Here is the news you may have missed in Maryland.
A Brief History of Speed Camera Vandalism in Maryland
Takoma Park police say someone blacked-out the window on a speed camera. Such vandalism is nothing new in Maryland. Read more on Takoma Park Patch.
Report: Anne Arundel Police Department 'Impressive' Despite Recent Scandal
The task force found the biggest problems within the department came from leaders who are now gone. Read more on Anne Arundel Patch.
Police: AACC Hostage Hoax Leads to Arrest in Columbia
The man reported a false incident, saying a woman was holding students at gunpoint on the Arnold campus, according to Anne Arundel County police.Read more on Anne Arundel Patch.
Tesla Motors just opened its first Maryland gallery at the Westfield Montgomery mall in Bethesda. The Tesla gallery is a place to learn about the company’s new all-battery-run Model S sedan without being pressured into buying anything. Read more on Bethesda-Chevy Chase Patch.
Luigi Traettino has space in his Bethesda restaurant, Positano Ristorante, for a winery. He also has the grapes, and the permit's on its way. Read more on Bethesda-Chevy Chase Patch.
Police say Victoria Vernetta Glover, 28, was shot to death in front of her home in the 1300 block of Dalton Road about 8:45 a.m. She was found lying on the sidewalk, police said. Read more on Parkville-Overlea Patch.
A Dundalk man has been charged with 14 counts of sex abuse of a minor while he was an elementary school music teacher for Montgomery County Public Schools. Police say some victims were as young as kindergarten-age. Read more on Dundalk Patch.
Timonium resident Amanda Starz was identified as one of the five members of a popular summer musical production who were killed on Aug. 12 in a crash with an 18-wheeler in Amarillo, TX, an official told the Associated Press. Read more on Timonium Patch.
In an article in The Baltimore Sun about the group Wall Hunters, who paint murals on vacant homes in the city as a way to draw attention to absentee property owners, allegations were made that a North Baltimore mural was anti-Semitic. Read more on North Baltimore Patch.
August is National Sandwich Month. Of course, Baltimoreans don't need some marketing gimmick to inspire sandwich greatness, but why not take this opportunity to point out some of the best. Read more on Owings Mills Patch.
Check out Maryland Patch's internship series to learn how interns in the Washington, D.C., and Baltimore metro areas are shaking things up as the traditional summer of free labor draws to a close.