Chief Baltimore Circuit Judge Wanda Heard was seeking medical attention Wednesday morning after a defendant threw a water pitcher at her as she presided over a sentencing hearing in a downtown courtroom, court officials confirmed.
A political donor who has drawn heat for his role in the “Healthy Holly” book scandal that took down former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is still making money from the city, despite concerns about his contracts from some officials in light of allegations by federal prosecutors that he made inappropriate contributions to Pugh.
Trying to stick to a budget this holiday season but still want to make sure everyone on your list feels special? When you start tallying up your gift list, it can quickly add up. Some recipients have refined tastes and high expectations, so it can be stressful-- and expensive-- to find gifts that impress.
A Baltimore Sun analysis of the city’s 311 data shows a stark disparity in how quickly public works crews resolve complaints about dirty alleys, based on where the people who call with complaints live.
Edward St. John, the founder and chairman of St. John Properties, wanted to celebrate the company’s recent accomplishment: developing 20 million square feet of office, retail, warehouse and other spaces across eight states.
Before Baltimore earned its reputation as a heroin capital, before its drug corners appeared on “The Wire,” before the body count pushed past 2,200 over a decade — before it all came Maurice “Peanut” King.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said it is “highly probable” federal legislation will be passed that sets national guidelines for how college athletes can be compensated for the use of their names, images and likenesses.