Fire reported at Target in White Marsh

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Crews are responding to a reported fire at the Target on Campbell Boulevard. At just after 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, the White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company reported that units were responding to a fire in the “seasonal” section of the store. WMVFC reports that the fire was intentionally set and had been extinguished with fire extinguishers prior to their […]

DOT, Maryland Attorney General’s Office partner to streamline air travel complaint resolution process

BALTIMORE, MD—To address the ever-increasing number of consumer complaints regarding flights disruptions, baggage delays, and lost or delayed flights, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office have established a memorandum of understanding (PDF) to streamline the process of reviewing and resolving these complaints. The new collaboration between the two parties will result in a more […]

Salmonella outbreak linked to organic basil sold at Trader Joe’s

BALTIMORE, MD—A multi-state outbreak of Salmonella infections has been linked to organic basil packaged in 2.5-oz clamshell containers sold at Trader Joe’s stores. The CDC says 12 people from seven states have been infected, with seven of eight cases reporting exposure to fresh organic basil purchased from Trader Joe’s before becoming ill. The products came from Miami, Florida-based Infinite Herbs, […]

Maryland residents from Perry Hall, Columbia honored at Centenary University Student Leadership Awards

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ—Centenary University has announced the recipients of this year’s Student Leadership Awards, with 29 students receiving accolades and one advisor receiving the Advisor of the Year Award.  Maryland residents from Perry Hall and Columbia were recognized this year. The annual awards ceremony, which was held on April 15, recognized outstanding contributions to the university and surrounding communities. Diana Alzate, […]

Baltimore Music Educators Wind Symphony to perform benefit concert in Towson for Kids Helping Hopkins

TOWSON, MD—The Baltimore Music Educators Wind Symphony will perform a benefit concert in Towson later this month to raise money for Kids Helping Hopkins. The concert is free, open to the public, and will be held on April 27, 2024 at 5 p.m. at the George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology. The Baltimore Music Educators Wind Symphony is […]