Keenan Reynolds got offered a chance to play in the NFL when the Ravens drafted him last week. Seeing as how playing professional football is a chance few people get, the star triple option QB seemed to be flying high. But since he is also a midshipman, the chain of command entered into the equation. Read More →
The question that I’m most often asked is: What can I do to live more sustainably? Check off 2 of the 3 ideas below, and cut your greenhouse emissions by 50 percent:
If it were a group of taciturn mercenaries hired to protect a Wild West border town from a gang of plundering bandits, then it would be pretty cool for Gov. Larry Hogan to be one of its founding members. Unfortunately, “The Silent Nine” is actually a name given by a group of Democratic governors for their nine Republican counterparts who have yet to officially state whether they will be supporting Donald Trump, now that he is the party’s presumptive presidential nominee. Read More →
In March of 2010, Anthony Graber was charged with felony violation of the Maryland wiretapping law. Mr. Garber was confronted by a plain-clothes police officer, Joseph David Ulher, for speeding and recklessly driving his motorcycle. Mr. Garber had a video recording device on his helmet, recording his drive. When Mr. Garber was confronted by Officer Ulher, he neglected to tell him that the device on his helmet was recording the interaction. Read More →
The Sandtown Winchester police station that was the scene of protests following the death of Freddie Gray is set for renovations. Read More →
The average Maryland resident with disabilities earns $4 an hour, less than half the state’s $8.25 minimum hourly salary. But thanks to a bill recently passed by state lawmakers, Maryland will soon be the second state in the country (after New Hampshire) to phase out what’s known as “subminimum wage” for workers with disabilities. Read More →
Leading into Tuesday’s primary, the national media was primarily focused on DeRay Mckesson. After winning, presumptive mayor-elect Catherine Pugh also earned a place in the coverage. Here are links to a few takes:
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A year ago this week, the city was spiraling out of control until a tough guy stepped in to save the day; thanks to his decisive actions, all the troublemakers went “scurrying home.” At least, that’s how Gov. Larry Hogan saw what happened last year. Read More →
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