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Facebook Is the New Way to Get News, Study Finds

Facebook Is the New Way to Get News, Study Finds

Facebook has about 1.39 billion monthly active users, about 2.6 million of whom live in Maryland. While many Baby Boomers may use the social network as a way to catch…

Quadruple Homicide in D.C. Highlights the Importance of Maryland’s DNA Database

Quadruple Homicide in D.C. Highlights the Importance of Maryland’s DNA Database

Maryland just took another step forward to reduce crime with the announcement that the state’s criminal DNA database has officially recorded 4,000 positive comparisons for evidence found at crime scenes…

Maryland Bans Fracking for Next 2 Years

Maryland Bans Fracking for Next 2 Years

Fracking has been banned in Maryland for the next two years as Gov. Larry Hogan let a bill pass into law without his signature last week. He had until May…

Police: Crisfield Boaters Go Missing Over Memorial Day

Police: Crisfield Boaters Go Missing Over Memorial Day

The summer camping season is already off to a busy start for the Virginia Marine Police, who celebrated the start of the season with a jet ski accident. And on…

Under Armour to Ship Its Products Directly to Baltimore

Under Armour to Ship Its Products Directly to Baltimore

Baltimore apparel company Under Armour will be shipping its foreign-made products to the port of Baltimore for the first time since 2007. The Baltimore Sun reports that Under Armour recently…

Prominent Maryland Investor Purchases $15 Million-Worth of Damaged Properties in Baltimore

Prominent Maryland Investor Purchases $15 Million-Worth of Damaged Properties in Baltimore

  For many investors, managing their finances often comes down to a number of established rules: for example, look for stocks with higher gross profit ratios (GPR) for more timely…

Baltimore Paid $6 Million in Court Settlements Involving Police Since 2011

Baltimore Paid $6 Million in Court Settlements Involving Police Since 2011

Since 2011, the city of Baltimore has paid more than $6 million in settlements for cases involving personal injury and police brutality. The Baltimore Sun reports that the lawsuits against…

Salisbury Child Care Worker Accused of Assaulting a Child

Salisbury Child Care Worker Accused of Assaulting a Child

A Fruitland, MD woman is facing assault charges after allegedly harming a three-year-old boy at Emmanuel Child Development Center in Salisbury. However, the woman denies intentionally harming the child. The…

Baltimore Likely To Suffer Years of Negative Economic Impacts After A Few Days of Rioting

Baltimore Likely To Suffer Years of Negative Economic Impacts After A Few Days of Rioting

As rioters took to the streets in Baltimore following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, local politicians and news stations have increasingly become aware of the decades-long civil unrest that…

Maryland Man Fatally Injured by Quarry Machinery

Maryland Man Fatally Injured by Quarry Machinery

A man has died after being trapped in a rock-crushing machine in a Maryland quarry, officials have announced. His name has not been released. “He was somehow entangled on the…