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Maryland Outdoor Events Promise Fall Fun in October

Maryland Outdoor Events Promise Fall Fun in October

  The arrival of cooler weather doesn’t mean we have to lock ourselves away indoors. Although many residents enjoy entertainment spaces in their own backyard — in fact, that area…

Elderly Financial Exploitation Continues Throughout U.S.

Elderly Financial Exploitation Continues Throughout U.S.

Retirement, despite what a lot of people think, can actually be a joy. In a survey of Money readers, roughly 48% of all retirees admitted being much happier in retirement…

August Review of How the Suburban Maryland Real Estate Market is Performing in 2016

August Review of How the Suburban Maryland Real Estate Market is Performing in 2016

Although there are certain expectations for each area of Maryland, it seems that the tables have turned for a few counties in terms of 2016 real estate success. According to…

A Pokemon-Playing Skateboarder is Injured and It’s Not 1997

A Pokemon-Playing Skateboarder is Injured and It’s Not 1997

Pokemon, the phenomenon that was largely popular back in the 1990s, has been relatively quiet for more than a decade, but all that changed this month with the release of…

Why Does the Safest City in Maryland Need More Police Officers?

Why Does the Safest City in Maryland Need More Police Officers?

Crime has been steadily decreasing in Crisfield for many years, so why is the police department requesting $40,000 in additional funding? Crisfield has been named the safest city in Maryland,…

Largest Debt Collector Lawsuit in Maryland History; Las Vegas Company Forced to Pay $38 Million

Largest Debt Collector Lawsuit in Maryland History; Las Vegas Company Forced to Pay $38 Million

A Baltimore Jury recently hit a debt collector from Las Vegas with a $38 million penalty — the largest in Maryland history. LVNV Funding LLC has been unjustly garnishing Maryland…

FEMA Error Resulting in High Insurance Premiums for Oceanfront Owners

FEMA Error Resulting in High Insurance Premiums for Oceanfront Owners

Ocean City, MD, officials found out about an apparent error in federal flood zone mapping that is causing some serious issues with insurance. The error has caused many oceanfront property…

Orange Ribbon Program Encourages Maryland Schools to Start Later

Orange Ribbon Program Encourages Maryland Schools to Start Later

Last week, Maryland’s governor enacted the Orange Ribbon Bill for Healthy School Hours, the country’s first legislation that will help schools implement better, safer and healthier class starting times. The…

University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Tackling Domestic Violence Issue

University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center Tackling Domestic Violence Issue

After two deaths came at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center in 2013, the hospital is taking precautions to ensure it doesn’t happen again. In August 2013, an…

What Happens When a Crowded Somerset School Bus Crashes? Depends on the Driver…

What Happens When a Crowded Somerset School Bus Crashes? Depends on the Driver…

Since 2012, Somerset County Board of Education policies call for security cameras to be placed on school buses and grounds. Usually these security cameras are used to detect wrongdoing, but…