An attorney for Timothy Randall Korr, the 25-year-old former charter school employee charged with assaulting a 7-year-old boy, has offered up his client’s account of what happened at City Springs Elementary/Middle School on Monday.
Another conservative Maryland doctor might be up for a position in Donald Trump’s administration, and this time the individual has experience serving in office. Rep. Andy Harris is reportedly being considered by Donald Trump for a top leadership role at the National Institutes of Health.
With Thanksgiving behind us and the calendar officially flipped to December, it’s party season in Baltimore. That means tons of fun restaurant events all around town, all month long.
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The Cleat, it is. A nautically inspired entry by South Baltimore resident Dean Brown was selected as the winner of a national competition held to find the “Next Great Baltimore Bench” for Port Covington.
The recently retired Baltimore Bullet may be jumping into Silicon Valley’s tech investment pool.
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
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