Baltimore Mayor Says City Is Ready For Winter — CBS Baltimore
Maryland cannabis regulators have exciting news for the 15,000-plus patients already registered to receive marijuana for medical purposes: the industry’s opening day is merely weeks away.
Featured Listing and Open House: Gleaming Hardwoods and Attention to Detail in this Builder’s Special
Saturday, November 18 from 12pm – 2pm
Lt. Brian Rice, the highest ranking officer on the scene on the day Freddie Gray’s spinal cord was severed, was cleared of any wrongdoing today by a police trial board.
The holiday season is upon us and so is the quest to find the perfect gift. Thankfully, store owners put thought and planning into holiday gift-giving months ago, ordering loads of gifts to love.
How do they predict which gifts will fly off the shelves?
Last month, we looked at new and forthcoming books from four alums of the University of Baltimore MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts. This month, we’re sampling work from two alumni-founded publishing houses, Mason Jar Press and Ink Press.
An eight-foot great white shark stuck her dorsal fin out just long enough to say hi to Maryland’s coast yesterday.
Maryland has rallied in full force around the family and colleagues of Det. Sean Suiter, who was gunned down Wednesday afternoon at an infamously violent intersection in Harlem Park, offering bountiful prayers and support. However, the people who have created online fundraisers for Suiter are not contributing to that honest effort, police say.