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This combination of photos shows, from top left, former Rankin County sheriff’s deputies Hunter Elward, Christian Dedmon, Brett McAlpin, Jeffrey Middleton, Daniel Opdyke and former Richland police officer Joshua Hartfield appearing at the Rankin County Circuit Court in Brandon, Mississippi, on Aug. 14, 2023. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Aug 14, 2023

Six ex-police officers plead guilty to state charges for torturing two Black men

Six white former Mississippi law officers pleaded guilty to state charges for torturing two Black men in a racist assault.

Aug 8, 2023

The Peale, Andy Warhol Foundation award Baltimore artists $60K

The Peale, Baltimore’s Community Museum, with support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Tuesday announced the 2023 Grit Fund Awards winners, as nine individual projects received a total of $60,000 for innovative, community-based works and research efforts. Since 2015, Baltimore’s artists have found support for their projects through the Grit Fund. Ranging […]

Aug 1, 2023

CCBC’s male student of color initiative awarded $75,000 takeoff grant 

The Community College of Baltimore County received a $75,000 grant from Takeoff: Institutional Innovations for College Men of Color, a project led by the University of Southern California Race and Equity Center.  In partnership with the Honors Program, MSSI will use this grant to increase retention, completion and transfer success for high achieving male students […]

Jul 27, 2023

F.N.B. to become sole ATM provider for Metro system

F.N.B. Corporation and its banking subsidiary, First National Bank, have announced a partnership with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority that establishes FNB as the sole ATM provider for the third-largest rail system in the United States. The partnership will add more than 120 machines to FNB’s network by the start of 2024. Metro provided more […]

Former President Donald Trump visits Café du Monde in New Orleans on July 25, 2023. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
Jul 27, 2023

Trump says his lawyers have met with prosecutors ahead of possible 2020 election indictment

Lawyers for Donald Trump were meeting Thursday with members of special counsel Jack Smith's team as a potential indictment loomed.

Jul 7, 2023


Criminal law — Admissibility of evidence — Witness intimidation Following a jury trial in the Circuit Court for Charles County, William Anthony Smothers, appellant, was convicted of attempted second-degree murder and related offenses. Read the opinion

Jun 28, 2023

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Jun 5, 2023

MCB, Artemis, Ace Logistics acquire Tower Logistics Center in Aberdeen

A joint venture between MCB Real Estate LLC, Artemis Real Estate Partners and principals of Ace Logistics Services Inc. acquired Tower Logistics Center at 1225 South Philadelphia Road in Aberdeen. Tower Logistics Center, soon to be renamed Ace Logistics Center, is an 859,900-square-foot industrial building developed by Merritt Properties in partnership with BentallGreenOak in 2021. It […]

Jun 5, 2023


Criminal procedure — Consciousness of guilt — Illegal sentence Edward G. Foster was convicted in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of second-degree assault, illegal possession of a regulated firearm, wearing, carrying, and transporting a handgun, and reckless endangerment. Read the opinion

May 31, 2023

Capital Funding Group closes $207M for refinancing of 10 skilled nursing facilities across South Atlantic

Baltimore-based Capital Funding Group (CFG) Wednesday announced the closing of $207 million in financing to support the refinancing of ten skilled nursing facilities. The facilities, which span Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, operate more than 1,200 beds. The deal was closed on May 5 on behalf of affiliates of The Portopiccolo Group, a nationally recognized borrower. The […]

New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney speaks about drug abuse issues in Concord, New Hampshire, on Feb. 22, 2013. Delaney is withdrawing his nomination for the Boston-based 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, File)
May 19, 2023

Federal appeals court nominee withdraws in rare judicial defeat for Biden

In a rare judicial defeat for President Joe Biden, Michael Delaney is withdrawing his nomination for the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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