Minister, Civil Rights Leader Dies
Vernon Dobson, a minister and leader of the civil rights movement in Baltimore, died of a stroke, on Saturday. He also served in the Navy during World War II, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Baltimore's VA Office Worst in Nation
The Baltimore office of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs takes a year on average to process claims from service members, and make more mistakes then any other office in the nation, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Police Identify Man Shot at Lutherville Light Rail Stop
Patch reports Harold J. Blandon, Jr., 35, was identified as the man shot and severly wounded at the Lutherville light rail station.
Three Alarm Fire Damages Rosedale Shopping Center
A fire broke out in the Jacky Chen carry out on Saturday and damaged five other stores in the Rosedale Village shopping center, according to Patch.
10-Year-Old Dies in Southwest Baltimore Fire
The Baltimore Sun reports that a 10-year-old girl died in a fire in the Broening Manor neighborhood in the city.
Perryville Man Accused of Burning His Apartment
A 57-year-old Perryville man was arrested on Saturday for allegedly setting his apartment on fire, according to WJZ-TV.
Photos: Residents Participate in Polar Bear Plunge
Residents braved the firgid temperatures to take a swim in the Chesapeake Bay on Saturday, reports WBAL-TV.
Baltimore Archdiocese Holds Bone Marrow Drive
The Archdiocese of Baltimore held a bone marrow drive for Monsignor Arthur Valenzano, who was diagnosed with leukemia six years ago and is in need of another bone marrow transplant, according to WBFF-TV.