM
Maryland State police have charged David M. Montgomery with murder after a Westminster man was found dead early Saturday morning.
Montgomery, 28, of no fixed address, was charged with first- and second-degree murder, and taken to the Carroll County...
| Dec 25, 2012
| 5:01 PM
Devontay Hudson moved from one foster home to another for years, but last month he was adopted by a Millford Mill family — another symbol of a statewide initiative that has sharply reduced the number of children in foster care.
The Gilman School...
| Dec 27, 2012
Baltimore police have enlisted state troopers to help with patrols as the city confronts a spike in crime, a move that puts to an end years of disagreement between the two agencies over the state force's role in local law enforcement.
With the Maryland...
| Dec 26, 2012
| 8:00 AM
I almost threw up when I read that the Carroll County Commissioners touting an English-only bill claimed they were not motivated by a hatred of non-English speakers in their midst but rather were expressing their brotherly concern that non-English...
| Dec 26, 2012
| 6:52 AM
Police in Carroll County on Tuesday evening fatally shot a man who is said to have approached an officer wielding a hammer, according to a press release issued on Wednesday.
Taneytown Police Chief William Tyler said in a prepared statement that officers...
| Dec 27, 2012
| 2:52 PM
Forecasters are predicting some snow accumulation around the Baltimore area Saturday, but just how much and how far south it could fall will remain somewhat of a mystery for perhaps another day. As of Thursday afternoon, though, it was looking like a...
| Dec 24, 2012
| 2:19 PM
Lee Richardson is a pioneer of sorts in taking a new look at a very old energy source.
The Wicomico County poultry farmer just finished installing a commercial-sized wood pellet stove to heat one of his chicken houses in Willards, east of Salisbury. When...
| Dec 22, 2012
No one seemed to know who owned the unhealthy trees in the alley behind Rexmere Road in Baltimore, the ones growing amid the electrical lines, but there was no mystery about the cause of every power outage around there.
Meetings were organized. Baltimore...
| May 5, 2013
| 5:12 PM
A city councilwoman is challenging Baltimore's plan to charge businesses some of the highest stormwater fees in the state — and divert some of the money that had gone to Chesapeake Bay cleanup to help fund property tax cuts.