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Donald E. Brady and Laura G. Marshall, Silver Spring, Maryland, formerly of Clarks Summit, recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. [Read More]
Four people were killed and at least one injured in a shooting and fire early Saturday morning in Maryland, authorities said, adding the suspect was... [Read More]
Two Corning natives won a Big Ten Championship with Maryland men's lacrosse on Saturday night. Top-ranked Maryland rallied in the second half to defeat Johns... [Read More]
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, on Saturday granted posthumous... [Read More]
The Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office said Friday it has seized a website, which claimed to be the website of an actual biotechnology company associated with... [Read More]
It's been more than 135 years since 15-year-old Howard Cooper was lynched. Now a plaque marks the spot he was hanged, an acknowledgment of a... [Read More]
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, far right, Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski and Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones stand next to a new historic marker on... [Read More]
Sifting through a shovel load of dirt in a suburban backyard, Michael Raupp and Paula Shrewsbury find their quarry: a cicada nymph.And then another. And... [Read More]
The pardons were inspired by a petition by students at Loch Raven Technical Academy that urged Hogan to pardon Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old Black boy. [Read More]
A Maryland district court chief judge on Wednesday banned court employees from wearing apparel with "thin blue line" designs, which are typically worn to show... [Read More]
"My hope is that this action will at least in some way help to right these horrific wrongs," Governor Larry Hogan said... [Read More]
Ocean City Mayor Richard W. Meehan called Jonathan Bauer a "humble hero" [Read More]
Senior attack Livy Rosenzweig scored four goals and had one assist to lead No. 9 Loyola Maryland to an 11-6 win over visiting Lehigh Saturday... [Read More]
Gov. Larry Hogan on Saturday issued full posthumous pardons for 34 victims of racial lynching in Maryland between 1854 and 1933. [Read More]
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Gov. Larry Hogan granted posthumous pardons Saturday to 34 Maryland lynching victims, including Howard Cooper, a 15-year-old Black boy who was hanged outside the Towson... [Read More]
A Maryland man is facing a trial in an alleged mortgage theft scheme Monday in Prince George's County Court, according to a statement from the... [Read More]
Feeble Joe spent another weekend away from the White House. Joe Biden was spotted boarding Marine One on Friday afternoon en route to Camp David.... [Read More]
MARYLAND —  On Saturday, Governor Larry Hogan issued a full posthumous pardon for 34 victims of racial lynching in Maryland between 1854 and 1933. It... [Read More]
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