Recognize this suspect? #HoCoPolice offering up to a $500 reward for info on suspect who stole cash and food in Nov. 5 burglary at McDonald’s in Columbia. Call 410-313-STOP or HCPDcrimetips@howardcountymd.gov. pic.twitter.com/Iq3VWu6ZVF — Howard County Police (@HCPDNews) November 14, 2017 ...Read More »
EDGEWATER — Authorities say a former employee of an Edgewater restaurant has been caught on camera falling from the eatery’s ceiling during a burglary. Anne Arundel County police spokesman Cpl. Jacklyn Davis says 40-year-old Mark Akers of Edgewater was charged ...Read More »
Marriott International Inc., of Bethesda, the global hotel company, announced it has formed a studio to produce and distribute video and other content across digital, TV and other platforms. Karin Timpone, Marriott’s global marketing officer, said in a statement: “The ...Read More »
Matthew S. Betz, 44 and a 22-year volunteer with the Baltimore County Police Department, will be allowed to continue to perform administrative work for the department. His arrest powers were suspended immediately after the Feb. 23 incident.Read More »
The city’s Board of Estimates is set to approve a $250,000 settlement with an Owings Mills man who alleged police seized his cellphone and deleted video he took of his friend being arrested during the 2010 Preakness Stakes.Read More »
Maryland residents interested in how the legislative sausage is made may soon have more options to follow bills in the General Assembly under a number of proposed changes to the rules and laws guiding the House of Delegates and Senate.Read More »
The Senate president predicts an increase but said he wasn't sure what that might look like other than to say "it's going to be different, in my opinion, from what the governor has proposed and it's going to be different from what the people in Prince George's and Montgomery County have already enacted."
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