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  • Ohio rabbi accused of sexually abusing Maryland girl for the last 5 years
    Ohio rabbi accused of sexually abusing young Maryland girl for the last 5 years
    Frederick Martin Karp, 50, a rabbi from Beachwood, Ohio, was extradited to Maryland on Wednesday after being accused of sexually abusing a Baltimore County child for the last five years. The young girl was only seven years old when the alleged...
  • Stolen cat
    Stolen cat found safe in Maryland
    A black-and-white tuxedo cat stolen from a pet store in Baltimore County has been found safe and sound, a local rescue group said late Jan. 28.The male feline, Yin Yang, is “perfectly fine and unfazed,” the Feline Rescue Association ...
  • Natalie Boecker a dental hygienist from Maryland
    Spotlight on Natalie Boecker a dental hygienist from Maryland
    Natalie Karen Boecker was on a dental hygiene group on Facebook and was kind enough to answer all of the questions below. She is a nice person and has been working in dentistry for over 40 years. She does not care about the Superbowl this year...
  • Maryland Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland
    Explore Baltimore with Kids
    It's a holiday weekend. Time to explore Baltimore! There are many tourist attractions, sightseeing sites, and historic sites in Maryland's famous city. You may need two, three, or even four days to see all the sightseeing and tourist...
  • Maryland CPS
    A case for self-defense against Child Protective Services
    In an ongoing case described in three articles at Reason, Danielle Meitiv, a Maryland mother of two was reported to Child Protective Services for letting her children, ages 10 and 6, play in a park two blocks from their house and walk to and from...
  • Map from EarthJustice.Org showing "fraccidents"
    Hydraulic fracturing in Maryland
    Maryland is a great place to live and visit. In 2008 the state welcomed 28 million visitors (mdisfun.org). One of the most gorgeous places to vacation in western Maryland, Garrett County, is Deep Creek Lake. In the summer tourists enjoy swimming,...
  • Burkittsville, Maryland
    Will Pagans appreciate the possibility of a ‘Blair Witch’ sequel?
    On ScreenCrush online, writer Britt Hayes explains how the co-director of the 1999 release of “The Blair Witch Project,” Eduardo Sanchez, has hinted at the “inevitability” of a third sequel to the movie. While promoting his...
  • National Hot Pastrami Day giveaway at Morty's Delicatessen
    Maryland Live! Casino announces the opening of Morty’s Delicatessen
    Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 14th is National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day. Can’t you just taste that warm pastrami on fresh cut Jewish rye with a glob of yellow mustard and a slice of half-done Kosher pickle on the side. Maybe splurge for a...
  • Union Brewery
    The tasting room of Union Craft Brewing lures the beer tourist
    Set in a suburb of downtown Baltimore, Union Craft Brewing lures beer lovers and brew tourists to its tasting and production site set inside an industrial park. Brewing during the weekdays, the tasting room is packed on weekends. The brewery...
  • Shelter management
    Animal shelter in Montgomery, Md., awaits new leader
    Several candidates are being interviewed to lead the Montgomery County animal shelter in Maryland, a shelter spokeswoman said Jan. 10.The director's position became open when Mary Healey left in October for another job. Healey, who had been...
  • Madame BBQ Donut Pork Slider
    Madame BBQ food truck takes to the road: tasty, quirky and free banter
    Nikki McGowan, aka Madame BBQ, hit the streets of Howard County with her aluminum sided food truck in November with her unique pork BBQ, a passion for food, and witty tête-à-tête. If you work or live in Howard County, consider yourself lucky being...
  • Squatters take over $1 million home in Maryland
    Squatters' $1 million home: Maryland man charged in squatting family case
    Can you imagine the home owner’s surprise when he pulled into the driveway of his home only to find a moving truck unloading another family’s belongings into his house? This is how James Crombie was caught squatting in a custom built ...
  • Linganore Winecellars
    Maryland Winter Wine Showcase moves to B&O Railroad Museum
    Don’t let the cold temperatures and after-holidays blues get you down -- get out and enjoy some great wine. The 3rd Annual Winter Wine Showcase, sponsored by the Maryland Wineries Association, will take place on Thursday, Jan. 8, from 7 p.m....
  • A taste of Maryland wines for the holidays
    The perfect holiday gift for the wine enthusiast
    Whether you are a holiday gift procrastinator, the conscientious gift giver finding the ideal gift for friend or family or blinded by all the choices – look no further for that special gift for the person who loves wines, enjoys tasting...
  • Maryland takes another step towards developing offshore wind power
    Maryland launches website for offshore wind power applicants
    The Maryland agency that regulates retail electric power sales and transmission line siting took another step on Monday towards making offshore wind power a reality in the state with the “soft” launch of a website for offshore wind...