Friday Afternoon Headlines: Not Guilty in Bowers Case; Body Camera Video Leads to Indictment; and More
Jury finds teen not guilty of first-degree murder in Bowers case — CBS Baltimore
Top Stories This Week: Tragic Discovery of Man’s Body in Harbor, Charles Barkley Angers Crowd in East Baltimore, Camden Yards Gets LED Lights
Our most-read story this week was the sad report of a man’s body being found on Thursday in the harbor near Fells Point. Police were quickly able to identify it as Michael Bagley, a 23-year-old Baltimore resident who went missing about a block away in the neighborhood 12 days earlier. Bagley attended high school at Loyola Blakefield prep school in Towson and graduated from Loyola University Maryland here in Baltimore earlier this year.
Here were the other most well-read posts during the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 2:
Friday Morning Headlines: Two of the Alleged Grindr Robbers Arrested; Asst. Teacher Accused of Assault Claims Boy Had Gun; and More
Deal nears for Legg Mason tower – Baltimore Sun
Thursday Afternoon Headlines: Student Pricks 19 Classmates with Lancet; Mass Casualty Declared on 295; Maryland Stands Down in 400-Year-Old Fight With West Virginia; and More
Mass casualty declared after 295 accident involving several cars — CBS Baltimore
Maryland stands down in 400-year-old fight with West Virginia over Potomac water — Wall Street Journal
Thursday Morning Headlines: Six Shot, Two Fatally, in NW Baltimore; Live Nation’s Pier Six Contract Approved; and More
Unfortunate Son: The roots of Tupac Shakur’s rebellion – Baltimore City Paper
Back to Baltimore 1962, in ‘Hairspray Live!’ – The New York Times
Wednesday Afternoon Headlines: Women Sues Baltimore County for Sister’s Files in Unsolved Killing; Rawlings-Blake Looks Forward; and More
‘The Nutcracker’ comes to The Lyric this weekend — CBS Baltimore
These 7 leading tech orgs just got BDC funding — Technical.ly Baltimore
For those looking to give the gift of Charm City this holiday, Baltimore In a Box, the customizable Baltimore gift box company , launched a pop-up shop at The Village of Cross Keys to make gift giving a little easier this year.
The store will serve as a one stop shop for all things Maryland offering customizable “a la carte” boxes, prearranged boxes and Maryland themed premium items. The store will also serve as a pick up location for online orders. The pop-up, located at 62 Village Square, will be open Tuesday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 4 p.m.through December 31. For more details about Baltimore In a Box, visit www.baltimoreinabox.com or call 410-910-9666. Make sure to ‘Like’ them on Facebook!
Wednesday Morning Headlines: Carryout Owner Goes on Trial; UMD Basketball Loses First Game of Season; and More
Md. Man Formerly Imprisoned in Cuba Welcomes Castro’s Death – CBS Baltimore
Carryout owner, 63, goes on trial for shooting customer – Baltimore Sun
Pitt rides revamped defense past Maryland in ACC-Big Ten Challenge – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Tuesday Evening Headlines: Plane Crash That Killed Soccer Players Hits Home; McCormick Adds Flavor Maker; and More
Soccer players killed in plane crash hits home in Baltimore — CBS Baltimore
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