“Clearly, there were a lot of mixed feelings,” Gazette editor Rick Hutzell told The Associated Press. “No one wants to win an award for something that kills five of your friends.”
The man charged with killing five people at a Maryland newspaper office will get more time to consider an insanity plea.
Lawyers for a man charged with killing five people at an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper office are again asking for more time to consider an insanity defense.
The judge in a case against a man accused of killing five people at an Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper office ruled Monday that prosecutors have provided “significantly more” information about the charges to defense attorneys than the law requires.
Jarrod Ramos was attentive and appeared engaged as he listened to his public defenders ask for more detailed evidence in some filings provided by prosecutors so far.
A man suspected of killing five people in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper has been given extra time to consider an insanity plea.
Top political leaders are supporting a proposal to rename the Maryland State House’s main press room in honor of the five Capital Gazette employees killed in last year’s newsroom shooting.
A fundraising campaign is being launched to build a memorial to honor the five Capital Gazette employees killed in a June shooting.
In a viral response to the President on Twitter, a Capital Gazette photojournalist mourned, remembered and celebrated his beloved colleague, Wendi Winters, and four other staffers killed when a gunman walked into the newsroom of the Annapolis paper.
Police say Ramos killed the five newspaper employees on June 28 after shooting through the glass newsroom entrance.
Rick Hutzell, editor of Capital Gazette Communications, said while the award may have his name on it, his staff and colleagues at the Capital Gazette and Baltimore Sun Media Group earned it.
A Red Cross blood drive at Bates Middle School in Annapolis was held in honor of Wendi Winters, a Capital Gazette reporter killed in the newsroom shooting earlier this year who spent a lot of time volunteering at various blood drives.
According to a job listing , The Capital of Annapolis is seeking a content editor for news, a role described as the second-ranking editor in the newsroom. The listing says the paper is seeking a leader to join the staff “as we rebuild our newsroom.”
Andrea Chamblee placed the ashes of John McNamara in a planter of begonias at the park Saturday. The planter is located where the stands meet the left-field wall.
An attorney for a man charged with killing five people at the Capital Gazette newsroom has asked a Maryland court for more time to consider an insanity defense for his client.
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