OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) - A century-old property in Maryland is poised for demolition after a judge sided with a city in a land ownership dispute. The Daily Times of Salisbury reports a judge ruled last month that Nathans Associates had no valid claim to the Dumser's Dairyland after a previous lease with Ocean City expired last year. Nathans Associates are the heirs to the original property owner of the location where the ice cream parlor resides.
BALTIMORE (AP) - Maryland Natural Resources Police say the search for the body of a man who dove off his boat in the Chesapeake Bay will resume in the morning. NRP tweeted saying recovery teams suspended the search around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday after the boater went missing near Hart-Miller Island shortly after 6 p.m.
BALTIMORE (AP) - The city of Baltimore will pay $98,000 to a former deputy who sued the sheriff for firing him after he spoke out about a raid during which he was shot. The Baltimore Sun reports the city's Board of Estimates will pay James Lane on Wednesday, following a $160,000 settlement approved by Maryland's Board of Public Works in January. Lane will drop the First Amendment lawsuit against Baltimore City Sheriff John W. Anderson.