Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun

Jean Marbella

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Jean:

‘It’s not over’: The state may be closing its Baltimore mass testing and vaccination site, but COVID fight continues

Testing at the State Center site in Baltimore has declined by 40% since December, from about 40 per day to about 24 per day, according to the Maryland Department of Health. Vaccinations dropped dramatically, as well, from about 47 a day in October to eight a day now. → Read More

As legal battle delved further into Angelos family’s personal, financial dealings, they agree to drop lawsuits

Orioles owner Peter Angelos' closest relatives have agreed to end their lawsuits against one another over control of the ailing patriarch's businesses and fortune. → Read More

Outside attorney is named to take control of Peter Angelos’ law firm, assess whether it should be sold or dissolved

Baltimore attorney William J. Murphy will take over the records, bank accounts and client files of Peter Angelos' law firm and assess whether it should be sold or dissolved. → Read More

Ravens seek new lease to keep them at M&T Bank Stadium through at least 2037 season

With already funded plans to upgrade their home and an eye toward how their neighborhood has improved over the years, the Ravens want to extend their lease on M&T Bank Stadium for at least 15 years and as long as 25 years. → Read More

60-year-old man stabbed in Harlem Park, dies in hospital

A 60-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Harlem Park in West Baltimore Saturday night → Read More

‘Shut it down’: Residents, relatives of victim want police to padlock gas station where man was killed

At Northeast Baltimore gas station where nearby resident was killed, neighbors, relatives call for it to be shut down. → Read More

17-year-old boy shot Friday night near Edgecombe Park in North Baltimore, police say

A 17-year-old boy was shot in the back Friday evening in the Parklane neighborhood and suffered what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries, Baltimore Police said. → Read More

Garrett County man convicted of assaulting officers, impeding proceedings during Jan. 6 Capitol riot

Daniel Egtvedt, 59, of Oakland in Garrett County was convicted Friday of seven criminal charges, including assaulting police officers, during the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Survivors group intervenes in legal case to release report on Baltimore Archdiocese sex abuse

Stepping up the pressure to release a report on decades of sexual abuse of children in the Baltimore Archdiocese, a group of survivors intervened Wednesday in the legal case that so far has kept the findings of the Maryland Attorney General’s four-year investigation secret. → Read More

Pratt library employees vote to unionize, latest in string of organization efforts among area cultural institutions

In the latest in a wave of successful organization efforts, workers at the Enoch Pratt Free Library have voted to unionize, according to the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. → Read More

‘A place to begin to heal’: Fort Meade opens a resiliency center for those who bear the weight of secret, stressful missions

At Fort Meade, where the work is often secret and stressful, a new center opens to ease the mental toll. → Read More

Judge sets trial in Angelos family dispute for July and urges mediation given ‘very personal’ claims

A judge on Wednesday scheduled a trial for July in the lawsuits over the Orioles and other assets of Peter Angelos, while encouraging the longtime team owner’s dueling family members to seek a settlement given the “very personal and very emotional aspects” of the case. → Read More

Son Louis Angelos denies mother’s allegations in escalating battle over the Orioles, Peter Angelos’ law firm

Louis Angelos is responding, in documents filed in a Baltimore County court, to a claim that he "financially exploited" his father, Orioles owner Peter Angelos. → Read More

John Angelos: My brother has gone ‘nuclear’ with his lawsuit over control of Orioles and other assets of our father

Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos is decrying that his brother, Louis Angelos, took what he calls “the nuclear option” of filing suit over a dispute in how to handle their father’s assets. → Read More

Trump base secured Republican gubernatorial nomination for Dan Cox, analysts say

Former President Donald Trump appears to have been the deciding factor” in Dan Cox’s decisive defeat of Kelly Schulz in Maryland's Republican gubernatorial primary. → Read More

Wife of Orioles owner Peter Angelos says she has ‘full faith’ in son John Angelos as head of the team

Casting her support to one son over the other, Georgia Kousouris Angelos says she supports John Angelos as the head of the Orioles, whose control has been challenged in a lawsuit by her other son, Louis Angelos. → Read More

A $15 million award, and some legal closure, for Yeardley Love’s family: ‘I just feel like she’s with me’

The jury’s finding of willful and wanton misconduct by George Huguely V, in disregard of Yeardley Love’s rights, has both personal and legal implications. → Read More

Maryland’s COVID vaccine allotment to counties adding to confusion of rollout

As Maryland expands its COVID-19 vaccine rollout to include more places for people to get immunized, county health departments say the health department’s closed-door allotment process adds more confusion to an already dizzying process for consumers → Read More

Federal judge orders delay of Maryland man’s Friday execution

A U.S. District Judge in Washington has delayed the execution of two federal inmates, including a Maryland man scheduled to die Friday, the last of a group ordered to be executed by the Trump administration in its final days in office. → Read More

Allegany County watched from afar as coronavirus hit ‘downstate’ Maryland. Now, it’s running rampant there.

Allegany County in Western Maryland has been hit hardest by the resurgence of the coronavirus this fall. Some point to pockets of resistance to mask-wearing and social distancing as perhaps contributing to the spread of COVID-19 there. → Read More