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Man accused of killing elderly woman and assaulting her minor granddaughterThe Quick HistorianNewsBreak Contributor
Amia Butler-Morgan, 17, went missing from Maryland, on March 4, 2015, last seen around 4:00Ada E.NewsBreak Contributor
Theft Trends: Boosters, Losses, and MotivationsThe News BlastNewsBreak Contributor
Another homeless woman found dead. Advocates work to find solutions.The News BlastNewsBreak Contributor
Baltimore Man Convicted in Hampstead Tobacco Shop RobberyNews WaveNewsBreak Contributor
This Maryland Restaurant Has The Highest Price Tag on the Menu Dishes
For those of us who believe that “you get what you pay for,” the most pricey restaurant in the Old Dominion State might be the perfect choice for your next celebration. Someone on the Lovefood team compiled a list of every state’s most pricey spots. When it comes to Maryland, the best of the best is The Bygone in Baltimore.
ACQUITTED: Judge Grants Defense Motion to Dismiss in 2022 Murder Case
Thank you for reading Baltimore Witness. Help us continue our mission into 2024. On Feb. 22, Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Anthony F. Vittoria oversaw a judgment of acquittal for a 21-year-old defendant in a homicide committed on April 19, 2022. Isaiah Bell was charged with first-degree murder and use...
Man convicted in "heinous" murder of 91-year-old in Baltimore County sentenced to four decades in prison
BALTIMORE -- Gary Parrish, who was convicted in the murder of a 91-year-old man in Baltimore County, has been sentenced to 40 years in prison.Norman Albert Sr. was found dead in his home back in Perry Hall in August 2021. Police described Parrish as someone who did odd jobs for Albert Sr.Parrish was in court on Monday for sentencing. He was found guilty of second-degree murder back in November.Norman Albert Jr. said his dad was his hero in life and he hasn't had one normal night of sleep since the brutal murder.The judge described the murder as "heinous" and "horrific" before she...
Police search for suspects in downtown homicide
(Baltimore, MD) -- A shooting in downtown Baltimore is being investigated as a homicide. Nineteen-year-old Amari Williams died last Monday, two days after he was shot along Marion Street near Park Avenue. Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $8,000 for information leading to an arrest in the case.
10 Best Places for French Fries in Maryland!
1. Thrasher's French Fries (Ocean City) No Maryland fry pilgrimage is complete without a stop at Thrasher's on the Ocean City boardwalk. Hand-cut and cooked in hot peanut oil, these legendary fries boast a perfect balance of fluffy inside and crispy exterior. 2. Greek on the Street (Baltimore area) This...
Person injured as police find evidence of shooting near Edmondson Village Shopping Center
BALTIMORE - A person was hospitalized after he was shot multiple times Monday night in Southwest Baltimore, police said.As an unidentified male arrived at the hospital, officers found evidence of a shooting around 9:10 p.m. near the Edmondson Village Shopping Center in the 4400 block of Edmondson Avenue.No other information has been provided.Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-396-2488 or the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-7LOCKUP. In January 2023, 16-year-old Deonta Dorsey was shot and killed in the parking lot of Edmondson Village Shopping Center, in front of the Popeye's.Two 17-year-old boys and two 18-year-old men...
BCPS, Baltimore County officials to cut cermonial ribbon for new Red House Run Elementary School
ROSEDALE, MD—A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held later this week at a new elementary school in the Rosedale area. Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Myriam Rogers and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski will join members of the Board of Education of Baltimore County and the Baltimore County delegation in officially cutting the ribbon on the new Red House Run Elementary School.
Car "hacking" concerning trend for city residents
Thieves have learned how to essentially trick your car into thinking they have your key fob. One Canton resident didn't hear a sound when his car got stolen in the middle of the night.
Mayoral candidate Sheila Dixon reports home break-in
(Baltimore, MD) -- Only hours after she participated in a crime walk in Baltimore's Morrell Park neighborhood, mayoral candidate Sheila Dixon was herself a target of thieves. The walk highlighted quality of life crimes. Dixon says someone broke into her garage and stole a bicycle and other items Friday night.
