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2 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
About 1.1 million homeowners have applied for the state's Homestead Tax Credit in advance of an end-of-year deadline, said Robert Young, director of the state's Department of Assessments and Taxation.
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7 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
The 45-year-old victim took himself to a hospital at about 8:10 p.m. and told police he was in the 100 block of S. Culver St. in the Saint Joseph's neighborhood when an unknown assailant attempted to rob him and shot him in the chest and arm.
7 hrs ago | Baltimore News
Leading Maryland lawmakers and Gov. Martin O'Malley's top legislative aide are scheduled to talk about the upcoming legislative session.
8 hrs ago | WBOC-TV Salisbury
Governor. Martin O'Malley and other stakeholders are scheduled to get a first look at the first 2,750 tons of the shells on Friday at the Port of Baltimore.
A Frederick man has been charged in Howard County with multiple counts of child sex abuse over a seven-year period beginning in 1997, according to Howard County police.
With momentum building for higher hourly pay in Maryland, Rep. John Delaney , a co-sponsor of a federal minimum wage bill and a former CEO, urged Baltimore-area business leaders Thursday to have a voice in a measure he said is long overdue.
Police said a man was found dead in the 4500 block of Fernhill Ave., in the West Arlington neighborhood.
A driver who sped into downtown Baltimore hitting and killing a city worker pleaded guilty Thursday in the crash and was sentenced on the spot to 11 years in prison.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown gave an update on fixes to the state's health exchange, but could not commit to saying the site would be fixed by the deadline.
All lanes have been REOPENED at the scene of a fatal one car crash on the Inner Loop of the Beltway at Charles Street.
A family crime organization trafficked more than $6.6 million in black market cigarettes and more in illegal foreign drugs through a Baltimore restaurant and a Pikesville pharmacy that received a Baltimore County -backed loan, authorities said in a federal indictment that was unsealed Wednesday.
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Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts said Wednesday that he plans to form a commission of experts outside the city department to review the death of Tyrone West, a move denounced by the head of the city's police union as "a way to placate the public" while undermining confidence in his officers' investigations.
On Monday afternoon, Charlie Hughes, the lead singer-songwriter of the Baltimore indie-pop quintet Raindeer, gently fumbled through a phone interview about the year his band had.
The Baltimore Health Department said it is suspending street operations of a West Baltimore anti-violence program that employs former offenders, amid allegations of criminal activity by staff there.
The Equitable building at 10 N. Calvert St. has sold for $7.2 million and is slated to be converted to apartments.