Aug 21, 2013
Maryland: Motorist Rights Group Sues Over Camera Data
Municipalities in Maryland have a duty under the Maryland Public Information Act to provide citizens with documents related to government activities.
Edward McRavin sentenced for 2011 Mother's Day shooting
A man who shot his wife and tried to shoot his son and sister-in-law in Prince George's County was sentenced to life in prison but had more than five decades of the sentence suspended.
The Washington Post
Hyattsville poet makes impression as publisher
"As a writer, I always felt comfortable that the stuff that I was working on was a work in progress and that I would know when my writing personally would be ready to be sent out," said Ballesteros, a Spanish professor at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Men Convicted in 2008 Stabbing Death of 14-Year-Old Boy
Three men were convicted Tuesday of numerous crimes including the 2008 stabbing death of a 14-year-old boy near the Columbia Heights Metro station in D.C. Yester Ayala, 22, of Washington, D.C., Noe Machado-Erazo, 30, of Wheaton, Md., and Jose Martinez-Amaya, 26, of Brentwood, Md.
What is this Graffiti Trying to Say?
I was struck by this graffiti recently while walking along Rhode Island Avenue, and began to wonder about the meaning of its message.