zhjhbkl0 May 22, 2018

President Donald Trump met Monday with top Justice Department officials about the use of a confidential informant in the initial probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, and afterward the White House endorsed the department’s previous decision to refer the matter to its inspector general. After Mr. Trump’s meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod […]

zhjhbkl0 May 14, 2018

Here are some unique properties featured this week on Maryland Patches. Among them are a wooded retreat on the Magothy River, a Baltimore County mansion with guest quarters and a Columbia dream home with marble entryway. These and others are featured in this week’s Maryland WOW house roundup. Images via Source Article

zhjhbkl0 May 6, 2018

How the mighty have fallen! For the first time in years, California markets aren’t fully dominating our monthly list of the hottest markets on®. In fact, the Golden State has even ceded its long-held No. 1 spot! Each month at®, we rank the top metro areas where homes sell the fastest, and where […]

zhjhbkl0 April 28, 2018

LONDON—A gravely ill toddler at the center of an international controversy over end-of-life care and parental rights died Saturday at a hospital in northwest England, according to his father. “My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02:30,” Alfie Evans’s father, Thomas, wrote on Facebook. “Absolutely heartbroken.” The case was the latest […]

zhjhbkl0 April 12, 2018

WASHINGTON—The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Wednesday his panel would take up a bill to protect special counsel Robert Mueller from being dismissed without cause, the first major congressional action designed to protecting the integrity of the criminal investigation into Russian activity during the 2016 election. A spokesman for Sen. Chuck Grassley, […]

zhjhbkl0 April 4, 2018

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh appeared Tuesday with Baltimore Ravens President Dick Cass and Up2Us Sports CEO Paul Caccamo to announce the NFL team’s $1.5 million initiative to bring hundreds of coaches and mentors to work with the city’s youth. (Ian Duncan) The Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday announced a $1.5 million partnership with a national nonprofit […]

zhjhbkl0 March 19, 2018

MARYLAND — Welcome back to Maryland Patch’s Weekend Real Estate Roundup, where we highlight some of the city’s most exciting and unique properties. As always, these in-demand homes listings come from, where you can go to see hundreds of great homes like those below. There are many high-end homes on the market right now, […]

zhjhbkl0 March 11, 2018

Wyoming Area alum Stephanie Jallen competes in the women’s standing downhill Saturday during the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Jeongseon, South Korea. She finished eighth. Wyoming Area alum Stephanie Jallen made her Pyeongchang Games debut on Friday night (Saturday morning South Korea time), competing in the standing downhill. Down the hill sixth, Jallen finished eighth in […]

zhjhbkl0 March 3, 2018

BALTIMORE, MD – Public schools in Baltimore City are closed on Friday, March 2, officials announced Friday morning. After-school activities, including high school athletic practices and games, are canceled. Government offices in the state of Maryland are on liberal leave. MARC train service has been suspended due to the weather conditions on Friday, March 2. […]