Day: July 17, 2021

No More Prosecution for Drug Possession and Prostitution in Baltimore

July 17, 2021

By Maria-Paula After Philadelphia’s District Attorney Larry Krasner in 2018 quit prosecuting marijuana, marijuana drug equipment possession and prostitution, Baltimore City State Attorney Marylin J. Mosby followed suit in March 2020. Non-violent offences including sex work, drug and paraphernalia possession, trespassing, urinating or defecating in public as well as minor traffic offences will no longer […]

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Charged With Malicious Wounding: Behavioral Technician Alleged to Harm Juvenile Patient

July 17, 2021

By Maria- Paula A 57 year old former behavior technician in New Kent’s Cumberland Hospital for Children and Adolescents, Stacey Burrel, was on Wednesday accused of malicious wounding on one felony count. Based on evidence by prosecutors from Virginia Attorney General Herring’s Office under the Major Crimes and Emerging Threats Section, the judgment was passed […]

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Matching-grant program available to help local businesses attract new employees

July 17, 2021

Area small businesses can get support attracting new employees with signing bonuses through a matching-grant program that is available through Virginia Career Works Capital Region.Part of the state’s “Return to Earn” initiative, the hiring-incentive program will pay qualifying businesses up to $500 in matching funds for signing bonuses paid by employers for newly hired employees.Brian […]

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