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March 16, 2019


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Baltimore Mayor Pugh amends financial disclosure filings amid scrutiny over book sales to UMMS hospital system

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has amended her financial disclosure filings amid scrutiny over the sale of copies of her children's books to the University of Maryland Medical System, where she is a long-time member of the board of directors.


The story of the unsolved 2011 murder invoked in Hopkins police force debate

Nearly eight years after U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings's nephew Christopher Cummings was shot to death in his house near Old Dominion University, the Norfolk Police have not made an arrest in the killing.


Ravens agree to two-year deal with cornerback Justin Bethel, a special teams mainstay

The Ravens signed Justin Bethel, who played exclusively on special teams for the Atlanta Falcons last season.


New Baltimore police commissioner pledges to be officers' 'strongest advocate,' defends consent decree

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison pledged to serve as officers’ “strongest advocate,” but asks them to be “proactive,” in a video introducing himself to the department’s rank-and-file.


Two people shot Friday night in Baltimore, police say; one in critical condition

Two people were shot Friday night in different areas of Baltimore, police said.


Baltimore-area Muslims call for goodwill, a strengthening of faith after New Zealand attack

The leader of Baltimore’s largest mosque urged an overflow crowd to show patience and kindness to everyone around them — and to continue, as always, to reach out and help anyone in need — in response to the massacre that took the lives of 49 Muslims in two New Zealand mosques on Friday morning.


Van Hollen urges immediate work on Baltimore Washington Parkway to fix problems that slowed speed limit

U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen is asking the National Park Service to take immediate action to fix problems with the Baltimore Washington Parkway that have slowed traffic to 40 mph.


Medical students in Maryland celebrate residency placements on Match Day

Fourth-year medical students across the country, including students at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University, received their residency placements on March 15, Match Day.


Jacques Kelly: Where Oakenshawe came from

Dennis J. Wilson's book on the Baltimore neighborhood explains how a string of 19th-century family-owned mansions metamorphosed into upscale housing for thousands.


Senators want to cut $1M from Maryland university system office due to 'lack of transparency and accountability'

A Maryland Senate panel wants to cut $1 million from the state university system’s top office in the contentious aftermath of a football player’s death and a separate case involving the system’s chancellor.


Raccoon tests positive for rabies after attacking an Ellicott City woman

A raccoon that attacked an Ellicott City woman earlier this week tested positive for rabies, according to the Howard County Health Department.

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