HAGERSTOWN, MD News (3/4/2023) – Maryland State Police arrested a man Wednesday afternoon after uncovering suspected heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine following a traffic stop in Washington County.
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“Pardon”Me? Marijuana Possession Could Be Removed From Your Record
Many states have now legalized medical and even recreational sales and use of marijuana, but according to the federal government, marijuana is still illegal. Many people feel that they suffered serious penalties for drug crimes convictions though marijuana is legal in some form in much of the nation. Having such a conviction on your record can make it difficult to get a good job, apply for certain benefits, or even join the military. Fortunately, there is some good news for those convicted of Simple Possession of Marijuana.
Attorney General Brown Testifies on Civil Rights Enforcement
BALTIMORE, MD News (3/1/2023) – Maryland Attorney General Anthony G. Brown today will testify in support of proposed legislation that reflects his top priorities as Maryland’s new Attorney General—fighting discrimination and inequities, protecting Marylanders against civil rights violations, pursuing remedies for unlawful police practices, and enhancing public safety.
Local Voices: Neal Glessner Response to Dan’s Tap House Statement
In response to Dan’s Tap House’s official statement, Neal Glessner has provided Radio Free Hub City with a statement of his own. This statement is reproduced below in its entirety.
The Other Side of the Story: Dan’s Tap House Responds to Allegations
BOONSBORO, MD News (2/28/2023) – Daniel Aufdem-Brinke, co-owner of Dan’s Tap House, has issued a statement for Radio Free Hub City to share in lieu of an interview. In the statement, he discusses how Dan’s Tap House is meant to be inclusive for all, and that he believes the allegations in Neal Glessner’s lawsuit are “beyond preposterous”. RFHC contributor BB Boring reads the statement in the following video.
Protest at Dan’s Tap House: Seinfeld and Care Bears Take the Stage
BOONSBORO, MD News (2/25/2023) – Today in Boonsboro’s town square, passers-by witnessed a protest against Dan’s Tap House, including a sign with references to Seinfeld, and even a Care Bear. Unfortunately, Radio Free Hub City was met with hostility from Dan’s staff, and even demanded that we leave a public sidewalk.
Social Media and The New Price of Privacy?
Recently, users have noticed popular social media platforms introducing costs and subscriptions. Many users and content creators seem to scoff at the notion of paying to verify their accounts, access certain content, or utilize certain features that were previously at seemingly no cost. It turns out, users may have already been “paying” for these features and services with their personal data.
UPDATE: We’d love to tell Dan’s side of the story, and an interview is being planned
BOONSBORO, MD News (2/18/2023) – Here at Radio Free Hub City, we try to provide fair and balanced news coverage whenever possible. Unfortunately, because Dan’s has not responded to repeated attempts to contact them, we have nothing to publish in their support. If you’d like to go on the record regarding your experience at Dan’s in Boonsboro, please feel free to email us.
In-Depth: Dan’s Taphouse in Boonsboro Subject of Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit
BOONSBORO, MD News (2/15/2023) – Local resident and business owner Neal Glessner has filed a Federal civil rights lawsuit against CharDan, LLC, the owner and operator of Dan’s Taphouse in Boonsboro, Maryland. Glessner claims that he was the victim of discrimination based on his race and age.
Experian and T-Mobile Agree to Pay More than $15 Million in Response to 2015 Data Breach
BALTIMORE, MD News (11/7/2022) – Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced separate settlements with Experian Information Solutions, Inc. (Experian) and T-Mobile USA, Inc. (T-Mobile) concerning a 2015 data breach experienced by Experian that compromised the personal information of more than 15 million individuals who submitted credit applications with T-Mobile. The settlements were negotiated by a multistate work group that included 40 states and was led by the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.