Famous Brewery Shuts Down Following Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing
The esteemed Flying Fish Brewery underwent liquidation via an auction. The tasting room of Flying Fish closed following the sale of its assets in a mid-February auction. “But the Flying Fish name is likely to live on as Guildford Hall Brewery out of Baltimore MD bought the intellectual property of the brewery, which includes the name brands of the beers, trademarks, packaging, websites, and some contracts. Their purchase price at $152,500 was the largest of the items sold,” 42Freeway.com reported.
Dropped Keys During Armed Robbery In Anne Arundel Bring Different Suspects Back For Beatdown
It happened at Tobacco Stop at 32 Mountain Road in Pasadena around 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 25. The first two suspects walked inside the store and asked an employee to remove products from a display case, Anne Arundel Police said. Once the items were taken out, one of the...
Five wine bars worth a visit in Baltimore
The past few years have seen a slew of wine bar closings in Baltimore — Serenity Wine Bar and Cafe, Forno Restaurant & Wine Bar, 13.5% Wine Bar, Old Line Cocktail & Wine Bar, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and more have shuttered. Despite the city being named a top wine destination by Wine Enthusiast, wine bars seem to be having a tough time in Baltimore, better known for its beer scene.
KnowThem? Video Shows Suspect, Persons Of Interest In Baltimore Shooting
The suspect, described as a young Black male wearing a black and white coat, ski mask, and black pants, is seen on video talking with some persons of interest in a nearby store shortly before the shooting, which occurred on the 500 block of Dolphin Street around 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15, Baltimore Police said.
Discover the Delight: 4 Unforgettable Pizzas in Middle River
This article presents four fantastic pizza places located in Middle River. Have you had the opportunity to sample any of their offerings? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below:
City, state lawmakers push to get illegally-registered cars off Baltimore streets
BALTIMORE -- Have you noticed more out-of-state license plate tags on the road lately?State and local lawmakers are cracking down on out-of-state plates in Baltimore City."I keep wondering why there are so many of them," Baltimore resident Joyceleen Williams said.According to Maryland law, new Maryland residents must register their cars in the state within 60 days.However, drivers like Joyceleen Williams said they've noticed an alarming amount of tags from other states in Baltimore City, specifically Virginia plates."It's just gotten worse and worse," Williams said. "Started out with a few and now you can't drive or walk without seeing it." At...
So Baltimore: Magnet Fishing in Baltimore's Inner Harbor
What lies under the surface of Baltimore's Inner Harbor is anyone's guess, but one man is on a mission to find out piece by piece. In a Monday edition of Fox 45's So Baltimore, Marc Clarke stopped by the Inner Harbor to speak with Evan Woodard who spends his time magnet fishing.
Man found shot to death in NW DC alley
Sunday evening officers responded to the 700 block of Morton Street, NW for an injured man in the alleyway after a shooting.
Discover Baltimore's Vibrant Community at 'Day at the Market (Northeast)'
Get ready to experience the vibrant heart of Baltimore in a way like never before! Mark your calendars for a special "Day at the Market (Northeast)" taking place on February 28th at the historic Lexington Market. This isn't your average stroll through the stalls; it's an immersive journey that connects the community with health, wellness, and the spirit of learning.
Man Arrested For Murder Month After Shooting 20-Year-Old In Baltimore: Police
Isaiah Eaddy, 32, of Baltimore, was found with a handgun as officers took him into custody and charged him with first-degree murder on Thursday, Feb. 22, Baltimore Police said. Eaddy was identified as a suspect in the murder of Kareem Gee, 20, who was shot near the 1200 block of...
New Container Terminal Planned for 2028 Opening in Maryland
Developers of a new $1 billion container terminal at Tradepoint Atlantic in Baltimore County, Md., say they expect to break ground by the end of next year and open in 2028, creating 1,100 jobs. But much of that timeline depends on navigating a complex government permitting process and resolving environmental...