A long-running dispute involving Maryland’s historically black colleges has cost the Maryland Higher Education Commission millions. The Baltimore Sun reports the commission has spent more than $2.2 million defending itself in the lawsuit, according to records provided to the paper ...Read More »
Ronald Weich will go from lobbying legislators on Capitol Hill to navigating the political inroads of the university system after the University of Baltimore School of Law named him as its new dean this week. Weich, who comes from a ...Read More »
It was an eventful week in the city of Baltimore and in the state of Maryland, as city police announced charges against officers allegedly involved in an extortion scheme, and the same-sex marriage bill moved its way through the state ...Read More »
Police officers face charges Seventeen Baltimore police officers and two brothers who own Majestic Auto Repair Shop were charged Wednesday on allegations of arranging for the company to tow vehicles from accidents even though the company lacked the necessary city contract, ...
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Since the day William J. Murphy opened his litigation practice in 1984, he estimates he’d fielded more than 25 overtures to fold his firm into another one. None of them interested him. None, that is, until Martin S. Himeles Jr. ...Read More »
On his first day in office, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein named the final member of his leadership team: former Secretary of the Maryland Department of Budget and Management Cecilia Januszkiewicz will be his executive assistant state’s attorney for ...Read More »