The 34 youth who were arrested for rioting in late March that resulted in US$2.3 million property damage across Maryland have been released on bail.
Poor Sanitary Conditions at Harper General Market Poses Public Health Crisis
Amid concerns of the spread of COVID-19 in Maryland, traders at the Harper General Market are calling for better sanitation to ensure the market is kept clean and safe.
Maryland Records Ten Additional COVID Cases and One Death
Maryland’s county health officer has announced that the county has recorded ten additional cases of the COVID-19 virus.
Maryland’s County Health Officer Announces Three COVID-19 Cases
Maryland’s county health officer has confirmed that the southeastern county has joined the list of counties recording confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Liberia’s third wave of the pandemic.
Maryland Representative Breaks Ground for Youth Center
Rep. Mike Jurry of Maryland’s first district has broken grounds to construct a youth center in the township of Hoffman Station near Harper.
Maryland Motorcycle Crash Claims Another Life
A crash involving two motorcycles in Pleebo on June 12 has killed a man believed to be in his late 20s.
Previously Suspended Maryland Commander Demoted for Flogging Junior Officer
A police commander in Maryland suspended after he was accused of flogging a female officer at the Harper headquarters has been demoted, the Liberia National Police has announced.
Immigration Officer Arrested for Raping 14-Year-Old Niece in Maryland
Police in Harper have arrested a 32-year-old immigration officer for allegedly raping his 14-years-old niece in the Township of Jacksonville.